Hill would have more up and down side. With Hudson, you know what you will get.
Comment by Jeff Zimmerman — August 24, 2011 @ 12:53 pm
Lawrie has never played an MLB game at 2b and shouldn’t (nor will ever) qualify under any eligibility system. CBS and, I guess, ESPN list him at 2b, but we have a saying: don’t play lawyer ball, son.
Comment by Steve Balboni — August 24, 2011 @ 1:00 pm
No one mentions Hudsons SBs. He has the most SB of his professional career and just added one last night making him have 18. For a second baseman that is great, especially from someone who I have for $6 in an auction league. Also look at his .348 OBP. This will allow him to steal more and score more. Pretty much a great pick up right now and maybe worth a keeper if you got him cheap enough. I want him to get 25 SB. If so what a beast!!
well, he also qualifies at Yahoo, so that’s at least three major fantasy sites (CBS, ESPN, Yahoo) in which he qualifies as 2B eligible. So, since this is a FANTASY article and he DOES qualify at 2B, what is the point of your comment exactly?
The biggest reason for Darwin’s surge in ownership is probably his SS eligibility. SS is pretty shallow outside the top players and many of them have been on the DL lately. (Reyes, Rollins, HanRam, etc.).