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Help with trade! WHIR!

Postby baseballfan89 » Sat Jun 02, 2012 9:54 pm

Ben Zobrist
15th round pick

Getting Back:
Danny Viciedo
10th round pick

My batters:
C Miguel Montero
1B Albert Pujols
2B Omar Infante
3B Adrian Beltre
SS Ian Desmond
OF Michael Bourn
OF Melky Cabrera
OF Michael Cuddyer
UTIL Nick Swisher
UTIL Angel Pagan
BN Ben Zobrist
BN Carlos Lee
BN Austin Jackson
BN Anthony Rizzo

What do u guys think? Any advice? Am I giving up too soon on zobrist? Could I get more for zobrist?

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Re: Help with trade! WHIR!

Postby MaudDib » Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:11 am

Keep Zobrist or trade him for a guy with a better track record. Viciedo has been nice but he very well could be back on the WW by the all-star break. Right now you are buying at peak value and that very rarely works out especially when it is a guy who has very little track record to work off of.
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Re: Help with trade! WHIR!

Postby mzkp54 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:18 am

Agreed, I think you can get someone who I'd feel more comfortable would be on your roster in 2 months. Viciedo is hot, but could easily cool down. Zobrist is a known commodity. I think you can do better.

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