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Can I Five-peat? WHIR

Postby drtodddds » Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:56 pm

5x5 10 team roto
complete redraft this year. will keep 5
won the last 4 years!
What do you think of this new team?

C Jonathan Lucroy
1B Edwin Encarnacion
2B Jason Kipnis
3B Todd Frasier
SS Jose Reyes
CI Aramis Ramirez
MI Kolton Wong
OF Andrew McCutchen
OF Charlie Blackmon
OF Melky Cabrera
OF Jayson Werth
OF Shin Soo-Choo
Uti Chris Carter
Bench Michael Morse
Bench Arismendy Alcantara
SP Chris Sale
SP Johnny Cueto
SP Hisashi Iwakuma
SP Alex Cobb
SP Matt Cain
RP Drew Storen
RP Koji Uehara
RP Sean Doolittle
RP Luke Gregorson
RP Chad Qualls
RP Brad Boxberger
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Re: Can I Five-peat? WHIR

Postby JGuilbault11 » Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:25 pm

Well done, I love this lineup. This is a well balanced lineup, and your starting three pitchers are studs. Cain is a good risk pick, because if he finds old form you are set, but he is replaceable. I like that you matched up Gregorson and Qualls. Doolittle/Uehara could give you trouble if they are never fully healthy in 2015. 9/10 for me.
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Re: Can I Five-peat? WHIR

Postby B-Chad » Tue Mar 31, 2015 3:33 pm

I love the balance on your roster as well as the top end talent. You'll be in the mix for the crown I'd imagine.
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Re: Can I Five-peat? WHIR

Postby Millhouse » Wed Apr 01, 2015 12:43 pm

Like it. Great staff. Should be at/near top of saves, WHIP/ERA. Good power (EE, Carter, Frazier)...AVG should be okay with .290+ guys like Reyes, Cutch, Lucroy, Melky...only nitpick is speed, with Cutch mayyybe a 20-steal guy, Kipnis a health risk, only Reyes and Wong likely 30+ guys, and Reyes is no spring chicken...wil Frazier run as much as last year? I personally think he regresses (12-15), but that's just me. But like I said, nitpicking. Assume someone snagged Clippard/Mujica & hosed you out of your Doolittle/Clippard & Uehara/Mujica combos? Nice job overall, though...very balanced as others have said.

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Re: Can I Five-peat? WHIR

Postby FindingTim » Sat Apr 04, 2015 8:43 pm

I like to rearrange lineups like a manager:

1. Reyes
2. Choo
3. McCutchen
4. Encarnacion
5. Lucroy
6. Werth
7. Frazier
8. Carter
9. Blackmon
10. Ramirez
11. Wong

I could see Werth or Frazier hitting 5th instead of Lucroy.
Pretty nice lineup if you ask me-- especially that 3-4

Also you have the same pitching 1-2 as me (Sale/Cueto) so I'm inclined to say you've done a stellar job with that :-b
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Re: Can I Five-peat? WHIR

Postby drtodddds » Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:18 pm

Thanks for the advice. I had not thought of putting my team into a lineup format to see how they look but that is neat. I also picked up two pitchers as a lot of my team is injured. I picked up Jake Odorizzi and Archie Bradley so we'll see how they do also.
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