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Postby seabass » Mon Mar 29, 2004 2:22 pm

1b D Ortiz
2b A Soriano
3b J Crede
ss E Renteria
c I Rodriguez
of V Wells
of D Young
of J Guillen
u C Crawford
u A Dunn
sp K Millwood
sp R Wolf
sp A Pettitte
sp M Buerhle
sp M Hampton
rp J Santana
rp M Batista
rp F rodriquez (ANA)

Bench
3b M Ensberg
1b C Pena
of J Payton
of L Nix
sp J Williams
sp O Perez

I think I have a pretty solid squad, especially for a 12 team league. What do ya'll think? Thanks!
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Postby Rick007 » Mon Mar 29, 2004 2:51 pm

Your infield is fine but your OF are a bit weak. After Wells, you have big questions marks. You need Dunn to step up and Guillen to stay healthy. You could probably put Crawford in the outfield and play Ensberg at Utility.

Your Sp are ok and obviously you lack in the Save department.
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Postby seabass » Mon Mar 29, 2004 3:09 pm

Saves are only worth 5 points in our league, and wins are worth 10. So, I went with the thory of grabbing two starters who qualify as relievers (Batista and Santana) so I could have 7 starters going per week.

Also, I don't think Young is a question mark. He hit 30 dingers and had nice RBI's last year, and the Tigers lineup is improved. Guillen was a stab, but he's in a very good lineup in a hitter's park. Even if the average isn't there, Dunn will hit bombs and walk. Wells is very solid, and Crawford could end up being the best of the lot. I think he'll have a bit more power this year.

And, honestly, I think the starters are better than O.K. Any one of those starters has a great shot at at least 15 wins. Thanks for your opinion, though. That's what I'm looking for!
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Postby guest » Mon Mar 29, 2004 3:29 pm

I would agree with rick- I think your pitchers are ok, nothing more.
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Postby seabass » Mon Mar 29, 2004 3:34 pm

Barring injury, every one of those starters will win at least 12-15.
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Postby fishingmn » Mon Mar 29, 2004 3:58 pm

Still think you could use some saves.

Does your league have an innings pitched maximum for the season? You may run into a problem if your plan is to rotate 7 starters instead of having a few closers.

Personally I'd pick up at least some fringe closers and drop some 1 extra pitcher and outfielder like Nix.

Lescanic, Herges, Velvalde, Riske - any of them available?
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