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Just drafted in a 10 team money league, how'd I do? WHIR

Postby jmlevy » Wed Mar 19, 2008 1:22 am

10 team non-keeper h2h, 7x7 scoring with BB(hitting), TB, L, and BB(pitching) added, rounds are in parentheses

    Batters
    C - Brian McCann (Atl - C) (9)
    1B - Albert Pujols (StL - 1B) (2)
    2B - Rickie Weeks (Mil - 2B) (10)
    3B - Garrett Atkins (Col - 1B,3B) (7)
    SS - Hanley Ramirez (Fla - SS) (1)
    OF - Manny Ramirez (Bos - OF) (4)
    OF - Hunter Pence (Hou - OF) (6)
    OF - Nick Swisher (CWS - 1B,OF) (14)
    Util - Ryan Braun (Mil - 3B) (3)
    BN - Delmon Young (Min - OF) (16)
    BN - Howie Kendrick (LAA - 2B) (17)
    BN - Matt Kemp (LAD - OF) (19)

    Pitchers
    SP - Felix Hernandez (Sea - SP) (8)
    SP - Rich Hill (ChC - SP) (11)
    RP - Jonathan Papelbon (Bos - RP) (5)
    RP - Rafael Soriano (Atl - RP) (12)
    P - A.J. Burnett (Tor - SP) (13)
    P - Brian Wilson (SF - RP) (20)
    P - Jonathan Broxton (LAD - RP) (21)
    BN - Ian Snell (Pit - SP) (15)
    BN - Ted Lilly (ChC - SP) (18)

Kendrick was an autopick as I ran out of time. I had 2nd pick overall, so Pujols was taken 19th overall, which I feel could be a huge steal if he still jacks 40. How do you feel about my depth, balance, and the overall quality of my team? Do I have any weaknesses and if so, how would you recommend I go about addressing them(via trades or WW)?

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Re: Just drafted a team in a money league, how'd I do? WHIR

Postby AnotherWalk » Wed Mar 19, 2008 1:39 am

Let me just say this team is very good.

I agree on pujols completley, and I think its great that you got him.

I think you reached on Hill, but your pitching staff is pretty deep so its ok. I like your depth at CL, but if Percival is going to be closing ((which he will)) then I would find room for him on my team somewhere, even if you give up Broxton.

I think Edwin Encarnacion needs to be on your team somewhere, this guy is primed for a breakout and could hit 20 HR with 10 SB and drive in a handful of runs batting behind Griffey/Dunn/Phillips.

I think if there was one problem area it would be speed, it seems to me that in your starting lineup you'll only get 95-105 SB so I would try and find a way to get 10-20 more SB into that starting lineup personally, but this team is pretty good everywhere.

Very very solid effort.
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Re: Just drafted a team in a money league, how'd I do? WHIR

Postby nothingtoproveco » Wed Mar 19, 2008 2:32 am

Overall you have a very solid team. I think you dealt with the Pujols situation quite well. Despite the uncertainty he very well could put up outstanding numbers this year and will be a steal for you. If not, you have a Atkins and Swisher to fill the void at first and some talent on the bench with breakout potential. Speed is good, but not great.

I think your one potential weak spot is starting pitching. You have five solid mid-round pitchers but no one standout. Obviously Felix is your number one but the lack of a top tier guy could be troublesome if any one of them has a poor season or is injured. That being said, it is not a bad staff, just one which could potential give you some trouble. Overall great job though.

Any feedback on my squad would be greatly appreciated:
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