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Postby fierro33 » Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:16 pm

i love me some free agents...i have one open roster spot

who stands out from this group:

shelby miller
andrew cashner

mike young
alcides escobar
jesus montero
dominic brown

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C Napoli
1B Prince
2B Uggla
3B Freese (Machado)
SS Hanram (Aybar)
OF Braun
OF Granderson (Morse)
OF Cespedes
Util Desmond Jennings

Matt Harrison
Tommy Hanson

Chris Perez
Ryan Madsen
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Re: free agent help WHIR

Postby Mooch » Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:19 pm

I like Domonic Brown as a Cespedes Light this year. I would package Cespedes and Uggla (Uggla is ugly - stat wise - maybe looks wise too, lol) and upgrade your 2B position, in the meantime, picking up Brown. Then, I would use the left over slot you have from the trade to pick up either Beckett or Miller, whichever floats your boat. (I'm leaning slightly toward Miller because of the upside. I personally think Beckett is the safer choice, but less overall potential) Not loving Tommy Hanson this year, or any year thereafter to be honest.
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Postby HOOTIE » Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:44 pm

Seager, not a Uggla fan
Drop Hanson for Lohse or Miller
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