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Postby Return of the King » Thu May 31, 2012 8:11 am

My team is really dying. I have plenty of pitching. I'm 3-5 (h2h points league) so waiting for Bauer to be called up is hurting me. I need that roster spot
Should I cut him or wait to see if he is called up in the next few days.
NOT a keeper league
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Re: drop Bauer whir

Postby MaudDib » Thu May 31, 2012 10:30 am

If you need the roster spot then cut him. No telling when he will get called up and just how good he will be when he does get the call. Most rookies have some bumps so expecting him to be very useful in a non-keeper league is probably expecting a little too much.
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Re: drop Bauer whir

Postby clarkdp2 » Thu May 31, 2012 10:50 am

If you're really hurting for pitching that bad and its not a keeper league then I would go ahead and drop him. I personally am in the same position as you with Bauer but since my league counts IP, K, QS, W, ERA, and WHIP I have been streaming a different pitcher every night to help make up for the dead roster space Bauer has been eating up. I dont see any chance of him being called up this week. Im hoping for the end of June.

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