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Fade2White12 wrote:Well, which is it, near term or to sit on for 5-6 years?
If you're looking for more immediate impact, look for players with a relatively clear path to the majors. The Yankees, for example, have all those expiring contacts and a nice crop of young OF, like Austin and Heathcott.
If you're wanting cheap long term upside, look for guys that maybe have an injury history or some blemish on their résumé, but have the potential to be fantasy superstars if things break right. The player that immediately comes to mind is Josh Bell.
Fade2White12 wrote:Without more details, it's too difficult to guess what prices prospects might go for. How many teams, roster spots, budget? Do you have a separate MiLB system?
With what I was given, I gave it a shot.
bigken117 wrote:Addison Russell and David Dahl were my two must haves from my most recent draft. If you can get them for $1 for the next 5-6 years it'd be worth the wait. However I usually wouldn't advise stashing someone like that on an active fantasy roster unless your bench ran 6 or more deep. If you have a farm system then all the better
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