Waiver Upgrades or stand pat?

Who to start, who to bench. Grab that WW guy? Low priced rookie or high priced stud?
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Waiver Upgrades or stand pat?

Postby phorts » Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:51 pm

My team is in sig. All in all I seem to be fine. A little light on sb and RBI but winning each week. Stanton is hurting me but not much I can do there. Espinosa is the big killer and Im wondering if the available SPs on the wire would be better than Niese and/or Ryu.

Here are the top FA 2B and SS since I could move rutledge to either position:

2B: Yuniesky,M. Young, Kipnis, Gyrko
SS: B Crawford, Alexei, Simmons, Hardy, Marwin Gonzales

And the top FA SPs:

SP: Wandy, Fernandez, Pettite, Corbin, De La Rosa, Haren

Would you make any moves?
10 Team Yahoo H2H 5x5

C - Lucroy
1B - Fielder
2B - Gyorko
3B - Longo
SS - Andrus
OF - A Jones
OF - C. Gomez
OF - A Rios
UTIL - A. Gordon
Bench: Dee Gordon
SP - Scherzer, Cobb, Ryu, Liriano, Samardzija, Kluber, Garza
RP - Cishek, Frieri, Perkins

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Re: Waiver Upgrades or stand pat?

Postby sockdeuce » Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:07 pm

not really, kipnis if you have a bench spot...

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Re: Waiver Upgrades or stand pat?

Postby diggs1228 » Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:21 pm

I'd rather have Crawford at short...and I think both Corbin and de la are better than Niese. Segura may be someone else to keep an eye on, for ss that is.

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