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Is ARod worth it?

Postby jshusker » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:37 am

ARod is still in our free agency, is he worth picking up? I could drop somebody like Jayson Nix or Gordon Beckham...the league is a 14-team H2H.
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Re: Is ARod worth it?

Postby pekelly27 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:39 am

jshusker wrote:ARod is still in our free agency, is he worth picking up? I could drop somebody like Jayson Nix or Gordon Beckham...the league is a 14-team H2H.


I would drop Nix for him. I think he's relatively close to done, but he has some value as an upside play against lefties and you might be able to parlay him into a decent closer if he starts out hot.

If you have a moment I also need some advice and would appreciate your help: viewtopic.php?t=463013

Thanks.
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Re: Is ARod worth it?

Postby kaiser » Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:42 am

I think he worth a speculative pick. I have him sitting in a DL spot in one league.

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Re: Is ARod worth it?

Postby Cks4828 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:19 am

I would drop Nix for him. A-Rod certainly has more potential this season than Nix does I would think.
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