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Trade Dickey? WHIR

Postby wyld stallions » Mon Mar 25, 2013 9:31 am

I am not extremely deep at SP but think I can prob. find some value on the wire. Would you trade Dickey for Kinsler or Pedroia? I am not even sure the guy will do the deal but he has 2 second basemen. I have Hill but would not mind upgrading.

12 team, h2h, 3 man keeper

We start all 9 positions plus one util. We have to pitch 39 innings per week

Scoring:
H, 2, 3, hr, R, RBi, BB, Ave. OBP, SB, SO, Fielding %
W, L, CG, SHO, SO, BB, ERA, WHIP, SV, BSV, Holds

My team:
C: Perez
1st: Votto, Ike, Belt
2nd: Hill, Murphy (1,2)
3rd: Freese
SS: A Cabrera
OF: Braun, Kemp, J Upton, Morse, Revere
SP: Dickey, Medlen, Samardzija, Lester, Minor, Beckett, Cobb,
RP: Rivera, Putz, Grilli
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Re: Trade Dickey? WHIR

Postby plamb23 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 10:08 am

Surely wont take Dickey straight up but if you could, you win
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Re: Trade Dickey? WHIR

Postby javens » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:03 pm

Yeah like the above poster said, if you can get this deal straight up you have to do it. As a Met fan, I love RA Dickey but I think its impossible for him to put up numbers close to what he did last year. If you could swing a deal, I would target Pedrioa over Kinsler purely based on injury risk

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