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Postby Josh » Thu Mar 13, 2003 12:10 pm

I am in a 10x10 h2h league. My team is below. I have globs of speed, but suspect on my power and RBi's a bit. I am thinking about trading Jeter, as I have cabrera as back up, but let me know some possible answers here, thanks in advance.
C- Toby Hall
1B- Derek Lee
2b- Ray Durham
SS- Jeter
3B- Rolen
Of- Prestson Wilson
OF- Abreu
OF- Torri Hunter
Utility-Josh Phelps
Bench- Crede
Bench-V. Wells
Bench- Cabrera

Starters- Pedro, W. Miller, O. Perez, Beckett, Hampton, Armas,
Relievrs- Rivera, Baez, Hoffman(iL), karsay, F. Rodriguez

Thanks everyone
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Postby The Jury » Thu Mar 13, 2003 11:59 pm

I would make a trade to land an upper class catcher or first baseman. You could trade Jeter and/or an outfielder since Cabrera is a decent backup and you definitely need a spot for Vernon Wells. He'll not disappoint this year.
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Postby The Guru_fbc » Fri Mar 14, 2003 12:39 am

yeah you do need some power, but I would stick with lee because behind rolen and abreau, he's right next to wilson for your power numbers. Unless you can get piazza or pudge in a trade I'd also keep hall, last year was a flop for him but there are high expectations this year. But jeter is your best trade bait, people seem to like him, so look to unload him
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