Approaching Prestige Level 25...

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Leaning Rameriz to play at 1B, because, switch hitter.

Should I say screw the switch hitting and get Thames because he rips either way?

I have Murphy playing 1st now and Eddie Murray/McCovey as well.

Def not taking Springer...

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Both are very good but I enjoyed the flexibility of Ramirez taking him first. It really is a different of hitting the ball 425 versus 450.

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Thames is the closest thing we got to a juiced up Barry. 100% take that card for both of us 🙂 especially if your plan was to play Jo-ram at 1st

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Who do you have at 2nd? Because that is easily the best spot for Ramirez

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We have a free belli at first now. I took Ram and he has been better than I anticipated

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@the_dragon1912 said in Approaching Prestige Level 25...:

Who do you have at 2nd? Because that is easily the best spot for Ramirez

Prestige Brian Roberts and he is doing great for me. 2020 version of 2019 Alomar.

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I'm still silver 72...

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@GiantsXLII said in Approaching Prestige Level 25...:

Leaning Rameriz to play at 1B, because, switch hitter.

Should I say screw the switch hitting and get Thames because he rips either way?

I have Murphy playing 1st now and Eddie Murray/McCovey as well.

Def not taking Springer...

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I took Thames and I don’t regret it.

I’ll be going Thames-JRam-Springer

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Thames is just awesome, plus he can help you in the event right now if you play it.

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Thames hits lefties just fine so I went with him. Belli's D is too good for 1B so he holds down LF for me

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I've only used J-Ram in BR and he was a lineout machine. Small sample size though. I want to get some more at bats with each before deciding who I take. My gut says Thames - JRam - Springer

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Thames man, don’t think twice about it.

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I really think you can't go wrong with any of them. My advice is to just look at your team now, and look at options on your weakest positions.

I ended up taking Thames, because my lineup is righty heavy, and he's an upgrade over my current 1st baseman (McCovey). Through 125ish at bats I'm not disappointed. He's hitting over .400 for me, and I'm about a .280 to .310 hitter with most of my guys.

J-Ram is tempting because he's so versatile, both position wise and because he's a switch hitter. I'm stacked at every position though, and he really wasn't a big upgrade at any of them. Springer is tempting because he's so well rounded, but my outfield is stacked, and the outfield in general is going to be stacked this year.

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