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Postby specificist » Wed Feb 21, 2007 2:20 am

6 team rotisserie league

R H HR RBI SB CS BB K GIDP AVG
IP W L SV HR BB K ERA WHIP K/BB

i had 3rd pick...
C: McCan
1b: howard, fielder
2b: figgins, hall
3b: wright, atkins
ss: rollins
of: soriano, a.jones, c.lee, bay, hunter
SP: smolts, verlander, bonderman, c.young, d.willis, king felix, harden, myers
RP: rivera, putz, jenks, valverde
i miss my marlins...
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Postby thmackin » Wed Feb 21, 2007 2:47 am

six man leagues are hard to predict, since almost every team is stacked with many, many people available on waivers. Your outfield makes me drool, and I think that's what will set your team apart from the others offensively since solid, proven OFs are hard to come by this season (just my opinion). Because this is a six man league, I'd say there's room to improve your SPs (otherwise it'd be dominant), you could consider trading an outfielder for a top pitcher (or two) and move Hall to OF, but I'm not sure what your position/bench requirements are. Your closers are solid too. Overall you can win with this team.
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Postby Legia13 » Wed Feb 21, 2007 2:53 am

That is a pretty dominant outfield. Pretty solid releivers as well. I think it's a really well balanced team with Howard and Chone. As long as you didn't reach for McCann, job well done. ;-D
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Postby specificist » Wed Feb 21, 2007 3:08 am

thanks and sorry we just have 2 utility positions...
i miss my marlins...
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Postby SOUTHSIDE HITMEN » Wed Feb 21, 2007 5:35 pm

thmackin wrote:six man leagues are hard to predict, since almost every team is stacked with many, many people available on waivers. Your outfield makes me drool, and I think that's what will set your team apart from the others offensively since solid, proven OFs are hard to come by this season (just my opinion). Because this is a six man league, I'd say there's room to improve your SPs (otherwise it'd be dominant), you could consider trading an outfielder for a top pitcher (or two) and move Hall to OF, but I'm not sure what your position/bench requirements are. Your closers are solid too. Overall you can win with this team.


Thanks for all the help. I never been in a league with less than 10 people but this is a dominant team but so should everyone else. Yeah your pitching is okay but you have depth to trade for a STUD pitcher.
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