Grey's 2014 top 200...

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Grey's 2014 top 200...

Postby Titan » Tue Mar 19, 2013 6:03 am

How would you rank or who would be your best bet to be in Grey's top 200 in 2014?

I plan to draft at least 2 of this group with my 23rd and 24th round picks next week. Per our league rules, if they stay on my roster all year, I can keep them (max 2 players) for 3 rounds (20th and 21st) better in 2014.

If any of the group below make a big impact this year and get into your 2014 top 200, I’ll have a couple steals on my hands. Most of these are from the Razzball top 25 keeper post. I eliminated some based on personal preference, and added Pineda, Beachy and Carp for comparison.

My gut says to take a chance on two of the SP’s, but which two would you recommend (or do you think one of the hitters will make a huge jump this year?)

Scoring system is ESPN 6x6 (OPS & Holds)
1. SP: Trevor Bauer
2. SP: Shelby Miller
3. SP: Dan Straily
4. SP: Michael Pineda
5. SP: Brandon Beachy
6. SP: Gerrit Cole
7. SP: Wily Peralta
8. SP: Tyler Skaggs
9. SP: Julio Teheran
10. OF: Adam Eaton
11. OF: Leonys Martin
12. OF: Wil Myers
13. OF: Oscar Taveras
14. 1B/3B: Mike Olt
15. 1B/OF: Mike Carp
16. RP: Bruce Rondon
10 TM WEEKLY HTH $$ Yahoo 6x6 (most categories gets 1 win) each week
(RUN, HR, RBI, AVE, NetSB and OPS)
(1) C: B.McCann
(1) 1B: Freeman
(1) 2B: Schoop
(1) SS: T.Anderson
(1) 3B: Rendon
(3) OF: K.Bryant, Bellinger, Puig
(2) UT: Pham, Castellanos (Albies, Acuna)
(0-2) DL: Zunino, W.Myers

(WIN, SAVE, ERA, WHIP, K's and HOLDS) (20-IP min)
(3-5) SP: McCullers, Tanaka, Bauer (Corbin, J.Gray, Wacha)
(3-5) RP: Kenley, A.Miller, Giles, A.Bradley, Betances (Minter)

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Re: Grey's 2014 top 200...

Postby Mauddib » Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:27 am

Beachy and Taveras. With Myers just behind these two. Beachy is the one that I am sure will leap back into being a top 30 SP next year. TJ surgery is never a sure thing but so many pitchers come back to where they were or close to it and I would be on him being just fine.

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