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Which of these teams is more likely to win a championship?

Poll ended at Tue Aug 08, 2006 8:32 pm

Team A
2
67%
Team B
1
33%
 
Total votes : 3

TEAM A/TEAM B

Postby taw856 » Tue Jul 18, 2006 8:32 pm

I'm sort of going to use this as a chance to try to get a lot of advice on a lot of questions all at once, but basically: I'm playing in two fantasy leagues this year, and I'd like to know what I can do to improve my chances of winning. Thus, this poll...

Which of these teams has a better chance of winning a championship?
TEAM A
C Ivan Rodriguez, Det.
1B Todd Helton, Col.
2B Ian Kinsler, Tex.
3B Troy Glaus, Tor.
SS Jose Reyes, Ny.
OF Jason Bay, Pit.
OF Bobby Abreu, Phi.
OF Brian Giles, Sd.
UTIL Derrek Lee, Chi.
BN Hank Blalock, Tex.
BN Jonny Gomes, Tb.
SP Francisco Liriano, Min.
SP Justin Verlander, Det.
SP Josh Beckett, Bos.
SP Jake Peavy, Sd.
RP Jason Isringhausen, Stl.
RP Akinori Otsuka, Tex.
P Joel Zumaya, Det.
BN Bartolo Colon, La.
BN Cliff Lee, Cle.
BN Derrick Turnbow, Mil.

-or-

TEAM B
C Ramon Hernandez, Bal.
1B Paul Konerko, Chi.
2B Jeff Kent, La.
3B Chipper Jones, Atl.
SS Miguel Tejada, Bal.
OF Carlos Lee, Mil.
OF Vladimir Guerrero, La.
OF Pat Burrell, Phi.
UTIL Derrek Lee, Chi.
BN Jose Lopez, Sea.
BN Aramis Ramirez, Chi.
BN Ken Griffey, Cin.
P Francisco Liriano, Min.
P Carlos Zambrano, Chi.
P Barry Zito, Oak.
P Brad Penny, La.
P Josh Beckett, Bos.
P Billy Wagner, Ny.
P Akinori Otsuka, Tex.
BN Chien-Ming Wang, Ny.
BN Tim Hudson, Atl.
BN Ben Sheets, Mil.
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Postby taw856 » Tue Jul 18, 2006 8:38 pm

And to add context...

TEAM A is in a 9-team Yahoo! league using 6x6 roto with the standard categories plus fielding percentage and holds. TEAM A currently has 80.5 points and is in second place behind the leader, who has 85.5.

TEAM B is in a 10-team CBS head-to-head league where batters get points for total bases + runs + RBI + stolen bases*2. Pitchers get 2 points per inning pitched, 1 point per strikeout, 5 points for a complete game and 10 points for a win or save, but -0.5 for a walk or hit allowed and -1 for each earned run allowed. TEAM B leads that league's Eastern Division with a 10-5 record and has been the third highest scoring team after rebounding from a 1-3 start. The Western Division leader is 12-3, but all other teams are 10-5 or worse, and a playoff spot is virtually guaranteed since the current fifth best record in the league is 7-8 with 8 weeks to go.
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Postby sox 06 » Tue Jul 18, 2006 8:57 pm

i said team a because its more deep and it has less holes and less players in a slump. it's very close though because team b has a ton of power ut team a has more versitility.

Help me out please!! http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/foru ... p?t=226966
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