Just a note, still post your team in the subject body. When replying I can't see your sig, so I have to flip back and forth to the post to find your team.
Very solid offense, not thrilled with Tejada as a starting SS, but that's the only position I'm really down on.
Tons of pitching! Pretty consistent over all, just keep an eye on the WW for some better talent when it becomes available.
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angels7777 wrote:every single closer or closer prospect was snatched up in this league with the exception of the Mariners...
How about Downs or Accardo? BJ Ryan isn't looking too good this spring. Aardsma looks like the front runner in Seattle, maybe take a chance on him? Villanueva would be a great pickup with his SP elig. IMO Sonnanstine is a wasted roster spot considering the depth of your SP. Might as well take a stab in the dark.
Maybe pick up Barmes or another multi-eligible guy to back up your starters and plug in on off days. I prefer to get as many games as I can out of my positions in H2H. Or grab a low ratio/high K setup guy if there are any left.
Here's the pitch on the way, a swing and a belt! Left field! Way back! BLUE JAYS WIN!
Looks like Morrow will be closing in SEA now, and Downs will be the backup for Ryan, so Accardo isn't the greatest pickup. Keep your eyes open for a closer during the year. there's bound to be a few that come out of no where.