skapur20 wrote:it all depends upon what type of league you play in.
h2h uggla has to rated above most of those guys as his avg wont be as "killer" as some of your put it. Its only 1 catagory. where as runs, hrs, rbi hes right up there with utley with those stats. then to avg it out in the other 2 cats he doesnt help in, id take a guy like taveras late. whose gonna hit 40 sbs and is hitting over 315.
Phillips: 95 Runs 28 HR 84 RBI 27 SB .290
Upton: 77 Runs 22 HR 73 RBI 16 SB .315 (Missed considerable time)
Cano: 79 Runs 16 HR 79 RBI 3 SB .301 (Played terrible for the first half)
Roberts: 91 R 10 HR 49 RBI 40 SB .298
Uggla: 96 Runs 28 HR 79 RBI 2 SB .247
With a .247 AVG, that means there have to be weeks when he just tanks and hits nothing. In head-to-head I think a .300 AVG is very important because generally (with a few exceptions like Cano this year) they are very consistent produces. Though last year I believe Cano hit at least .300 for every month.
I'd also consider Kinsler, Polanco, Kelly Johnson, Figgins and even Freddy Sanchez to be better options
If I didn't have Phillips and Upton on my keeper team, I'd also take a chance on Weeks or Kendrick before taking Uggla