I am considering dumping Jason Werth WAS for another batter. Leaning with Austin JAckson?
Also, am consider grabbing Billingsley and drop McCarthy or Anibal Sanchez?
I know I am cooked with SAVES and HOLDS, so just go with the two I have I guess.
Any moves you guys suggests?
H2H "Each" league, daily moves.
Cats: W, K, ER, ERA, WHIP, K/BB, ER, CG, SHO, SV, HLD R, H, 1B, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, SB, TB, A, FPCT, AVG, OPS, CYC, OFA
Most points gets a WIN for the week and other team gets a LOST. We also keep the total cats scored.
C Kurt Suzuki (Oak - C) 1B Adrian Gonzalez (Bos - 1B) 2B Howie Kendrick (LAA - 1B,2B,OF) 3B Evan Longoria (TB - 3B) SS Elvis Andrus (Tex - SS) OF Matt Holliday (StL - OF) OF Nick Swisher (NYY - 1B,OF) OF Melky Cabrera (SF - OF)
Util Shane Victorino (Phi - OF)
BN Adam Dunn (CWS - 1B) BN Jayson Werth (Was - OF)
SP Colby Lewis (Tex - SP) SP Yovani Gallardo (Mil - SP) SP Anibal Sanchez (Mia - SP) RP Cory Luebke (SD - SP,RP) RP Sergio Santos (Tor - RP) RP Javy Guerra (LAD - RP) P Matt Cain (SF - SP)
I wouldn't make either of those moves. While I am not a big Werth fan, I don't think Jackson is better. Don't look at a few games and make a decision based on that. Same goes with Billingsley, who I do like but not even close to those other SP. If you want to make a move, do so but don't drop good players to do it.
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MaudDib wrote:I wouldn't make either of those moves. While I am not a big Werth fan, I don't think Jackson is better. Don't look at a few games and make a decision based on that. Same goes with Billingsley, who I do like but not even close to those other SP. If you want to make a move, do so but don't drop good players to do it.
While I think he's overrated, Werth is certainly better than Austin Jackson. Jackson is notorious for striking out a LOT and being extremely streaky. Werth, on the other hand, has a lot of upside. You just have to remember that it's still the beginning of the season, Guys like Jackson sizzle off over time, Werth will probably end up being a great starter though. Also, I'd do what I can to pickup Johan Santana, not Billingsly. Again, lots of upside. Also, I like McCarthy a lot. He looks really good and it'd be really tough for me to drop him. But, can't say that I have a real reason not to.
I forgot to add Lance Lynn (StL - RP) on the list.
Lynn was brilliant in his debut Sunday, giving up just two hits, one walk, and one run in 6.2 innings. Lynn struck out eight in the effort. With Chris Carpenter's return date unknown, Lynn could be in line for a fine season.