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Postby juh915 » Tue May 04, 2004 10:37 pm

12 team H2H
Batting Stats: R, RBI, HR, SB, K, AVG
Pitching Stats: W, L, SV, K, ERA, WHIP

C: J. Posada
1B: P. Konerko
2B: A. Soriano
3B: V. Castilla
SS: A. Rodriguez
OF: B. Bonds
OF: J. Pierre
OF: A. Jones
UTIL: C. Crawford
BN: O. Cabrera
BN: M. Texeira
DL: P. Wilson

SP: R. Oswalt
SP: J. Vazquez
RP: O. Dotel
RP: R. Biddle
P: J. Beckett
P: A. Eaton
P: J. Acevedo
P: J. Contreras
P: R. Nen
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Postby nmarq8 » Wed May 05, 2004 2:00 am

you've got the type of problems most people would want to have, such as how to use texeira. there's no way konerko should be playing over him. i don't even think crawford should either. and once preston wilson comes back in june, your outfield gets crowded. your hitting is hot, very hot. your starting pitching is very good as well, but your closers aren't too great. i've heard dotel won't get a whole lot of opportunities just because his team won't be involved in too many close games. but anyway, he's good enough, but the same can't be said for biddle. you should try some trades to acquire a better closer. as for nen, i haven't paid too much attention to his situation, but i have heard that his problems may persist throughout the year even after he comes off the dl...not good. in any case, closers aren't all that important in h2h leagues, you should be looking to win your league with what you have right now.
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