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Too many injury-prone guys for one team?

Postby Joe LaCock » Thu Apr 01, 2004 4:00 pm

I would love hear input. Schilling (16th overall), Bonds (32), Johnson (33), Brown (80), Morris (96), Contreras (160)

What do you guys think? The only pick I question is Randy Johnson but all the guys I wanted were gone so I decided to gamble. I think Bonds, Brown, Morris, and Contreras were awesome for where I got them. What do you guys think? Thanks. Joe
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Postby The Jury » Thu Apr 01, 2004 4:08 pm

That's a solid group. I wouldn't be all worried about injuries. To win, you have to shoot for the top, and those players have upsides that can take you to the title. You've got to take a chance to win, cause if you play it safe every time then you'll just fall into the bunch of mediocre teams in the middle of the pack. Unless it's a case like JD Drew or Griffey, don't worry too much about injury. Aim high ;-D
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