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#1 rsn911

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 08:47 AM

I have been holding Rubio for a long while now expecting him to back to his form from last season. I still think that he might do so, but not sure when. Should I keep Rubio on the bench or trade/drop him? I am afraid that if I wait too long and he doesn't get back to form, I will have missed the oppurtunity to trade him. Some availables are Jason Kidd, Jarrett Jack, Eric Bledsoe, and Isaiah Thomas.

Other names in the free agent pool are: Tiago Splitter, Vince Carter, Ray Allen, Amir Johnson, Thabo Sefolosha, Dion Waiters, Shawn Marion, and Ersan Ilyasova.

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 09:10 AM

Considering you've held him vs the players available to you, I'd probably say hold Rubio. He's gonna take a bit of time to get back into form and he just moved into the starting line up. That said, its tough to predict how players are going to turn out after coming back from major surgery, but he's young and not a big man (which seems to make all those leg joint injuries more problematic). At worst there are some decent names on the waiver wire if needs be.

#3 rsn911

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:01 AM

Thanks Hero!! Anyone else?

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Scoring Categories: Hitting- AVG, R, SB, HR, RBI; Pitching - W, K, SV, ERA, WHIP

C - Evan Gattis
1B - Paul Goldschmidt
2B - Jason Kipnis
3B - Manny Machado
SS - Jose Reyes
MI - Devon Travis
CI - Kendrys Morales
OF - Justin Upton, Alex Gordon, Mookie Betts, AJ Pollock, Ben Zobrist

U - Miguel Sano
SP - Madison Bumgarner, Gio Gonzalez, Mike Montgomery,Stephen Strasburg, Scott Kazmir, Cole Hamels
RP - Craig Kimbrel, Kenley Jansen, Brad Boxberger

B - Steven Matz

B - Jonathan Lucroy

B - Starlin Castro

DL - Patrick Corbin


#4 Donnie99

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 10:21 AM

go for jack but his owner might not trade him for rubio considering the dorito ankle event. If you can't trade him for rubio, stick with him. he will be getting heavy minutes soon and he'll find his rhythm.

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