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looks good on paper, but where are the points?

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looks good on paper, but where are the points?

Postby Guest » Tue May 13, 2003 7:36 pm

C-I. Rodriguez
1B-Mike Sweeney
2B-T. Walker
3B-C. Koskie
SS-M. Tejada
OF-S. Sosa
OF-V. Guerrero
OF-L. Gonzalez
U-C. Jones
U-C. Delgado

SP-J. Schmidt
SP-J. Washburn
SP-R. Ortiz
SP-Ra. Ortiz
SP-C.C. Sabathia
RP-M. Rivera
RP-M. McDougal
RP-S. Sasaki

C-J. Kendall
SS-R. Furcal
3B-A. Beltre
OF-A. Kearns
OF-R. Ibanez

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Postby Greenrider » Wed May 14, 2003 1:21 am

your reserves are doing better than your regular team! kearns is playing like a top 10 OF right now, so not having him in your lineup is a damn shame. I'd suggest floating something like Kearns + Walker for Kent. you have tremendous depth - capitalize by cashing in some of it for breadth, i.e. give up guys like kearns, luis, chipper, delgado/sweeney to upgrade 2B and 3B, because walker and koskie are clearly the weak link. the starting pitching could use a boost with a tier-1 ace as well.

you definitely have more than enough trade material to make something good happen

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