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Postby shappy » Mon Mar 12, 2007 12:00 pm

Ok so I just had my 10 team 7x7 h2h league draft and this is how my roster came out. I am pretty happy with it although I dont ahve one of the ACE pitchers, I feel like I have a good arsenal of arms.

Stats:
Batting: r, hr, rbi, sb, avg, obp, slg
Pitching: w, k, sv, era, whip, k/9, k/bb

Keep in mind with the pitching that we do not have any flex positions so it is 5 SP spots and then 2 RP spots...


Roster:
C- Brian McCann
1B- Prince Fielder
2B- Dan Uggla
SS- Jose Reyes
3B- Eric Chavez
CI - Morgan Ensberg
MI- Jose Lopez
OF- Grady Sizemore
OF- Matt Holliday
OF- Pat Burrell
Util- Jim Thome
BN- Alex Gordon
BN - Jonny Gomes

SP- Felix Hernandez
SP- Scott Kazmir
SP- Rich Hill
SP- Cole Hammels
SP- Kei Igawa
RP- Fransisco Rodriguez
RP- Trevor Hoffman
BN- Roger Clemens
BN- Ricky Nolasco
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Postby saahil » Mon Mar 12, 2007 12:20 pm

i would look to try to improve your starting pitching, but a pretty decent team.
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Postby itodd » Mon Mar 12, 2007 1:10 pm

with k/9 and k/bb as stats, i think your pitching staff is ALOT better than it would be as a regular 5x5. You got a number of flamethrowers.
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Postby Svatos » Mon Mar 12, 2007 1:18 pm

I like Hamels and Hill!

Maybe you can try to trade Chavez. Gordon could be big!

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Postby im19struefan » Mon Mar 12, 2007 2:06 pm

Your team is beastly. I think you should win the Divison.
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Postby psycho1jau » Mon Mar 12, 2007 2:47 pm

Your rotation is fine. Any of the first four could really step up and be an ace pitcher (I consider Kazmir an ace already, he just needs the offense to give him some more wins). Hernandez and Kazmir are the best pitchers on their teams right now (albeit bad teams) and Hill and Hammels should be studs in the making. Not to mention if Clemens signs on somewhere, you know you'll get great production from him.

Your lineup is solid all the way through, but no real big mashers. If you were to trade one of your starters, I'd do it for a stud hitter, if you can get it, otherwise sit tight, it should be good enough as is.

I would trade Uggla now while he's still a high comodity. His numbers in the second half more resemble his minor league numbers (he was a rule 5 draft pick for a reason). Players rarely outdo their minor league numbers (see Clint Barmes). His half a good season should net you something solid, and you can go from there.

I agree on the Gordon assessment. I really like him to have a good year, and if you can use one of your 3B to net another position, then good. If not, hold onto them until someone gives you back something of their worth.

All in all, a good team.
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Postby clarkw267 » Mon Mar 12, 2007 3:13 pm

I actually agree about Uggla.. I'd try and move him now. Other than that I like the balance your team has.. The one thing you may be lacking is a big time Corner bat.
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Postby PedroFan45 » Mon Mar 12, 2007 5:40 pm

I think Gordon should replace Ensberg or Chavez once he comes up so one of those guys is tradeable. Maybe try and deal one for another SP
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Postby shappy » Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:46 pm

/bump
I have been getting a lot of mixed opinons as far as go after a SP or a Big Bat, if you could let me know which you think is more important at this point, and then who I should try to possible go after that would be great

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Postby travtufts » Mon Mar 12, 2007 6:58 pm

I think if you're going to do any movement with this before the season it would be to look for one more big bat. I'd try that before pitching, since you have a very solid (albeit not "star studded") rotation.

Is Chavez really your best bet at 3B?


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