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  1. In our keeper baseball league we can only keep 5 player leaving mekn a tough spot as I'm going to lose some top no matter what I do. Our format it weekly head to head with scoring categories HR, R, RBI, SB, K, AVG, OPS for hitters and W, L, K, ERA, WHIP, QS and SV+H for pitchers. Which of these 5 would you keep.... Andrew Benintendi Javier Baez Alex Bregman Corey Seager JT Realmuto Christian Yelich Gerrit Cole Aaron Nola Noah Syndegaard Robbie Ray I've haven't included my full roster because beyond the guys above no one else is worth keeping Any thoughts are appreciated thanks.
  2. Sorry I got that wrong it's four keeper but no more than two players can be kept at the same position. No penalties involved for keepers. Not tha setup I would go with but it's friend's league and see how it goes the first year before requesting any changes
  3. We're starting a new keeper football league this year, 14 teams, keep five players every season. We just set the draft order and I got second pick. It's snake draft so I'll be 11th pick in second round, 2nd third round etc. Who would you pick with your first round pick in this situation? I expect someone like Gurley, Bell or Johnson to go first, but I've never played with most of these guys before so someone could go offboard and grab Aaron Rodgers for all I know. I've read a few articles and list and some say go with a guy like Gurley, but I've also seen Odell Beckham and DeAndre Hopkins at the top of keeper lists. Any thoughts, or even any draft strategy tips are welcome thanks!
  4. If you're going for wins I'd go Maeda, Buehler or Price. Hill can't seem to healthy and had been erratic this season when he has pitched. Buehler's back from DL tonight, hopefully to stay this time, so may want to see how he does before deciding
  5. I'd go Winker too. More upside there and with Cincinnati not contending this year more chance he'll see playing time when compared to Williams
  6. With Syndegaard coming back I need to drop someone to take him off the DL. I most likely drop a pitcher as I also have Cespedes coming back soon and will be dropping a hitter when that happens. Here's my pitchers - and I've thrown in my hitters at the end for full disclosure on my line up Pitchers: SP - Syndergaard, Robbie Ray, Aaron Nola, Gerrit Cole, Chris Archer, Steven Matz, Andrew Heaney, Zack Wheeler, Jon Gray RP - Corey Knebel, Kelvin Herrera, Matt Barnes, Bud Norris Hitters: C: JT Realmuto 1B: Eric Hosmer, Jose Martinez 2B: Javier Baez SS: Tim Anderson, Corey Seager (DL) 3B: Alex Bregman OF: Christian Yelich, Andrew Benintendi, Gregory Polanco, Adam Eaton, Cespedes (DL) UTIL: Yoan Moncada One thing to note, in this league it's head-to-head and Save+Holds is a category giving them the same value so I'd like to keep all of my RPs. Also it's a keeper league which is why I still have Seager on my roster, which really ****** up my INF at the time he went down. Jon Gray stands out as a drop because he's at AAA, but I don't want to drop him and have him get called up a week or two later and start striking out a ton of guys on someone else's roster. After that the candidates appear to be Wheeler, Matz and Heaney. Despite him turning in a few good starts lately I'm thinking Wheeler is the one to go with. Any thoughts are welcome. Also when Cespedes comes back I'm thinking maybe dropping Hosmer as he's been s---, but that leaves me with only Martinez at 1B. Although I have heard the Mets may play Cespedes at 1B some when he returns Thanks!