I have recently made some trades that hypothetically speaking could make my keeper situation hard..
We have 4 keepers.. This year, because my team was pathetic last year, I wound up keeping all pitchers (Ensberg was the only hitter worth keeping, but I figured I'd go the strategy -- if I keep pitchers I can focus on hitters through the draft)...
Bats: Fielder, Howard, Weeks, Holliday, ARam
Pitchers: Hamels, Liriano, Chris Young, John Lackey, Palpebon, Ryan
What do you decide to do in this situation? It isn't like 4 is a lot of players.. it makes it really tough.. do you really decide based on whether that player would be drafted in the first X (number of keepers) rounds? Or do you decide based on whether you know where they'll fall in the draft?
Like, going into this year I had Patterson.. I wasn't sure where he'd go so I held on to him... Same thing with Schilling.. I knew Ensberg would go in the first two rounds, but figured I'd be able to get other bats mid rounds to make up for it when others were selecting pitchers..
Enough rambling.. Thoughts?