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Postby OhMrScottyTrav06 » Thu Oct 13, 2005 3:42 am

wrveres wrote:
OhMrScottyTrav06 wrote:Here, my league has drafted the past few weeks... Just let me weed out the hitters and relievers from this list. This is the order they have been drafted in a dynasty league. Gone through 8 rounds in 16 team league.

Your welcome :-)

1. J. Peavy (SD)
2. J. Santana (MIN)
3. D. Willis (FLA)
4. P. Martinez (NYM)
5. M. Prior (CHC)
6. F. Hernandez (SEA)
7. R. Oswalt (HOU)
8. C. Carpenter (STL)
9. C. Zambrano (ChC)
10. R. Halladay (TOR)
11. J. Beckett (FLA)
12. B. Sheets (MIL)
13. R. Harden (OAK)
14. A. Burnett (FLA)
15. T. Hudson (ATL)
16. M. Buehrle (CHW)
17. M. Cain (SF)
18. J. Schmidt (SF)
19. M. Mulder (STL)
20. B. Colon (LAA)
21. C. Sabathia (CLE)
22. R. Johnson (NYY)
23. Z. Duke (PIT)
24. B. Myers (PHI)
25. B. Zito (OAK)
26. D. Haren (OAK)
27. O. Perez (PIT)
28. A. Pettitte (HOU)
29. R. Clemens (HOU)
30. F. Liriano (MIN)
31. J. Vazquez (ARI)
32. M. Mussina (NYY)

Not a long list, but it should still help ;-D


that is horrible :-o

Feliz before Oswalt?
Matt Cain?
Zach Duke?

OMG .. 8-o


Yeah, some odd picks... lol... not as odd as seeing Joe Mauer go 9th overall in a dynasty league, I immediately quit that league thereafter...
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Postby stumpak » Thu Oct 13, 2005 10:00 am

I also can't believe that Halladay went so late. Arguably the best pitcher in baseball and he is #10? Remember that his injury was a 100% freak thing and that there is zero reason not to project his 2005 stats over a full season for 2006.
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Postby Yoda » Thu Oct 13, 2005 10:59 am

OhMrScottyTrav06 wrote:Here, my league has drafted the past few weeks... Just let me weed out the hitters and relievers from this list. This is the order they have been drafted in a dynasty league. Gone through 8 rounds in 16 team league.

Your welcome :-)

1. J. Peavy (SD)
2. J. Santana (MIN)
3. D. Willis (FLA)
4. P. Martinez (NYM)
5. M. Prior (CHC)
6. F. Hernandez (SEA)
7. R. Oswalt (HOU)
8. C. Carpenter (STL)
9. C. Zambrano (ChC)
10. R. Halladay (TOR)
11. J. Beckett (FLA)
12. B. Sheets (MIL)
13. R. Harden (OAK)
14. A. Burnett (FLA)
15. T. Hudson (ATL)
16. M. Buehrle (CHW)
17. M. Cain (SF)
18. J. Schmidt (SF)
19. M. Mulder (STL)
20. B. Colon (LAA)
21. C. Sabathia (CLE)
22. R. Johnson (NYY)
23. Z. Duke (PIT)
24. B. Myers (PHI)
25. B. Zito (OAK)
26. D. Haren (OAK)
27. O. Perez (PIT)
28. A. Pettitte (HOU)
29. R. Clemens (HOU)
30. F. Liriano (MIN)
31. J. Vazquez (ARI)
32. M. Mussina (NYY)

Not a long list, but it should still help ;-D


Got an opening in our money league. :-D
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Postby Madison » Thu Oct 13, 2005 1:35 pm

wrveres wrote:
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wrveres wrote:its way to early to be ranking anything ... honestly :-o

my draft is in 2 weeks :~(


wow that tuff ..

you don't even know where some of these guys are going to be playing and you have to draft allready :-o


Agreed. Drafting this early is not the surest of bets. :-o

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Postby Music2004Man » Thu Oct 13, 2005 1:38 pm

I'm already looking forward to the Cafe Cheat Sheets. I think that the Cafe sheets are really good because they get a lot of different people involved in the evaluation process. That way you can't have one person screw up the rankings with an off the wall list. They would be nice to have now but everything changes so much during the offseason that they are infinitely more accurate when they come out later in the offseason.
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Postby BravesGuy » Thu Oct 13, 2005 1:45 pm

So other than OhMrScottyTrav06, all of yall are saying i'm SOL....Is there anybody else that has recently drafted a team and would be willing to let me see their draft results?
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Postby nsulham » Thu Oct 13, 2005 2:29 pm

Sorry dude but I don't know of ANY leagues that would be risky enough to hold a draft already. Just WAY too many invariables to do a draft this early.

My best advice would be to look at your end of season player stats under your league format and go from there.
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Postby BravesGuy » Thu Oct 13, 2005 3:50 pm

nsulham wrote:Sorry dude but I don't know of ANY leagues that would be risky enough to hold a draft already. Just WAY too many invariables to do a draft this early.

My best advice would be to look at your end of season player stats under your league format and go from there.

Thanks.

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Postby RAmst23 » Thu Oct 13, 2005 5:26 pm

If you're drafting really soon, it's probably best to ignore the post-season performances of some pitchers. If Contreras ends up winning 2 more games this post-season with an ERA of about 2, than ignore him. Probably will be overdrafted because his recent performance will affect his draft placement.

Also, just use your judgement, and not wanting to insult MrScotty's league (too much), but that doesn't seem like a very accurate ranking of SPs. Hernandez is way too inexperienced to be 6th overall, and no Schilling? I realize he was hurt this year, but Matt Cain was also taken as #17. Also suprised that John Smoltz wasn't in this list.
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Postby Red Stripe » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:22 pm

Ya, no offense to ScottyTrav, but that draft must've sucked. Johan not the top pitcher? Duke and Cain on the list? Felix at 6? Sheets and Harden at 12-13?
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