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ensanimal wrote:Another situation where in most cases I always take the proven mlb talent. It's not like Sandoval is old either. I would rather have the upgraded team now than have to wait for it to potentially arrive down the road.
One of the beautiful things about fantasy baseball is that it allows you to trade prospects for contributors that would be inconceivable in real life. Any time you can trade a speculatory prospect for a much greater likelihood at instant and sustained production, you pull the trigger. I feel you on it feeling as if you're cutting the legs out from under your team, but I think that's a feeling we've developed from seeing Major League teams do it, when the make up of a fantasy roster isn't congruent with it.KanyeBest wrote:thanks for the input guys... I accepted the trade. We have large (30 man) prospect rosters so it's sometimes hard to trade from them for fear of falling behind... making your farm team worse just feels like you're cutting out your team's legs. In a strange way it's kind of comforting to see your prospect roster full of good prospects even though they're not helping you at all. Thankfully I still have Profar and Trout to keep my minors team from looking too pathetic. Thanks again for the help.
bigh0rt wrote: I feel you on it feeling as if you're cutting the legs out from under your team, but I think that's a feeling we've developed from seeing Major League teams do it, when the make up of a fantasy roster isn't congruent with it.
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