Starting 2B

Who to start, who to bench. Grab that WW guy? Low priced rookie or high priced stud?
ticklesack
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Starting 2B

Postby ticklesack » Wed Mar 30, 2016 9:11 pm

Do you trust Schoop or Lawrie to be your starting 2B, or would you play it safe and go with Kinsler and use one of those 2 as a backup?
13 team standard 6x6 league OPS and Holds are 6th cats. 2016 salaries listed. Add $3 to keep a player each year (prices are updated for current year). $300 cap

c- joseph $1
1b-moreland 4
2b- altuve 13
3b- Seager 13
ss - Villar 1
4 of - myers 13, chris davis 13, kemp 33, pence 31
dh- kinsler 19

4 sp- price 28, Verlander 20, Estrada 1, Porcello 1
2 rp- jansen 10, oh 1, kimbrel 30

reserve batters - crawford 4, moss 1, pagan 1, tapia 1
reserver pitchers - Pineda 10, w davis 19, hellickson 1, strasburg 22, brach 1, fister 1

nickp10281
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Re: Starting 2B

Postby nickp10281 » Thu Mar 31, 2016 7:40 am

Schoop is ranked by Grey as the #7 2B and Kinsler is the #11. I would go with Schoop as he has upside. Kinsler is a known commodity but he is more likely to fall off the cliff and get you less than what you were counting on. When in doubt go with the younger one with upside, especially in the new post Greeny, non juiced error. The stats are trending to younger players and Kinsler is probably over the hill if you ask me.
c-McCann
1b-Votto
2b-Semien
ss-Bogaerts
3b-Arenado
2b/ss-A. Russell
1b/3b-K. Bryant
of-Harper
of-B. Hamilton
of-Joc Pederson
of-Springer
of-Polanco
util-Arod



p-Kershaw
p-Cole
p-Arrieta
p-A. Wood
p-Carlos Rodon
p-Trevor Bauer
p-McHugh
p-Feliz
rp-Holland
rp-Storen
rp-A. Ramos
rp-Ziegler


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