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LSU-MNCBABY
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Keep 2 for fantasy baseball

Ryan Braun obviously is 1 of them. If I dont keep 2 then I have a pick in that 2nd round, but I have the first pick in the draft, so would pick last in that round if others do not keep 2 players as well.

Ryan Braun
Josh Hamilton
Ian Kinsler
Yu Darvish
David Price

League is the standard 10 categories, but is just 1 win or loss for the week depending on who wins the majority of the categories.

Just not sure its worth keeping Hamilton this year, think a better player may be available in drafting that isn't kept by someone else.

Thanks for the help
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CQQ
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Feb 2006
13234 posts

re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
Need scoring settings but Price seems to be the obvious choice for me


LSU-MNCBABY
USA Fan
#3
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14983 posts

re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
Scoring settings:

Batting

Batting Average (AVG) Home Runs (HR)
Runs Scored (R) Runs Batted In (RBI)
Stolen Bases (SB)

Pitching

Earned Run Average (ERA) Strikeouts (K)
Walks plus Hits Per Innings Pitched (WHIP) Wins (W)
Saves (SV)


CQQ
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Feb 2006
13234 posts

re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
I've never played in a scoring system like this. So there's 10 categories. You win 6 of those, you win your match up for the week? What if it's 5-5? I'd definitely keep Price. You have a player that will contribute to all 5 hitting categories and a player to contribute to 4/5 pitching to build around.


LSU-MNCBABY
USA Fan
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
5-5 would be a tie. It's very strange, first time I played was last year. There is also a 8 pitcher starts cap on starting pitching. I really think this year I'm going to go pitcher heavy


CQQ
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Feb 2006
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
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There is also a 8 pitcher starts cap on starting pitching.


Can you explain this? So you can keep Price but only insert him into your lineup 8 times?


LSU-MNCBABY
USA Fan
#3
Member since Jan 2004
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
no its a per week thing, you can only start 8 pitchers a week. Anything more than that (aside from relief appearances) does not count for the week.


SportzIQ3235
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2005
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
I'm in a 7x7 with the same weekly win setting. We add OPS and Hits (not a lot of sense there) and then QS and Ls for pitching.

Who would you project the others keeping? What is your draft position? Who will be available when you draft?

I have never seen the best pitching staff win a title in our leagues history. Especially when the playoffs start and your staff throws once a week just based on their schedules. I'd prefer having the best hitters playing 6 games a week than a pitcher throwing an average of 1.5


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papz
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
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It's very strange, first time I played was last year.


This is standard scoring. It's strange that that was the first time you've ever played it.

Braun and Hambone


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RunLindsayRun
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LaGrange
Member since Sep 2012
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
I say you keep Braun and Ham then load up in pitching during the draft


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GeauxTigersLee
LSU Fan
Providence
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Keep 2 for fantasy baseball
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Ryan Braun
Josh Hamilton

Best 2 players of the group imo.

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Just not sure its worth keeping Hamilton this year, think a better player may be available in drafting that isn't kept by someone else.
Only way this happens is it someone has 3 top 20 players on their roster or someone decides to keep a player outside the top 20. Don't see Hamilton falling past the 2nd round.


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