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talan37 wrote:Look at the splits, if you weren't going to ride out his horrid first 2-3 months, why draft him at all? He will be good to very good in the second half, and unless your in a very shallow league, definitely better than anyone you will get off waivers. In the last 3 years
Pre all star break-800 Ops
Post all-star break-987 Ops
He put up a post all-star break ops of 1.012 as recently as the far away year of 2006.
If you can find someone on the waiver wire who can put up a 900+ Ops, hit 20hr, score 40+runs, and drive in over 50 after the allstar break, by all means go for it.
Personally I would hang on, and enjoy his best play when you need it the most, in the playoffs.
dougbies wrote:he is horrible and belongs on the ww.
i would drop him and add anyone that brings value to your team now!
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