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Re: Well the way Macha switches it could be anything...

Postby sharksfan1139 » Sun Mar 19, 2006 4:32 am

smith1051 wrote:but will probably look like.

2B Ellis
CF Kotsay
SS Crosby
3B Chavez
DH Thomas
RF Bradley
LF Payton
1B Johnson
C Kendall


this looks about right
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Re: I'm hoping...

Postby nuggets » Sun Mar 19, 2006 5:33 am

smith1051 wrote:that he get something like this...

.270/90/25/80/5

However it all depends on if he can stay healthy since he goes balls out and has been injury prone so far in his career


If he's getting those kind of hr, rbi and run totals he'll have to be batting closer to .290, compared to .270.
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Re: Well the way Macha switches it could be anything...

Postby dooz » Sun Mar 19, 2006 6:49 am

sharksfan1139 wrote:
smith1051 wrote:but will probably look like.

2B Ellis
CF Kotsay
SS Crosby
3B Chavez
DH Thomas
RF Bradley
LF Payton
1B Johnson
C Kendall


this looks about right


except for the fact that its swishers job to lose in LF, not paytons. realistically, it will more be a platoon because thomas, even if healthy, wont play everyday
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Swisher

Postby fantasyfiend » Sun Mar 19, 2006 7:10 am

Actually its Swisher's job to lose in RF.

Bradley will be in Left with Kotsay in Center.

From all the line-up speculation i'm looking at a lineup like this:

1. Ellis
2. Kotsay
3. Crosby
4. Chavez
5. Thomas
6. Bradley
7. Johnson
8. Swisher
9. Kendall

Either way, there isn't a single easy out on that lineup from 1-9, this team is just stacked (even if injury problem re-surface)

Not to mention the best pitching staff in baseball 1-11

Street
Duscherer
Calero
Kennedy
Saarloos
Witasick

Loaiza
Blanton
Haren
Zito
Harden
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Re: Well the way Macha switches it could be anything...

Postby FantasyGURU802 » Sun Mar 19, 2006 7:30 am

smith1051 wrote:but will probably look like.

2B Ellis
CF Kotsay
SS Crosby
3B Chavez
DH Thomas
RF Bradley
LF Payton
1B Johnson
C Kendall


Yeah, probably would, this one makes most sense to me...
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Postby Gwyddbwyll » Sun Mar 19, 2006 2:46 pm

Actually I picked Crosby about 90 picks later than Barmes went.. I think most savvy GM's have Barmes down as a sleeper whereas Crosby is a bit more off the radar (for a 12 team league)
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