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Postby pizz » Fri May 28, 2004 3:12 pm

i took over a team from a co-worker during the 3rd week of the season.. he didnt know much about baseball and his draft proved it.

this is the order of his draft, please do not let the children see this:

Jason Schmidt (7)
Brian Giles (14)
Carl Crawford (27)
Angel Berroa (34)
Johan Santana (47)
Michael Young (54)
Morgan Ensberg (67)
Randy Wolf (74)
Randy Winn (87)
Woody Williams (94)
Milton Bradley (107)
Nick Johnson (114)
Mike Cameron (127)
Adam Dunn (134)
Jose Valentin (147)
Tom Glavine (154)
Ramon Ortiz (167)
Jeff Bagwell (174)
Ramon Hernandez (187)
Jose Mesa (194)
John Thomson (207)
Darren Oliver (214)
Alex Sanchez (227)
Benito Santiago (234)
Jeff Conine (247)

SAD!! now through lying cheating stealing and hustling the other people this is my line up as of today

c- piazza
1- hafner
2- soriano
3- chavez
ss- m. young
1b/3b - blalock
2b/ss - clayton
of- m, cabrera
ichiro
m, ordonez
a, sanchez
gerut
util- helton

p- p, wilson
k, wells
westbrook
bonderman
a spot starter here and there
baez
valverde
koch
madson
affeldt
worrel
frasor

i'm just now starting to gain spots since i started out 8-22

dont ask me what i did to get this, gave up alot of pitching. and hitting
still a giants fan this year :(
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Postby The Indestructible » Fri May 28, 2004 3:20 pm

i took over a team from a co-worker during the 3rd week of the season.. he didnt know much about baseball and his draft proved it.

this is the order of his draft, please do not let the children see this:

Jason Schmidt (7)
Brian Giles (14)
Carl Crawford (27)
Angel Berroa (34)
Johan Santana (47)
Michael Young (54)
Morgan Ensberg (67)
Randy Wolf (74)
Randy Winn (87)
Woody Williams (94)
Milton Bradley (107)
Nick Johnson (114)
Mike Cameron (127)
Adam Dunn (134)
Jose Valentin (147)
Tom Glavine (154)
Ramon Ortiz (167)
Jeff Bagwell (174)
Ramon Hernandez (187)
Jose Mesa (194)
John Thomson (207)
Darren Oliver (214)
Alex Sanchez (227)
Benito Santiago (234)
Jeff Conine (247)


Please tell me this is a typo...
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Postby trailblazur » Fri May 28, 2004 3:23 pm

yes, yeah, for sure, a genious with a crappy a#* staff :-°
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Postby trailblazur » Fri May 28, 2004 3:24 pm

trailblazur wrote:yes, yeah, for sure, a genious with a crappy a#* staff :-°


no offense though, lighthearted witt
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Postby TonyCee » Fri May 28, 2004 3:33 pm

lol, the players he drafted aren't bad, that is a decent draft.
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Postby pizz » Fri May 28, 2004 3:36 pm

i agree my pitching staff is lacking, but you should see some of the leagues teams.. scary!! i picked up all the new closers recently in hopes someone who was hurting for saves will trade me for a decent pitcher.

besides, pitching is so inconsistent. i can win the offense and sv/so's and come close to era/whip thats 7-3 chance each week. ill take that.

and no bagwell was not a typo, we have some real amatuers here!!
still a giants fan this year :(
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Postby tmoney » Fri May 28, 2004 7:03 pm

pizz wrote:and no bagwell was not a typo, we have some real amatuers here!!


Maybe this is a better explanation of why you were able to make those trades.
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Postby pizz » Fri May 28, 2004 7:07 pm

tmoney wrote:
pizz wrote:and no bagwell was not a typo, we have some real amatuers here!!


Maybe this is a better explanation of why you were able to make those trades.


still it takes some geniusness :-° ;-D :-P
still a giants fan this year :(
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Postby irishdude103 » Fri May 28, 2004 7:10 pm

well you have very good offense, your staff does suck 8-o
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Postby TonyCee » Fri May 28, 2004 7:32 pm

pizz wrote:
tmoney wrote:
pizz wrote:and no bagwell was not a typo, we have some real amatuers here!!


Maybe this is a better explanation of why you were able to make those trades.


still it takes some geniusness :-° ;-D :-P


I prefer the word "suckers"
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