hey, so my first year playing fantasy, so i'm still learning how actual baseball ability translates--would really appreciate tips on what moves i should be looking to make next, happy to offer whatever help i can in return. this was an espn autodrafted team, have made several moves thanks to early injuries. league is a 10-team mixed league H2H (pretty sure its standard, but the categories are R, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OPS, W, QS, K, SV/HD, ERA, WHIP)
C- G Soto
1B- R Howard
2B- B Phillips
3B- J Cantu
SS- E Andrus
2B/SS- J Uribe
1B/3B- L Berkman
Bench-S Podsednik, J Guillen
SP-J Lester, F Hernandez, J Peavy, J Danks, S Marcum, B Penny
RP- J Valverde, D Aardsma, M Capps, J Zumaya
DL- B Roberts, K Suzuki, J De La Rosa
so, i'm not really sure what to do now--obviously Uribe is an iffy sub for injured Roberts, Podsednik and Guillen aren't likely to continue doing well (got both off waivers so not too concerned), so im in the market for a 2B/SS and possibly an OF. My pitching has been getting better after I was able to pick up Penny, Marcum, and Peavy off waivers to replace E Santana, injured de la Rosa, and Rick Porcello who I hopefully won't regret dropping.
Questions--is a mid reliever like Zumaya worth keeping at all? He's picked up 2 wins and 4 holds, plus a lot of extra Ks and a moderate improvement to ERA/WHIP but I don't know if thats worth the roster slot as opposed to either another closer (probably not a great one-hoffman or lindstrom are available on waivers).
--if i'm looking to get a better 2B/SS, is Alberto Callaspo worth a shot (hes on the wire) or should I be looking for deals (Jose Lopez is the only 2B I know someone's looking to deal, and after his April I could probably get him cheap)
--generally am I missing anything fantasy-wise? like i said, first year doing this and would like to improve on a 14-32 start. thanks guys--like i said, i'm happy to share baseball advice, but my fantasy knowledge is pretty limited.