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Postby J Allman » Mon Mar 07, 2005 9:37 am

I wanted to try something on this draft and get a good average hitters and good stolen bases. Its a roto league. Would you suggest doing this for my money league draft coming up?

C= Jason Kendall
1b - S. Casey
2b - Tony Womack
3b - C. Blake
SS- Furcal
Of - B. Abreau
Of - J. pierre
Of - D. Roberts
Ut - C. Crisp
bench - G. Jenkins

Sp - B. sheets, B. Webb, T. Lilly, C. Lee, J. Contreras, E. Milton,

Rp - J. Isringhausen, G. Moto, J. Rincon, C. Tsao, L. Alaya

With the pitchers I tried to get the ones with strikeouts and wins. Let me know if you guys would follow a format like this in a money league or would you look for guys with more power and rbi's. Thanks
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Postby jcole » Mon Mar 07, 2005 10:34 am

i would go with guys with more hr's and rbi's
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Postby davus » Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:01 pm

Sorry man, but that team is going to be hurting really bad in HR, RBI...your are not THAT solid on average and your starting pitching is pretty poor except for Sheets. You are going to have a tough time getting out of the hole you dug for yourself.

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Postby bwee763 » Mon Mar 07, 2005 7:40 pm

Sorry but that is a pretty weak team. Abreu is nice, but Blake, Womack sink the ship. Womack had a breakout year last year and I wouldnt look for similar numbers.
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