savvy_stu wrote:I think that you could definately stand to move Hinske because you've got Cabrera backing Chavy up at thid already. I would package him with Wolf or Webb to see what that would get you.
I would definitely like to move Hinske if I'm given the chance. I was able to pick him up at 206 when his average draft position is 134. He was a bargain I couldn't resist that late in the draft.
Pogotheostrich wrote:Looks solid to me except RP. You have a lot of question marks there. Your offense is great. I wouldn't trade Reyes. You need the SB.
Yeah, my RP is usually a little shaky. I just can't make myself pick up closers who will contribute most of their stats to 1 category when there are still really good players left on the board who will contribute across the board to more categories. I was happy to be able to get 4 closers in the later rounds. With the quantity I'm hoping to pick up enough saves to be competitive without blowing up in any of the other pitching categories.
As for Reyes, I plan on holding him for now. He's my main stolen base threat and he will be eligible at both short and second, which is a nice bonus. I didn't plan on drafting him despite being a Mets fan because of the injury concerns. I figured I'd get a Polanco-type 2B late in the draft, but when Reyes was still on the board at 110, with an average spot of 77 at ESPN, I had to pull the trigger
Thanks to everyone for the comments so far, they've been a great help. Anyone else who wants to contribute, feel free, I'm always open to suggestions and usually need them!