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Postby Canajin » Mon Apr 23, 2007 10:49 am

advice please

14 team yahoo points pool.

R (1), 1B (1.5), 2B (2.0), 3B (8), HR (6), RBI (2), SH (1), SB (5), CS (-5), BB (1.5), HBP (3), K (-2), GIDP (-2.5), E (-2.5), IP (1), W (4), L (-4), CG (8), SHO (12), SV (4), ER (-.5), HR (-3), BB (-1.5), K (3), GIDP (3), HLD (3)

C Gerald Laird
1B Paul Konerko
2B Chase Utley
3B José Bautista
SS Rafael Furcal
OF Eric Byrnes
OF Matt Holliday
OF Delmon Young
Util Travis Hafner
BN Chone Figgins
BN Corey Patterson

SP Tomo Ohka
SP Adam Eaton
SP Javier Vázquez
RP Brian Fuentes
RP Carlos Silva
RP Al Reyes
P Chris Sampson
P Chris Carpenter
P Clay Hensley
BN Josh Towers
BN Cole Hamels
BN Matt Cain
BN Horacio Ramírez
BN Darrell Rasner
BN Russ Ortiz
DL Lance Cormier
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Postby freedwightgrant » Mon Apr 23, 2007 7:23 pm

I'd try to move some pitching for an upgrade on your offense. who's available FA wise?


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Pitching FA...that is funny.

Postby Canajin » Tue Apr 24, 2007 10:47 am

no one, unless you want to do the swapping game in and out. In this league pretty much every SP in the rotation is in play. So the only pitching points to get would be through middle relief, which is not a territory I want to get into personally. I think that is too unpredicatble a way to pick up points.
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Re: Pitching FA...that is funny.

Postby TopHatCat » Tue Apr 24, 2007 12:54 pm

Canajin wrote:no one, unless you want to do the swapping game in and out. In this league pretty much every SP in the rotation is in play. So the only pitching points to get would be through middle relief, which is not a territory I want to get into personally. I think that is too unpredicatble a way to pick up points.


I don't know, looking at your scoring, middle relievers might actually be be better bets then some of your weaker starters. Sure complete games and shut outs are worth a hell of a lot but they happen so rarely nowadays it's not something you can really count on. Holds are worth 3 points, wins are worth 4. You don't have a lot of risk of picking up a loss with a reliever and the best ones only allow a handful of earned runs and homers.

Looking at your current staff you're telling me you'd rather throw someone like Chris Sampson or Horacio Ramirez out there then a stud set up man like Jonathan Broxton or Joel Zumaya? Heck even a guy like Matt Capps has 7 holds this year.
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Postby Canajin » Tue Apr 24, 2007 4:10 pm

okay, now that makes sense...lol
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