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Postby DirtyWater » Tue Feb 28, 2006 8:29 pm

12 team yahoo roto league.

1B Pujols
SS J. Rollins
3B Chavez
2B Cano
C Johjima
OF Matsui
OF Griffy
OF Bonds
Utl. Francoeur
Bench Dmitri Young
Bench Rocco Badelli

SP Halladay
SP Zito
RP Rivera
RP Hoffman
P Mulder
P Wickman
P Maddux

P Lowe
P Glavine
P Wakefield

What do you guys think? Where can I improve? Also, who gets that last pitching spot, maddux, lowe, glavine or wakefield? Any advice would be apprecieated.
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Postby dukesimms » Tue Feb 28, 2006 8:34 pm

If Bonds, Griffey and Baldelli stay healthy and produce excellent team. Like Lowe for last spot.

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Postby DirtyWater » Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:18 pm

I could use some advice WHIR.

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Postby MrE » Tue Feb 28, 2006 11:46 pm

Your team is just awesome. You'll probably give Glavine the spot if he has anything left this year because of the park he is in and the offense behind him.

I wouldn't make any trades...this is just a fantastic assembly of talent....
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Postby DWright5 » Wed Mar 01, 2006 12:11 am

any team with Pujols has a good base and you have that.... I love your pitching Roy Halladay is the 2006 AL Cy Young and Zito i think will have a good bounce back year.... Johima should put up above average #'s for a Catcher and Bonds will produce like he always does and always has... good job thanks for the help on mine
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Postby Bushroot » Wed Mar 01, 2006 1:14 am

Looks pretty solid to me. I'd give the last spot to Lowe.
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Postby whoseyourdaddy12 » Wed Mar 01, 2006 2:56 am

jsut give the last spot to whoever is playing or whoever is starting, etc

Your team looks good, i like your pitching led by Roy. If your OF stays healthy you have a good chance. You can improve your bench though. whos out there on the FA?


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Postby dooz » Wed Mar 01, 2006 4:44 am

i agree, you should contend for the championship, if the team stays healthy. a couple things go wrong (bonds, griffey) you are screwed and will be competing for the cellar (im exagerating but say goodbye to championship). i would give the last SP to lowe (although glavine warrents a look) and drop the other two and pick up some OF help.

look for some bench help!

if you do make a trade, get a 3b. i have had chavez in the past and around mid june/july, he transforms into a top 3 hotseater but until then, hes mendoza-line. also, look at francouer's progression over the course of last year. he began K'in a lot more and his average dipped. i might use that amazing pitching to create some depth for an offense that is prone to letdown.

if everything goes to according to plan, you will contend, but you will be chewing your fingernails everyday.

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Postby Gator » Wed Mar 01, 2006 1:35 pm

I agree with the poster before.. if your OF's stay healthy, then you should be in line to blow away the competition. And the pitching looks great.

I would go with Lowe in the final spot, as I think with Furcal anchoring that infield, ground balls should be gobbled up and Lowe will bring down the ERA from last year, as well as the WHIP.

Ive seen Lowe in person in his dirtiest of times, when he get's that sinker goin.. oh man.. he's nearly un-hittable.
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Postby usclerkguy » Wed Mar 01, 2006 7:00 pm

Gotta love Pujols!!! I think you have a very solid team with great pitching(Halladay), you should contend. I would go with Lowe for the last spot. Good Luck!
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