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  1. 10 team 10 PLAYER keeper league H2H: please tell me who to keep for dysnasty league (in a vacuum, positions dont matter for the hitters):

    Hitters: Joe Mauer, Eric Hosmer, Dustin Ackley, Jeter, Neil Walker, Brett Lawrie, Jason Heyward, Chris Young (OF), Carlos Quentin, Jayson Werth, Bryce Harper, Mike Trout, Brandon Belt, Dominic Brown, Moustakas….

    Pitchers: King Felix, Jared Weaver, Matt Moore, Julio Teheran….

    Comment by baseballfreak18 — September 1, 2011 @ 11:33 am

  2. I have Alexei Ramirez, Brandon Phillips, Tulo, Kipnis and Danny Espinosa in my keeper league. If you were keeping two who would you keep?

    Comment by John Robbins — September 1, 2011 @ 12:17 pm

  3. Keep: Harper, Trout, Hosmer, Ackley, Lawrie, Heyward, Felix, Weaver

    Consider: Moore, Teheran, Belt, Mauer for last 2 spots

    Cut: Jeter, Walker, Young, Quentin, Werth, Moustakas and Brown

    You’re going to let some other team in your league get very good very quickly if you don’t protect most of those stud prospects/rookies on offense.

    Jeter, Young, Quentin all have their best work behind them. Neil Walker is the new Todd Walker (upside=”meh”). Brown and Moustakas are having rough adjustments and are proving they may not be 10-teamer relevent for a while yet.

    If you can still trade swing something for a younger SS or C with Moustakas or Brown and Moore or Teheran.

    Comment by Scott — September 1, 2011 @ 12:50 pm

  4. Tulo and Alexei all day. Phillips is in very steady decline. 2B is relatively deep and you can always trade Alexei for help elsewhere.

    Comment by Scott — September 1, 2011 @ 12:53 pm

  5. Tulo and Phillips. Great Park, Great Lineup and in a Great spot in the order. Alexei will be back to batting 7th next year once they find someone to fill the whole they thought they filled with Dunn. Furthermore, although Phillips has been in the league over 3x as long, he is only 3 months older than Alexei.

    Comment by Ben — September 1, 2011 @ 3:55 pm

  6. Odd AL central response… the tigers have a winning record against the AL East and are .500 against the AL West and have dominated Texas

    Comment by Cloud Computer — September 2, 2011 @ 11:49 am

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