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Im not sure what to think of this team (WHIR)

Postby JohnJacob » Sat Mar 22, 2014 8:30 pm

Just had my draft.. Where do I go from here?
12 team, H2H, standard scoring.. SP 10 pt/win, RP 5pt/save.

C-Mauer
1b- Goldschmidt, Napoli
2b-Gennet, J Profar
SS- Tulo, J Lowrie, A Ramierez
3b- Machado, C Johnson
OF- Pence, J Upton, S MArte, N Markakis, B Revere

SP- M Cain, J Lester, E SAntana, J Shields, J Peavy
RP- Perkins, Soria

Always hard to tell till you get going but looking at initial thoughts.
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Re: Im not sure what to think of this team (WHIR)

Postby jonboycubs » Sun Mar 23, 2014 12:41 pm

My initial thought would be to try and move Tulo now as you could get a really great price for him. I think you would need to get a nice pitcher to help your staff, replace Gennett, that is what I see first of all, I think if you through a league email out saying Tulo is available for right price you may be able to get a 1 for 2 or 2 for 3 trade going. Tulo will get hurt that is why I am saying this, better to get rid of the risk when you need other pieces. If he goes down I think you will have more issues than you want.

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