A Rod fill-in

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A Rod fill-in

Postby johnwhorfin » Wed Mar 18, 2009 1:45 pm

I drafted A Rod but failed to draft a fill-in until he returns to the lineup. Out of these possible replacements, who would you advise I pick up as a free agent:
Crede
Fields
Lowell
Wigginton
Blake
Rolen

Thanks for the advice in advance.
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Re: A Rod fill-in

Postby Grey » Wed Mar 18, 2009 3:06 pm

johnwhorfin wrote:I drafted A Rod but failed to draft a fill-in until he returns to the lineup. Out of these possible replacements, who would you advise I pick up as a free agent:
Crede
Fields
Lowell
Wigginton
Blake
Rolen

Thanks for the advice in advance.


Honestly, whoever opens the season hot then just keep rotating in hot players until he returns. For right now, I'd put in Lowell, Crede, Fields, Blake, in that order.
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Re: A Rod fill-in

Postby johnwhorfin » Wed Mar 18, 2009 7:37 pm

Thanks for the advice.
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