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Is there a such thing as too many bats?

Postby champy41 » Tue May 08, 2007 2:51 pm

It seems like everyday I'm struggling with which hitters to start. Should I stay put or start throwing some trade offers out there for more pitching? What starters should I target and for who? Thanks. 10 team h2h money league w/2 DL spots. Categories are: R, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OPS, W, SV, K, ERA, WHIP

C Kenji Johjima (Sea - C)
1B David Ortiz (Bos - 1B)
2B Brian Roberts (Bal - 2B)
3B Miguel Cabrera (Fla - 3B)
SS Bill Hall (Mil - 3B,SS,OF)
OF Vernon Wells (Tor - OF)
OF Jason Bay (Pit - OF)
OF Jeff Francoeur (Atl - OF)
Util Prince Fielder (Mil - 1B)
BN Rickie Weeks (Mil - 2B)
BN Álex Ríos (Tor - OF)
BN Johnny Damon (NYY - OF)
DL Howie Kendrick (LAA - 1B,2B)

SP John Smoltz (Atl - SP)
SP John Lackey (LAA - SP)
RP Trevor Hoffman (SD - RP)
RP Francisco Cordero (Mil - RP)
P J.J. Putz (Sea - RP)
P Brad Penny (LAD - SP)
P A.J. Burnett (Tor - SP)
BN James Shields (TB - SP)
BN Tim Lincecum (SF - SP)
DL Rich Harden (Oak - SP)
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Postby da bears » Tue May 08, 2007 3:58 pm

I actually am suffering from a similar problem with too many big bats and probably not enough pitching. I think moving one or two of your outfielders wouldn't be a bad move. Maybe a 2-1 for a top 10 starting pitcher. I wouldnt get rid of either of those 2nd basemen though they both scare me with injuries.
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