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Difficult dynasty trade

Posted: Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:17 pm
by AdmiralTrey
I'm having a hard time pulling the trigger on this dynasty trade...

I receive: Clayton Kershaw, Jonathan Schoop, Wade Davis
I send away: Chris Sale, Corey Seager, Jackie Bradley Jr.

I'm in 1st place by 4 games currently. I won last year and I want to repeat, but Scooter Gennett isn't the 2B I want to rely on in the future and Trea Turner won't be 2B eligible next year, so Schoop is an important add... I value Kershaw over Sale without any reservations and JBJ is replaceable, but am I right in being very hesitant to trade away Corey Seager in a dynasty? Ultimately next year I'll have Turner and Arcia for SS and basically no 2B. I'm trying to plan ahead without hurting my chances of winning this year. With Freeman and Arenado locked in at 1st and 3rd I have Rendon and Abreu sitting in UTL... Next year with updated eligibility I'd be looking at Abreu, Rendon, Sano, and either Trea Turner or Seager for my two UTL spots with two of them wasting on the bench.

Also, this league is a 6X6 H2H with OBP being the extra offensive category (Seager far outshines Schoop in walks but Schoop seems to be getting better at taking walks). What are y'all's thoughts? An alternative offer was also made of Kershaw and Schoop for Strasburg, Sale, and Billy Hamilton...

My team:

C - Wilson Ramos
1B - Freddie Freeman
2B - Scooter Gennett
3B - Nolan Arenado
SS - Corey Seager
OF - Miguel Sano
OF - Billy Hamilton
OF - Christian Yelich
OF - Steven Souza
UTL - Jose Abreu
UTL - Anthony Rendon

Bench: Orlando Arica, Jackie Bradley Jr., Nomar Mazara, Yasiel Puig, Raimel Tapia
DL: Trea Turner, Byron Buxton

SP - Chris Sale, Steven Strasburg, Gerrit Cole, Jose Berrios, Jon Gray, Steven Matz, Blake Snell, Sean Manaea
RP - Hector Neris, Santiago Casilla, Dellin Betances, David Phelps, Ryan Madson, Brad Boxberger, Chad Green

DL - Garrett Richards, Jeurys Familia, Joe Ross

Re: Difficult dynasty trade

Posted: Sun Jul 23, 2017 7:51 am
by Grey
Sounds fair, don't really see the point