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Keeper league need 3

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Topic: Keeper league need 3
Posted By: dbaker
Subject: Keeper league need 3
Date Posted: 18 Feb 2014 at 5:23pm

We are in a 3 man keeper league. Out of these people who would you keep and why.

Mike Trout ( hes a given)
Adrian Beltre, Freedie Freeman, Yuseil Puig, Jay Bruce, Robbie Cano.

What are your thoughts?

Posted By: LABLUE
Date Posted: 18 Feb 2014 at 5:27pm

Like Puig also but you have Trout and no 1b. Beltre is far older than Freeman in a keeper.

Posted By: Graybear
Date Posted: 18 Feb 2014 at 11:48pm
Hard to argue with LABLUE. But I think Bruce is younger than Cano and is in a better hitting home park than Cano

Posted By: LABLUE
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2014 at 12:00am
But one is an OF and one is a 2b. Plus Cano hits 300 and Bruce 260. Id take Cano over Bruce even if they were both of's. I am not afraid of his new park either. I heard that every hr he hit last year in NYY stadium would have gone out in Seattle as well. Plus with bigger field could mean more hits falling in there.

Posted By: AnaMariaBBC
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2014 at 11:56am

Posted By: cdwils
Date Posted: 19 Feb 2014 at 1:25pm
-Trout, Cano, Freeman

-Trout is a no-brainer.

-Cano is going to be just fine in Seattle...he's a legit stud...home parks don't change that. He's going to hit for power and average in the meat of Seattle's order. He's too good to throw back.

-Freeman is just coming into his own and has many nice years ahead of him. Upside baby...

-I love Puig, but can't take him over the aforementioned...

-I'm counting on Beltre for one more good year before the regression police come knocking on his door. It may not turn out this way, but I'm not going to be the one with him on my team when it does happen...especially in a keeper league. The investment is too great to take on that risk (my personal opinion of his risk).

-Bruce is a nice source of power and RBIs, but takes a back seat to the elite guys mentioned above. If he were to hit .280-.290 it'd be a different story.

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