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Postby mission27 » Tue Feb 19, 2008 4:10 pm

I finished third last year and made a few trades over the off season to improve my team. We keep 15, so how would you rate this team and in what areas should I try to improve on in the draft.

C - Victor Martinez
1B - Ryan Howard
2B - Ian Kinsler
SS - Derek Jeter
3B - Alex Rodriguez
OF - Ichiro Suzuki
OF - Nick Markakis
OF - Vernon Wells
OF - Hideki Matsui
OF -
MI - Hanley Ramirez
CI -
UTL -

P - Cole Hamels
P - Mariano Rivera
P - Fransisco Cordero
P - Phil Hughes
P - Jeremy Bonderman
P -
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P -
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Re: can i go all the way? (WHIR)

Postby demon83k » Tue Feb 19, 2008 6:08 pm

you really need to work on your starting pitching in your draft. but your offense the way it is should be enough to be a top team in any league. so id deffinatley focus on starting pitchers cause your closer and offense are solid. id look to possibly trade matsui for a pitcher and another outfielder in return.
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Re: can i go all the way? (WHIR)

Postby mission27 » Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:42 pm

with matsui: his percieved value by most and by the other owners in my league is far lower than what i think he can do. However if my offense gets off to a hot start I will definitly trade one of my hitters to improve sp. Ill answer your post now.
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