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Postby The Swami » Fri Jun 30, 2006 6:57 pm

Just finished drafting and was wondering where I should look to improve. I plan on dealing Pierre/Patterson to someone in need of steals but what should I be looking for?

C - Johjima
1B - Helton
2B - Weeks
3B - Cabera
SS - Reyes
OF - Bay, Beltran, Crawford
U - Fielder
P - Webb, Felix, Burnett, Pettite, Rogers, Street, Gordon

BN - Pierre, Patterson
BN - Reyes, Harden, E. Santana
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Postby 3BorDie » Fri Jun 30, 2006 7:02 pm

You're outfield is nothing less than great. You need one more relief pitcher - Gordon is great and Street is good. One more will perfect you're pitching staff!

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