kid.....When do you have to send in your keeper list? I'd keep Saunders at 1 or 6 units for next year (not sure if I understood if you were asking if you should sign him to a contract for 6 units next year). I like him as he may have turned the corner and it's worth finding out for 6 units. For sure 3-category guys go for double digits in the auction. While I share your enthusiasm for McGee (I'll be after him next year as a Rodney handcuff) I'm pretty sure you can get him back for the 10 units or less you'd sign him for.
Is that Lorenzo Cain for 15 units? Am a bit concerned he may be one of those guys who gets nagging injuries. Do you think the Twinkies keep both Span and Revere next year? Can they afford to carry to OFers without power. I think they'll trade one of them. Also think they're gonna give Parmelee a shot in the OF if he has a good ST. They like his bat. I like the Trumbo signing and I'm gonna try to trade for him during the offseason.
Not for some time - and yes I am soliciting opinions whether to extend him an additional year.
I have heard the talk about Parmalee ...in fact, I also own Parmalee at 10 units. I do feel he'll get into the mix but he'll have to prove he can do it first. Otherwise, yeah - they'll keep two speed OFs because that's all they have. It is very possible that either Span or Revere get traded - as long as Revere gets traded within the AL, I don't think it will matter too much.
Yes, that's Lorenzo ....I like what I saw of him when he was healthy and I am choosing to believe he will heal up over the winter- for the moment. As for Mc Gee? I've owned Rodney in the past and everything I've seen from him in 2012 screams "career year" to me. I also know I had to pay 12 units for Greg Holland at auction - given the dearth of talent showing up in the AL recently (especially in the OF), people have been over spending on pure spec ...which is why I don't think Mc Gee stops in the single digits. I'm mostly likely going to keep 4 OF's - but neither of the 4th OF choices will be more than 11 units.
Thanks for the feedback, CubFan.