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Rico The Retard wrote:I was wondering on these players and i would like to know what is the range (like what round in the draft) that you guys would take each of these players in if it were to be a 5x5 12 team keeper league
Tony Batista- very late 25-30
Lew Ford- 15-20
Jason Bay- 10-15 (May go too soon, very hyped)
Brian Roberts- 15-20 (May go sooner due to scarcity, I wouldn't)
Ray Durham- 5-10 (Again scarcity, will go too soon)
Jason Kendall- 10-15
Jeremy Bonderman 15-20
Guillermo Mota- Depends if he is named a closer.
BJ Ryan- Ditto
Kelvim Escobar- 10-20
Brian Lawrence 15-20
raiders_umpire wrote:Tony Batista----------round 20 or so...3b depth really hurts his position.....
Lew Ford--------------round 15...i think he is going to be a real good player .....
Jason Bay------------round 8...i would not pick him this high but with his ROY honors he will be picked well before i want to pick him...
Brian Roberts--------round 12...position scarcity will send him off the boards before he should go......
Ray Durham---------round 10...again position scarcity will pick him before his actual time....
Jason Kendall--------round 20....his best days are behind him imo...
Jeremy Bonderman--round 15...he had a great last 2 months of the season, and will be a good sleeper for this year.....
Guillermo Mota------round 18...if not named closer, round 8 if he is named closer...either way u will get good stats from him but in 5x5 he is really only valuable to you if he is closing......
BJ Ryan-------------same as above....
Kelvim Escobar-----round 15...would be a great 4or 5 pitcher on a fantasy squad......
Jake Westbrook-----ditto above
Brian Lawrence------ditto above
thetongueofire wrote:seems like everyone in this thread is sleeping on Escobar. good power pitcher. almost gets a K an inning. second full season as starter, on a very good team so probably high wins. allows few HR's. his walks have gone down for the past three years. i like him.
kimchi_chigae wrote:thetongueofire wrote:seems like everyone in this thread is sleeping on Escobar. good power pitcher. almost gets a K an inning. second full season as starter, on a very good team so probably high wins. allows few HR's. his walks have gone down for the past three years. i like him.
he's too inconsistent. he can be a genius and he can have a terrible outing all in the same week. i tend to stay away from kelvin. he has great stuff, but i dunno why sometimes he forgets how to pitch. you would figure he would get more wins being an angel, but in fact he won more games in 2003 with the jays.
wins are a total crapshoot. last year he was bottom 5 in run support. chances of that happening again thsi year with the Angels are very small.
the number of walks did decline this year, but the number of HRs doubled.
lol.. you prolly read it wrong. his HR/9 last year was 0.9, which is same as Santana last year(not really that relevant tho) and better than a huge majority of SP.
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