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Postby spewacker32 » Thu Mar 23, 2006 7:02 pm

h2h 10 team 5x5... Should I look to improve my starting pitching? I think it's a little bit questionable- unit is old and injury prone, patterson and lowry are somewhat unproven, davis is solid but unspectacular, and the rest are basically pitchers ive taken fliers on. Do I need to get another stud pitcher by maybe trading a reliever or should I just stick with the staff I have now.

C- Barajas
1B- Sexson
2B- Kent
3B- Rolen
SS- Reyes
OF- Cabrera
OF- Bay
OF- Pierre
Util- Hunter
Bench- Nomar
Bench- Magglio
Bench- Morneau

SP- Randy Johnson
SP- Patterson
RP- Gagne
RP- K rod
P- Turnbow
P- Davis
P- Lowry
Bench- Oliver Perez
Bench- Bedard
Bench- Loaiza

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Postby gambit31888 » Thu Mar 23, 2006 7:04 pm

Ur offense is great but i nvr was a fan of sexson and kent is getting old but is still productive. I like ur strategy of dominating steals and saves. Hunter isnt as good as he used to b u should find smone better on the waivers
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Postby TeamAwesome » Thu Mar 23, 2006 7:05 pm

That staff could dominate, but more likely be middle of the road, to above average. You need a lot of guys to continue to build on what they did last year, and some to forget completely that they played last year. But, the bottum line is that in March a good staff can turn out to be crap and vice-versa. ... p?t=179893
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Postby bigty6 » Thu Mar 23, 2006 8:05 pm

Your pitching is fine, the only worry I'd have if I was you would be the offense's bench. If all your starters stay healthy, that's not going to matter.

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Postby DaytonDogg » Thu Mar 23, 2006 8:14 pm

I'd agree with your bench/utility spot needing help. Hunter and Morneau could struggle again this year, not much telling me that they won't.

I like you're pitching, nice mix of chances that could pan out (i.e. Perez) and solid guys that you know what you're getting (i.e. Loiaza and Johnson). IF you really felt you wanted to strengthen through a trade I might offer one of your closers along with Hunter or Morneau and get a starter and a less known closer (maybe a Chris Ray type).

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Postby hohoyoyoyo » Thu Mar 23, 2006 8:23 pm

great offence but i am not sure about your pitching

trade away randy for 1 solid pitcher in the garland calibre AND a solid bat (that can give you 20HR)

oliver perez is risky but he is good in K
your pitching certainly needs tune up and consistency

what about trade away griffey for another pitcher?
griffey might be injury prone you know problem with your hitting that's for sure :-D

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