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Postby markj11 » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:48 am

My SP might be a little shaky. Where kind of trades do you think I need to look at making? 12 man 5X5 roto.

1. (3) Alfonso Soriano OF
2. (22) Matt Holliday OF
3. (27) Jason Bay OF
4. (46) Rafael Furcal SS
5. (51) Francisco Rodríguez RP
6. (70) Chipper Jones 3B
7. (75) Ben Sheets SP
8. (94) C.C. Sabathia SP
9. (99) Scott Kazmir SP
10. (118) Erik Bedard SP
11. (123) Eric Gagne RP
12. (142) Jason Giambi 1B
13. (147) Josh Barfield 2B
14. (166) Hank Blalock 3B
15. (171) John Patterson SP
16. (190) Jeremy Hermida OF
17. (195) Paul Lo Duca C
18. (214) Adrián González 1B
19. (219) Joel Zumaya RP
20. (238) Alex Gordon 3B
21. (243) Adam Wainwright RP
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Postby WyldStallyn » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:32 pm

for the future, maybe post your roster with the positions. makes it easier to read and to see whos playing where. anyways, yes, your sp is weak but only because of the injury risks of kazmir and sheets. rp is similar, with gagne a question mark, but if zumaya takes over the closer spot you should be ok. your offense is strong, plenty of speed but maybe a little weak on power. if your guys stay healthy i think you can win the league, but i would want someone more likely to stay healthy over sheets

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Postby 3BorDie » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:42 pm

You might want a solid starter. Sabathia, Kazmir, and Sheets have shots at great years, but they all had injusry problems. I would take one of those and pair Giambi to get a Fielder type 1st baseman and a Bonderman or Lackey type starter. I like your back-end starters in Patterson and Bedard. They will bring consistency. Just get a little healthier in pitching, but if you think these guys will all be healthy, take the risk and you could have a great year, but one of them will go down for at least a little while. ... p?t=253487
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