Better suited for the Anyalize Team forum...
Not a big believer in the leftside of your infield for sure, but sacrafices at one position mean upgrades at another...
Very nice OF, solid at the top with a cat in Kemp that does it all, followed by another cat that does in Markakis (just not as much as Kemp), Dunn with the big power numbers then 2 speedsters. Very nice combination of players I must say!
Util is weak, in a 12 teamer there has to be something there with a little more pop then Nick Johnson?
Pitching, not exactly sure where you made up for the middle of the road INF (outside of Tulo) and lack luster UTIL bat when theres no true ace here?
Nolasco is definitely a nice pick, but not to anchor a rotation. Harang=low win totals, maybe 140-150Ks and an ERA and WHIP that will kill your team, as a #2? Then comes Peavy and Liriano who where both hurt most all of last year, which yes COULD be turn around stars, but could more then likely struggle a bit. I like De La Rosa/Sanchez as 4/5s Good K rate guys with potential.
Buchholz and Matusz, outside of Nolasco, are the stars of this rotation, and that hurts given both are 'rookies' and could either do a little damage or flop just as easily. Young arms=Unpredictable.
Then theres the Relievers... Between Qualls, Jenks and Capps your looking at about a 4.00 ERA, Francisco has some injuries last year, and also sported a nasty 3.80+ ERA and has Feliz yipping at his heels. Frasor is the only guy i would want to roll with there. Dump Capps hes not worth a crap.
Overall your Pitching is shaky at best, your bats are a little bit better, but a lot of youth may hurt a bit. Your OF is stellar and the strongest point on your squad. I would first dump Capps for a bench bat, then look to upgrade Johnson for your UTIL slot.
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