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Postby rentz » Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:41 pm

C R. Hernández
1B T. Helton
2B F. López
3B Mi. Cabrera
SS B. Crosby
OF C. Crawford B. Bonds M. Holliday
Util T. Hafner
BN B. Wilkerson J. Hermida
SP J. Vázquez G. Maddux
RP B. Wagner F. Cordero
P Z. Duke D. Turnbow T. Gordon
BN J. Valverde D. Lowe J. Sosa

my second autodraft team this season, i think i did good on hitting, not too great on pitching.
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Postby calc27 » Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:47 pm

You need an ace SP. You can stand to lose an OF to plug in Wilkerson. Also you can trade your closers.

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Postby rentz » Wed Mar 22, 2006 3:22 pm

anyone else?
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Postby tuccic » Wed Mar 22, 2006 3:25 pm

Yeah your starting pitching is horrible, you must trade for an ace pronto
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Postby rentz » Wed Mar 22, 2006 3:39 pm

trading for an ace is easier said than done... when you need one, everyone wants to screw you.
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Postby illiniprd » Wed Mar 22, 2006 4:30 pm

you're loaded on closers, package a couple for a SP.

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Postby blackmarketbaby » Wed Mar 22, 2006 5:49 pm

Hafner will qualify for 1st in a month. So perhaps Helton and some RPs? You're probably missing a #1 quality SP as well as a #2 quality SP, something such as a Zambrano/Pettitte flavor.
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Postby TheNSFBB » Wed Mar 22, 2006 10:31 pm

I think your team is good. If you're not going to have any SP, this is the way to do it. Your hitting is very solid, assuming Bonds plays a sufficient amount. Wilkerson should do a great job spelling him though. You may have to pay attention to whether Barry is going to play and when BW is at home. Your RP are tremendous too.

I'd try to trade a RP to a team lacking SV. If you have five solid ones, and five pro teams don't really have solid options right now (CIN, ATL, TB, FLA, KC), I'll bet some of your league is lacking. Zambrano and Pettitte are top 12 SP, so it's probably bullish to expect them in return for a single RP. But you can probably land a 1-for-1 from the following- Haren, Smoltz, Schmidt, Schilling, Patterson, Beckett, Lowry, Webb, Kazmir. Maybe move Wagner for one of the first six guys and Gordon for one of the last three. I like Vazquez, Lowe, and Duke as your 3-5 following two of the guys I named.
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Postby rentz » Wed Mar 22, 2006 11:59 pm

the sp on this team is nowhere near as bad as in another league....yet in both i endedup stacked at closer.
this draft just happened last night, so people are still making moves,etc.
i might try to move gordon for someone first.
a smoltz,beckett,webb,kazmir type would be great in return, if i can get it
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Postby teamtitan512 » Thu Mar 23, 2006 12:03 am

Gordon will be a hard sell, being 38, being a setup man for years, and especially w/someone in Madson waiting in the wings. He may be more fit for the WW. What's on the WW in starting pitching?

As for the starters, it's definitely weak. Vazquez and Maddux are more #3 guys. I'd try trading Bonds, hoping someone isn't an expert and plays on name recognition, and buys high. You may be able to get a very good SP, Halladay/Carpenter type out of a deal like that straight up. It's at least a shot.

If not, I'd package Cordero and Gordon as a package deal for a starter, and you might get a Zito/Beckett type out of that. Cordero and Gordon have very big questionmarks coming into this year for sure, but someone desperate for saves may bite.
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