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I have to admit - if he replictes the 2nd half of last season over the entire season he would be the fantasy MVP in '05 - thats the argument though - will he do it again, but this time for the entire season? -- Cornbread Maxwell
gforce1124 wrote:it might it wise to consider the steroid fiasco when discussing this point. i dont think anyone would agrue that of the number of steroid users in MLB, the vast majority are hitters as opposed to pitchers. maybe hitting stats will decline on the whole, with some steroid users becoming scared of being caught? its also almost impossible to tell which players were using and, in turn, which might see a sharp decline in stats this year if they stop (a la giambi last year?) With this in mind, might it be smart to inch santana up your draft list?
Skippyoz wrote:One more thing, the name of the thread is that Santana is the KG of Fantasy Baseball. KG is so valuable because he helps in 7 of 8 categories (and gets a three every 8-12 games. And, he's been doing this for quite some time.
Santana helps in 4 of 5 pitching categories (he probably won't get many saves). Even though he is ridiculously dominant in all four of those cats, it is still only 4 of 5.
KolbSaves wrote:Zito is God wrote:It has nothing to do with my last years prediction, I never liked the guy and I never will. If I could have a top 5 list of guys I'd want to fail miserably he'd be #1, pedro would be #2 and maybe some other guys, but yeah, Santana's bitterness was never about my wrong prediction, I hated the guy before the start of last season...
Why, what's there to hate about him?
Did you make your prediction about him failing last year because you hated him? That's pretty weak.
BurlyMan wrote:While I would be thrilled to start my staff with either one, I get the distinct impression Johan's insane 2nd half will push his draft spot too high. I love the guy, but saying he'll just roll right into 2005 on the same streak is like saying Ichiro hit .429 post break so he's going to hit at least .390 this year. Somewhere in between the law of averages kicks in.
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