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jfg wrote:It's best to use some kind of tracker that shows where other teams are at so you know where you're at because even if you feel you have a lot of SB it doesn't mean much if five other teams are piling them up too.
Kimbos Beard wrote:I would say that there is no right way to do it. Best available is the way to go for a portion of the draft, but you can't do it all draft, and if you are just targeting certain categories you may start overlooking players you should be taking. Be prepared and be flexible.
Izenhart wrote:In round three I'm going for value and would take a 3B and put him at UT. Now if Aramis Ramirez falls to the end of round 4 I may pass but of he's there in round 5 I may make him my 2nd DH. I did this successfully last year in my main league, taking Longoria, Aram and Sandoval. When Longo went down I had a super backup option and filled my UT spot with SB needs.
Ender wrote:I always draft the best available. Keep in mind the best available is a very wide range though so it is usually a choice between 10 to 30 players and not just 1 or 2. But if I have a clear need and someone has fallen way farther than I think they should have I will skip the need and take the value every time. I'm more of a tier based drafter though since this concept of player value is a sham in the first place. Your dollar values should be +/- $5 at the very least so someone has to fall multiple rounds to really be a good value. If you are at say pick 120 of the draft the next 30 players in your queue probably have the same value realistically.
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