I attempted to get Granderson from this same owner for Nova and he rejected the trade. He said sorry but he couldn't give up his best hitter. I didn't think he'd actually go for it anyway, but I thought it was worth a try. Now this guy also has Heyward and I've always liked Heyward's upside...thinking he was a real MLB star in the making, but he had a rough start this year. He's recently turned it on and I'm hoping that maybe we could be seeing the start of a final breakthrough for Heyward right now. I also still want to try and get him before he keeps this hot hitting streak going and then this guy won't deal him either. What do you guys think? Is Heyward worth me giving up Nova (who I think is a sell high guy right now)? Let me know, thanks. And as always leaves your links and I'll help you out with your questions.
-12 team, mixed, non-keeper, H2H league
-Offensive Catgeories: Hits, Runs, Doubles, Triples, HRs, RBIs, AVG, SBs, CS, and Ks
-Pitching Categories: Wins, Loses, Complete Games, Shut Outs, BBs, Ks, ERA, Saves, and Blown Saves
C Jesus Montero
OF M. Holliday
Bench: Plouffe, Kemp (DL), Berkman (DL)
Starting Pitching: Verlander, Price, Garza, McDonald, Vogelsong, and Nova
Closers: Jansen, Hanrahan, and Nathan (3 daily RP slots)
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