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Postby stoner420 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:26 pm

Hey guys. wondering what the status on pedro was at the moment. how much of a risk is he?


im in an 8 team pts league. We are very pitcher heavy(although the rest of the league hasnt really picked up on this fact even after 3 years!)

i have the 8th and 9th picks.

Im hoping johan gets to me but it prob wont happen. I think i want to take the best two available sp's. is pedro one of them? whats his deal this season?


note. i searched for him and found little. if there is another thread please direct me to it.
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Postby Xtreemes » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:37 pm

Pedro is going to start the 3rd game of the season, might be limited to 5 innings his first couple of starts but I don't believe the toe will limit his effectiveness at all.
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Postby chadlincoln » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:39 pm

I wouldn't go all pitching with those 2 spots. If you want to pick up a SP then, take Peavy but take a big bat at that spot.
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Postby stoner420 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:40 pm

so you still have him at #2 sp?
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Postby acsguitar » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:41 pm

I would start him after his first or second start goes successful
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Postby stoner420 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:42 pm

chadlincoln wrote:I wouldn't go all pitching with those 2 spots. If you want to pick up a SP then, take Peavy but take a big bat at that spot.



this is my top 50 with a set of online projections. now i dont necessarily agree with the projections... i do realize that the top sp will be way better than the top hitter. the numbers next to the players names are the points minus par.

1. Santana – 236
2. Pujols - 191
3. Oswalt – 145
4. Pedro - 126
5. Arod - 125
6. Carpenter – 120
7. Lidge – 105
8. Tiexiera - 105
9. Rivera - 103
10. Peavy – 99
11. Nathan – 94
12. Young - 87
13. Lee – 83
14. Tejada – 83
15. Utley – 83
16. Vic Mart - 82
17. Ortiz – 81
18. Abreau - 78
19. Sheets – 77
20. Wagner - 77
21. Johnson – 76
22. K-Rod – 74
23. Heltron – 70
24. Vlad – 69
25. Zambran0 – 68
26. Halladay – 61
27. Manny – 60
28. Rollins - 56
29. Crawford – 53
30. Figgins - 52
31. Ryan – 49
32. Wright - 43
33. Prior – 41
34. Turnbow - 39
35. Myers – 38
36. Bonds - 37
37. Willis – 35
38. Cordero – 35
39. Jeter – 35
40. Mauer - 34
41. Sheffield -34
42. Cordero – 33
43. Cabrera – 30
44. Matsue - 28
45. Street - 28
46. Webb – 28
47. Smoltz – 26
48. Buehrle – 25
49. Kent - 24
50. Giles – 23
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Postby stoner420 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 3:43 pm

i could do pedro/young at that spot and hope for a top tier rp and another stud sp on the way back.
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