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jeff926 wrote:well, my buddy took beltran, berkman, manny, and edmonds i think last year with his picks, and it worked for him. he used one of them in the util spot the whole year and kept the other 3, and his offense dominated... i've also heard the strategy of taking only pitchers in the first 6 picks (4 stud starters, 2 stud closers) and then drafting either the best pitcher or the best sb threat. in h2h, you should win the pitching categories all the time, and then if you win sb, you should win at least 6 to 4 every week, and then if you happen to win in runs or hr or rbi or ba, bonus! is this a good drafting strategy?
jeff926 wrote:so, i'm drafting with my buddy earlier this year, and he tells me that last year he drafted 4 OF with his first 4 picks. i tell him he's crazy, but then he goes to say something that makes a lot of sense in some weird way. he drafts the absolute best player possible, not caring about position. if marcus giles is still on the board at 2nd and if he doesn't take him he'll probably get someone a lot lower on the list, but travis hafner is available... he will take hafner no question, even if he already has thome! is this crazy, or is this good stategy? take the best overall player that you think will give you the most points, or try and draft by position, reaching for a catcher so that you know you have the best one for example?
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