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Postby vtigers23 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:16 pm

Big Cat Court thank you for an in depth assessment, I would love to have a couple more with this much information, thanks again Cat.
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Postby a-team » Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:50 am

a nuff of that injury and unproved stuff if you don't gamble you don't win. 6 I said 6 over average players.Mark and Matt at coors will be wonderfull you will see .And i got Ben Sheets as one of the top ten pitchers in the league.and if you don't thank C.C's better than avg than you don't know pitching ! but i guess every one has their own out look on thangs.Solid in a 20 team league don't thank your in the basement or close.And your need for speed I would luv to see hunter in your line up some how some way.
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Postby WyldStallyn » Tue Feb 27, 2007 1:17 am

thanks for the help on mine

i dont have experience with a 20 team league, so its tough for me to judge your team. the other posters were right in that you could use some speed, and your OF seems a bit weak with guillen and kemp. pitching will be a problem if sheets goes down, but if those young guys perform you should do ok. im never a fan of punting a category. i would look to acquire a closer and a speed guy
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Re: 20 Team H2H Keeper (WHIR)

Postby fastymctalent55 » Wed Feb 28, 2007 2:02 pm

C Brian Mccann

EXCELLENT KEEPER, IT'S HARD TO BEAT THAT, AT A TOUGH TO FILL POSITION

CI Mark Teixeria

STUD

CI Chipper Jones

If he can stay healthy, you're set, but keep your eyes out for another CI, just in case (though def don't drop Chipper).

MI Ian Kinsler

Excellent Keeper

MI Stephen Drew

Excellent Keeper

OF Matt Holliday


Ditto, Excellent Keeper

OF Jose Guillen

Should give you decent production for a 20 Team League.

OF Matt Kemp

Nice, Keeper I'm not Totally Convinced he's going to be the "Next Dave Winfield, but he has some good potential.

Util Adrain Gonzalez

Excellent Keeper

Bench Chris Ianetta

Nice keeper catcher, good potential, give you nice trade leverage since you'll have McCann Locked in for years.

Bench Shin Soo-Cho

If he matches the production he had in limited duty last year, he should be ok for a 20 team league (80 RBI potential).

Bench Jason Lane

If there's a prospect who emerges later on in the season, I'd def consider dropping Lane for him.

P Ben Sheets
If healthy, awesome.

P CC Sabathia
STUD

P Dave Bush
Should keep the WHIP down, good for 20 teamer.

P Anibal Sanchez
Good keeper, watch the arm trouble.

P Scott Linebrick
Holds, the necessary evil.

P Jesse Crain
Very nice keeper pick seeing as how he could succeed Nathan as closer. Nice pick.

P Matt Capps
Watch Torres closely, Capps is one of those great holds guys---the ones who could eventually get saves.

Bench Chuck James
Nice Keeper.

Bench Anthony Reyes
Good young pitcher on a good team. Nice.

Bench Chad Billingsley
Nice Keeper.

Overall--Obviously saves aren't going to happen, but you know this, everything else looks to be in good order, probably because you punted saves. Can't argue with the lineup, it's very strong for a 20 team league, you should have a nice batting average, which is always a hard trap to dig out of if you have a bad one in a keeper (the problem persists for years).

You have nice starters, Sheets is a huge key for you, because if he's healthy, you have a stud. I think CC is vastly underrated for the offense the Tribe will have this year.

You may want another holds guy (Maybe drop Lane) because if you're punting saves, you really want to dominate Holds, keeping in mind you don't have to do it yet, because plenty of holds guys will emerge as the season progresses.

Have a great year, good luck and sorry it took me so long to get back to you, I wanted to really be able to write a valuable response back and not just fire off a quick email.

Thanks for helping with mine.
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Postby fastymctalent55 » Wed Feb 28, 2007 2:04 pm

I do agree that you could use some cheap speed. Maybe a player like Duffy will emerge as the season unfolds, keep your eyes open for that. ;-D
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Postby vtigers23 » Wed Feb 28, 2007 10:32 pm

Thanks to all!!! I enjoyed every reply and it helped me tremendously.
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