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His ADP being around 170, maybe this is the year he is really worth a gamble. In fact, isnt "gamble" a bit strong? At that point in the draft, he has as good a chance as anyone at being successful this year. Oakland seems like a great place to pitch...
I think the way to look at it is not his ADP, but his substitution value--in other words, who could you get instead of Sheets at that ADP? Someone healthy? Someone good? Then why play with fire? I think you can draft decent talent much later for pitching, but could find some good and needed offense at that DP.
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