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Please Analyze My Team - 12 Team Head to Head

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 4:26 pm
by kev8821
12 Team Head to Head Play, Yahoo

Stat Categories: R, H, 1B, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, SB, BB, K, AVG, OPS, IP, W, L, CG, SHO, SV, H, ER, HR, BB, K, ERA, WHIP

Here's my squad:

C M. Barrett
1B T. Helton
2B C. Utley
3B Á. Rodríguez
SS C. Barmes
OF J. Damon
OF J. Pierre
OF A. Huff
OF R. Winn
Util Mi. Sweeney
Util B. Giles

BN M. Lowell
BN J. Morneau
BN M. Jacobs
BN J. Hardy

SP P. Martínez
SP J. Beckett
SP C. Schilling
RP J. Valverde
RP C. Orvella
P M. Morris

BN D. Lowe
BN B. Penny
BN C. Reitsma

I would really appreciate some feedback. I am actually not feeling so good about the draft. I had the #1 pick and took A-Rod. I was at work and found it difficult to concentrate the way I needed to.

Any constructive criticism is welcomed please! Where do you see huge holes?

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 4:47 pm
by ahorsefish
Your team doesn't look bad at all. I like Hardy in 06 a lot. Keep an eye on both Barms and Hardy in Spring Training, if they're both looking good I would try to move Barmes. Together with his 05 first-half I think you might be able to get very good value out of him. Lowell doesn't really have a place in your team, I would pick up an OF with SBs.

You definately need an extra SP or two, dependable ones. Arguably, all three of your SPs are injury risks. Even if Beckett can stay healthy I don't know what kind of numbers he can put up in the AL East. Your league also counts IP you definately need someone who can put up innings.

See if any young pitchers are still avalible in your league. Like Justin Valender or Daniel Cabrera.

Generally the team looks good if Schilling and Beckett both make 30 starts you should be in the playoffs at least.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 5:00 pm
by MyDawgsBite
solid team for sure.

I would try to move some of your bench players for another CL or 2.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:38 pm
by kev8821
Thanks for the feedback. I know my RP's aren't up to par. I should have grabbed someone a little earlier. Anyone think it was a mistake grabbing Pedro at the #2 pick (#24) and Utley #3 (#25)?

I felt like taking Damon at #48 may have been a mistake, but got Helton at #49.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:13 pm
by ahorsefish
Pedro at round two is not that bad of a pick if there aren't any superstar hitters left on the board. I personally wouldn't draft him so high because of his toe problem. When I have back to back picks I always like to pick up a couple decent starters around round 5-7. Utley is the top 2B this season he should put up decent numbers. Although you're short at saves but don't jump at bad deals!

I would try to make a 2 for 1 deal to free up a roster spot. Someone on the WW is bound to win a closer job sooner or later. You might get lucky and pickup someone like the 2005 Turnbow.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:46 pm
by whoseyourdaddy12
i dont see any big holes but try to get a power Outfielder

your 2nd weakness would be SP

but team looks good ;-D

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