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How's this mock draft look?

Postby JeebusMcC » Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:34 am

I'm using a new projection and organization system this year. How do you think my team turned out? It's a 10 team league. I went heavy on pitching just because I was guaging when pitchers were available

C: Chris Iannetta 17
1B: Carlos Pena 7
2b: Ian Kinsler 2
3b: Aramis Ramirez 3
SS: Stephen Drew 9
OF: Ryan Braun 1
OF: Vladimir Guerrero 4
OF: Curtis Granderson 6
Util: Pat Burrell 11

SP: Roy Halladay 5
SP: John Lackey 10
RP: Joe Nathan 8
RP: Matt Capps 15
P: Francisco Cordero 16
P: Zack Greinke 12
P: Adam Wainwright 13
BN: Matt Cain 14
BN: Chris Young 18
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Re: How's this mock draft look?

Postby gomesshot » Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:17 pm

pretty good. id focus more n getting a starter not nathan. if u think about it the difference between nathan and an average closer is 5-10 saves and a .5 era and 35 so. the difference between say oswalt (a sp u can get around there) and an average starter is 50+ innings 1 era 75 so. much bigger difference
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Re: How's this mock draft look?

Postby rookies and cream » Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:35 pm

Looks good, but you probably could have gotten a better UT than Burrell in the 11th.
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Re: How's this mock draft look?

Postby The Artful Dodger » Mon Jan 19, 2009 3:48 pm

Good team, but even in a 10-teamer, I don't think you'll get the kind of bargains you did here on draft day. Drew, Granderson, Capps, and Cordero come to mind. As rooks said, I think you could've gotten a better UTIL option than Burrell in the 11th round or you could've simply waited for a power hitter at some bargain that produces as Burrell does to some extent (i.e. Glaus, Reynolds).
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Re: How's this mock draft look?

Postby Kimbos Beard » Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:54 pm

Your team is solid, and I like your staff.

I would say though this might not be the most accurate draft. If you can get Greinke, Wainwright and Cain in the 12,13,14 round on your actual draft day you would have to be super stoked. If this were your actual team I would deinitely suggest putting a package together with them to increase some of your bats.

Overall a nice team.
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