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10 team h2h 5x5

Postby Mills13 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:29 pm

Drafted this team last night. Let me know what you think. WHIR

C Víctor Martínez (Cle - C,1B)
1B Derrek Lee (ChC - 1B)
2B Ian Kinsler (Tex - 2B)
3B Aramis Ramírez (ChC - 3B)
SS Troy Tulowitzki (Col - SS)
OF Matt Holliday (Col - OF)
OF Alfonso Soriano (ChC - OF)
OF Chris Young (Ari - OF)
Util Gary Sheffield (Det - OF)
SP James Shields (TB - SP)
SP A.J. Burnett (Tor - SP)
RP B.J. Ryan (Tor - RP)
RP Kerry Wood (ChC - RP)
P Chad Billingsley (LAD - SP,RP)
P Brett Myers (Phi - SP,RP)
P Jeremy Bonderman (Det - SP)
BN Evan Longoria (TB - 3B) NA
BN Alex Gordon (KC - 1B,3B)
BN Juan Pierre (LAD - OF)
BN Dustin McGowan (Tor - SP)
BN Clay Buchholz (Bos - SP)
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Re: 10 team h2h 5x5

Postby redwings122 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:33 pm

Great Offense!! Pitching depends on sleeper McGowan and the rest of your young staff produce like they can and if Wood becomes closer. Solid IMO ;-D
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Re: 10 team h2h 5x5

Postby giants8307 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:03 pm

That's a pretty rediculous offense, which is important in H2H. You'll dominate the power cats.

I can see your pitching panning out. You've got some great upside in Bonderman, McGowan, and Buchholz. If two of the three break out, you'll be competitive in pitching and probably sweep the offensive categories. I prefer a bit more balanced approach, but you picked some very good sleepers @ SP.
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