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Postby Demented Avenger » Sat Apr 09, 2005 8:41 pm

This is only a 6-team league. I think my offense if pretty solid, but the pitching could use some help.

1B - Teixeira
2B - Kent
3B - Rolen
SS - Tejada
OF - Beltran
OF - Sheffield
OF - Damon
Util - Chone Figgins

SP - Pedro Martinez
SP - Olandis Perez
RP - Benitez
RP - Jose Mesa
P - Hudson
P - Halladay
P - Zito

BN - Barry Bonds
BN - Jason Kendall
BN - Ryan Freel
BN - Chad Cordero
BN - Javier Vazquez

What do you guys think?
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Postby JDD » Sun Apr 10, 2005 1:14 am

I think the only thing wrong with your draft is you should have drafted six more managers to play with you.
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Postby brycehearn » Sun Apr 10, 2005 9:14 am

Good team, you won't hurt for HR's.

Main question: Olandis Perez? you mean Oliver or Odalis? World of difference there. Odalis is solid innings eater, K's some people, but won't blow you away. Oliver is a young stud w/ serious talent. If you're in a partial keeper league, consider this guy. I know he's been shaky in first 2 starts, but his K's are ridiculous (11/9IP last year.)

What you'll find in a 6 team league is alot of talent in free agents. You can move weaker bench players to 'play the hot hand.' Right now, Xavier Nady is smoking but I bet nobody's got him in your league. He will play for now as Roberts and EY are hurt, but could be back on the bench later. Perhaps he'll convince management that he's worth playing?

I wouldn't worry about your team too much, but keep an eye out for young pitching talent. Watch Haren, Lowry, R Lopez, and Horacio Ramirez.

good luck!


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Postby loosechange75 » Sun Apr 10, 2005 10:28 am

agreed atleast 2 more managers i hate leagues with less then 8 really cant tell who has the best team since they all have all stars
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Postby Demented Avenger » Sun Apr 10, 2005 6:03 pm

brycehearn wrote:Good team, you won't hurt for HR's.

Main question: Olandis Perez? you mean Oliver or Odalis? World of difference there. Odalis is solid innings eater, K's some people, but won't blow you away. Oliver is a young stud w/ serious talent. If you're in a partial keeper league, consider this guy. I know he's been shaky in first 2 starts, but his K's are ridiculous (11/9IP last year.)

What you'll find in a 6 team league is alot of talent in free agents. You can move weaker bench players to 'play the hot hand.' Right now, Xavier Nady is smoking but I bet nobody's got him in your league. He will play for now as Roberts and EY are hurt, but could be back on the bench later. Perhaps he'll convince management that he's worth playing?

I wouldn't worry about your team too much, but keep an eye out for young pitching talent. Watch Haren, Lowry, R Lopez, and Horacio Ramirez.

good luck!


Thanks for the tips. It's Oliver, not Odalis
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