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Beastmode Squad
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Trade help

Postby Beastmode Squad » Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:53 pm

Would you trade Kyrie and Sanders for Holiday, Pekovic and Hilario?
For Pete's Sake!...12 Team, Standard 5x5 Rotisserie, Redraft

C-J.T.Realmuto
1B-P.Goldschmidt
2B-M.Chavis
3B-E.Suarez
SS-T.Anderson
CI-P.Alonso
MI-J.Polanco
OF-J.D.Martinez
OF-Y.Puig
OF-E.Jimenez
OF-M.Kepler
OF-B.Buxton
Util-M.Olson
Bench-M.Smith, Y.Diaz, A.Riley, R.Chirinos
DL-A.J.Pollock

SP-G.Cole
SP-S.Strasburg
RP-R.Iglesias
RP-J.Hicks
P-S.Romo
P-G.Marquez
P-M.Minor
P-F.Montas
Bench-A.Reyes
DL-D.Lamet, L.Weaver
N/A-C.Kimbrel

Cheez Nasty
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Re: Trade help

Postby Cheez Nasty » Wed Jan 01, 2014 11:59 am

Depends greatly on your rosters construction and league settings. If you have an open roster spot or a replacement level guy you could cut loose then it may make sense. IF your team is already really deep then I would try to do an even 2 for 2 or 3 for 3 trade. I usually try to get the best player in the deal as there is usually plenty of talent and upside on the waiver wire.

Not knowing who you would have to drop you would win 6/9 yahoo standard league categories 6/8 espn when comparing the season stats of the 5 players listed.. There is a bit of risk with Nene as he misses a lot of games for seemingly minor injuries.

Best I can do with the info provided.


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