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Postby DaveClay12 » Sun Mar 26, 2006 8:00 pm

But that's b/c I'm rebuilding (my team last year was literally a bust - Bonds, Rolen, Prior, Helton among various other slumps and injuries)

I know my 5th starter is weak, but once Prior comes back (he says, knocking on wood, crossing his fingers, rubbing his rabbit's foot, etc. etc. etc.) I think my staff is pretty darn strong.

What do you think?

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Off Categories:
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Pitching Categories:
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My Roster

C: Victor Martinez (keeper)
1B: Prince Fielder (minors keeper)
2B: Richie Weeks (keeper)
SS: Jose Reyes (keeper)
3B: Troy Glaus (10th Round)
OF: Carl Crawford (keeper), Pat Burrell (7th Round), Kevin Mench (13th Round)
U: Jonny Gomes (15th Round)

Bench: Preston Wilson (16th), Dmitri Young (25th), Ian Kinsler (18th), Ryan Zimmerman (19th), Jason Michaels (23rd), Carlos Quentin (27th)

SP: Carlos Zambrano (keeper)
SP: Roy Halladay (keeper)
SP: John Patterson (9th Round)
SP: Kelvim Escobar (14th Round)
SP: Justin Verlander (until Prior comes back) (17th Round)
RP: Derrick Turnbow (11th Round)
RP: Bob Wickman (12th Round)
RP: Joe Borowski (21st Round)

DL: Mark Prior (keeper)
Bench: Travis Bowyer (22nd), Anthony Reyes (20th), Brian Bannister (28th)

Minors: Cole Hamels (SP - PHI - keeper), Mike Pelfrey (SP - NYM - 24th Round), Alex Gordon (3B - KC - 26th Round)
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Postby Cha Train » Sun Mar 26, 2006 8:35 pm

I honestly don't feel that you are that weak at your 5th starter slot. Verlander is a good young pitcher, and I'd actually cut bait with Prior (see what you can get) and keep Verlander. Detroit is going to surprise some people and he'll be a big part of it. Prior is pretty much done, and if I were you, I'd let someone else deal with him. But other than that, not a bad team.
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Postby wkpdpack » Sun Mar 26, 2006 8:47 pm

If that's what you consider a rebuilding team, I'd take it any day. I think you're bats are quite strong and pitching I don't think is weak either. Remember, you're not going to have all aces on your staff. If Verlander is holding his own if and when Prior comes back, I'd also look to deal Prior. Too many headaches with his injuries lately.

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Postby Dunc » Mon Mar 27, 2006 10:33 am

Thanks for the advice on mine!

I agree with what's been said, I like your pitchers and your offense is balanced, nice job!
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