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Postby grizznander » Mon Mar 21, 2005 7:09 pm

Yahoo H2H 5x5 (R, RBI, SB, Ave, W, S, K, ERA, Whip), Roster sets once weekly on sunday. 10 team

C- V. Martinez
1b- D.Ortiz
2b- A. Soriano
3b- E. Chavez
SS- M. Tejada
OF- C. Lee
OF- L. Ford
OF- L. Walker
UT- D. Roberts
UT- M. Lowell
BN- J. Morneau
BN- P. Burrell
BN- C. Utley

SP- J. Beckett
SP- M. Mulder
SP- M. Clement
SP- J. Bonderman
SP- C. Carpenter
RP- M. Rivera
Rp- D. Kolb
BN- K. Millwood
BN- V. Padilla[/list]
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Postby Apex » Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:10 pm

Welcome to the Cafe! You need to post how many teams are in your league. I'd say you're in good shape if the league isn't too small. I think you'll want to move Morneau into the utility spot over Roberts, but that might just be me. You might want to look for another closer, or grab some top notch middle relievers to bolster your pitching staff. Hang onto Utley and use him as trade bait if he starts off hot.

Good luck with your league!

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Postby killian017 » Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:16 pm

Solid team with a great infield. You'll have pleanty of power and a solid bench. Solid starting pitching as well.
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Postby Pokey » Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:43 pm

You're bats are great, but I don't like your starters at all, every single one of those guys has a pretty big question mark in my book, I would think about trading a bat for an ace.
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Postby grizznander » Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:47 pm

I'm concerned with my starting pitchers as well. Hopefully they can pull it together or I'll have to become a waiver wire hawk, unless I can pull off a trade.
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Postby Pokey » Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:57 pm

I would see if you could shop Ortiz for a Front-line starter, Morneau should put up solid numbers, and it would be worth the drop-off at 1st in order to solidify your pitching imo.
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