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Featured Pros: Buy Low, Sell High
Thu, Apr 19
Featured Pros: Buy Low, Sell High
What one player are you trying to buy low and what type of player would you give up to get him?
Without the benefit of knowing how high or low of players we're talking about, my sell high would be Matt Chapman. This isn't to say I don't like Chapman, or wouldn't want him on my team, but he was being drafted in the 20's at his position (250's overall) and has gotten off to a roaring Top 10 Third Baseman start. The power is definitely real, but he is much closer to a .250 hitter than the one currently flirting with .300. If you can get someone to pay up for him, I'd have no qualms dangling him right now, as the averages are sure to come down.

What one player are you trying to sell high right now and who would you want in return?
I can't speak to how he is being treated in your league, but I know of several greedy owners who are ready and already offering Kenley Jansen up on the cheap. His start his been well publicized as slow, and it has been. But his manager just gave him a vote of confidence, the Dodgers should offer plenty of wins and save chances, and Closer is a woefully thin position of any confidence. Jansen has been arguably the best Closer in baseball, having averaged 43 Saves in each of the past four seasons. If you can get him for cheap now... POUNCE!

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