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If you lead in RBI, does this mean.......

PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 7:53 am
by kingmike74
Does leading in RBI this time of year mean you have a decent shot of finishing in the top 3 or so in HR?

I's in a 10 man, 5x5 league and trying to calculate whether I need HR's or SB's more.

I am 1st in RBI

5th in HR

5th in SB

I use my UT for the flavor of the week/month the help in either SB or HR, what do you think?

C- Bengie Molina
C- Chris Snyder
1B- Ryan Howard
2B- Placido Polanco
3B- David Wright
SS- Stephen Drew
OF- Matt Kemp
OF- Carlos Beltran
OF- Jeff Francouer
OF- Corey Hart
OF- Carl Crawford
UT- Adrian Beltre
UT- Paul Konerko

SP- Erik Bedard
SP- Aaron Harang
SP- Justin Verlander
SP- Gavin Floyd
SP- Derek Lowe
SP- Pedro Martinez
RP- JJ Putz
RP- Francisco Rodriguez
RP- Matt Capps


RS- Rafael Furcal
RS- Troy Tulowitzki


* Leave a link for your roster help and as always, I will give it a look today sometime and be thorough.

Re: If you lead in RBI, does this mean.......

PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:06 am
by JediMaster
Harang and Verlander's struggles, coupled wiht Furcal and Tulo's injuries are probably what's keeping you out of first place. Verlander is starting to get better, and Harang isn't really having a bad year, he's just not getting any run support.

Re: If you lead in RBI, does this mean.......

PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:41 am
by kingmike74
Tulo was a freebie I snagged off the wire so he really has nothing to do with my team performance.

I use 1/2 UT spots for spot starters. Does my team look like I should look for SB guys, or HR guys for my UT spots. I grabbed Beltre off the wire last week also becasue when he gets hot, he gets frekin hot but the way is playing now would falt kill me.

I will probably be forced to drop him soon.

Re: If you lead in RBI, does this mean.......

PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:47 am
by JediMaster
I'd see if Fred Lewis is available in your league, he's available in mine and will has 41 R and 12 SB.