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Second half surprise???

Postby OToddWalker » Thu Jul 13, 2006 10:02 pm

8 Team Roto, 5x5, Keeper (1 player for 8 years, 5 players for 3 years)



How am I looking for the second half? What moves should I towards?


C- J. Posada
1B- M. Teixeira
2B- Chase Utley
SS- J. Lugo
3B- A. Rodriguez
LF- R. Ibanez
CF- G. Sizemore
RF- C. Tracy
Util- A. Huff
Util- J. Francoeur

Bench- A. Beltre, R. Baldelli, P. Burrell
DL- A. Rios

SP- R. Halladay
SP- F. Liriano
SP- R. Clemens
SP- A. Pettitte
RP- M. Rivera
RP- C. Cordero
RP- J. Isringhausen
P- E. Santana
P- A. Burgos
P- B. Myers
P- B. Colon
DL- M. McDougal
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Postby bumizitch » Fri Jul 14, 2006 1:48 am

Your have several offensive players who should have strong second halfs. Huff is traditionally a second half player. He bats thirty points higher in the second half for his career. I also see Teixeira's power coming around in the second half.

On the pitching side, I think you're in even better shape. I look for Pettite to have a great second half. With his good friend Clemens around, he should be resurgent.

I would say sell high on Liriano, but you're in a keeper league you deffinately can't. He should still finish with around 18 wins and a 3.00 ERA which still means some great numbers. If you in reach of first in your league, I'd look to trade him though. In a keeper league, the value you could get for him could help ou win the league. If you can, get a big bat for him. Win now, worry about next year later.
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