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Postby riplycolt » Mon Mar 29, 2004 9:55 pm

Please rate my team.
8x8 10 team cbs sportsline
C Jason Varitek
1b Todd Helton
2b Jose Vidro
3b Sean Burroughs
SS Derek Jeter
OF Magglio Ordonez
OF Chipper Jones
OF Carl Crawford
U Luis Gonzalez
SP Josh Beckett
SP Mike Mussina
SP Hideo Nomo
SP Mark Buehrle
SP Livan Hernandez
RP Trevor Hoffman
RP Troy Percival

Bench: Frank Thomas, Charles Johnson, Milton Bradley, Lance Carter, Mike Hampton, Brad Penny
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Postby kenjinenjin » Mon Mar 29, 2004 9:58 pm

you should trade some hitters for pitching, especially relief pitching because percy and hoffman are both big injury risks. you have pretty good balance hitting-wise. you need to upgrade your pitching

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Postby homerun harry kalas » Mon Mar 29, 2004 11:03 pm

I actually like your closers. One more reliable one would definitely not hurt though. In a 10 team shouldn't be impossible to come by. Your hitting is very solid. Starters definitely need an upgrade.
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Postby Quaker » Mon Mar 29, 2004 11:52 pm

Very solid hitting team, especially if Burroughs has the season a lot of people are expecting from him.

If your closers stay healthy, you'll be in good shape for saves. Another closer wouldn't hurt, even if it's a guy who'll get 15-20.

SP could be a question, with Mussina being the only proven stud. Beckett had a good second half and postseason, and now everyone expects the world from him- that could get to him. Nomo, Buerhle, and Livan could all be good, or they could be merely decent, but none of them will be great. But still, if Beckett keeps rolling, and Mussina finally gets his 20 win season, you won't need greatness from them.
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Postby Pokeyouindaeye » Mon Mar 29, 2004 11:59 pm

Use the big hurt to upgrade anywhere. (probably to solidify your rotation.)

I think your team is pretty solid.
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Postby mmdmaznn » Tue Mar 30, 2004 1:16 am

You've got a good balance of power and speed in your outfield...solid infield and I think your pitching will be fine...your starters should have good seasons...just watch them close. I've got Percival also, but we've both got to be careful as he is an injury risk...another quality closer is probably a good bet.
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Postby NY Yankees Fan 2004 » Tue Mar 30, 2004 7:02 pm

Nice team ;-D Remember to put the big Hurt into your lineup!
THe only area that maybe a little uncertain is your closers. If they both Stay Healthy than you will be in great shape.
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