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6th outfielders on a 5 OF starter team

Postby Lauren Matthew » Fri Apr 02, 2004 3:21 pm

I have these 6 OF's. .... Only 5 start. Who would you bench?

GREEN - BYRD - IBANEZ - ROBERTS - BURNITZ - PATTERSON
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Postby davidoffgoodlife » Fri Apr 02, 2004 3:26 pm

Jesus, who's your FIRST outfielder?

Wow. Considering you have 5 already and not a one of them is a top 20 at the position, you've got bigger problems than finding a 6th guy. Just look at the free agent pool and get the highest ranked, make sure to look at # of at-bats though, a platooner will do you no good.
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Postby Lauren Matthew » Fri Apr 02, 2004 3:31 pm

My IF is PUJOLS, KENT, NOMAR and BLALOCK.

I firmly believe is stacking the IF more than OF. OF's are a dime a dozen. And if you don't mind answering the question please stick to that.
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Postby Jarrod32 » Fri Apr 02, 2004 4:28 pm

Do you get to make weekly transactions? If so, you can bench the player with the worst matchups in a given week. For example, if Seattle is in Oakland in a given week, bench Ibanez...rotate them to get the matchup you want (or at least eliminate the worst matchup).

If you don't make weekly transactions, maybe you can find someone who has one or two stud outfielders and then three or four weak ones, and trade two of your OF for one stud and one weak one.

By the way, your strategy...drafting good infielders and then filling in the OF...is a good one. And you have six pretty solid outfielders to complement your infielders.
There's a madness to my methods...
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Postby Lauren Matthew » Fri Apr 02, 2004 4:34 pm

jarrod,

we get to make daily transactions. Of course, I'm going to go after the "hot" player of the week. That's why I need the flexibility, i.e. "the utility spot", for the player that comes and goes, if you know what I mean.

basically, I'm asking for input/projections/prospectus for my OF's. What people in here see for the these players, such as where they are batting in the lineup and how they are going to effect their numbers .... stuff like that.
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