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Postby Amazinz » Mon Nov 27, 2006 12:31 pm

I don't think he will either. Lo Duca fits the #2 role from an old school mentality. Just not the way I'd do it. ;-)
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Postby pokerplaya » Tue Nov 28, 2006 12:27 am

bigh0rt wrote:
Amazinz wrote:
j24jags wrote:However a much more interesting question is 2007 Rotation.

This one is a lot tougher without knowing who they are targeting and without knowing if Glavine is going to go back to Atlanta to finish out his career.

Without assuming any FA I guess this is the way it is shaping up:

O. Hernandez
J. Maine
O. Perez
M. Pelfrey

Long shots: Pedro, V. Zambrano, Bannister, Soler, D. Williams, Vargas


That's scary in a different way than the lineup... :-o



:-o :,-(

Assuming no trades or FA signings is terrifying. If we go into 2007 with those as our top 4, we definitely will not be favorites to repeat as NL East champs in 07...

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Postby Amazinz » Sat Dec 02, 2006 10:50 am

Looking a little bit better...

Glavine
El Duque
Maine
Perez
Pelfrey?

Pedro, Humber, V. Zambrano, Bannister, Soler, D. Williams, Vargas

OK, how about the bullpen...

Wagner
Sanchez
Heilman
Feliciano
Padillia?
Smith?
Bostick?

Am I missing anyone?
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Postby DWright5 » Fri Dec 15, 2006 4:12 pm

SS Jose Reyes
C Paul Lo Duca
CF Carlos Beltran
1B Carlos Delgado
LF Moises Alou
3B David Wright
RF Shawn Green
2B Jose Valentin

OF Endy Chavez
C Ramon Castro
IF Damien Easily
OF Lastings Milledge
1B Julio Franco

SP Barry Zito
SP Tom Glavine
SP Orlando Hernandez
SP John Maine
SP Oliver Perez

RP Juan Padilla
RP John Atkins
RP Pedro Feliciano
RP Ambiorix Burgos
RP Aaron Heilman
RP Duaner Sanchez
RP Billy Wagner

others with impact:
Mike Pelfrey SP
Philip Humber SP
Ruben Gotay 2B
Dave Williams SP
Michel Abreu 1B
Carlos Gomez OF



theres your 2007 Mets
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Postby Coppermine » Tue Dec 19, 2006 2:47 pm

I like Lo Duca batting second also... more so than Beltran who hit great from the 3 spot last season. His patience at the plate is what allowed Reyes to steal so many bases.

I like...

1. Reyes
2. Lo Duca
3. Beltran
4. Delgado
5. Wright
6. Alou
7. Green
8. Valentin

Now THAT is a scary lineup. I'd much rather see Reyes and LoDuca try to get on so Beltran and Delgado can drive them home... rather than Reyes and Beltran get on so Delgado and Wright/Alou can drive them home. With this lineup, you've got Wright and Alou hitting cleanup cleanup. :-D
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Postby Pogotheostrich » Tue Dec 19, 2006 3:34 pm

The problem with that lineup is that late in the game every manager will bring in a LHP to face Beltran and Delgado.
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Postby Philliebuster » Thu Dec 21, 2006 3:30 pm

Coppermine wrote:I like Lo Duca batting second also... more so than Beltran who hit great from the 3 spot last season. His patience at the plate is what allowed Reyes to steal so many bases.

I like...

1. Reyes
2. Lo Duca
3. Beltran
4. Delgado
5. Wright
6. Alou
7. Green
8. Valentin

Now THAT is a scary lineup. I'd much rather see Reyes and LoDuca try to get on so Beltran and Delgado can drive them home... rather than Reyes and Beltran get on so Delgado and Wright/Alou can drive them home. With this lineup, you've got Wright and Alou hitting cleanup cleanup. :-D


I believe this is the lineup we'll see as well, Beltran will stay batting 3rd.
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Postby dragoon » Thu Jan 04, 2007 11:10 pm

No doubt, that's going to be our lineup.
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