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Sell high

Postby bandrus1 » Fri Jun 19, 2009 10:50 am

Who on your team are you thinking about selling high on

Im thinking Zobrist and Inge

not sure what a good sell high on Zobrist is at this point though
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Re: Sell high

Postby NYMetsIn2k4 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:12 am

im gonna ride Zobrist out. Hes only 2nd to Albert in OPS and i dont think many people necasarily buy into him. Given his position flexibility, hes a great comodity to have on your team and as i said already, i dont think other owners will buy into his production so u wont get adequate value in return.

im looking to sell high on...

Adam Jones: not that i dont buy into him, but i just think hes playing over his head and if u could package him with someone else for lets say, Alfonso Soriano, good move! ;-D

Torii Hunter: no way he even sniffs his current .320 BA... hr and sb totals will slow down but could still be decent and with the drop in BA, his rbi pace will drop aswell

Johnny Damon: yes hes in a contract year but no way he keeps this up!

Marco Scutaro: hes just plain and simple not that good... playing way above his head and i doubt anyone will buy into his #s but u may be able to sell him bc of his great position eligibility

Ryan Franklin: hes never been this good and theres some young arms in that pen that could threaten his closer role should he falter

Ted Lilly: ive never been a fan and havent ever bought into him so take my opinion with a grain of salt but hes nowheres near this good... his era will balloon to low 4
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Re: Sell high

Postby Maris09 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:43 am

Soriano is a dog. I agree with the logic, but wouldn't really want him.
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