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johnsamo wrote:I like to spread my 6 keeper slots around evenly between hitting and pitching.... Which is going to put me in a serious bind because I've got 5 pitchers I really want to keep but I've got 3 can't cut offensive guys...
Pujols and Cabrera are locks, but to keep Crawford, who I love because he means I don't have to reach for steals in the draft so much, I've got to drop 2 pitchers I don't want to drop.
Of those, I think I have to go Zambrano, King Felix and Kazmir... but I have to see how the season goes. If Jered keeps up his pace, I can't drop him.
I knew this was coming in the preseason and I BEGGED the league to up the keeper #s, but they knew it would aid me the most so they voted it down... I suppose for league parity, it's probably good I have to drop some great players, but man it's gonna hurt.
johnsamo wrote:There are no certainties in baseball, but assuming good health and decent run support in the coming years, a rotation of Zambrano, Kazmir and King felix could be 60 wins and 600 plus Ks, and 600 plus innings of LOW LOW ERAs and WHIPS on just those guys alone.
Combine that with Pujols, Miggy Cabrera and Crawford just entering their prime years and I like my prospects in the coming years.
All the other top guys in my league are riding older studs due or past due for the eventual declining skills period of their careers, but all my guys are good and young.
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