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a lot of power/not too much pitching

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:05 pm
by louisianalightning5
C- ramon hernandez
1b- giambi
2b-biggio/freel
ss-peralta
3b-miguel cabrera
of-gary sheffield
of- adam dunn
of- barry bonds
utility- todd helton

bench: preston wilson, juan pierre

starting pitching:
jake peavy
dontrelle willis
brad penny
jon garland
jeremy bonderman
jae seo
matt morris

relief pitching:
trevor hoffman
armando benitez

7x7 league, 10 teams, 7 keepers per team

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:40 pm
by hooligan1
WOW! A ton of power. You are going to have to find a way to get Pierre into the lineup most of the time, as he and Freel are your only real sources of speals. You have a nice core of pitching with Peavy, Willis, Bonderman and Garland and a couple solid closers. I would look to deal some of your power for another good starter and some more speed...... All in all a pretty good looking roster.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 9:23 pm
by Chicago CUbs
i would say trade sheilfield for a good young RP turbow or Jose Valverde(valverde is good and soppose to be underrated)

help me with my team link is in the singature

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:25 pm
by ahorsefish
Sheffield for Turnbow or Valverde? Are you kidding? The only closers I would trade for Sheffield straight up are Lidge and K-Rod. If it's a roto league you gotta have Pierre in your lineup. Try packaging Giambi for an upgrade at 2B, SP or another closer. (See if you can get VMart.)

Anyways, I believe your team will be a contender this season.

Re: a lot of power/not too much pitching

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:30 pm
by whoseyourdaddy12
Your pitching isnt that bad and it will be good enough for you to compete. trade Adam Dunn for a RP. You dont need SP help.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:39 pm
by louisianalightning5
relief pitching is not a highly valued commodity in my league, saves are counted and relivers aid in strikeouts, era, and whip to a degree but there is not a chance that i would trade one of my big boppers for a closer upgrade.

p.s.
this is a head to head league

thanks to all that post!

PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:43 pm
by whoseyourdaddy12
louisianalightning5 wrote:relief pitching is not a highly valued commodity in my league, saves are counted and relivers aid in strikeouts, era, and whip to a degree but there is not a chance that i would trade one of my big boppers for a closer upgrade.

p.s.
this is a head to head league

thanks to all that post!


atleast i helped out

if not RP, then get an upgrade at 2nd by trading dunn



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