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Think their team will compete for the Leader Boards? For public leagues Roto...if so whats your team look like...and anyone whos actually finished high on the leaderboards..i always check those teams during the season
I can't remember what my final ranking was but the highest scoring team I've ever had was in 2006 when I finished with 112.5 pts out of 120. It was a combination of just everything I did that season worked, a few inactive teams and dumb managers for other teams. The second place team in that league was 20 points behind me.
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That is a hell of a season.
I won 12-team Roto league in 2010 with a then-league record 103 points. I dominated the year and won by 21 points but was never higher than 108 points.
I finished 3rd last year with 99 points (2 runs and 3 fewer base runners allowed from 101 points).
Never had a season near 112 points, however. Maybe this year?
I like my keepers and have some solid draft positioning from offseason deals.
Nice...so you had like 11s and 12s everywhere..i want to compete this year . Im gonna play as smart as i can and monitor all pitching matchups..last year i didnt manage as well as i could have...
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it was in 2009, and now that i am looking at my draft i was shocked on how it looked.
1. (1) Hanley Ramirez
2. (24) Prince Fielder
3. (25) Dustin Pedroia
4. (48) Curtis Granderson
5. (49) Matt Kemp
6. (72) Chone Figgins
7. (73) Ryan Ludwick
8. (96) Ryan Doumit
9. (97) Felix Hernandez
10. (120) Jose Valverde
11. (121) Matt Cain
12. (144) Kerry Wood
13. (145) Adam Wainwright
14. (168) Matt Capps
15. (169) Scott Baker
16. (192) Huston Street
17. (193) Brad Hawpe
18. (216) Josh Johnson
19. (217) Clayton Kershaw
20. (240) Ubaldo Jimenez
21. (241) Jeremy Guthrie
ended up adding aaron hill on his big year, and Rajai Davis as well
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