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Evan Gattis

Postby Barking Bears » Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:40 am

I own Evan Gattis in two leagues but he has not been playing much lately and it's affected his hitting.

Should I drop Gattis for Perez, Castro or Saltalamachhia for the ROS?

Suggestions please.

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Re: Evan Gattis

Postby bsanders06 » Sat Jun 15, 2013 10:04 am

Id drop him for salty

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Re: Evan Gattis

Postby Chris2525 » Sat Jun 15, 2013 1:27 pm

Perez easily. .300 hitter has been on a tear since he's gotten back from a family affair. He can keep this up too especially with how nice the KC lineup is around him....look at his stats over the last 15 games..... Salty is a streak player.
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Re: Evan Gattis

Postby PollardsVision » Tue Jun 18, 2013 5:58 am

Depends on your league and whether you have the flexibility to own 2 catchers or not.

If it's a daily league and you can keep Gattis around as a 2nd catcher, I'd prefer Gattis over all those guys (in fact, I cut Perez long ago and passed on the other 2 to keep Gattis around myself).

I think Gattis still has plenty of value in that scenario. You can just slide in Gattis when he starts (he's not a afraid to hit a 3-run pinch hit bomb on the days he doesn't start either). Being OF eligible is also a big plus for him. With his power potential, he makes for a great start in the OF when he starts (and your other catcher is hot and starting, or if Gattis is playing on the west coast and it's too late to get him in the C slot for the day).

If it's not that type of situation and it doesn't make sense to carry 2 C's, then I could certainly see cutting Gattis for any of those guys (whoever's hot). Except for Perez. I'm just not a fan of his, particularly in OBP leagues.
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Re: Evan Gattis

Postby karmakgb » Tue Jun 18, 2013 11:09 am

Gattis or Miguel Montero ROS?

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Re: Evan Gattis

Postby thorbs » Tue Jun 18, 2013 6:30 pm

Montero, esp in OBP leagues
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