Re: Draft advice
So, offensively you think my team can compete as is right now, Johnny. No major deficiencies? I'm thinking about asking around to see who's interested in Coco Crisp and see what I can get for him in return. I think he'll run less in Boston (hello, Johnny Damon). On the other hand, he could hit for more power in that park, though, so I'm unsure what to expect from him. Would it be wise for me to try and target more power in a trade for him? Who would you try and get for him to make my offense better?
I like Escobar, but he is *always* coming down with some injury, that scares me somewhat. I could always pick him up and then drop him and replace him if he does get injured, and he should provide wins, which I need. I'm just hoping I don't pass on Perez and he ends up being a top 15 pitcher like he was 2 years ago.
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