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How does this team look after year 1? Dynasty

Postby BigWebb48 » Mon Dec 16, 2013 5:08 pm

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This is my dynasty team, 14 teams, kept 9 Position players and 5 pitchers from Nationals. Keep 30. This is my squad, how does it look for years to come?

H2H categories 7x7

HR's,AVG,OPS,RBI's, TB's, SB's, Runs

Wins,QS,WHIP,ERA,Saves,Holds,K's
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Re: How does this team look after year 1? Dynasty

Postby JasonisFreng » Tue Dec 17, 2013 4:50 am

I'm not too impressed. SS is a huge hole for you. I like McCutchen, and Harper and Stras should be big impact players, but other than that I don't see any glimmers that draw my eye. Your youth seems average at best. You might need to consider trading away some of your pitching for an impact bat.
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Re: How does this team look after year 1? Dynasty

Postby JErik20 » Wed Dec 18, 2013 2:23 pm

I actually like your team. Not sure how the above says you have average youngsters. You have 3 of the top 10 pitching prospects in all of baseball (including #1 Archie Bradley), plus young, proven SP's in Stras, Zimmermann, and Cingrani. Your offense isn't quite as good, but your young core of Harper and Cutch is fantastic. You also have a few serviceable young guys who have the potential to make a big jump in Rendon, Gyorko, and Franklin, a top SS prospect in Lindor, and some high-performing vets (Gordon, Zimm, Werth, Altuve).

The key question for your team is "Can Harper and Strasburg stay healthy for a full season?"
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Re: How does this team look after year 1? Dynasty

Postby JasonisFreng » Wed Dec 18, 2013 3:50 pm

JErik20 wrote:I actually like your team. Not sure how the above says you have average youngsters. You have 3 of the top 10 pitching prospects in all of baseball (including #1 Archie Bradley), plus young, proven SP's in Stras, Zimmermann, and Cingrani. Your offense isn't quite as good, but your young core of Harper and Cutch is fantastic. You also have a few serviceable young guys who have the potential to make a big jump in Rendon, Gyorko, and Franklin, a top SS prospect in Lindor, and some high-performing vets (Gordon, Zimm, Werth, Altuve).

The key question for your team is "Can Harper and Strasburg stay healthy for a full season?"

I don't think this will be a playoff team this season. And next season is iffy as well.
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