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Trade Longo for Who, or stay put? WHIR

Postby wyld stallions » Mon Apr 16, 2012 12:25 pm

I was thinking of offering Longo in a few trades, not really sure any will work or if they are worth it.

1: my Longo, Crawford and Latos for Weaver, Jennings and M Young
2: my Longo, Crawford and Latos for Castro and Greinke
3: my Longo and Gallardo for Tulo and Darvish


12 team, h2h, 3 man keeper

We start all 9 positions plus one util. We have to pitch 39 innings per week

Scoring:
H, 2, 3, hr, R, RBi, BB, Ave. OBP, SB, SO, Fielding %
W, L, CG, SHO, SO, BB, ERA, WHIP, SV, BSV, Holds

My team:
C: Ramos
1st: Votto,
2nd: Kipnis
3rd: Longoria, Aramis
SS: Hanley (ss,
Util: Jesus Montero
OF: Braun, Crawford, Markakis, Gardner, Bourjos
SP: Gallardo, Bumgardner, Moore, Latos, Danks, Liriano, Lynn, Carpenter
RP: League, Santos, Sangtiago
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Trade Longo for Who, or stay put? WHIR

Postby lastingsgriller » Mon Apr 16, 2012 12:39 pm

Longo is not the type of player you want to be trading unless you ate getting well above market value. Just because of his age and experience, he has the possibility to turn a corner and very little chance for regression.

There is very little risk with him and you'll be kicking yourself if this is the 35/15 season.
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Re: Trade Longo for Who, or stay put? WHIR

Postby Element » Mon Apr 16, 2012 2:44 pm

lastingsgriller wrote:Longo is not the type of player you want to be trading unless you ate getting well above market value. Just because of his age and experience, he has the possibility to turn a corner and very little chance for regression.

There is very little risk with him and you'll be kicking yourself if this is the 35/15 season.


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