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HOOTIE wrote:Gio and Zimmerman are the easy locks.
Lackey, Shields, Pineda for the last spot.
bobnerns wrote:I agree with the first guy - absolutely get Gio Gonzalez and Jordan Zimmermann. After that, I'd go Shields, Pavano, Lackey in that order (with a pretty big separation between Shields and the rest).
You asked what's good about Zimmermann? The dude is going to be a beast. He's coming off Tommy John so he's a bit of a risk, but I wouldn't expect a big risk at all. He has a very bright future.
Help with mine?
billycent wrote:Those r some pretty decent pitchers on the wire, must not b a huge league. Any how I def like Gio and Lackey (value has dropped soo far... huge bounce back potential here) and if u wanna grab a 3rd... I would def drop Chipper for Bedard. He is pitching pain free for the first time in 3 years and looking amazing... when healthy he is a top 30 or better starter easy, and seeing how him and Chipper both bring the same injury risk to the table, I feel that Bedard offers a much better opportunity for profit. I hope this helps. Please take a look at mine.
billycent wrote:I personally would go Bedard and just cross your fingers that he stays healthy... bc as I mentioned when healthy he's as good as anyone. Shields periphirals are headed in the wrong direction and he just at times looks lost out there to me. I'd rather take the gamble that Bedard is going to stay healthy over the gamble that Shields is finally going to put it together.
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