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10 Team Points League...what should I do now?

Postby mport1 » Mon Mar 21, 2005 10:02 am

What are your opinions on my team from a 10 team Yahoo fantasy points league? Where should I begin to improve (I know I need some better starting pitching). This is the points system: R (1), 1B (1), 2B (2), 3B (3), HR (4), RBI (1), SH (.5), SF (.5), SB (2), CS (-1), BB (1), IBB (.25), HBP (1), K (-1), E (-2), IP (3), W (10), L (-5), CG (5), SHO (10), SV (9), H (-1), ER (-1), HR (-1), BB (-1), HBP (-1), K (1), WP (-.5), BLK (-.5)

Basically closers are more valuable because there is an inning limit and they get more points per inning. Bonds is valuable because he gets extra points for IBB (he was 150 over the next OF last year).

C-A.J. Pierzynski
1B-David Ortiz
2B-Marcus Giles
3B-Aramis Ramirez
SS-Jimmy Rollins
Util-Sean Casey
OF-Barry Bonds
OF-Aubrey Huff
OF-Magglio Ordonez
OF-Brad Wilkerson
SP-Roger Clemens
SP-Roy Halliday
SP-Livan Hernandez
SP-A.J. Burnett
SP-Jeremy Bonderman
P-Jeremey Affeldt
RP-Eric Gagne
RP-Brad Lidge
Bench-Ted Lilly
Bench-Corey Koskie
Bench-Cesar Izguturis
Bench-Chone Figgens
Bench-Erubiel Durazo
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Re: 10 Team Points League...what should I do now?

Postby northjersey78 » Mon Mar 21, 2005 10:27 am

mport1 wrote:What are your opinions on my team from a 10 team Yahoo fantasy points league? Where should I begin to improve (I know I need some better starting pitching). This is the points system: R (1), 1B (1), 2B (2), 3B (3), HR (4), RBI (1), SH (.5), SF (.5), SB (2), CS (-1), BB (1), IBB (.25), HBP (1), K (-1), E (-2), IP (3), W (10), L (-5), CG (5), SHO (10), SV (9), H (-1), ER (-1), HR (-1), BB (-1), HBP (-1), K (1), WP (-.5), BLK (-.5)

Basically closers are more valuable because there is an inning limit and they get more points per inning. Bonds is valuable because he gets extra points for IBB (he was 150 over the next OF last year).

C-A.J. Pierzynski
1B-David Ortiz
2B-Marcus Giles
3B-Aramis Ramirez
SS-Jimmy Rollins
Util-Sean Casey
OF-Barry Bonds
OF-Aubrey Huff
OF-Magglio Ordonez
OF-Brad Wilkerson
SP-Roger Clemens
SP-Roy Halliday
SP-Livan Hernandez
SP-A.J. Burnett
SP-Jeremy Bonderman
P-Jeremey Affeldt
RP-Eric Gagne
RP-Brad Lidge
Bench-Ted Lilly
Bench-Corey Koskie
Bench-Cesar Izguturis
Bench-Chone Figgens
Bench-Erubiel Durazo


Well, Bonds is out for at least 6 weeks of the begninning of the season. He is only getting older and just had 2 knee surgeries. I expect a hug dropoff from him this year, especially now that he is off the roids. Expect his intentional walks to take a nose dive, too with Moises Alou batting behind him.

Magglio Ordonez had major kneer surgery last year - I'm curious to see how he responds this season. When healthy he is a stud, so hope that he is near 100%.

Gage and Lidge as your closers are great, although isn't Gagne fighting some nagging injury again? I don't think it's anything to effect him that much. And since you say closers are more valuable, Gagne and Lidge are both lights out and should be great for you.

I think Burnett and Halladay will have great come back years.

I have Clemens in my league as well, so I'm also hoping his body doesn't break down and he is close to last year's stellar stats.
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