Pedros2Seam2YourHead wrote:you picked a lot of hot starters over people with consistant history if the all break out you could kill I guess but if not you could fall lower than you could imagine
Yeah, looks like the "all hot start" team from the first month of the season.
Coincidentally, there are about five more months to go.
Obviously, keep guys like Abreu and Jeter, who have track records.
Other than that, trade like a madman. Look for proven guys starting slow and offer your hot guys.
Yes, some of the guys you trade will break out, but predicting breakouts versus hot starts is a lot harder than looking at guys who have put together three or four good years.
Make some moves or you'll end up in the bottom third of your league. Guarantee it.
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