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Who's a good source of power?

Postby Nj1115 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:36 pm

I need some power, name me some players that might be available on the WW

I was thinking Gamel or Heisey
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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby fast dogs » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:57 pm

name me some players that might be available doesn't work as we have no idea of how many players are on your leagues rosters. You'd have to list some from your FA list tho Gamel isn't a bad place to start. You have to realize theres thousands of different league sizes and there just no way of guessing who is avail in yours
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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby wvufan1988 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:00 pm

Stanton, Justin Upton, Fielder, Cabrera, Pujols, Granderson, and Votto to name a few
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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby Halo Homers » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:10 pm

Based on who you named in your post, sounds like your in a least a 12 team league.

Given that is the case, some players that might be on the wavier wire would be Mayberry (phil), Morales (laa), Wells (laa), Kubel (ari), Alvarez (Pitt), Dunn (cws), LaHair (chc), Carp (Sea).

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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby Nj1115 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:16 pm

its a 12 team league H2H 5X5 23 players each team
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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby Nj1115 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:18 pm

Halo Homers wrote:Based on who you named in your post, sounds like your in a least a 12 team league.

Given that is the case, some players that might be on the wavier wire would be Mayberry (phil), Morales (laa), Wells (laa), Kubel (ari), Alvarez (Pitt), Dunn (cws), LaHair (chc), Carp (Sea).

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Both Wells and Mayberry are available, who would be a better pickup?
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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby BigLebowski » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:22 pm

I'd take Wells over Mayberry. Wells was God-Awful last season and still managed to hit for 25 hrs. Any regression towards the mean and he is better than last year. Mayberry has they hype for filling in for Howard, but Wiggy will steal more ab's than most people seem to consider.
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Re: Who's a good source of power?

Postby HOOTIE » Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:52 pm

I would probably go Wells, although Gamel could hit 25.
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