Should I use my #1 WW on Jonathan Broxton now that Soria has an elbow problem? Or hold off? Greg Holland was drafted by someone else.
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jruffus1 wrote:Hmmm... thats a tough question. Without Soria, your basically screwed when it comes to saves. I guess it depends on how competitive your league is. But if it were me, I'd probably do it.
I've got my money on Holland, but I still think it's worth using your waiver. If it's a competitive league you probably won't get many chances to pick up a potential closer.
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Depends on your league. If your league grabs the best setup guys before they are closers or every closer is picked up no matter how good they really are, then I would make the move. I am not sure really what they do here but I think they will lean towards Broxton. He is on a one year deal and they could try and trade him if he shows the stuff he had prior to the injury and the best way to do that is putting him in the closers role.
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