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River Rat wrote:In an OPS league I only go after 20/20 players... It is as simple as that... In fact go after several 20/20 guys and you have yourself quite a diverse lineup that can win OPS and SB in any given weekly matchup.
No SB specialists will find themselves on my roster.... Not even if it was a buy low oppurtunity... We are talking the kind of buy low that means they are sitting out there on the Waiver Wire... Only then would I consider using them, but it might only be a temporary acquisition to try and win that particular HtH matchup.
MissingOakley wrote:Is it possible to justify owning the pure SB-specialists in leagues that count OPS? Guys like Figgins, Podsednik, and Pierre help in SB, runs, and (sometimes) average, but adding a third category that they suck in -- OPS -- to the negative impact they put on HR and RBI really drains their value. It's hard to cover up for a player's worthlessness in those three out of the six categories and still compete in them.
Do those of you in OPS leagues still consider guys like Pierre valuable, or is it better to concede steals and bolster the other, correlated hitting categories?
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