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CBMGreatOne wrote:On a side note, the Red Sox are looking like one of those offenses where I wouldn't mind having 4 guys from the same lineup.
MTUCache wrote:CBMGreatOne wrote:On a side note, the Red Sox are looking like one of those offenses where I wouldn't mind having 4 guys from the same lineup.
Not a bad thought, but those four guys are only going to make it onto your roster for 50% of your auction budget or your first four picks (in an 8-team league).
I'm looking a little more closely (in deeper leagues anyway) at grabbing four guys off of a different lineup... Baltimore's now sporting Vlad, D.Lee, Reynolds, and Roberts. All of them are gambles, but they're all about a quarter of the price of the four guys you've listed as well. :p
Havok1517 wrote:I think it goes without saying that Lawrie is the more talented player when compared to Scutaro. Therefore, it may take a bit of time for him to become the starting player but his multiple MI eligibility and his late season '10 surge, yeah, he has value.
nsulham wrote:The question with Jed has always been health. IF he can stay healthy over a whole season, and that's a big if, then he's going to open up a lot of eyes. Die-hard Sox fans have got a taste of what he can do and we're just waiting for him to reach his full potential; I don't think the casual fan knows how good he can be. All comes down to health.
kab21 wrote:He can be a nice player but he's not going to open up any eyes. Last year was a complete fluke based on 171 AB's. And he's not going to be much in fantasy unless you're in deep leagues. He hit 29 HR's and stole 16 bases in 372 MiLB games.
reasonable projections (<.800 OPS) .285, 10+ HR's, <5 SB's and he'll probably bat at the bottom of the order so his R/RBI's will be avg at best even in a loaded lineup.
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