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Postby kaiser » Sat Feb 24, 2007 12:36 pm

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5X5 Yahoo. Computer screwup forced me to autodraft. Not as bad as it could have been, but please advise on how to make it better:


C Mike Piazza
(Oak - C)
1B Lance Berkman
(Hou - 1B,OF)
2B Chase Utley
(Phi - 2B)
3B Ryan Zimmerman
(Was - 3B)
SS Michael Young
(Tex - SS)
OF Matt Holliday
(Col - OF)
OF Rocco Baldelli
(TB - OF)
OF Mike Cameron
(SD - OF)
Util Rafael Furcal
(LAD - SS)
BN Melvin Mora
(Bal - 3B)
BN Nick Johnson
(Was - 1B)
BN Craig Biggio
(Hou - 2B)
BN Chris Duffy
(Pit - OF)
BN --empty-- - - - - - -
DL --empty-- - - - - - -

Pitching

SP John Lackey
(LAA - SP)
SP Chris Young
(SD - SP)
RP B.J. Ryan
(Tor - RP)
RP Octavio Dotel
(KC - RP)
P Mike Mussina
(NYY - SP)
P Rich Hill
(ChC - SP)
P Tom Glavine
(NYM - SP)
BN Cliff Lee
(Cle - SP)

DL --empty-- - - - - - -
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Postby yankeeman » Sat Feb 24, 2007 1:34 pm

this is a good team maybe better than mine.....maybe my pitching is bettter.......but i think this team is good so just dont mess it up and make bad trades and stuff like that.


p.s.:work on pitching
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Postby jbauer2485 » Sat Feb 24, 2007 1:34 pm

Not bad for an auto draft. Your pitching is a little weak.

I'd probably try to trade Furcal\M. Young\N Johnson for some type of SP 1b (after shifting berkman to OF) or OF upgrade

Drop craig biggio and Chris duffy and find a SP on the WW, there's probably a sleeper or two undrafted.

It's really not THAT bad. It could end up working to your benefit because you've got a couple of easily droppable players that you can replace with WW players that start out hot at the beginning of the year.

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Postby avfootballfreek » Sat Feb 24, 2007 2:36 pm

This acutally isn't a bad team. I would also trade Furcal with something else and upgrade a good Pitcher. For sure drop Duffy for a decent Pitcher off the WW and just don't trade a bunch of people thinking your team is bad because it isn't.




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Postby Jakra » Sun Feb 25, 2007 1:53 am

Try to grab another reliever off the WW. Anybody who you feel has a decent shot at closing at some point this season. If Broxton's available, he has a good shot I think.

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Postby timozbuck » Sun Feb 25, 2007 11:53 am

Not bad at all for autodraft. I would look for OF upgrade somewhere. If that means trading Young or Furcal to a SS starved team, then I would do it. I think you need an upgrade over Lackey as well. But not as bad as you think. :-)
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Postby fastymctalent55 » Sun Feb 25, 2007 12:44 pm

Well, let's take a look!


C Mike Piazza

A nice option at catcher, don't expect Frank Thomas Numbers but he'll be playing just about everyday now that he's just DHing, he had roughly 20 Homers last year, so I think it's safe to say he'll have more this year.


1B Lance Berkman

Stud, could shift to outfield, no complaints here.

2B Chase Utley

Stud, you'll be getting production out of 2b that no one else will be getting.

3B Ryan Zimmerman

Stud, so long as someone can get on ahead of him.

SS Michael Young

Stud

OF Matt Holliday

Stud

OF Rocco Baldelli

Should help out your batting average, which could be a nice source of points for this roster

OF Mike Cameron

Good at 4 of the 5 categories, he's a fringe fantasy guy, however, but you may have to keep him to partner with Furcal in the steals department.

Util Rafael Furcal

Great for steals, an essential player on this team.

BN Melvin Mora

Seems like he's in the decline, I might look for help on the WW

BN Nick Johnson

He'll miss time at the beginning of the season, I'd keep him and slot him on your DL to start the season, could be nice to have as the year progresses.

BN Craig Biggio

You won't need him with Utley.

BN Chris Duffy

Great late pick, possibly the new Podsednik.



Pitching

SP John Lackey

Stud

SP Chris Young

Had a great season last year, if he keeps it up, solid #2.

RP B.J. Ryan

Stud

RP Octavio Dotel

Nice pick, should help, KC will have a lot of close games, just be cautious because he's never been successful in this role, should have litle pressure beyond what he put on himself in KC.

P Mike Mussina

Had a great season last year, should get wins regardless of how he performs.

P Rich Hill

Could take a step forward or back, but has a massively improved offense behind him and has great breakout potential.

P Tom Glavine

He should get 300 this year which means you'll get double digit wins.

BN Cliff Lee

Possible breakout pitcher on a potent offensive team.

To sum up
You could probably use another closer or two, which means you should closely monitor the situations in Cinicinati and Boston, where the jobs are up for grabs. You should drop Biggio and Mora and you'll have an open spot when Johnson slids onto the DL, so you'll have room for a couple of closers. Don't worry about the talent when it comes to a closer, it's just important that they have the job, your starting pitchers should be able to support an erradic ERA and WHIP or TWO. Otherwise, you're good to go!


Good luck!

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