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10 team roto league

Postby claudish21 » Tue Mar 24, 2009 7:28 pm

Hi guys,
I just finished my draft (2nd year keeper) and think i've got a winning team. The only weakness that i can see is in saves and maybe runs but i think i can compete all the other cats. Any opinions would be great.

10 team roto league 5*5 (13 keepers & 3 minors)

C McCann, Brian C ATL
1B Gonzalez, Adrian 1B SD
2B Utley, Chase 2B PHI
3B Wright, David 3B NYM
SS Furcal, Rafael SS LA
MI Phillips, Brandon 2B CIN
CI Loney, James 1B LA
OF Wells, Vernon CF TOR
OF Victorino, Shane CF PHI
OF Burrell, Pat LF TB
OF Cruz, Nelson R. RF TEX
OF Werth, Jayson RF PHI
UT Matsui, Hideki LF NYY

BN Choo, Shin-Soo RF CLE

P Haren, Dan SP ARI
P Beckett, Josh SP BOS
P Lester, Jon SP BOS
P Jurrjens, Jair SP ATL

P Bell, Heath RP SD
P Lindstrom, Matt RP FLA
P Perez, Chris RP STL
P Arredondo, Jose RP ANA
P Kuo, Hong-Chih RP LA

BN Aardsma, David RP SEA
BN Morrow, Brandon SP SEA

Anderson, Lars 1B BOS
Fowler, Dexter CF COL
Heyward, Jason OF ATL
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Re: 10 team roto league

Postby woowoo crew » Tue Mar 24, 2009 7:32 pm

i think you have a great infield. some good hitters there. i like your starting pitchers too... should get you lots of wins. i agree with you on your relief guys, but watch the waivers.

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C: Gattis
1B: Abreu
2B: Utley
SS: Dee
3B: Encarnacion
UTIL: Dickerson, Chris Davis
OF: Stanton, Heyward, Polanco
BN: Arenado, Chisenhall, Blackmon, Calhoun
P: Cueto, Strasburg, Cliff Lee, Wood, Latos, Kuechel, Kluber, Arrieta, Ross
RP: Kimbrel, Uehara
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Re: 10 team roto league

Postby etraum » Tue Mar 24, 2009 7:48 pm

I will start with the obvious. Your Infield (including backstop) is absolutely awesome. This must have forced you to go kind of average in the OF. I like Victorino a lot especially in Roto b/c he contributes in so many categories, but I am not too keen on Pat the bat or Vernon Wells. Nelson Cruz is a potential pick - but overall these last three OF will primarily help in only 1-2 categories (HR 1st, f/b RBIs). Depending on where Shin-Soo Choo bats you may want to start him over Werth.

I think your closers are ok and something had to give (in this case OFs and closers) given the talent in your infield. However, pay close attention to the closer situation in St. Louis. As of now we don't know if its going to be Perez, Motte or Franklin. I love the Arredendo pick because even if Fuentes has a good season he will give you a good WHIP and ERA.

I think your team has a legit shot, but we can all make our teams better some way, some how. I think you are one five-tool OF and one good closer away from having an elite team.

Good Luck.
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