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Postby Ajax » Mon Mar 10, 2003 1:48 pm

Pretty good draft Antlive.

Incredibly, it looks like nobody bothered to draft Prior or Beckett.
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Postby AntLive » Mon Mar 10, 2003 6:21 pm

Ajax wrote:Pretty good draft Antlive.

Incredibly, it looks like nobody bothered to draft Prior or Beckett.


Thanks. And that was a live draft. Beckett is still avail. I can't believe I missed him. Prior got picked up. I tried to get him but someone with higher waiver priority got him.
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Postby DGroundhog » Mon Mar 10, 2003 6:36 pm

Impressive. Looks like Pujols in the OF? That's pretty unique.

LoDuca
Raffy
Spivey
Eckstein
Chavez
Berkman
Pujols
Cameron

That's prett sweet.

I'd dump guys like Hawkins, Bell you don't even need, Buddy Groom maybe, Daal, etc. If Beckett is there, he's your #1 priority. I'd also look for Embree since you need another RP. Lilly, Oliver Perez would be other good option. Perez is struggling a bit, but he is a nice young arm in a great park to pitch. Both should get you nice K's, WHIP, and ERA, hopefully the wins come too. Villafuerte could be the guy in SD. Worth a shot on the bench for now if there is room. Like I said, SD is a good place to pitch with a lot of foul territory that reduces runs scored. Perez and Villafuerte could be steals.

EDIT: If Aramis is on waivers, grab him too. probably #2 on ww priority after Beckett. He had an ankle injury last year that hurt him. He worked out in the offseason intent on injury not slowing him again. He did play thru it last year, he's a warrior. He's had some nice games so far, and looks like he'll rebound. If he does, you'd have even greater flexibilty with excellent trade bait in Raffy/Chavez/Pujols.
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Postby AntLive » Mon Mar 10, 2003 7:41 pm

DGroundhog wrote:I'd dump guys like Hawkins, Bell you don't even need, Buddy Groom maybe, Daal, etc. If Beckett is there, he's your #1 priority. I'd also look for Embree since you need another RP. Lilly, Oliver Perez would be other good option. Perez is struggling a bit, but he is a nice young arm in a great park to pitch. Both should get you nice K's, WHIP, and ERA, hopefully the wins come too. Villafuerte could be the guy in SD. Worth a shot on the bench for now if there is room. Like I said, SD is a good place to pitch with a lot of foul territory that reduces runs scored. Perez and Villafuerte could be steals.

EDIT: If Aramis is on waivers, grab him too. probably #2 on ww priority after Beckett. He had an ankle injury last year that hurt him. He worked out in the offseason intent on injury not slowing him again. He did play thru it last year, he's a warrior. He's had some nice games so far, and looks like he'll rebound. If he does, you'd have even greater flexibilty with excellent trade bait in Raffy/Chavez/Pujols.


Thanks. In bold is a previous post I made. I did most of what you said. Instead of Embree I got Williamson. I also have Hoffamn. I figured he would be good once he came back and that would give me my 3 closers. Should I dump Daal for Embree. He is availiable. Then I'll have 4 closers.

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I was able to get Kearns, Willamson(He is closing in Cincy, right?), Ramirez(Will he rebound?), Bautista(Really good till his injury last year), Fossum(Decent rookie campaign?) and Hampton(Will he rebound also?) off of the waiver wire.


This is my current team right now:

C Lo Duca, Paul (C, 1B-LA)
1B Pujols, Albert (LF, 3B, 1B-StL)
2B Spivey, Junior (2B-Ari)
3B Chavez, Eric (3B-Oak)
SS Eckstein, David (SS-Ana)
OF Berkman, Lance (CF, LF-Hou)
OF Cameron, Mike (CF-Sea)
OF Kearns, Austin (RF-Cin)
Util Erstad, Darin (CF-Ana)
Util Palmeiro, Rafael (1B, DH-Tex)
Bench Durazo, Erubiel (1B-Oak)
Bench Ramirez, Aramis (3B-Pit)
Bench Bautista, Danny (RF-Ari) -
Pitchers
SP Oswalt, Roy (SP-Hou)
SP Millwood, Kevin (SP-Phi)
RP Guardado, Eddie (RP-Min)
RP Williamson, Scott (RP-Cin)
P Daal, Omar (SP, RP-Bal)
P Miller, Wade (SP-Hou)
P Wolf, Randy (SP-Phi)
Bench Hampton, Mike (SP-Atl)
Bench Fossum, Casey (RP, SP-Bos)
Bench Hoffman, Trevor (RP-SD)

This is a 10 team, 5X5, H2H league. Thanks.
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