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mzu wrote:Timmy is actually someone I am targeting...he is going to be facing other team's number 3 starters this year...
Sticky Spice wrote:mzu wrote:Timmy is actually someone I am targeting...he is going to be facing other team's number 3 starters this year...
Remember that is a fallacy.
Izenhart wrote:5 I try and avoid: Felix, Dickey, Moore, Lester, Kennedy (Any pitcher on a really bad team I don't care how good you are, wins are a fantasy category --- I'm looking at you and your declining velocity Felix, CHC, HOU, etc...)
To a lesser extent I'm avoiding Grienke, Halladay and Darvish whenever possible.
5 I try and target: Wainwright, Fister, Harvey, Bailey and Estrada. Add a round 1-2 Verlander/Kershaw with this group and that's the main six I try and nab every draft.
To a lesser extent I like these three guys also: Latos, Bumgarner, Miller. Bumgarner's overly slow delivery concerns me, runners take advantage of it and wind up in scoring position fairly easy against him. If he could fix this problem I'd be all over him in every draft.
rookies and cream wrote:Why Moore out of curiosity?
Izenhart wrote:rookies and cream wrote:Why Moore out of curiosity?
Partially because any team I had last year that didn't do well had him on it, but also because I got to watch him a lot and he was much too wild for most of the year. Batters seem to be able to lay off his breaking pitches with two strikes, he started getting ahead of batters and the blowing the fastball by them instead of his slider and had a better second half. I still see all of his pitches as hittable and I don't think he has the control to make his pitches as effective as they could be. He's still young and could build on what looked like solid improvement as the year progressed, but I wouldn't rank him where he is currently without buying into the improvement 100%.
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