wrveres wrote:I went with Cincinnati, I feel they have the best balance of pitching, hitting, bullpen and bench. St Louis has the best arms, no doubt, but their bats dont excite me. They are one pulled hamstring (a likely possibility) from being third overall. Milwaukee is intriguing. If they ever get their pen figured out (and they are close), they could be dangerous, and easily take the division. Id really like to see Pittsburgh finish above .500, and i hope the Cubs never finish above .500 again.
Ender touched on this but the Cards are one pulled hamstring away from Tavares or Adams getting a starting job. Either could disappoint but that's pretty good depth. My concern with the Cards has more to do with how well Carpenter/Jay/Kozma/Freese (or whomever is starting) hits.
Izenhart wrote:Took Hanley off the DL today on one team and saw something Ayebatter will never see again
Hahah........add Crisp to my list.
I've been banning a lot of spammers lately I hope you don't get caught up in one of my sweeps.
Luckily for you the ban hammer you wield can't go on the DL. Cuz if it could it would.
Team Izzy C Mauer 1 E5 2 Altuve 3 ARam S Cabrera CI LaRoche MI Drew O Melky, Cuddyer, Morse, Hunter, McClouth U Ortiz SP Lee, Fister, Miller, Fernandez, Lackey, RP Chapman Frieri Grilli Gregrsn Bnch 1 Hart 3 Mdlbrk 3 Rendon O Eaton P Lohse Nolasco Santana
I'd rather have Hamels/Romo side, and Verlander/Chapman. That second one isn't even close in my mind. Depends on the league too, closer values vary quite a bit from league to league. I usually prefer to get the better player in 2-for-1 deals but in this case I'd prefer an elite SP/CL combo.