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How bad are my pitchers?

Postby edanono » Sun Mar 25, 2007 6:39 pm

12 team Yahoo league.

c Mauer
1b Pujols
2b Weeks, Polanco
3b Beltre, Crede, Pedro Feliz
ss Furcal, Felipe Lopez
of Bay, Dye, Taveras, Edmonds

SP Sabathia, Bedard, Ervin Santana, Lowry, David Bush
RP Gordon, Borowski, Dempster

I decided to push pitching lower in my rankings to get a stronger offense.

I have sent a trade offer giving Felipe Lopez for John Lackey.
Any opinions?

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Postby blueman » Sun Mar 25, 2007 8:10 pm

your pitchers arent that bad at all especially if you get Lackey. Another closer probably wouldnt hurt though.
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Postby denicola_dominates » Sun Mar 25, 2007 8:14 pm

not bad santanas a beast, lowrys set for a great year in sf also

I have sent a trade offer giving Felipe Lopez for John Lackey.
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yes definitely do that trade almostall the angels pitchers except probably colon who has injury probelms are set for a great yeardef do that trade kiddo ;-D ;-D
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Postby NittanyLions1 » Sun Mar 25, 2007 9:00 pm

I dont think you will get Lackey for Lopez but I also dont think it matters because Lowry and Bush should both put up good numbers along with your other top pitchers.
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Postby dooz » Sun Mar 25, 2007 9:13 pm

I'd definitely be worried about the pitching. CC is a ? mark, albeit with huge upside. Bedard looks set to have a good year but playing the in the AL east definitely hurts. Lowry is getting lit up in spring, got lit up over the second half of last year and is now apperently struggling with his release point.

rotowire.com wrote:Giants manager Bruce Bochy believes that Lowry's inconsistency with his release point is a big part of his struggles this spring, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.


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