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How to approach a 10 team draft? WHIR

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How to approach a 10 team draft? WHIR

Postby angels7777 » Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:23 pm

H2H non-keeper 5x5

Do I target top SP first? Are top RP more valuable? Best player available regardless through rounds 1-5?
5x5 H2H, NK 10 tms

C- S. Perez
1B- Goldy
2B- Altuve
3B- Donaldson
SS- Desmond
OF- Brantley, McCutcheon, Werth
UTIL- Fielder
BN- Wong, Rios
SP- Hamels, Teheran, Carrasco, A. Wood, Quintana, Bailey, Richards, Smyly, Salazar
RP- Uehara, McGee, Dooltle
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Re: How to approach a 10 team draft? WHIR

Postby Hogger1 » Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:42 pm

Approach it pretty much the same as a roto draft. Maybe a little more emphasis on less streaky players.
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How to approach a 10 team draft? WHIR

Postby YankeeGiant32 » Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:58 pm

Wait on SP. The smaller the league the deeper SP. Go best hitter available 1-5, but try and get power.


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