look. doesn't this sort of depend on the format of the league? i mean... points? roto? h2h? OBP vs AVG? SLG vs HR?
ask the question again when you know the scoring system...
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Ok then I have a great idea. Ill trade my 4th overall for the 7th overall. The owner of the 7th overall is bound to trade with me. Therefore Ill probly have choices between Helton and Ramirez who will put up similar numbers to Arod and Tejada anyway. Anyone think that might be the best idea we got so far?
I know a lot of people say this on position scarcity but you have to look at it wholisticly, take say Vlad Guerrero and Bobby Crosby, add there stats, it will be better than taking Miguel Tejada and adding the stats of an outfielder from the same round as Crosby. Tejeda is better than crosby but tejeda doesn't get enough stats to make up for how much better Vlad is than the other outfielder. (in general, exceptions are like soriano's 38/41 season which compares with vlads numbers well, in general a position scarce player won't match up favorably enough with a position rich player)
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