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My Favorite Strategy = Stack OF

Postby rCOLD37 » Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:01 am

C - W. Rosario
1B - A. Rizzo
2B - J. Kipnis
3B - K. Seager
SS - B. Miller
OF - C. Gonzalez
OF - J. Ellsbury
OF - A. Rios
OF - J. Heyward
U - L. Martin
U - B. Moss
U - V. Martinez
B - D. Murphy
B - A. Garcia
B - G. Springer
SP - J. Verlander
SP - M. Minor
RP - E. Frieri
RP - R. Brothers
P - C. Qualls
P - H. Bailey
P - J. Samardzija
P - C. Kluber
P - M. Estrada
B - R. Porcello
B - M. Pineda
B - Y. Ventura
I always feel like I can find steals with the other positions, so with our league setup I prefer to stack my OF. How do you think I did? I need Bradley Miller to start or else I'm going to be scrounging the Waiver Wire for a SS. I also could use another power/rbi guy
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Re: My Favorite Strategy = Stack OF

Postby Nighttrain » Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:42 am

I like this team but do not know the format. In a H2H I like it more than in a Roto. I don't play points league so not sure in that format.

Some suggestions: I would peace out Pineda, I'd rather have guys like Huges, Quintana, Hutchinson, Santiago over him. For SS I would see if Gordon, Owings (winning job over Didi), Villar, or even Baez is available. I am taking Baez in every league, if he gets cut i cut him but if not you have a STUD.

Thoughts here.
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