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  1. I'm beginning to lean towards this strategy in my 10 team 2 QB league. There are several WR's I like in the 4-6 range, but RB's may be a crapshoot at that point. I may actually go RB-RB (2 of Freeman, Gordon, McCoy and Murray) from the 5th spot, and load up on some WR's after that with good upside.
  2. For those of you picking him up, are you in redraft or keeper leagues? Curious what your thoughts are for ROS, considering we need to balance potential with uncertainty regarding playing time for this year.
  3. I haven't been able to watch any of his games, does he appear to be over his injury completely? Only reason I ask is because I have a Met owner desperately trying to get Conforto from me for him, but something is making me leary about Thames (and no, I am not asking for opinions about the trade offer!).
  4. Surprised there isn't more talk about this guy...has given up 2 or fewer runs in 7of last 9 starts, ERA inflated due to an 8 run debacle at Phi. Gave up only 2 runs @ Was and @ Col, 1 run @ Tor. Great game today with 9k's.
  5. I'm sitting...he was great in his last outing vs SF, but Coors Field is just too dangerous.
  6. I have Conforto, and was offered Thames for him (from a huge Mets fan). Who do you like better for the rest of the season? thank in advance!
  7. Drop for me also....I have played the waiting game in the past and it almost never works out, just burning a roster spot. Thanks for the help with mine.
  8. Wanting to take a flyer on one of these two guys (yes, Bird was dropped). Who would you pick up?
  9. Now that he has officially earned a spot in the rotation, anyone have updated projections for him?
  10. I noticed that as well....I think Altuve was ranked in the 20's when I last checked 😳
  11. Looking at the player list, all of the "draftable" RP's are only RP eligible; I seem to remember quite a few over the past years that were dual eligible, but not this year. It's probable that most of the dual eligible were actual SP's that carried RP status from the prior year after being moved from the bullpen to starter. Approximately mid year last season, I was getting consistently beaten in SVs due to not investing in high cost RP's and injuries/demotions. So I unloaded my remaining RP's and went with an all SP rotation. I was surprised to find that from that point on I shot up the standings due to the bump in W's and K's (winning those categories in H2H each week). I will probably go that route again; was only considering the all RP strategy because I was anticipating a copycat approach from my league mates and wanted to counter it.
  12. For those of you employing the all RP strategy, how many slots do you have available to use for an RP? We only have 4 (2 RP and 2 P slots); I don't think starting 4 RP's would give me enough of an advantage to "guarantee" winning SVs, ERA AND WHIP.
  13. Good info! The issue I foresee in Yahoo leagues (at least in ours) is only having 4 spots available for RP's (2 RP slots, 2 P slots). May not have enough volume to guarantee winning SV's each week.
  14. So did how many RP's did you draft, and did you draft any SP's? Last year, I punted saves and did not keep any RP's, and won our regular season championship. A comment was made on the message board about how my "unique" strategy paid off; I am anticipating some copycats this year. So, I'm looking to "zig" while they are "zagging." But I'm a little skittish about punting 2 categories...
  15. Ty and Ebron, thanks for helping with mine!