I agree with the above post... you did a really good job at getting top notch players at C, 2B, SS, and MI. The OF is really weak for a 10 team league and is certainly a concern. Pence being your best OF is a real problem because that Philly offense is just not nearly as good as it was 4-5 years ago when Jason Werth was reaping the benefits of Utley, Rollins, and Howard. Howard and Utley are out of the lineup for now, and JRoll is not what he used to be anymore.
The other concern that I see on this team is the aging, and possibly injury prone 3B in ARod and Aramis Ramirez. I think you did a good job of getting Freese as a backup here so that if one of them goes down for a short period of time, you have an acceptable replacement... still something to keep in mind.... If one of them starts off really hot I would shop him and try to get someone of similar value but in their prime if possible. With that said, the power production in the lineup should be pretty solid especially if Hosmer is able to have the year a lot of people think he may.
The pitching is actually okay, as I think Lester and Halladay will stabilize the rotation, and you have some guys with some nice upside or bounceback potential in Feliz, Johan, Dempster, and Cueto. Ubaldo can be the wildcard in this rotation and if he has a solid year for the Indians your starting pitching could quickly turn into a strength. The closers can be considered somewhat of a concern, but I wouldn't worry about it too much as you should be able to shop the FA wire and grab a guy or two to help these numbers. One thing I suggest you do is to look for some guys in your league that are elite setup men with good K numbers such as Kenley Jensen, Tyler Clippard, David Robertson, etc. Even the guys that aren't going to see save opportunities are useful because they help your ratios a lot and people don't realize that they are there.
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