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Postby Johnny Tuttle » Wed Mar 21, 2007 8:29 pm

Here's the weekly matchup categories:

H 1B 2B 3B HR SB BB TB PO A OBP SLG OPS
GS IP CG SHO OUT H R HR BB K TB ERA WHIP K/BB K/9

The min is 20 IP a week, and I won't get past 40 often at all.

(No AVG, saves, wins, runs, rbis.)

Round Pick Player Position
1. (8) José Reyes SS
2. (13) Manny Ramírez LF
3. (28) Grady Sizemore CF
4. (33) Matt Holliday LF
5. (48) Joe Nathan RP
6. (53) Francisco Rodríguez RP
7. (68) Carlos Delgado 1B
8. (73) John Smoltz SP
9. (88) Todd Helton 1B
10. (93) Adam Dunn LF
11. (108) Chris Young SP
12. (113) Eric Chávez 3B
13. (128) Curt Schilling SP
14. (133) Rich Hill SP
15. (148) Howie Kendrick 1B,2B
16. (153) John Patterson SP
17. (168) Joel Zumaya RP
18. (173) Alex Gordon 3B
19. (188) Jonny Gomes RF
20. (193) Carlos Quentin RF
21. (208) Ken Griffey Jr. CF
22. (213) Chris B. Young CF
23. (228) Pat Neshek RP
24. (233) Mike Napoli C

So my starting lineup is:

C Napoli
1B Delgado
2B Kendrick
SS Reyes
3B Chavez
LF Manny
CF Sizemore
RF Gomes/Quentin
UTIL: Holliday
UTIL: Helton/Dunn

SP: Smoltz
SP: Young
SP: Schilling
RP: Nathan
RP: K-Rod
P: Neshek
P: Patterson
P: Zumaya
With the other starters going when they start.

Even in a 10 team league, the wire is quite deep now: Taveras, Overbay, Edwin Encarnacion, Josh Bard, pretty much anyone like DeJesus or Aurillia, Luke Scott, Corey Hart, Lind

Pitchers: escobar, buerhle, james, garza, heilman, broxton, maine, bailey
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Postby Sid Bream's Slide » Wed Mar 21, 2007 8:46 pm

The team looks great from a batting standpoint, but I'd like to see an ace in your pitching staff. I'd wait for the season to start to see how Gordon and Chavez do and consider packaging the hotter one for a SP.

Other than the SP situation (which isn't horrible), the team looks solid.

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Postby rails80 » Wed Mar 21, 2007 9:24 pm

I'd agree with the post before me. Solid offensively, decent pitching. I always say you never know what's going to happen with pitchers (look at Willis last year).

Maybe keep on eye on middle relievers for wins early, then try to deal a hot position player for an ace a month or so into the season...
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Postby Johnny Tuttle » Wed Mar 21, 2007 9:28 pm

Please remember that wins don't count in my league, and that pitching is won by being competitive in games started, IP, and outs while not going too far over the minimum because of the negative counting stats (H R HR BB and TB) and the rate stats.
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Postby rails80 » Wed Mar 21, 2007 9:40 pm

My bad man - I didn't notice that W's don't count. Look for some solid Middle Relievers on the WW - guys like Scot Shields, Linebrink, Broxton, etc...they'll get you decent stats for the back-end of the rotation, but for GS and IP, you might need an upgrade for a workhorse at the front-end.

Otherwise, you're not too bad to start the season.
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Postby Johnny Tuttle » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:31 am

I have dropped Gomes for Corey Hart for a better RF option; I really want Luke Scott, too (and will take him when Quentin goes on the DL).
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Postby lcp0209 » Thu Mar 22, 2007 11:12 am

I like Howie Kendrick at 158, I took him a lot earlier. ;-D

How was Jose Reyes available at #8? Are you playing with all Yankees, Braves and philly fanse?

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Postby Johnny Tuttle » Thu Mar 22, 2007 11:28 am

I thought Sizemore and Dunn were the better picks, too!
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Postby skibz00 » Thu Mar 22, 2007 2:50 pm

I'd say trade one of your closers for an ace and page helton or dunn with chavez for a better 3b.. chavez just scares me other than that good draft
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Postby kingmike74 » Thu Mar 22, 2007 3:26 pm

Thanks for taking alook at my team

I think your offense is awesome but I think you need another #1 SP from somewhere. You have plenty of time to work a trade due to your prospects.
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