Sensei wrote:Starts, not stats. H2H rewards consistency, not just overall numbers. Aram was horrible for the first half, and then made up a decent season of stats post ASB. JTWood's point was that Aram's slow start would make it difficult for you to be in contention when he starts to hit again.
raygunpunx wrote:Although Ramirez did start off slow it was mainly his average that suffered not his power numbers. Part of the reason is because Lee was out. I would rather have a better 2nd half player in head to head anyday
He's done it every year. Look at 2005 when Lee was a beast:
The man just doesn't get going until the second half. He's uber-Aubrey Huff.