GreenMonsterGoon wrote:Thanks for the feedback.....
I disagree on Hudson. Look beyond just last year's stats. As do the two national sites I use. They had him as the #11 overall.
(Nomar is a longshot there, but he proves me wrong on every projection I've had on him, so I went opposite of my gut.)
I don't know what national sites you are using but I hope they're free. Hudson's never in his career been a top 11 player. Ever. The closest he came to it was a top 25 finish in '03. What this should tell you is that he would even have to do better than his 2.70 ERA and 1.08 WHIP of that season to justify such a lofty ranking. Other than that one season, he's been, at best, a top 40 player. Can he do better in '05 than he did in '03? Anything is possible, but I have a hard time seeing it now that he's pitching in Turner Field. I will say this again, taking a low K guy this high is nearly suicidal. There is no room for error and you are nearly doomed from the start. Try Rotoguys.com next time -- they'll set you straight.