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Montana168 wrote:I find myself in the exact position that you are in almost all my keeper leagues. I always end up trading my top picks to rebuilding teams because you usually can get a better valued player during the season for that pick than the player you are usually getting at that draft pick. With that roster of keepers, there is no way you should be looking at this year as a rebuilding year. Just because you don't have those top picks, doesn't mean you can't be an elite team again. I do it every year in my keepers, and I always finish top 3 in the regular season. Easy to find sleepers in the mid rounds, and also especially off the waiver wire early in the season.
Regarding your question, I would look to send off a lot of those pitchers. In my 8 keeper league, I like to only keep 2 SP MAX and then fill out the rest of my staff because it is easier to find quality SP than big time power hitters off the waiver wire. Try to also trade some of those SP for picks if that is allowed. In no way should you be keeping Papelbon either. If you can't deal him, just throw him back in the pool, never keep a closer.
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