I see it like this:
Pujols is twice the player Lee is (I know the numbers indicate otherwise, but c'mon people...this is Albert Pujols, Lee isn't even in the same ballpark). Pujols is the best fantasy option in MLB. Period.
Pedro is a notch below a perfectly healthy RJ. And we all know RJ isn't healthy, and he's not performing well. You can't just assume he's going to turn it around. He didn't turn it around in 2003. He's no spring chicken either, the guy is 41 years old with no cartilage left in his knee.
How is that not a ripoff?
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