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 Post subject: Where does the Rutledge love train stop?
PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:28 pm 
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Lots of love for Josh Rutledge here...based on his projections I get it. With 2B and SS as they are he is a value play at either position or MI. That said I am wondering when it is too early to pull the trigger. He is currently being drafted at 237 - Round 20 in a 12 team league. Is he worth drafting in round 15 or 18...or does he need to fall all the way to 220 to be a value pick. Anyone have thoughts...

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 Post subject: Re: Where does the Rutledge love train stop?
PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:59 pm 
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I would be fine anytime after the 15th round or so. At that point the draft is a lot of flyer type guys anyway so I don't feel you would be reaching over very many guys that are locks to be better than Rutledge.


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 Post subject: Re: Where does the Rutledge love train stop?
PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:02 pm 
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Kipnis '13 style..........I'm reaching @ 140 overall everywhere to get Rutledge but what else do you expect for a 17/20 MI who also bat north of 280 and oh yeh, in a very potent healthy lineup.

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 Post subject: Re: Where does the Rutledge love train stop?
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ESPN Sleepers/Busts out today.

Most mentioned player...drumroll...

JR (5 of the 10 'perts)

Who knew 50% of the ESPN staff read Razzball?

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Keepers 1B C Davis ($1) 3B M Cabrera ($38) MI J Segura ($1) OF M Trout ($5) OF B Harper ($5) W Myers ($4)
Scherzer ($18) J Fernandez ($0) G Cole ($1) Final Keeper ??? P Z Greinke ($22) OR OF A Jones ($22)

Team 2: 10 Team Mixed Auction 5 Keeper ESPN H2H League (50%/50% 12 categories)
CI E Longoria ($24) C Gomez ($11) D Price ($15) M Scherzer ($13)


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