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micemi wrote:Trying to implement this strategy in my 12 team H2H league and have a question. If I went with Howard or Teixeira in the first round with the 9th overall, what would you come back with in the second round if Kinsler, Reyes, Rollins, and Wright were the best infield options that could provide some pop and Adrian Gonzalez and Matt Holliday were the best available OF/1B types. I would be inclined to go with Kinsler, Wright or Reyes to get some speed, but with the "Go Power" option it seems that Gonzalez or Holliday are the best picks. Which is the smarter play here?
jcook3127 wrote:OneLoveBoomer wrote:Good post. This is exactly how I drafted last year, after learning from mistakes in previous years.
I will add one amendment:
DO NOT NEGLECT BATTING AVERAGE. As you do all you said above, pay super duper attention to batting average. Don't *just* go for the 40HR guy, grab the 30HR .310AVG guy instead.
If you're playing ROTO, then yes
If you're playing H2H..absolutely not...in fact, make a conscious effort to ignore batting average and you'll have an awesome lineup that should win a majority of offensive cats and maybe sweep on a fluke average week
Way to volatile of a category from week to week to put too much weight on in H2H
angels7777 wrote:so if you ignore BA in H2H, Howard should then be taken over the likes of Tex, M-Cab, and Fielder...
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