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wp001g wrote:Is it wise to actually bring them up to my active roster (if they are brought up, they can never go back down)?
swarmee wrote:wp001g wrote:Is it wise to actually bring them up to my active roster (if they are brought up, they can never go back down)?
I have a similar league, so I know what you're talking about. All three are defintely worth keeping, so don't even consider cutting them before your draft.
Cabrera and Teixeira are your best bets to help you this year. I watch Mark play through college (small bias), and he's got great plate discipline, and projects as a 30-hr hitter this coming season, with future MVP quality years. Cabrera is a stud as well, and since Florida's keeping the brunt of their lineup intact, he'll still get many RBI chances. Bringing both of them up after week 1 of the season is as can't-miss as you can get.
Reyes, on the other hand, has the X-factor of trying to learn a new position in his first full season in the majors, something a LOT of players have difficulty with. I would guess that the Mets will short-leash him, and if he struggles to pick up the new position, he'll be sent down to AAA to learn how to play the position better. I would have him ride the pine (and therefore, stay free) until you're sure he's in the bigs to stay. I have him as a prospect as well, and will most likely trade him after my draft.
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