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Solid team, but can be better...right?

Postby haighter » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:48 pm

Hi all, here's my team. Let me know what you think I could improve via trade. I'm shopping all of my 2B's, because they're all tearing it up.

In a 12 team, H2H league with 5x5 scoring:

Avg, HR, R, RBI, SB
Wins, Saves, ERA, K's, WHIP

C
Mike Napoli

1B
Prince Fielder

2B
Robinson Canó

3B
Aubrey Huff

SS
Hanley Ramírez

OF
Alfonso Soriano

OF
Álex Ríos

OF
Andre Ethier

Util
Aaron Hill

BN
Chris Davis

BN
Milton Bradley

BN
Matt Wieters

BN
Orlando Hudson



SP
Roy Halladay

SP
Ted Lilly

SP
Johnny Cueto

SP (DL)
Brandon Webb

RP
B.J. Ryan

RP
Ryan Franklin

RP
Scott Downs

RP
Chris Pérez

RP
Manuel Corpas
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Re: Solid team, but can be better...right?

Postby Hit Factory » Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:25 pm

Ok, so here's the deal, you need to trade Orlando Hudson or Chris Davis. You already have Cano who will continue to have a strong season, and Prince Fielder will start hitting soon, making Davis expendable, you should look to improve your pitching. I love Halladay and I think Lilly is a very solid SP, the problem is that Webb is hurt and who knows how he will pitch when he returns. Another option would be to target a closer, you have a bunch of relievers but they won't provide you with an adequate number of saves. I think if you can secure a solid pitcher (preferably a closer,) you will be quite competitive in your league.
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