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Postby BooksRnot4U » Mon Feb 19, 2007 6:12 pm

We are in the begining of Round 19

The stats are
Hitting: R, 2B, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OPS,
Pitching: W, S, Hld, K, WHIP, ERA, K/9

It is an 18 team keeper league in the begining of Round 19 of a slow dtraft as I said and this is my team thus far, though I don't know in what direction to take it in.

P.S. There are also 10 keepers from year to year and there are 30 total rounds

C - A.J. Pierzynski - C CWS - 12th Round
1B - Lance Berkman - 1B/OF HOU - 1st Round
2B - Tadahito Iguchi - 2B CWS - 10th Round
SS - Edgar Renteria - SS ATL - 9th Round
3B - Akinori Iwamura - 3B TB - 13th Round
OF - Jacque Jones - OF CHC 12th Round
OF - Matt Holliday - OF COL - 2nd Round
OF - Luke Scott - OF HOU - 11th Round
UTL - Lyle Overbay - 1B TOR - 8th Round
UTL - Chirs Burke - OF HOU - 15th Round

SP - John Lackey - SP LAA - 3rd Round
SP - Ben Sheets - SP MIL - 4th Round
SP - Brett Myers - SP PHI - 5th Round
RP - Justin Spierer - RP TOR - 17th Round
RP - Scott Shields - RP LAA - 10th Round
RP - Scott Eyre - RP CHC - 17th Round
P - Cliff Lee - SP CLE - 14th Round
P - Boof Bonser - SP MIN - 16th Round
P - None
P - Kiko Calero - RP OAK - 18th Round

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There are 18 picks before I pick again and some of the players still available are

Orlando Cabrera - SS LAA
Juan Encarnacion - OF STL
Mike Lowell - 3B BOS
Craig Monroe - OF DET
Jake Westbrook - SP CLE
Wes Helms - 3B PHI
Xavier Nady - 1B/OF PIT
Reed Johnson - OF TOR
Cha Seung Baek - SP/RP SEA
Bartolo Colon - SP LAA
Mark DeRosa - 2B/OF CHI
Octavio Dotel - CL KC
Jason Kendall - C OAK
Jamie Shields - SP TB
Rich Aurillia - IF SF
Jeff Weaver - SP SEA
Paul Maholm - SP PIT
Ricky Nolasco - SP/RP FL
Mike Napoli - C LAA
Matt Capps - RP PIT
Gil Meche - SP KC
Brian Giles - OF SD
Brandon Inge - 3B DET
Kenny Rogers - SP DET
Scott Podsednick - OF CWS
Garett Anderson - OF/DH LAA
Livan Hernandez - SP ARZ
David Delluci - OF CLE
Luis Castillo - 2B MIN
Tim Wakefield - SP BOS
Mike Sweeny - 1B/DH KC
Shane Victorino - OF PHI
Jose Guillen - OF SEA
Placido Polanco - 2B DET
Yuniesky Betancourt - SS SEA
Esteban Loaiza - SP OAK
Matt Murton - OF CHC
Jay Payon - OF BAL
Juan Rivera - OF LAA
Juan Uribe - SS CWS
Jason Marquis - SP CHC
Bobby Crosby - SS OAK
Ryan Church - OF WAS
Dustin Pedoria - 2B/SS BOS
Sean Casey - 1B DET
Shea Hillenbrand - 1B/DH LAA
Aaron Hill - 2B TOR
El Duque - SP NYM
Pedro Feliz - 3B SF
Kenny Lofton - OF TEX
Jeff Suppan - SP MIL
Brad Wilkerson - OF TEX
Shawn Green - OF NYM
Matt Morris - SP SF
Nick Punto - IF MIN
Joe Kennedy - SP/RP OAK
Cliff Floyd - OF CHC
Mike Maroth - SP DET
Scott Thorman - 1B ATL
Jose Vidro - 2B/DH SEA
Gregg Zaun - C TOR
Endy Chavez - OF NYM
Mark Redman - SP FA
Kip Wells - SP STL
Mike McDougal - RP CWS

and then all the prospects

wow I just named alot of players but those are the guys I would even remotley be interested in for my next pick and who are still available. With all the good hitters that are still out there it tempts me to maybe get a backup OF like Juan just incase someone like Chris Burke underpreforms but I also realize I need a SP. If Jake Westbrook is avialable he is great as a #6 SP but I dont think he will last nearly 20 picks and other than him and Jamie Sheilds many other of the SP are pretty weak and I could get them next round.

So I was just wondering how have I done so far, what do I need to improve, and what direction should I improve my team thus far and what direction should I draft.

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Postby jmlevy » Tue Feb 20, 2007 8:23 pm

I like your hitters, but you just pitched saves without caring. I like that you have stacked up on holds pitchers since you gave up saves.

Solid squad so far, but I would stress going for a platoon guy for your Util spots, such as Helms, Nady, Johnson. With 2B a stat, Lowell would be a solid investment in the 19th round.
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Postby Denmarch » Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:37 pm

Lowell's a good choice. He'll certainly give you doubles.
Maybe a better bet than Iwamura, too.
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Postby BooksRnot4U » Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:56 pm

I really, REally want to get a hitter like Lowell/Encarnacion/Helms/Cabrera

but

I also know that Westbrook is the last pitcher available that will keep my team ERA under 4 most likely becasue guys like Kenny Rogers I just can't bring myself to take them.

So you guys say Lowell?
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