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Trade Acuna for one of these players? WHIR

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In my 12 Team H2H Points League I have the opportunity to trade Acuna to a Braves owner. The league is a five player keeper league and because of the potential that Acuna has a strikeout percentage in the mid 20's, I am looking at offers for him.

 

I have the opportunity to acquire either Cody Bellinger, Anthony Rendon, or Starling Marte. 

 

Would any of these players be worth trading Acuna? 

 

Below is an image of offensive categories in my league. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

 

 

 

 

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I think you may be over thinking the K% a little bit, but in a keeper format I would jump on the opportunity to get Bellinger if the owner would agree to the deal. 

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31 minutes ago, Jrick45 said:

I think you may be over thinking the K% a little bit, but in a keeper format I would jump on the opportunity to get Bellinger if the owner would agree to the deal. 

 

Appreciate your input. Thank you!

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I have Bellinger - he strikes out as well.  Acuna has a decent eye - he's just pushing to hard sometimes - he works 0-2 counts back often.  

 

Bellinger is a solid return for him either way I think.  If strikeouts really matter though I'd probably go Rendon

 

***If it's a braves fan and a keeper, you could reach for more I think

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2 hours ago, DarinB300 said:

Understand the frustration of K's, but I think I would keep Acuna. If not sold on him, then I like Bellinger, then the other 2. Good luck! 

 

What he said. 

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Keep Acuna and move 3 arms for Bellinger, Marte, Rendon

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Definitely stick with Acuna. Especially in a keeper. He was the #1 prospect in baseball coming into this year and he's in the show. He's got so much room to grow as a player, you could get better.

 

 

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12 hours ago, jahweedum said:

I have Bellinger - he strikes out as well.  Acuna has a decent eye - he's just pushing to hard sometimes - he works 0-2 counts back often.  

 

Bellinger is a solid return for him either way I think.  If strikeouts really matter though I'd probably go Rendon

 

***If it's a braves fan and a keeper, you could reach for more I think

 

I appreciate your input. I am trying to make this a larger deal where I might be able to get another hitter as well.

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10 hours ago, thecomebackkid907 said:

Keep him, don't get anxious he's only 20 years old 

 

I'm definitely worried about trading him and him meeting the Trout-like expectations.

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26 minutes ago, FinalProphet said:

Definitely stick with Acuna. Especially in a keeper. He was the #1 prospect in baseball coming into this year and he's in the show. He's got so much room to grow as a player, you could get better.

 

 

 

Appreciate your help! I hope my response to your question was helpful.

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Acuna easily

 

Marte i like, but he's 29

Rendon is a .280/20/80 guy

Cody is overrated, a 30 hr .250 hitter

swing too long and hard

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