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Postby jmlevy » Tue Mar 27, 2007 11:58 am

Not bad, but not the best...that would be reserved for my team last year that had Soriano, Manny, Ortiz, DLee, Sizemore, Ichiro, Halladay, Zambrano, Verlander, Jered, Hill, JJ, Mariano, Putz, etc. Other than Ortiz, Ichiro, Zambrano, the rest were all acquired via trades or free agency...

I would look at your SP and ask if you have enough gas to last the whole season. With injury-prone starters like Sheets and Kazmir, along with the aging Smoltz, Clemens, and Gordon, your team might hit a major wall come August. If you stand put and suddenly see a drop in the standings around that time, you should be able to understand why...

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