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what should i improve on for 2nd half?

Postby metsfan33 » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:02 am

c molina
1 votto
2murphy
3 encarnacion
ss plouffe
1b/3b fielder
2b/ss bonefacio
outfield elsbury,granderson,craig,morse,r davis
utility howard
sp lincecum,wainwright,latos,dickey,johan,moore,bauer,beckett
dl marcum
rp capps,axford,marmol
dl storen
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Re: what should i improve on for 2nd half?

Postby mkultra » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:13 am

It would be helpful if you posted the format/scoring details of your league.

Offhand, I'd say if you're playing in anything deeper than an 8-team league with that squad, you need to find tougher competitors to play with...
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Re: what should i improve on for 2nd half?

Postby Quackman » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:45 am

Id work on getting a good pitcher. Lincy has been dropped in a couple of my leagues. I wouldnt feel comfortable with Beckett or Moore either. With your staff a bad week could be a reallly bad week. Id look for an Ace. Shop around EE or maybe morse/craig and a pitcher, see what comes back. Good luck.
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Re: what should i improve on for 2nd half?

Postby metsfan33 » Thu Jul 12, 2012 2:28 pm

5x5 h2h ten team league
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