Subversive wrote:Thanks for the reply.
Since I'm just looking for feedback on mine now, here it is in a more readable format.
C - Napoli
C - Santana (I just picked up Pudge in the bench draft, so Santana will probably sit until he gets called up)
1B - Howard
2B - Phillips
3B - Zimmerman
SS - Reyes
MI - McGehee
CI - Miggy
OF - Lind
OF - Rios
OF - Crawford
OF - Ordonez
OF - Gardner (figure I can trade him for some power if he holds his job, or dump him for waiver wire if he doesn't)
U - Matsui
P - Halladay
P - Wainwright
P - Jimenez
P - Penny
P - Myers
P - Young (Chris)
P - Marcum
P - Nunez
P - Rivera
I think your team looks very strong... Your infield is ridiculous really, and you have a nice combination of speed and power. I'd say you could use a big bat in the OF, but you seemed to have realized that already. It'd be nice to get a guy that will poke 30+ in your OF though. You should be in great shape in SB with Reyes and Craw plus Phillips and Rios as well... Your avg and R should be strong as well.
Really, in a league this deep, your team is pretty stacked. I don't see another team with batters as strong as yours, although like I said, a power OF bat would be the only tweak, and it probably is cutting hairs.
Your starting pitching is pretty good, although I'd be worried about having to rely on Myers, Penny, Young, and Marcum coming back strong this season... Do you need to start all of them?
I could see a couple coming back strong (Marcum and Young being the most likely in my book), but it'd be tough to rely on all 4.
You should be able to scour the WW and find some to go along with Rivera and Nunez... I'd probably prefer to offset them with an additional closer at the expense of one of the four I mentioned above.
If you're looking to deal, I'd look to move a well rounded bat for another 2nd tier starter.
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