Alex Rios Free Agent

Age: 41 (February 18, 1981) | 6' 5" | 210lbs. | Bats: Right OF-105 RF-105
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
CHA AL 2010 147 567 89 161 38 93 29 3 21 88 34 14 .284 .334 .457 6 15 .306 n/a 34 30
CHA AL 2011 145 537 64 122 27 68 22 2 13 44 11 6 .227 .265 .348 5 12 .237 42/18/39 8 9
CHA AL 2012 157 605 93 184 26 92 37 8 25 91 23 6 .304 .334 .516 4 14 .323 40/22/38 36 32
TEX AL 2013 156 616 83 171 41 108 33 4 18 81 42 7 .278 .324 .432 6 16 .311 44/21/35 38 32
TEX AL 2014 131 492 54 138 23 93 30 8 4 54 17 9 .280 .311 .398 4 18 .335 43/24/34 20 18
KC AAA 2015 4 17 2 3 0 4 1 0 1 2 0 0 .176 .176 .412 0 24 .167 n/a
KC AL 2015 105 385 40 98 15 67 22 2 4 32 9 0 .255 .287 .353 4 16 .294 40/22/38 9 9
Career 12yrs 1691 6419 885 1778 400 1117 374 63 169 794 253 77 .277 .321 .434 6 16 .310 n/a
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they can't all have upside. There's enough risk here though, that I suspect you won't have to go to $24. I think that's Peter's way of indicating he'll be bidding aggressively.

Not sure what he went for in LABR, but I'd guess in home leagues he'll be cheaper than tout leagues.
Justin Dowling BGWoodsman
Mar 13 '10
At the price Rotoman has Rios at, there isn't much upside.
Mike Gianella MikeG
Mar 13 '10
Like them or not, Rios and Wells are places where you *could* gain profit this year. Or they could fall off the face of the earth and your OF could go splat.
Mike Landau ML-
Mar 13 '10
I doubt there is a single league he'll be kept in this year for his 2009 price. So we'll all have to take a hard look at him. Does the average bounce back after a disastrous debut in Chicago? Has to, and with all else staying the same, 20-22 sounds decent.
John Brand JohnB
Mar 2 '10