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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby SOUTHSIDE HITMEN » Fri Jun 22, 2007 3:46 pm

FBBVirgin wrote:A few guys have done the White Sox already, but another won't hurt. Unless I missed it, no one seems to have accounted for A Rod, and since the future of the White Sox makes me want to drink a gallon of antifreeze and take a long nap, here goes nothing.

C- AJ
1B- Konerko (will retire in the black and white)
2B- IDK Cintron?
SS- Uribe
3B- Fields
LF- Anderson
CF- Owens
RF- Sweeney
DH- A Rod ( I know I know, can't afford him, right? well, who the hell can)
SP- Contreras
SP- Gio
SP - Garland
SP- Danks
SP- Broadway
CL- Jenks

Hey, at least in 2010 I will have a 2008 Superbowl Champs and a 2009 Superbowl Champs sweatshirt with the Bears logo on them.


IF these guys are starting for the Sox in 3 years man we are :X %6 >:# trouble.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby FBBVirgin » Fri Jun 22, 2007 4:04 pm

Not an Owens fan? What do you think happens with Anderson? You don't see him working out his kinks and getting another shot at the bigs? Gas station attendant is his only future? And as long as Uribe doesn't go killing people in his homeland, I think he is a pretty good option at SS.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby SOUTHSIDE HITMEN » Fri Jun 22, 2007 4:17 pm

FBBVirgin wrote:Not an Owens fan? What do you think happens with Anderson? You don't see him working out his kinks and getting another shot at the bigs? Gas station attendant is his only future? And as long as Uribe doesn't go killing people in his homeland, I think he is a pretty good option at SS.


Not a fan of our farm system. Owens, Anderson, Sweeney, J Reed, McCarthy, Borchard...I could go on and on. Don't like the kids in the minors offensively.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby FBBVirgin » Fri Jun 22, 2007 4:29 pm

I am assuming your list there is players that have been in our farm system in the past few years because McCarthy and Borchard are no longer members of the White Sox organization. But I agree with you to some extent. I like them defensively, and I have faith that with a year or two of experience, the hitting will come along.

Remember the world series team (I know it is hard with the way they are playing now). They weren't the biggest studs offensively. It was all about the small ball.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby SOUTHSIDE HITMEN » Fri Jun 22, 2007 5:23 pm

Yeah Pods would score in the first Inn every game ( 35 straight games ) and every ball bounced our way. Don't have faith in KW and the scouting Dept. Our future is looking bad.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby Ender » Fri Jun 22, 2007 5:29 pm

Remember the world series team (I know it is hard with the way they are playing now). They weren't the biggest studs offensively. It was all about the small ball.


Actually the teams HR's went down by only 42 that year and the runs scored went down by 124, they didn't bunt more than average and the 60 extra SB's didn't offset the loss in power and OBP they had by getting 'smaller'.

The White Sox won a world series based on their pitching, not this absurd notion that small ball did it.

5.17 ERA by starters, 4.31 by bullpen in 2004
3.75 ERA by starters, 3.23 by bullpen in 2005
4.65 ERA by starters, 4.53 by bullpen in 2006

2005 was all about the pitching.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby dclark0699 » Fri Jun 22, 2007 6:00 pm

SteveJeltzPhanClub wrote:No one has done the Phils yet? Here we go:

C Carlos Ruiz
1B Ryan Howard
2B Chase Utley
3B Garret Atkins (2008 Trade)
SS Jimmy Rollins
LF Michael Bourn
CF Aaron Rowand
RF Shane Victorino

SP1 Cole Hamels
SP2 Brad Penny (2009 FA)
SP3 Carlos Carasco
SP4 Adam Eaton
SP5 Joe Savory

CL Brett Myers
SU1 Ryan Madson
SU2 Mike Zagurski


Out of curiosity, who would you send Colorado's way for Atkins?
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby SteveJeltzPhanClub » Fri Jun 22, 2007 7:01 pm

dclark0699 wrote:
SteveJeltzPhanClub wrote:No one has done the Phils yet? Here we go:

C Carlos Ruiz
1B Ryan Howard
2B Chase Utley
3B Garret Atkins (2008 Trade)
SS Jimmy Rollins
LF Michael Bourn
CF Aaron Rowand
RF Shane Victorino

SP1 Cole Hamels
SP2 Brad Penny (2009 FA)
SP3 Carlos Carasco
SP4 Adam Eaton
SP5 Joe Savory

CL Brett Myers
SU1 Ryan Madson
SU2 Mike Zagurski


Out of curiosity, who would you send Colorado's way for Atkins?


Not like Atkins is tearing the cover off the ball that you would need to send to terribly much in exchange for him- Rockies are going to have both Stewart and Atkins, and could be looking for a nice package deal in return:

How about a package of 2 of the following 4 minor league prospects- CJ Henry, Jason Jarmillo, Adrian Cardenas and J.A Happ

I know that Atkins and Utley are very close- former UCLA teamates, and the Phillies management have a history of bringing in star player's buddies (ex. Thome = Charlie Manuel)
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby Fantasy Man 27 » Sat Jun 23, 2007 7:27 pm

SteveJeltzPhanClub wrote:
dclark0699 wrote:
SteveJeltzPhanClub wrote:No one has done the Phils yet? Here we go:

C Carlos Ruiz
1B Ryan Howard
2B Chase Utley
3B Garret Atkins (2008 Trade)
SS Jimmy Rollins
LF Michael Bourn
CF Aaron Rowand
RF Shane Victorino

SP1 Cole Hamels
SP2 Brad Penny (2009 FA)
SP3 Carlos Carasco
SP4 Adam Eaton
SP5 Joe Savory

CL Brett Myers
SU1 Ryan Madson
SU2 Mike Zagurski


Out of curiosity, who would you send Colorado's way for Atkins?


Not like Atkins is tearing the cover off the ball that you would need to send to terribly much in exchange for him- Rockies are going to have both Stewart and Atkins, and could be looking for a nice package deal in return:

How about a package of 2 of the following 4 minor league prospects- CJ Henry, Jason Jarmillo, Adrian Cardenas and J.A Happ

I know that Atkins and Utley are very close- former UCLA teamates, and the Phillies management have a history of bringing in star player's buddies (ex. Thome = Charlie Manuel)


I bet the commisioner would veto that trade if it went down :D

Seriously though, they wouldn't take that. Atkins was the leader in balls hit 380+ feet last year, he isn't a fluke. They still have some cheap years left with him.
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Re: Your Favorite Team's 2010 Lineup

Postby cordscords » Sun Jun 24, 2007 3:13 am

2010 Houston Astros:

C- Michael Barrett
1B- Lance Berkman
2B- Chris Burke
SS- Orlando Cabrera
3B- Troy Glaus
LF- Carlos Lee
CF- Hunter Pence
RF- ?

SP- Roy Oswalt
SP- Troy Patton
SP- Matt Albers
SP- Wandy Rodriguez
SP- Chris Sampson
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