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Postby sublime8414 » Mon Mar 14, 2005 3:27 pm

I'm not very familiar with roto. I've done plenty of head to head. I was just wondering if i needed anymore sb. I usually just dump then in h2h. Also if someone could tell me about how many sb would win a league each year i'd appreciate it. I was thinking of try to trade one of the power bats in the OF and just wait until berkman comes back. Or should i wait until he comes back and see who's not playing as well and will be a bargain?

Thank you guys. I always feel like it's nice to get feedback since sometimes it's hard to evaluate your own team.
Hitters:

Posada (C)
Texiera (1b)
kent (2b)
furcal (ss)
Arod (3b)
M. Cabrera (OF)
Sheffield (OF)
C. Lee (OF)
J. Damon (util, of)
L. Berkman (bench)

Pitchers:
SP
Oswalt
Mulder
C. Zambrano
Oliver Perez
J. Bonderman
Burnett
Colon

RP
K-rod
Billy Wagner
BJ Ryan.

On a side note i decided to name my team: "Arod has purple lips"
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Postby Chilly » Mon Mar 14, 2005 3:34 pm

I don't think it could hurt to dangle some power for speed, but don't stretch to get the SB's. You should be ok with A-Rod(30), Furcal(30), Damon(20), and Lee(10). Those 4 alone should keep you right in the middle of the pack. If I was in your position I would not do anything right now.
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Postby sublime8414 » Mon Mar 14, 2005 4:14 pm

i was talking to some owners around the league pierre is on the block and one owner autodrafted and got beltran and is very low on him.. i threw them both lowball offers, but how much should i offer?
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Postby rajah » Mon Mar 14, 2005 4:17 pm

Need some more info on your league (al, nl, both?; how many teams etc), BUT

agree that you look pretty good, unless this is a very shallow league (10 team or less mixed league). In that case, you probably don't have as much power advantage as you think you do. Also, I don't know how much I would rely on Berkman for any SB help. After you analyze where you think you stand in the league, maybe you can offer someone that has speed (Crawford, Pierre et al?) one of your big bats for the speed and something else. For the moment, though, I would sit still until you get a solid grasp on the relative depth of your league and other owners strength/weakness. The season hasn't started yet - DO NOT PANIC!

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Postby sublime8414 » Mon Mar 14, 2005 11:16 pm

if i'm relying on berkman for any sb help it would be about 2 of them and it's an 8 team mixed league.
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