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tim10966 wrote:I think you have a slight edge in hitting, although it's pretty close. I would guess that neither of your teams are the best hitting teams in the league. Both of your lineups have many batters who are good, but not the top players at that position. Your best asset is your outfield, even without Jones.
I do think he has better pitching, but the good news is pitching is easier to fix in-season than hitting, especially scarce positions like the infield. Keep an eye on the latest news, who is being called up, being transferred to a more important role, etc.
This might be a little risky, but I'd be tempted to dangle a great pitcher like Webb for a stud hitter in return. It might be the kind of bold move that makes or breaks your team. As it stands now, I think it's possible to win with that lineup, just not very likely unless you make a couple excellent moves.
tim10966 wrote:Sorry, I didn't see page two of the posts. Yes, I would drop Lyon and pick up Gorzellany without hesitation.
I wouldn't have traded Hawpe for Bedard because I generally advocate trading pitching for hitting. That being said, he won't be too difficult to replace since you can pick up any hitter for utility. I hope Bedard comes through for you. Good luck!
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