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Fixed my draft with a trade & adds- hows it look now?

Postby Bunker » Fri Mar 30, 2007 5:23 pm

I made the trade offer of Gagne, Otsuka, and Figgens for Matsui and Fielder.

It looks like he just accepted (pending arroval by the league now I guess).

I also picked up two SPs in Patterson and Contreras.

Now I have one open roster spot with my lineup looking like this:

C (1): K. Johjima,
1B (1): M. Teixeira,
2B (1): J. Lugo
SS (1): D. Jeter
3B (1): A. Rod,
OF (3): J. Pierre, C. Duncan, H. Matsui
Util (1): P. Fielder

Bench: K. Youkilis, W. Taveras, B. Hawpe

Pitchers (7)
SP: B. Sheets, B. Myers, E. Bedard, J. Patterson, J. Contreras
RP: M. Rivera, J. Papelbon T. Saito

How does the team look? Thanks to all that helped me with makind my moves.

I was thinking about picking up Chris Young, but that may be too many outfilders. Not sure if my open spot would be better served with another SP or Infielder (2B seems to be my biggest weakness).
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Postby Bklyn55 » Sat Mar 31, 2007 1:56 pm

With Papelbon in relief role, you are probably good for 105-110 saves, but that cost you 10-12 Wins and 75 or so K's. A SP would certainly help.

Lugo isn't bad. He gives you some BA and SB's. Batting leadoff his R's should be decent with lineup to follow. Might suggest multiposition infielder/OF like Wigginton, Aurilia, Swisher, F Sanchez or Figgins for insurance.

Let's see what others think.

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