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Postby stubs5205 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:37 pm

hey guys, any advice suggestions would be great. this is my second year in fantasy and i did alright next year but would like to do better this year.

C- AJ Pierzynski
1b- David Ortiz
2b- Mark Loretta
ss- Julio Lugo
3b- Melvin Mora
of- Carl Crawford
of- Johnny Damon
of- Brad Wilkerson
U- Travis Hafner
Bench- scott rolen, ryan freel, bobby crosby, dan johnson, clint barmes

SP- Rich Harden
SP- Tim Hudson
RP- Billy Wagner
RP- Curt Schilling
P- Jeremy Bonderman
P- Erik Bedard
P- Tim Wakefield

categories for hitting are R, RBI, HR, AVG, Steal, Slugging, and Walks

pitching categories are W, ERA, WHIP, K, IP, and SV

set lineups at the beginning of the week

any suggestions would be great, i really would use the help
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Postby Eagle Baseball » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:44 pm

You need more pitchers. If you set your lineup weekly you need to have more pitchers so that you can play the guys who will bet two starts during that week and sit some of your guys who will get one start during that week. I don't think you need position bench players. You will play only one per week and that likely will not change much during the year.
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Postby scrotum » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:45 pm

Good depth on OF. I'd look to send some of your offense for an IP horse like Oswalt. Hudson, Schilling, Bonderman, Wakefield.. not too fond of them. Great job.

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Postby rockiesfan06 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:49 pm

You have a solid bench, but you should look to do whatever it takes to get more pitching. Your offensive bench players aren't as important as having extra pitchers on your bench.
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Postby stubs5205 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:53 pm

the reason i have a lot of bench players is because im unsure about health etc.

i think if rolen returns to form that makes mora expendible

if barmes can regain his form from the first half of last year, then i think hes a major upgrade

eventually what im going to do is drop people who arent doing it during spring training and pick up a matchup double start every week in place of wakefield

personally, i see bedard as breaking out this year. he was great at the start of last year, and with leo mazzone, i can only seem him getting better
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