Selling low on Halladay

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Selling low on Halladay

Postby Dingbat » Tue Apr 09, 2013 8:50 am

Time to do it, or am I better off waiting for him to right the ship? I was thinking about trying to package him with Jose Fernandez for another struggling potential ace, or just sending him alone for a lower-ceiling guy

Other underperforming pitchers:

A. No way in hell owners are selling
- Hamels
- Cain
- Price

B. More likely sellers, but still drafted too high to be available so soon
- Gallardo
- Dickey
- Weaver

C. Available, but meh
- Josh Johnson
- Kuroda
- Haren
10-Team Roto, 7x7 (5x5 + H,OPS,K/BB,QS)

C: Evan Gattis
1B: Edwin Encarnacion
2B: Brian Dozier
SS: Troy Tulowitzki
3B: Manny Machado
OF: Jose Bautista
OF: Charlie Blackmon
OF: Melky Cabrera
UT: Anthony Rizzo
UT: Ben Revere
BN: Gregory Polanco, Brandon Belt, Josh Harrison

SP: Jordan Zimmermann
RP: Koji Uehara
P: Hisashi Iwakuma
P: Masahiro Tanaka
P: Hyun-jin Ryu
P: Joaquin Benoit
P: Jenrry Mejia
P: Brad Boxberger
BN: Jake McGee, Matt Shoemaker, Danny Salazar, Brandon McCarthy

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Re: Selling low on Halladay

Postby Pacochu » Tue Apr 09, 2013 9:01 am

It comes down to your needs and depth. Halladay is looking tired and needs to change up his game. That will take time, but he probably can be serviceable. I'd move him if possible. I don't know what you can get for him though. I know I would trade for him.

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