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Postby DaveClay12 » Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:06 pm

Leave a link, so I can help you.

Aside from RP, which I was gonna punt, and take middle relievers before they went waaaaay earlier than I thought, so I wound up with crappy closers instead of good middle guys, what do you think?

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6x6 weekly HtH 12 team roto keeper (between 5 and 10 keepers losing a draft pick for each after 5).

Off Categories:
BA, OPS, RBI, HR, SB and Runs Scored.

Pitching Categories:
W, S, ERA, K/IP, Losses minus Quality Starts and WHIP


My Roster

C: Victor Martinez (keeper)
1B: Adam LaRoche (11th round)
2B: Ian Kinsler (13th round)
SS: Jose Reyes (keeper)
3B: Scott Rolen (keeper)
OF: Carl Crawford (keeper)
OF: Hideki Matsui (keeper)
OF: Carlos Quentin (14th round)
U: Travis Hafner (keeper)

Bench: Ryan Shealy (19th round), Ty Wigginton (24th round), Mark Teahen (16th round), Luke Scott (29th round)

SP: Jake Peavy (keeper)
SP: Roy Halladay (keeper)
SP: Chris Young (keeper)
SP: Dan Haren (keeper)
SP: Scott Olsen (11th round)
RP: Armando Benitez (15th round)
RP: Seth McClung (21st round)
RP: Soloman Torres (18th round)

Bench: Chuck James (17th round), John Maine (25th round), Ricky Nolasco (27th round), Henry Owens (23rd round), Justin Duchscherer (26th round)

Minors: Mike Pelfrey (SP - NYM - keeper), Joey Votto (1B - Cin - 28th round), Ryan Braun (3B - Mil - 22nd round), Yovani Gallardo (SP - Mil - 20th round)
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Postby livinginarizona » Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:20 pm

how many do you play on offense?

and how do the players in the minors factor in?

I would throw a question mark over Benitez.....returning from injury and not a high-scoring offense in SF, but I'd watch developments on being traded to Boston. value definitely soars if he gets traded to Boston.

help with mine?

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Postby DaveClay12 » Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:38 pm

We play a full lineup plus on Util on Offense.

Minors are just four extra roster spots (non starting) that can only be used on people with fewer than 200 AB, 75 IP or 20 Pitching Appearances in a year.
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Postby Fade2White12 » Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:43 pm

Team is pretty solid. I really don't see any huge holes other than the one you addressed yourself - RPs. SPs are very strong as well as your OF - even with Quentin who is very well suited to your scoring cats. Infield is somewhat shaky, but nothing to be concerned about. I like it.
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Postby Shaman » Wed Mar 14, 2007 12:05 am

Wow .. neat leaguer, and great team. I worry a little about Kinsler ... I was real big on him last year, and as a late round pick, pretty greta. However, that's the place I'd keep an eye out cause I dont' see any backup in your pipeline. Love seeing Scott on your bench.

Interesting how your RP situation turned out. You may still yet find your quality middle reliever, perhaps by trading McClung after he logs a save or two. He's in the same tier as Weathers (who was my last roudn draft pick BTW).

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Postby livinginarizona » Wed Mar 14, 2007 12:10 am

I agree, RP is the area in need of work...McClung is not having a good Spring Training and is in jeopardy of losing the closer role.
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Postby The Knights » Wed Mar 14, 2007 12:12 am

Thanks for answering mine.

You have a pretty solid team. I agree about your closers though.
C- B. Molina
1b- Giambi, Votto
2b- Weeks, Theriot
3b- Kouzmanoff, Longoria
ss- Renteria, Theriot
of- DeJesus, Beltran, Ellsbury, Ibanez, Bruce, Hawpe
u- Beltran
p- Beckett, Hamels, Haren, Harang, Papelbon, Rivera, Greinke
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Postby fantasy_fan » Wed Mar 14, 2007 2:45 am

thanks for answering mine

I wish I had a lot of fantasy knowledge as I am just starting...but I wish I had your team...looks very solid
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Postby sleepyglow » Wed Mar 14, 2007 3:06 am

thats a fantastic looking team. I even love your bench and prospect players (Joey Votto is the man!, shealy is on the verge of breakout... i could say glowing things about all of them) I wouldn't be surprised if Teahen winds up starting in your OF over CQ.

Obviously you want to keep an eye on the tampa closing situation being that mcclung is literally throwing his job away, but i imagine chad and al are still available should he not pan out, but you already know all of this

awesome team ;-D
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Postby SweetAurillia » Wed Mar 14, 2007 3:22 am

Your team looks pretty solid to me, specially our infield. And its pretty much been said already with RP, but I took that same approach and took a dive in RP in my other league hoping the situation in Tampa and Atlanta can work something out for the WW.

Mine:
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