There are better BABS options for some high-priced players

by Doug Gruber

The BABS roster construction plan comes with a set of well-defined asset targets. BABS sets the bar at a minimum of 35 hitter assets, which equates to 2 1/2 assets per hitter. For pitchers, the goal is 14 assets, of which 12 come from our SPs and two save assets from our RPs. That makes 49 assets across 23 total roster positions.

These aggressive objectives force you to focus on players with strong, multiple asset profiles, yet the market often pushes up players who are not as helpful. BABS believes it is perhaps . . .

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