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Postby superfly » Sun May 15, 2005 7:05 pm

Last year 12 team H2H private league

Santana
Oliver Perez
Prior
Carlos Zambrano
Beckett
Weaver
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Postby redsoxguy111 » Sun May 15, 2005 8:10 pm

SP-Beckett
Buehrle
Livan Hernandez
Oswalt
Mussina
Bonderman
RP-Graves :~(
Hermanson

Only problem is my relievers
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Postby ja515y » Mon May 16, 2005 11:38 am

I already posted mine, but my rotation has to be the best for this week.
Yahoo Rank
Clemens 1 2W 16K .60ERA .80WHIP
Halladay 5 2W 11k 1.08ERA .96WHIP
L. Hernandez 7 2W 12K 3.38ERA 1.43WHIP
R. Jonnson 13 2W 7K 3.86ERA 1.21WHIP

I'm beginning to pull away in my league ;-)
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Postby WittyC » Mon May 16, 2005 1:49 pm

2004 rotation... the team that could have been...

Prior
Wood
Peavy
Ollie Perez
Penny

That staff would have killed people if they'd stayed healthy. Ended up in sixth in the league, but sadly it was due to my hitting. :*)
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Postby WharfRat » Mon May 16, 2005 2:14 pm

This year's my best so far, I think:

Clemens
Peavy
Burnett
Vazquez
Bonderman

And I also have Ollie Perez riding my bench....so it could be even better, if he quits messing around and pitches.
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Postby josebach » Mon May 16, 2005 3:06 pm

8 team 5x5 league, weekly line-up change.
Pitcher (round drafted)
P. Martinez (3rd)
C. Schilling (4th)
J. Beckett (8th)
M. Prior (11th)
AJ Burnett (15th)
J. Vasquez (17th) - dropped him after his 3rd start :,-(
C. Sabathia (18th)
B. Penny - FA - Dropped D. Davis for him before season started.

J. Nathan (5th)
T. Hoffman (9th)

Prior and Schilling were major question marks when we drafted, so they both fell farther than they should have. Was nervous starting the season with Schilling, Prior and Penny all on the DL, but so far, with the exception of Schilling, I'm encouraged.

This is a money league too. ;-D
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Postby oukurt » Mon May 16, 2005 3:31 pm

I rarely dominate pitching stats in my leagues because I draft bats early and often. But these boys have me cruising in all pitching categories.

Clemens
Clement
Harden (hurry back)
Mussina
Bedard
Myers

Turnbow
Foulke (aquired a day ago for Batista)
Ryan
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Postby Aggie_Eric98 » Mon May 16, 2005 3:38 pm

In my 10 team pay league

Halladay (keeper)
Pedro (keeper)
Prior (7th round)
J Marquis
Bedard

Kolb
BJ Ryan
Guardado
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Postby Nomar4prez » Mon May 16, 2005 3:40 pm

This year:

14 team league:
J. Schmidt
D. Willis
B. Radke
L. Hernandez
O. Hernandez
T. Glavine
K. Wells
D. Davis
C. Capuano
B. Lidge
D. Turnbow
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Going to huge someday.
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Postby jpgretzky15 » Mon May 16, 2005 6:53 pm

Current looks great for last year, this yeah its injury plagued.

Randy Johnson
Jason Schmidt
Ben Sheets
Ollie Perez
Barry Zito
Odalis Perez
Dave Williams


Best one ever, this is no joke, no embellishment, and in a 12-team serious, competitive league with my friends, no public league, was in 2002:

Randy Johnson (Cy Young)
Pedro Martinez
Jason Schmidt
Mark Prior
Barry Zito (Cy Young)
Josh Beckett
Mark Buehrle
Mike Mussina
David Wells
Ted Lilly

And the hitting was great too, with Helton, Tejada, Kent, Bonds, Vlad, Sosa, Delgado headlining. No joke. Best team ever.
Let's Go Yankees!
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