RESEARCH: Are Matched pairs a viable option?

Last year in an early season industry draft, I found myself at the turn and took Dee Gordon and Giancarlo Stanton. It seemed like a good move at the time. I hoped to get a combined 40 home runs and 40 stolen bases from the pair with a matched amount of Runs and RBIs. While the actual season results were horrible, I tried to mold two differently-skilled players into a five-category contributor.

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