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Krispie Young

Postby haverjus » Wed Jul 07, 2010 6:41 pm

Grey, or anyone else, is Krispie really this good? I am thinking about dealing for him as keeper for next year but I'm not completely convinced he is quite this good. Can anyone convince me?

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Re: Krispie Young

Postby JimmyD1979 » Wed Jul 07, 2010 6:43 pm

He's always had the talent, it is just a matter of him putting it all together.

Take a look at his 2007, and to a lesser extent 2008 numbers. He's done it before.

I think his average might drop to around .250-.260, but he can easily hit 35 bombs and steal 25 bags again....
12 team deep league

C (2): C. Santana, JP Arencibia
1B: Ad. LaRoche
2B: I. Kinsler
3B: A. Ramirez
SS: Tulowitzki
CI: Mark Reynolds
MI: Jose Reyes
OF (5) : Josh Hamilton, Cody Ross, Delmon Young, Josh Reddick, Luke Scott
Util: R. Furcal
SP (4): CC Sabathia, Anibal Sanchez, Ricky Romero, Mat Latos, Jarrod Parker, C. Capuano, Zambrano
RP (4): Motte, Santiago Casilla, Brett Myers, Scott Downs
DL: Berkman, Ryan Howard, Chase Utley

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Re: Krispie Young

Postby AdmiralTrey » Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:40 pm

Agreed with Jimmy; it's not like he hasn't put up 30/30 like numbers before, and he's only 26, so he still has room for improvement.

12 Team H2H, 4 unrestricted keepers
C - Mike Napoli
1B - Eric Hosmer
2B - Jedd Gyorko
3B - Todd Frazier
SS - Jhonny Peralta
OF - Ryan Braun
OF - Mike Trout
OF - Shin-Soo Choo
UTL - Brett Lawrie
UTL - Adam LaRoche
Bench - Austin Jackson
DL - Aaron Hill Hanley Ramirez

SP - Clayton Kershaw, Madison Bumgarner, Ubaldo Jimenez, Jhoulys Chacin, Ervin Santana
RP - Glen Perkins, Heath Bell, Jose Veras, Ernesto Fireri, Edward Mujica, Carlos Marmol, J.J. Putz

RCL - Cracking the WHIP - Admiral Trey
C - Yadier Molina
1B - Albert Pujols
2B - Jose Altuve
3B - Jedd Gyorko
SS - Jimmy Rollins
MI - Everth Cabrera
CI - Justin Morneau
OF - Jason Heyward, Shin-Soo Choo, Michael Morse, Nick Swisher, Ben Revere
UTL - Kendrys Morales
Bench - Garrett Jones, David Freese

SP - Justin Verlander, Cliff Lee, Ryan Dempster, Ubaldo Jimenez
RP - Jonathan Papelbon, John Axford, Glen Perkins, Ryan Cook, David Robertson

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Re: Krispie Young

Postby Deltron » Thu Jul 08, 2010 10:30 am

In my league, Krispie's biggest issue is striking out. If he can walk more and strikeout less, he could become more than a #2/#3 outfielder.
12-teamer, H2H, points, 4 keepers.
Hitters: +1 single, +2 dbl, +3 trpl, +4 HR, +1 RBI, +1 run, +1 BB/HBP, -1 K, +2 SB, -1 CS
Pitchers: +1.5 IP, +1 K, -1 BB/HBP, +5 W, -3 L, +4 S, -2 BS, +3 CG, +10 shutout
Start one player at each position + utility, 4 SPs, 2 RPs. 8 reserves.

C: K. Schwarber
1B: Votto
2B: Dozier
3B: Carpenter
SS: Suarez
OF: Bautista, Braun, Cespedes
U: one of Teixeira, Odor
SP: four of J. Shields, Pineda, Carrasco, Salazar, Samardzija, Heston, McCullers, Bartolo
RP: two of D. Robertson, F. Rodriguez, Osuna

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Re: Krispie Young

Postby bandwgn09 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 12:04 pm

As a rookie he went 32/27 and hit .237. He then crapped himself the next two years. Now he is returning to his rookie form. That is what you get when you have a lifetime batting average of .240 and strike out 26 % of the time.
Basically he should be called the Krispie Donkey. To answer your question, I don't think he is as good as his numbers indicate.

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