mweir145 wrote:kcs261 wrote:Hilarious. It's like you've missed the entire point of anything I wrote.
You all have not only missed the point, but you are mad that somebody is calling you out for acting like a lemming who repeats the same cliche about selling high, no matter how well a guy is doing. The point is: Winning the AL Cy Young makes a guy legit. Hitting 30 HRs and driving in 100 RBIs also makes a guy legit.
You can all whine and cry about it all day long and somehow try to spin how you were wrong, change the issue and get off on tangents by insulting. But I will not be distracted. The point is that Lee and Ludwick are legit. And to be a good fantasy manager, you have to know the difference from "waiver trash" and "waiver gems."
Lee and Ludwick are waiver gems. If you can't see that, and you label all guys who were undrafted waiver trash, you need to reevaluate how you evaluate players. Finding "waiver gems" will win you a league.
I think you need to learn to read.
This is my thread. I am the one framing the issue. You all advocated selling Lee and Ludwick. You told young, helpless fantasy players that this was the thing to do.
If you were an attorney, you would all be sued for malpractice. You gave rotten advice. And you helped screw up countless fantasy teams for young, helpless owners who came on this website when you advocated selling the Al Cy Young and a 30HR/100RBI guy.
You all need to learn how to evaluate talent better.