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how is my team and where am i weak/strong....any suggestions?
Batting: R, H, HR, RBI, SB, BB, K, AVG
Pitching: IP, W, CG, SV, K, TB, ERA, WHIP
C R MARTIN
1B ADRIAN GONZALEZ
2B CHASE UTLEY
3B R BRAUN
SS T TULOWITZKI
OF LANCE B
OF MATT KEMP
OF JACOBY ELLSBURY
UTL CARLOS PENA
BN JUSTIN UPTON
P ROY HOLLIDAY
P FAUSTO CARMONA
P SCOTT KAZMIR
BN CHAD BILLINGSLEY
BN F LIRIANO
BN CJ WILSON
BN GEORGE SHERRILL
BN PHIL HUGHES
BN ERVIN SANTANA
BN UBALDO JIMINEZ
where am i strong/weak and what should i do to help?
thanks for the responses so far i appreciate it. outfield is where i thought i needed a little help but i am big on ellsbury and think kemp could be a monster with full year. i have thought about trading utley just dont know what i should be getting in return.
Your team is very solid! Combo of speed and power. Speed with utley,martin,braun,kemp, and ellsbury. Power with gonzo, braun, berkman, and pena. Not sure how ellsbury with fair with playing time so looking for a solid everyday player may be needed there.
As for pitching...it's pretty solid as well. Having billingsly and liriano is a plus and probably 2 steals you ended up with there. I wouldn't be against finding a 3rd slid saves guy and then your team is pretty nice overall. Nice job!!!
I looked hard to find glarring weaknesses, but you don't really have any. How many teams are in the league? Also, I wouldn't want my only offensive bench player to be Justin Upton. Kid has all the talent in the world, but he won't be a stud this year. As long as this isn't a keeper league, maybe shop Hughes around for some hitting depth.
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10 team league....i really like to have a lot of depth at pitching and win all those points and and hopefully get atleast half in hitting every week. there really isnt much on the wire other than jay bruce , billy butler, michael bourn , josh fields etc as outfielders. any thoughts??
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