2007 Roti Dollar Values


These are prices for standard single-league rotisserie leagues using a $260 budget and playing with five hitting and five pitching categories.

 Catcher TM $$   Notes
Joe Mauer MIN 29 Poised for another MVP run.
Victor Martinez CLE 25 Model of consistency has another career year left.
Mike Piazza OAK 17 Will thrive as full-time DH.
Ramon Hernandez BAL 14 Don't pay for '06 production.
Kenji Johjima SEA 14 Expect repeat of '06 performance.
Jorge Posada NYY 14 Still among game's elite backstops.
Ivan Rodriguez DET 12 Durable veteran in offensive decline.
Jason Varitek BOS 9 Should bounce back from rough '06.
A.J. Pierzynski CWS 9 Stable production in recent years.
Gregg Zaun TOR 8 Underrated veteran a top sleeper option.
Gerald Laird TEX 5 Potent bat will be given chance to shine.
Jason Kendall OAK 5 Learn from A's: don't overpay.
Michael Napoli ANA 4 Poor average, defense put playing time in doubt.
Dioner Navarro TB 3 Expect continued strides at plate.
John Buck KC 2 Last name indicates approximate value.
Jason LaRue KC 1 Headed for another backup role in KC.
Mike Redmond MIN 1 Career backup unlikely to match career year.
Kelly Shoppach CLE 1 At-bats scarce for Victor Martinez's backup.
Jose Molina ANA 1 Crowded depth chart renders situation uncertain.
Toby Hall CWS 1 Same old empty song and dance.
Doug Mirabelli BOS 1 To reprise role as Tim Wakefield's personal catcher.
Jeff Clement SEA 1 Has power but needs more Triple-A seasoning.
George Kottaras BOS 1 Unlikely to make impact until '09.
Kurt Suzuki OAK 1 Will be ready to replace Jason Kendall in '08.
 Catcher TM $$   Notes
Brian McCann ATL 26 Excellent '06 production not a fluke.
Michael Barrett CHC 16 Good bet to finish with career-best numbers.
Russell Martin LA 12 Good bet to fulfill big-time talent.
Dave Ross CIN 12 Power bat on verge of breakout.
Josh Bard SD 12 Will capitalize on regular playing time.
Johnny Estrada MIL 10 Needs to rediscover plate patience to sustain production.
Ronny Paulino PIT 9 Average to stay put, power to come.
Bengie Molina SF 9 Power to drop at AT&T Park.
Paul Lo Duca NYM 9 Good for another run at .300.
Chris Iannetta COL 7 Offensive-minded catcher in Coors: do the math.
Miguel Olivo FLA 5 Poor batting eye has caught up with him.
Miguel Montero ARI 4 Should see plenty of PT with Johnny Estrada gone.
Carlos Ruiz PHI 4 Barajas signing severely limits value.
Yadier Molina STL 2 Postseason hero poised for improvement.
Rod Barajas PHI 2 Could be in platoon with Carlos Ruiz.
Ryan Doumit PIT 2 May be too brittle to handle catching duties.
Mike Lieberthal LA 2 Still has pop, but now a backup.
Brian Schneider WAS 2 Can't blame RFK Stadium for meager production.
Eliezer Alfonzo SF 2 Back to backup duty for undisciplined bat.
Javier Valentin CIN 1 Still has power, but plate discipline fading.
Brad Ausmus HOU 1 Veteran's bat on life support.
Damian Miller MIL 1 Has never accumulated 400 at-bats in one season.
Javy Lopez FA 1 Like pop singer, this "J-Lo" also in decline.
Chris Snyder ARI 1 Will face lefties in platoon with Miguel Montero.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia ATL 1 Will need trade or position switch following rough '06.
Neil Walker PIT 1 Switch-hitting catcher a year away.
J.D. Closser MIL 1 Long shot to make Brewers roster.
Brandon Harper WAS 1 Only 41 big-league at-bats under belt.
Brayan Pena ATL 1 Contact hitter's future with Atlanta on bench.
Henry Blanco CHC 1 Repeat of 2006 production unlikely.
Yorvit Torrealba COL 1 Rox' likely No. 2 catcher has little value.
Chris Coste PHI 1 Phils' No. 3 backstop not worth a look.


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