First of all, let me show you my hitting roster and tell you the points system for the batters in my league (9 teams, 30-round draft)...
N. Johnson (Probably going to drop him for Mauer who some stupid owner dropped only because he had N/A next to his name in our Yahoo! league)
Scoring system: Runs: 2. 1B: 2. 2B: 3. 3B: 5. HR: 4. RBI: 3. SB: 3. BB: 1. K: -1
After all that, here's the question: If you look at my hitters' 2003 stats, I have 8 guys who had over 100 Ks last year (More than any team in the league) and that's not even including the probability that Kearns would have gone over 100 if not for his injury and LeCroy had more than 80 Ks in only 345 ABs. Will having this many strikeouts on my team really kill my chances of winning the league? Should I trade someone like Burrell or Hinske for a little less than full value just to get rid of all of these Ks? Or am I worrying too much about a small factor?
Thanks for any and all responses!
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