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Postby MrTheEdge » Tue Feb 28, 2006 12:28 am

Gotham Knights (as of 2/27)

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14 Teams///Roster Size: 30
Scoring Categories:
Offense: R, H, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, SH, SF, SB, BB, K, E, AVG
Pitching: APP, IP, W, L, CG, SHO, SV, ER, BB, K, HLD, ERA, WHIP
C. J. Posada
C. J. Estrada
1B. J. Morneau
2B. T. Iguchi
3B. E. Chavez
SS. D. Jeter
IF. T. Batista
OF. S. Podsednik
OF. R. Baldelli
OF. G. Sheffield
UTIL. P. Wilson
BN. N. Johnson (1B)
BN. R. Ibanez (OF)
BN. J. Encarnacion (OF)
BN. S. Stewart (OF)
BN. B. Williams (OF/DH)--Respect Pick--
BN. J. Guillen (OF)

SP. J. Santana
SP. J. Peavy
SP. D. Willis
SP. M. Mussina
SP. C. Wang
RP. J. Nathan
RP. B. Jenks
RP. T. Gordon
RP. S. Eyre
RP. J. Julio
BN. K. Benson
Bn. O. Dotel (DL)

****There is a potential Dontrelle Willis for Jason Giambi and Andy Marte deal in the works****
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Postby MrTheEdge » Tue Feb 28, 2006 12:48 pm

bump...come on guys, let me know what you think.
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Postby luckygehrig » Tue Feb 28, 2006 4:29 pm

I like the looks of your team. There's a lot of scoring cats there, so I'm not sure how you'll fare in all of them, but the ones that I am familiar with, you should do fine in. Power could be a problem, especially if Chavez or Sheffield gets hurt. I don't think you're really going to win any of the power cats, but your league seems to be focused a little bit more on speed with 2B and 3B. You don't really have anyone who will kill you on K's. You should be set with speed. I think your offense really rides on what Baldelli and Morneau can do this season. If they finally live up to the hype, you should be fine. If they struggle though, I think your team will go down right alongside them. Your SP looks excellent. Should have plenty of W, K, and a nice low ERA and WHIP to go along with it. CG and SHO will be near the top in your league with Santana, Peavy, and Willis. Moose is a bit of an injury concern, but he could be solid. Wang has good upside. I like Nathan as your closer and Jenks is an unknown. If he pitches like he did in the postseason, you'll be fine, but that's too small a sample space to call him a stud. Gordon should rack up the Saves this season in Philly so long as he stays healthy. You have your Holds guys as well, who are both pretty good. Your pitching should be great, but I think your offense will be to blame if you struggle. If you need to, I'd trade one of your aces for an established power hitter.
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Postby Bushroot » Tue Feb 28, 2006 4:34 pm

Love the pitching, hate the hitting. Other than Sheffield, Jeter, and Podsednik, you really don't know what you're going to get with any of your hitters. Even Chavez is a roller coaster. I'd try to deal an ace for a power hitter, then you should be fine.
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