keeper valuation

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keeper valuation

Postby Beardawg » Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:53 pm

Should I be more concerned with the difference between a keeper contract value and what I would expect their auction value to be, or the diff between the contract price and his projected end of season value?
11 team 6 x 6 (ops, holds) auction ($240) 9 keepers

30 man roster
C, 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, MI, CI, OF, OF, OF, UTIL
9 P, 8 BN, 4 DL

C. Lucroy
1: Encarnacion
2: Wong
S: Tulo
3: Frazier
CI: Bryant
MI: DeShields
O: A. Jones
O: Brantley
O: Marte
O: T. Hunter
U: Freeman

BN: Choo, Tucker, Ganett

SP: Scherzer, Archer, Kluber, Salazar, Streamer, Streamer
RP: Rondon, Boxberger, Tolleson, Watson, Siegrist, Strickland, Osuna, W. Smith, J. Jeffress, Doolittle

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Re: keeper valuation

Postby Mauddib » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:43 am

Contract vs probable auction price.

You should try and keep guys who are cheaper than what they would go for at auction. No real sense in keeping a guy who will cost you the same whether you keep him or get him at auction.

The auction is where you try and get a guy who will go cheaper than his end of season value.

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