Johnny Tuttle

Cano/Verdugo for Soler

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I believe in Soler more so than I do in a round earth.

 

Is this too much to buy him high?

 

12 team, h2h dynasty with OPS/holds:

 

C: Posey

1B: Goldy

2B: Rizzo

3B: Manny

SS: Correa

LF: Stanton

CF: Marte

RF: Bryant

UTIL: Votto

UTIL: Turner

 

BN: Rendon, Russell, Cano, Upton

 

P are good.

 

Prospects are 

Santiago superStarrs

Austin Meadows, OF, PIT

Anthony Alford, CF, TOR

Brady Aikens, SP, CLE

Fernando Tatis, Jr., SS, SD

Kyle Lewis, CF, SEA

Alex Verdugo, OF, LAD

Jorge Mateo, SS, OAK

Riley Pint, SP, COL

Yusniel Diaz, OF, LAD

Roman Quinn, CF, PHI

Kevin Maitan, SS, LAA

Jo Adell, LAA

Daz Cameron, CF, Det

Cristian Pache, CF, ATL

Dylan Cease, SP, CHW

Micky Moniak, OF, PHI

Eric Fedde, SP, WAS

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In a dynasty I would take the gamble for his age, pedigree and what looks like a breakout...

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I wouldn’t do It. Cano’s been injury free and has a game that will age well. Thanks for mine

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The Cubs hated to trade Soler away, since they figured had the potential. He looks like he is having a break out season. I would take a gamble on him. Good luck!

 

 

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I don’t know seems too much to me. Verdugo has a lot of potential and Cano is a proven bat. What if this breakout isn’t sustainable?

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Seems excessive as you wouldn't start Soler anyways.  You have a contending team so I rather keep Cano for depth purposes and having a quality fill in on Rizzo's off days.  I can see a rebuilding team talking itself into that type of trade.

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I agree this seems way excessive for an initial offer for Soler, but if you think at that price you're getting a bargain, then I won't stop you. 

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Seems like a lot for an unproven commodity - the evidence is there that it's sustainable, but it's a gamble

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I think you're giving up too much on this deal. Maybe walk it back some and only go with this offer if you must.

 

 

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Wouldn't do it. Soler is good but I also  think he faced a lot of lefties during his hot streak which was always his strength. His value is probably at a peak right now. I don't think he will regress to last year but probably some. Price could drop.

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Keep you're bats, counter and move an arm for Soler 

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On 5/9/2018 at 7:29 PM, Johnny Tuttle said:

Thanks very much for the advice, folks: I walked away from it.

 

Here's my new one:

 

 

Soler deal better

losing Upton at 30, way bigger loss then Cano at 35, who's slugging has dropped

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2 hours ago, HOOTIE said:

Soler deal better

losing Upton at 30, way bigger loss then Cano at 35, who's slugging has dropped

 

Thank you, Hootie, but these were two different leagues: in the league I dealt Upton, I had no other 2B option than Cano, and I had had Acuna, Braun, and Soler already for OF depth behind Trout, Harper and Bryant.

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