hockeykidb3 wrote:espn's player rater would beg to differ, ppl get caught up in uggla's hot streak and forget about how he was considered one of the biggest busts of the year along with adam dunn in the first half
Uggla did have a rough start, no doubt. But this year will mark his 5th straight year with 30+ bombs. 6 years ago he had 27. He's a unique player for his position. Collmenter has had a nice year but overall he's just a guy (in my opinion). I'd rather take a flier on a different young pitcher. In your defense, he has been very good over his last 4 starts. But to counter your espn rating, he's only owned in 42% of all yahoo leagues. There's a reason for that. Plus O-Dog is almost done (mid thirties) and there are too many good young 2nd baseman in the league now. Dustin Ackley and Brett Lawrie are much better options. General Rule of Thumb for me: In a two player for one player trade... If I'm on the two player end, I better be getting A LOT. I hate watering down my team by trading better talent for multiple scrubs. These are just my thoughts (obviously) and take them as you will. Good luck!