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Rate My Roster and WW Help?

Postby Dren_man » Sun Mar 24, 2013 7:45 pm

12 team, H2H, 6X6-last year of keeper..Can keep one player next year at X2 the $$(probably Adam Eaton).Do I need POWER? If so WHO? I will be DL'ing Eaton-On WW is Frazier,Machado,Reynolds,Belt?
My Team:
C-Salty
C-JP Arencibia
1B-Hosmer
2B-Kipnis
3B-Miggy
MI-Utley
CI-Sandoval
OF-Choo
OF-Pence
OF-Beltran
OF-Jennings
OF-Aoki
DH-Eaton..will DL
P-Verlander
P-Gio
P-Gallardo
P-Moore
P-Morrow
P-Neise
P-Miley
RP-Putz
RP-Holland
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Re: Rate My Roster and WW Help?

Postby Martain » Sun Mar 24, 2013 9:35 pm

it hard to say what to do without knowing who is available. I think your OF is probably your weakest position, I would look to upgrade there whenever possible (if you have a bench, I urge you to go pick up Myers or Taveras if available and hope one of them stick, and keep an eye on guys like Dominic Brown and Nick Castellanos).

That being said, if you don't have any bench spots it doesn't make sense to take a flyer on someone like Taveras. I might say pick up Machado while you can, and see what happens to start the season. If he sucks, you drop him for who does have the hot hand (and by 2 weeks into the season, someone on waivers will). Machado's upside is worth much more than any of the other guys you listed.
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