Too many corner baggers..

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Too many corner baggers..

Postby john » Wed May 01, 2013 12:15 pm

I'm just trying to talk this out and maybe get some trade, I currently have a plethora of corner infidels: Rizzo, Longo, Reynolds, Ramirez, Belt.

I'm thinking I need to add an arm to my rotation. So, trading one makes sense but not sure who. Belt has little value right now, Rizzo and Longo are almost too valuable to be worth it. I guess that leaves it to Ramirez and Reynolds.

Mini-donkey is seeing the ball so well, I'm a little worried about trading him. His 2009 season carried me to victory but he could just as easily return to 2010-2012 Mini-donkey. And Ramirez is consistent but old and an injury risk (obviously).

Bottom line, not sure what to do. Suggestions? Ideas?
12 team H2H (R HR RBI SB TB K OBP x IP W L SV K ERA WHIP) w/ LF RF CF -- keeper league:

C Wellington Castillo
1B Anthony Rizzo (K)
2B Jose Altuve (K)
3B Maikel Franko
SS Starlin Castro
LF Stephen Pisscotty
CF Jason Heyward (K)
RF Hunter Pence
Utl Albert Pujols
BN Delinio DeShields
BN Brett Lawrie
NA Orlando Arcia
NA A.J. Reed

SP Dallas Keuchel (K)
SP Max Scherzer (K)
SP Vince Velasquez
RP Shawn Tolleson
RP Jake McGee
P Matt Moore
P Nathan "About to Drop Him" Eovoldi
P Tanner Roark
BN Yordano Ventura
BN Kevin Gausman
BN Stream
DL Eduardo Rodriguez

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Re: Too many corner baggers..

Postby Mauddib » Wed May 01, 2013 2:15 pm

Trade them if you can get decent value for them. I wouldn't stress about Reynolds. He is who he is. Lots of power but not much else plus he is streaky. So yes he is hot which just means it is a good time to deal him off.

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