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Solid Infield, worried about pitching...help me out

Postby Tuggers » Sat Apr 17, 2004 1:58 am

C C Johnson
1B Pujols
2B J Kent
3B S Rolen
SS T Womack
OF J Damon
OF J Dye
OF J Cruz
Util D Ortiz
BN J Burnitz (OF)
BN M Bradley (OF)
BN J Wilson (SS)

SP J Schmidt
SP L Hernandez
RP M Rivera
RP E Guardado
P C Zambrano
P B Penny
P J Julio
BN T Glavine
BN J Speier

I dont know how confident I feel about my pitching, what is everyone elses opinions.
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Postby marlinz4lizzife » Sat Apr 17, 2004 2:44 am

yo hizzomie your pitching is straight ghetto you got one elite pizzitcher and the rizzest are crizzap my hizzomie.

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Postby Members Only Jackets » Sat Apr 17, 2004 3:37 am

My thoughts:


SP J Schmidt -- he should be fine and looked good vs LA.
SP L Hernandez -- never know w/ him
RP M Rivera -- You're golden
RP E Guardado--He's ok
P C Zambrano--May be your surprise w/ 15+wins
P B Penny-who?
P J Julio-Huh?
BN T Glavine-He's still playing?
BN J Speier-will get you some nice innings w/ low WHIP & ERA

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Postby thehat » Sat Apr 17, 2004 4:33 am

Nice team, a cinch contender.

Members Only...you're either joking or just not paying attention. Penny has had stud potential all along and now appears to have broken through. Old Glavine has been lights out so far (though I would be looking to deal him while he's this hot) and Speier will probably end up as the closer in Toronto. Julio is the closer in Baltimore, and while he's hardly the nuts, he's worth more than a "huh".

The guy I'd seriously shop is Zambrano. Dusty pitched him into the ground last year, and early indicators are that he will do so again. Might try and package Zambrano and Glavine to a team that's weak at SP and get a decent or better closer plus a role player in return.

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Postby Tuggers » Sat Apr 17, 2004 1:36 pm

Thanks for the tips thehat...

You really think I should package Zambrano and Glavine in a trade? Wouldn't that leave pretty thin for starting pitching?
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Postby Zito 4 President » Sat Apr 17, 2004 2:07 pm

Trade Schmidt for a closer like Guardado, sice that's probably the best you'll get for him. Then trade Hernandez for 1-2 solid SP like Peavy and Clement or Wade Miller and Maddux. Something along those lines. Later days

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Postby Tuggers » Sat Apr 17, 2004 2:22 pm

Ummm, I think Schmidt for Guardado would be a terrible trade, besides the fact I already have Guardado...

You do realize that Schmidt is off the DL and had a solid start last night, right?
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