Moore Regression Police

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Moore Regression Police

Postby kevo252 » Wed May 15, 2013 8:41 am

Now, granted, I am a Moore apologist and advocate who has owned him in my main league all three years he has been in the majors, but isn't it getting a little out of hand with all of the advice "fantasy experts" are giving us to sell Moore?

Sure, he has a high strand rate, a high BB %, etc. But isn't he still the same pitcher that everyone loved pre-season and all through his minor league career? I'll admit, if you can get Verlander for him, sell him. But I am guessing that the majority of us do not play in leagues where that is an option.

Even if Moore "regresses" and pitches like he did last night more often than not, don't we still have a pretty damn good (perhaps top-20) starting pitcher on our hands?

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Re: Moore Regression Police

Postby bsanders06 » Wed May 15, 2013 8:50 am

I Wouldnt be actively trying to sell him but if the deal was sweet enough i would.. im not just in love with any player.. anyone offers me a good enuff deal and anyone is expendable.

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Re: Moore Regression Police

Postby microwave donut » Wed May 15, 2013 1:21 pm

I love it when they put it in the ESPN player blurb "so and so's underlying statistics do not support his performance and he is bound to regress, sell high" like the person you're trying to trade with won't click and read it too.

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