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Salazar

Posted: Wed May 21, 2014 7:00 am
by hargusn
Is Danny Salazar even worth a roster spot at this point? I have him in a 10 team league and could use the spot to fill in for injured players or at least speculate on saves.

Thanks!

Re: Salazar

Posted: Wed May 21, 2014 9:07 am
by Grey
Nope

Re: Salazar

Posted: Wed May 21, 2014 9:42 am
by Aceball
No. I drafter him in my 12 team Yahoo Pro league and held on as long as I could. I dropped him when the shipped him to AAA and picked up Bauer to replace him. I'd say a BIG no in a 10 team league.

Re: Salazar

Posted: Sat May 24, 2014 2:03 pm
by A2K
I have Salazar in a keeper league where keeper clocks max out at 3 years unless a player is owned before he gets to the bigs, then the life jumps to 5 years (Example: the manager who drafted Springer will get to keep him for 5 years).

Do I dump Salazar to stash Paxton, Jon Gray or Eddie Butler? Or pick up someone who could help now: Pollock, Francisco or McCarthy. Just sit tight?

11 team 5x5 yahoo

C - Mesoraco
1b - Ortiz
2b - Dee
ss - Andrus
3b - Mig
ci - Lind
mi - Bonifacio
of - Cargomez
of - Yelich
of - Lake
of - Stubbs
of - Ozuna
ut - Dickerson
bn - Abreu
bn - Zobrist
bn - Kipnis
dl - Beltran

sp - Samardzija
sp - Urban Santana
rp - Kenley
rp - Aroldis
p - perkins
p - belisario
p - W Peralta
p - Weaver
p - Hammel
bn - Niese
bn - Smyly
bn - Garza
bn - Hudson
bn - Salazar
dl - Pineda
dl - Taijuan

Re: Salazar

Posted: Thu May 29, 2014 7:29 am
by buckfever1974
I'm in that same situation. There is very little "quality" pitching in my 12 team mixed H2H league but there are large benches. I try to carry as many SPs to play matchups and stream. I loved Salazar to start the season and have been holding onto him. Jaime Garcia is available as a FA and I have both Salazar and McCarthy. I could see Salazar coming back later this year but I think we are talking a couple of months. He is going to need to show more then he has and do it for a pretty long time in the minors in my opinion. Just don't know that he is worth holding onto right now.