Cubs and Astros would be the top 2 I think for you then. Both have better pitching then the Marlins. The only thing they don't do as well is get stolen bases. But Patterson could help you out and you already have Sanchez from the tigers. The Marlins offense I don't think is that good, they get you SB's but that just 1 cat.
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Tavish wrote:Not trying to start too much of a debate here but what the heck
The Marlins offense I don't think is that good, they get you SB's but that just 1 cat.
As a team I would agree, but to use on a fantasy team I don't. The Cubs and Astros both score more runs, but the Marlins get most of their production from a small part of the lineup.
Marlins have 3 players in the top 15, cubs 1 (I'll give em 2 Sosa is 16), astros 0.
Marlins, Cubs, Astros all have 2 players in the top 15
Stolen bases I figure we can concede to the Marlins so I won't bother looking.
Like I said, not really concerned about it, just bored and in the mood to toy with numbers.
Going by just stats is very often misleading. Do you really expect Choi to hit over 40 hr's? You pick a team based on what they do over a full year, not a month and a half. Also his other team is the TIGERS, besides I-rod, sanchez and maybe rondell..... who else would he even use from that team? He needs more then just 4 players (cabrera, lowell, pierre, and castillo that produce). Astros have better starters and more people that can help produce (berkman, kent, bagwell, hidalgo, biggio, and heck even everett is playing much better then the marlins SS) also if ensberg gets back to playing well and starting more that's another player.