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  • Mary Mary Feb 19, 2008 2:31 PM Flag

    Best Team I've ever had!

    Rank my Team from 1-10 and provide comments!!!

    C Kenji Johjima (Sea - C)
    1B Ryan Howard (Phi - 1B)
    2B Dustin Pedroia (Bos - 2B)
    3B Adri?n B?ltre (Sea - 3B)
    SS ?dgar Renter?a (Det - SS)
    OF Torii Hunter (LAA - OF)
    OF Aaron Rowand (SF - OF)
    OF Ken Griffey Jr. (Cin - OF)
    Util Prince Fielder (Mil - 1B)
    SP Erik Bedard (Sea - SP)
    SP C.C. Sabathia (Cle - SP)
    RP Mariano Rivera (NYY - RP)
    RP Joba Chamberlain (NYY - RP)
    P Jered Weaver (LAA - SP)
    P Chien-Ming Wang (NYY - SP)
    P Dontrelle Willis (Det - SP)
    BN Michael Cuddyer (Min - OF)
    BN Jos? L?pez (Sea - 2B)
    BN Garret Anderson (LAA - OF)
    BN Bronson Arroyo (Cin - SP)
    BN Hiroki Kuroda (LAD - SP)

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    • actually scince you don't have any sb help reyes might be your best bet but i doubt they will give him up.

    • i would go for rollins he is going to hit for a good ave have 25-35 sbs and still hit close to 30 hrs would be a steal for prince

    • yes reyes is better in the sb cat. but rollins hits 30 hr plus 40 sb. Reyes will get you 60 to 70 sb with no homeruns.

    • isn't reyes better than rollins in sb

    • You will be losing in these categories. Also, your pitching is not that great aside from the big 3. But if you like the team and it has a lot of your favorite players, have fun with it and don't worry too much about "winning." Free games like fantasy baseball are meant to be casual and fun. Rating: 4-5

    • I would trade for rollins or Hanley... Hrs and stolen bases.

    • Everyone is saying SBs. Could I trade Fielder for Reyes or what? Help!

    • its not bad your sb catagory is hurting a little.

    • if holds are stats for your league rp is okay, if not it is worse than okay..
      two big bats and by comparison, some much weaker bats,

      pitching is suspect. would have to see how other teams stack out to give an etched in stone evaluation...but I would say between 4 and 5...and that depends on what is concidered of value in your league...the stats will make all the difference. In a larger league with this same team your rating would go up, in a smaller league down. This is not to say you can not win...look at the NY Giants winning the super bowl..goes to prove best team doesn't always win it all.

    • Not being critical here dude, but that is probably a middle of the pack team at best. Offensively you little speed outside of Hunter and Renteria. They get both get you 20+ SB's because they play on teams that like to run but you still will probably finish near the bottom of that category. Power wise you should be okay with both Howard and Fielder. Batting average is probably just average, Your outfield has a lot of question marks aside from Hunter. Griffey is still injury prone and Aaron Rowand is grossly overrated this year now that he plays in a lineup with little protection. I actually like your infield though, especially if Pedroia can improve from last season. Pitching wise you have two good aces. I personally would just opt to tank saves if you're only going to draft closer. Even with Rivera you have a good chance at finishing last in the category. You could look into trading Mariano away for some speed offensively and improve in that category. In my opinion Chamberlain could be in for a rough season. New York has said that he's going to start the season in the pen then move to rotation (or maybe vise versa, I can remember exactly) but that is disaster waiting to happen. It provides little stability and having to change your game plan. The mindset of starting a game and having to come out of the bullpen is a huge difference. See Fausto Carmona in 2006. The Indians altered his role too often and he had a terrible year. But in 2007 when they figured out a stable role he excelled.

      Hope this helps.

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