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  • ethan b ethan b Mar 26, 2008 4:29 PM Flag

    Rate My Team (10 team league)

    I drafted a while ago, and have made some big trades since. The first team listed is the team I drafted, and the next team is what i have ended up with, did I improve?

    1. (9) Chase Utley 2B
    2. (12) Miguel Cabrera 3B
    3. (29) B.J. Upton 2B,OF
    4. (32) Magglio Ord??ez OF
    5. (49) Aaron Harang SP
    6. (52) Roy Oswalt SP
    7. (69) Daisuke Matsuzaka SP
    8. (72) Francisco Rodr?guez RP
    9. (89) Garrett Atkins 1B,3B
    10. (92) Corey Hart OF
    11. (109) Miguel Tejada SS
    12. (112) Rich Hill SP
    13. (129) Carlos Pe?a 1B
    14. (132) Rafael Soriano RP
    15. (149) Jeff Francoeur OF
    16. (152) Carlos M?rmol RP
    17. (169) Barry Zito SP
    18. (172) Mark Buehrle SP
    19. (189) Noah Lowry SP
    20. (192) Oliver P?rez SP
    21. (209) Scott Baker SP
    22. (212) Shaun Marcum SP,RP
    23. (229) Hiroki Kuroda SP
    24. (232) Bengie Molina C
    25. (249) Matt Garza SP
    26. (252) Rick Ankiel OF


    C - J.R. Towles
    1B - Carlos Pena
    2B - Brian Roberts
    3B - Miguel Cabrera
    SS - Jimmy Rollins
    OF - B.J. Upton
    OF - Magglio Ordonez
    OF - Corey Hart
    Util - Miguel Tejada
    Util - Josh Hamilton
    BN - Lastings Miledge

    SP - Aaron Harang
    SP - Roy Oswalt
    SP - Dice-K
    RP - Francisco Rodriguez
    RP - Rafael Soriano
    P - Cole Hamels
    P - Mark Burhle
    P - Rich Hill
    BN - Barry Zito
    BN - Shaun Marcum
    BN - Hiroki Kuroda
    BN - Brandon Lyon
    BN - Dontrelle Willis
    BN - Matt Garza
    BN - C.J. Wilson

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    • pretty even in the end, id still work on that bench hitter because lastings prob wont perform very well even in that new hitters park up there. Not entirely sold on willis and garza but they are both risk/reward types

    • I sort of agree that you broke even, but your position players are VERY vulnerable to injuries and inconsistent hitting. A million pitchers, no bench, no balance.
      Then again, once the seasons starts, you'll probably be able to make some trades using some of your pitchers, or, as the pitchers prove that they're dead wood, pick up a free agent or two that slipped through the cracks of your draft. There's always a rookie or two that will be worth taking a shot with.

    • looks to me that you broke about even

 

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