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Postby abellone » Sun Mar 22, 2009 9:44 pm

I'm relatively new. We have 10 teams in our Yahoo league. Our stats are R, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OPS, W, SV, K, ERA, WHIP, QS. We just drafted and this is my team, I'm wondering how I did, and where I need help/trades.

C Brian McCann
1 Carlos Delgado
2 Dustin Pedroia
ss Hanley Ramirez
3 Chipper Jones
OF Nick Markakis
OF Nate Naclouth
OF Chris Young
OF Jason Werth
MI James Loney
CI Rickie Weeks
DH Kazuo Matsui
BN Willie Tavarez
BN Chris Snyder

P CC Sabathia
P Edison Volquez
P Johnny Cueto
P Jared Weaver
P Jonathan Sanchez
P Andy Sonnanstine
P Brad Penny
RP Francisco Rodriguez
RP Mariano Rivera
RP B. J. Ryan
RP Francisco Cordero
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Re: Rate my team

Postby hobobot » Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:28 pm

It looks pretty good. My only suggestion would be that it seems like your 1b is pretty thin. Thats great because 1b is so deep. Maybe you can get a good value shopping around for a quality 1b. WIth so many great 1b options this year, i think you could get great value for a 1b in a trade.
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Re: Rate my team

Postby bucksox » Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:37 pm

overall I think it looks pretty good, but it seems like you are putting a lot of faith in young/slightly unproven starting pitching. CC is lights out and volquez is solid, but after that I feel like in a 10 team there has to be some more solid options out there.
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Re: Rate my team

Postby lateroundsleeper » Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:58 pm

Agreed. You're strong with relative depth at the thinner infield positions, but it does seem like you're relying on alot of young pitchers to have breakthrough years, which can be a fine strategy but carries its share of risk. As long as you work the waiver wire, you can make it work.

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