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Doesn't always bounce back as well, either.Secret Avatar wrote:I echo the sentiments above: everyone knows he's got very solid skills and can produce -- but he's more injury prone than Wile E. Coyote.
WittyC wrote:Howie wrote:Yin_Xu88 wrote:Howie wrote:For sure.
My only complaint is that he is very injury prone. Add that to the fact that no one seems to think he is good and i cant trade him for anyone! (He's currently on my bench right now, unfortunately).
same here, everyone in my league turns down my Nick Johnson offers.
And I was only asking for players like Greg Maddux and Chad Tracy.
I think everyone is trying to trade him because in the back of our minds we know he's gonna get hurt, or at least cool off.
Hurt is a concern, but if he stays healthy, I don't think he'll cool off too much. I picked him up in my money roto very early this year, but had to drop him b/c of an injury.
kcs261 wrote:Nick Johnson is a stud player. Last year, he was hit by a pitch and broke his hand. That's not a wimpy injury. He has had problems in the past, but so what. The past is the past. I am just pissed because I had him the last two years. This year, I didn't get him in the draft and now look at what happens.
kcs261 wrote:I hear you. But I still wouldn't deal him for less than a stud player. If I had him, I'd take my chances that this is the year he bucks the trend. Why would anybody deal him for a guy less talented?!? No way would I do that.
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