JustAnotherYanksFan wrote:teddyballgamemvp wrote:If you're in a keeper, any Liriano owner should try to spin him for two excellent pitchers while you can.
I agree with this. Look at how much hype Felix had last year. If I were in a one-year league, I might have faith in Liriano to finish the season strong, but in the future, as teams see him more times he'll go through his rough patches. So if I were in a keeper and someone were willing to give me first or second round talent then I'd take it.
It's all a question of what someone is willing to give you and your league structure (contracts, number of keepers, etc). If you can get first or second round talent for Liriano though then all things being equal I think you take it. That doesn't mean you panic and sell off Liriano for the first deal that comes along. But if you can get outstanding players for Liriano that meet your needs then depending on the format you'd probably end up taking the deal.