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What is the right price ?

Postby AlexG » Thu Mar 13, 2003 9:30 pm

what would you pay in 260$ team salary cap draft for players
like A-Rod ,Unit,Bonds,Smoltz ?
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Postby The Jury » Thu Mar 13, 2003 11:50 pm

Derek Jeter, the fourth best shortstop behind Nomar, ARod, and Tejada, is worth keeping at about $35 due to several factors. Base your other values around that, but try not to get up near $50 for one player.
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Postby The Guru_fbc » Fri Mar 14, 2003 12:12 am

jeter at $35? i'd hate to be the sucker who pays $35 for derek jeter. At a $260 cap I'd pay about $50 for A-rod, $45-48 for unit and no more than $40 for bonds
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Postby mkoss » Fri Mar 14, 2003 6:04 pm

The only players worth over $40 are A-Rod and Vladdy. This is based on a $260 cap with a 65/35% hitting/pitching split.

Of course, someone will be paying in the $40 range for a number players. Don't let it be you!

It must have been a Yankee fan paying $35 for Jeter.
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