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Back from 1 year retirement, auto drafted half my team, LOOK

Postby hpham45 » Mon Mar 03, 2008 9:06 pm

Hey guys,

I took a year off from fantasy baseball and got back into it this year. I could only draft up to the 12th round in a 23 round draft and so half my team is autodrafted. I think overall it is good but my OF's are weak. Please analyze it for me and let me know how to improve it. Not much OF's on the FA but plenty of pitchers left: Petitte, Maddux, Gordon, El Duque, Meche.

10 TEAM H2H NON-KEEPER ROSTER

C: McCann
1B: Howard
2B: Weeks
3B: Atkins
SS: Rollins
OF: C. Young, D. Young, Damon, Ibanez, Cuddyer
Util: Thome, O. Cabrerra
BN: Kent

SP: Bedard, Beckett, Kazmir, C. Buchholz, Wainright, Gorzelanny

RP: Putz, Wagner, Gagne, Chamberlain
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Re: Back from 1 year retirement, auto drafted half my team, LOOK

Postby RenPastana » Tue Mar 04, 2008 5:04 pm

Great team! looks a lot like mine actually! aka slow and weak in the OF but other than that, great draft! Your SP is def. the best part of your team! I would look around for a 2B since i dont trust Weeks' wrist to be fully healthy! I see you got Kent, but is Howie Kendrick on the WW by any chance? he would give you more much needed speed. your RP are awesome! perhaps you could trade one or maybe two of them for an upgrade in the OF? you can find relievers rather easy on the WW.

Good team overall...i would say 7 out of 10!

help with mine? viewtopic.php?t=325057
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