mm92280 wrote:Frieri - a non-closer; you don't keep a non-closer in the sheer hope that gets the job back
Feliz - injured and working his way back from TJ surgery; not likely to pitch until after the all star break; in almost every league, you don't stash a player in this situation unless he's a superstar
Burnett - a clear regression candidate; always wildly consistent and not likely to be above average for 2 seasons in a row.
Fiers - He's an alright middle-of-the-rotation starter but that isn't enough to knock off one of the other guys on the list.
I disagree with your opinion on Feliz. Feliz has the talent to be a true ace he just cant stay healthy. So the reason for dropping him would because he cant get healthy, imo. I hope to pick him back up in either the last round or after the draft unless I find another prospect that has the ability to come up this year and help my team.
Also Frieri is expected to be the closer for the first month and if he dominates then hopefully the Angels stick with him. I dont want to lose out on a closer that plays for the Angels and has so high potential. I don't think I can drop Frieri.
My current situation. I have already dropped Hardy. I am going to update my list and remove Hardy and a few others that I have decided to not release. I feel the last 3 drops will come from Uggla, Fiers, Burnett, Feliz or Harrison.