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IS THIS A STACKED TEAM FOR 14 MAN LEAGUE?

Postby primetimeplaya1 » Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:42 pm

This is a 14 Man H2H League...ESPN Basic Scoring
How does my offense and pitching stack up?? (2 divisions 7 teams in each)

DH- David Ortiz
1B- Adam LaRoche
2B- Chase Utley
SS- Hanley Ramirez
3B- Joe Crede
OF- Matt Holliday
OF- JD Drew
OF- Raul Ibanez
C- Victor Martinez
Util- Dave Roberts
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Bench
IF- Ty Wigginton
OF- Xavier Nady
OF- Jose Guillen

PITCHING

SP- Rich Harden
SP- Erik Bedard
SP- Ervin Santana
SP- Dave Bush
SP- Ian Snell
CP- Billy Wagner
CP- Joe Borowski

Bench
SP- Joe Blanton
SP- Anibal Sanchez
SP- Wade Miller

Thanks! Any help will be appreciated...
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Postby livinginarizona » Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:53 pm

10 hitters? Usually you have the UTIL position, where you have choices.

Great hitters except for that last UTIL spot....look to get a run scoring, base stealing producer....not sure Dave Roberts will last an entire year. I am high on Shane Victorino. Slated to hit number two in that Phillies offense.

help with mine?

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Postby coldfusion » Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:49 am

Great hitters, but the pitching staff lacks. Your ace is Rich Harden, but there's no guarantee that he can stay healthy for long. Try to deal one of your many hitters for a Roy Halladay/Jake Peavy type
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