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Postby abhall » Mon Mar 24, 2003 8:35 pm

Which pitcher should I trade and where do I need to upgrade the most postion wise???? thanks.


C Lieberthal P Randy Johnson
1B Konerko P Halliday
2b Castillo P Millwood
SS Furcal P Lowe
3B Hillebrand P O Perez
OF Shannon Stewart P Kim
OF Erstad
OF Gibbons
OF Winn
OF T. Nixon
OF Matsui
Util Frank Thomas
Util Josh Phelps
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Postby davegod2 » Mon Mar 24, 2003 9:07 pm

I like your starting pitching, but where are the closers? Obviously you need to upgrade there. You also seem to have plenty of speed, but are lacking in the power department a little....
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Postby abhall » Mon Mar 24, 2003 9:15 pm

I was going to trade a starting pitcher. My closers are Koch, Beaz, and Dejean. I should be able to trade one of my ace starters for a good power guy.
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Postby davegod2 » Mon Mar 24, 2003 9:21 pm

I agree, just don't give up the farm (i.e. Unit) to get a power hitter. Millwood or Lowe should get you a top OF....
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Postby drunkenmonkey » Tue Mar 25, 2003 11:59 pm

How many teams in the league, and is it roto or head to head? I've found it usually helps to have stronger pitching in a roto league than head to head. It looks like you went with a lot of pitching at the beginning of the draft. I would try to get a top outfielder for a pitcher at the least. If it is a head to head league, I would trade up to three of your pitchers for infielders and outfielders. You can probably still pick up some good pitchers off the waiver wire like Lilly, Lackey, Tomko, Rogers, etc. to fill out your rotation.
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Postby Vide0drome » Wed Mar 26, 2003 12:43 am

[quote="drunkenmonkey"]How many teams in the league, and is it roto or head to head? I've found it usually helps to have stronger pitching in a roto league than head to head. It looks like you went with a lot of pitching at the beginning of the draft. I would try to get a top outfielder for a pitcher at the least. If it is a head to head league, I would trade up to three of your pitchers for infielders and outfielders. You can probably still pick up some good pitchers off the waiver wire like Lilly, Lackey, Tomko, Rogers, etc. to fill out your rotation.[/quote]

Agree on Tomko--I think he'll be a nice sleeper this year.
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Postby Pogotheostrich » Wed Mar 26, 2003 11:30 am

Your offense is extremely weak. I'd probally trade Lowe because I don't think he will come close to last year.
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