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Team A Vs. Team B

Postby Winstunt » Sat Mar 26, 2011 12:38 pm

What team do you guys think is better?

H2H 8 Teams, 5 batting stats, 6 pitching stats

Team A:

C- Matt Weiters
1B- Justin Morneau
2B- Dan Uggla
3B- David Wright
SS- Hanley Ramirez
OF- Carlos Gonzalez
OF- Matt Kemp
Of- Justin Upton
Util- Mike Stanton

SP- Cole Hamels
SP- Roy Oswalt
SP- Matt Cain
SP- Jeremy Hellickson
RP- Brian Wilson
RP- Aroldis Chapman


Team B:

C- Brian McCann
1B- Ryan Howard
2B- Dustin Pedroia
3B- Mark Reynolds
SS- Troy Tulowitzki
OF- Drew Stubbs
OF- Delmon Young
OF- Jay Bruce
Util- Jacoby Ellsbury

SP- Clayton Kershaw
SP- Zack Greinke
SP- Mark Scherzer
SP- Dan Haren
RP- Heath Bell
RP- Jonathan Papelbon
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Re: Team A Vs. Team B

Postby screwball1234 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 3:01 pm

I believe Team A has the better Offense and slightly deeper pitching staff. Hamels, Oswalt, Cain are a better 3 than Kershaw, Grienke, Scherzer. Team A also has the edge in the Outfield plus I;m not a huge fan of Howard this year, nobody hitting in front + behind him = pitch around him all year.

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Re: Team A Vs. Team B

Postby Winstunt » Sat Mar 26, 2011 3:24 pm

screwball1234 wrote:I believe Team A has the better Offense and slightly deeper pitching staff. Hamels, Oswalt, Cain are a better 3 than Kershaw, Grienke, Scherzer. Team A also has the edge in the Outfield plus I;m not a huge fan of Howard this year, nobody hitting in front + behind him = pitch around him all year.

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you gotta be out of your tree to be thinking team a has better pitching. kershaw AL MVP/CY YOUNG


or nl same thing
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Re: Team A Vs. Team B

Postby Warrior24 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 3:30 pm

I would have go with team A on this better overall offense with a good mixture of power and speed. I would be a little worried about Team B's batting average though with Howard, Reynolds, and Stubbs.

Team B does have the better staff and bullpen though.

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Re: Team A Vs. Team B

Postby Padres Fan » Sat Mar 26, 2011 4:06 pm

I like Team A offensivley, due to slightly better power and steals and a advantage AVG wise, but like Team B's pitching alot more with Kershaw and 2 great closers, Team A pitching is good but in a shallow roster like that I would have gone with a another SP (who can moonlight at RP, Hellickson) instead of Wilson, or apitcher like Marmol who puts up stellar K's (100+) and a good ERA/WHIP as a reliver, and Hellickson is still rsky in my book in a shallow depth league

Overall I would go team A, since the pitching issues can be correced by WW pick-ups and that Offense is good to go, and team B has too many Offensive holes to worry about.

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Re: Team A Vs. Team B

Postby Winstunt » Sat Mar 26, 2011 4:22 pm

I think Jacoby is better than Stanton I think team B is overall better even offence
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Re: Team A Vs. Team B

Postby Padres Fan » Sat Mar 26, 2011 6:02 pm

I will still go with Team A

Team A
Sub .270 hitters:
Dan Uggla - but offsets that with
Justin Upton-Could easily hit over .280 though
Mike Stanton-Extreme power
Matt Wieters-Possibly, but won't hurt team
That leaves 3-4 players at above .300, 8-9 at 20+hrs, 3 players 20+ steals (one above 35+)
2 others at 15+ steals

Team B
Sub .270 hitters:
Ryan Howard
Mark Reynolds
Drew Stubbs
Possibly Jay Bruce
Only 2 for sure .300 hitters
Plus your main speed guy has a injury history, and Mark Reynolds is too bad a hitter to offset
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