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Postby DonkeyKong » Mon Jun 02, 2003 8:17 pm

Yahoo 5x6 (add shutouts) Roto, non keeper:

C Posada / Kendall
1B Giambi
2B Junior Spivey/Frank Catalanotto
SS Rollins
3B Pujols


Andruw Jones

Javier Vazquez
Woody Williams
Brett Myers
Jesse Foppert

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Postby cwebb » Tue Jun 03, 2003 10:14 am

Hard to say, your team doesn't look overpowering so being in first place now isn't that bad, especially since you might have had quite some troubles with your OF. If everything goes well for your team you should do fine.

You also need Alfonseca to get some saves, Giambi to get back on track, your 2B tandem should stay on course and your OF has to stay healthy, if all that happens you have good chances to win it all.

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Postby Wind Dancer » Tue Jun 03, 2003 1:01 pm

I would say you have a pretty good team.....I'm not too crazy about Spivey or Rollins...both have been sturglling with hitting and injuries!
Those would be the two areas ...if any...that you MIGHT need some help!

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