jefferey13 wrote:I would have done it but I didn't see the post until just now.
There was a glitch in the system anyways. The link redirected you to the lobby. Sent them an email. Hopefully they will issue me a new one.
My usual strategy is to spend big on pitching, take 2 or 3 big bats, then fill the rest of my lineup with "scrubs". Applying that strategy for tonight's games starting at 7 in most of my leagues. Darvish, Bumgarner, Sale, and Moore sit on the top-tier. In 1 P formats they are a must. If you can't pair two of these guys together in 2 or 3 P formats due to budget restraints- Gallardo, Marcum, Hudson, and Kendrick fit the bill as solid options. The bats that I'm going with:
C- Wilin Rosario. Playing at Chase Field against a lefty. Spending big on him in the vast majority of my leagues. Lucroy is plan B.
1B- Paul Goldschmidt for the reasons above. David Ortiz because obviously. Can't break the bank on those 2? Albert Pujols because I think he's due for a HR and his career #'s against Dempster are sick. Ryan Howard has strong #'s against Hudson and he's still been potent against RHP this year.
2B- I own Kinsler & Hill in a couple of leagues, but mostly I'm going with the Rockies. Rutledge & DJ.
3B- I own Beltre where I can afford it, A-Ram found a home on one roster. Mostly Arenado and Sandoval. Gotta love Pandas price anywhere, even though he's been looking ugly at the dish. Doubled against Ryu yesterday though with no strikeouts. Progress!
SS- I have Segura in a couple. Then it's a scattered mess. Aybar, Simmons, Ramirez, Rolins, and Andrus depending on who's the cheapest on each site.
OF- Cody Ross in every league but one. Still listed at his usual price playing at home against a LHP. Nelson Cruz where it was possible. Heyward & Upton in quite a few, still love their prices despite the struggles.