Sizing Up Your Options: Grady Sizemore Out For The Season
There are 2 things you can look at:
- Best Available Outfielder covering the 5 major offensive statistical areas (R-HR-RBI-SB-AVG)
- Your team has 1 pressing need and consistently loses 1 of the 5 categories above, so you grab the best player excelling at that category.
Let’s take a look at who makes the most sense to pick up covering both these perspectives.Option I (Well Rounded Starters)
- Drew Stubbs 42/178-31-6-26-12-.236 Cincinnati Reds
- Corey Hart 43/167-23-14-35-3-.257 Milwaukee Brewers
- Jason Kubel 37/163-15-6-31-0-.227 Minnesota Twins
- JD Drew 53/193-33-6-33-1-.275 Boston Redsox
- Cody Ross 61/205-27-5-30-3-.298 Florida Marlins
- Jose Guillen 51/209-33-12-34-1-.244 Kansas City Royals
Option II (Single Stat Upgrades)
Seth Smith = Scored 19 times in the last month, huge beneficiary of Dexter Fowler’s demotion.
Fred Lewis = Scored 18 times in the last month, Leading off for a team full RBI machines.
Corey Hart = has 11 HRs in the last 30 days. Enough said.
Delmon Young = He may not have the pop we would like, but he still drove in 18 over the last month.
Hideki Matsui = More like a Gecko than Godzilla, but still hits 5th on a very good team driving in 18 over the last month.
Juan Pierre = 22 Swipes this year
Nyjer Morgan = 12 SBs in 2010 so far, and heating up
David DeJesus = 33 for his last 94 (.351)
Chris Coghlan = 36 for his last 113 (.319)
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