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bense197969
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Posted: 4/1/2012 8:19:56 PM
Sup ya'll, I'm in a 10-team mixed, H2H league.  Not the category kind, the weekly accumulated points.  Here's who I got, I'm just bored and running out of patience for the season to start so I figured I'd get some input from anyone that feels like giving some....

C - Napoli
1B - Fielder
2B- Kinsler
SS- Peralta
3B - Wright
OF - Stanton, Adam Jones, Desmond Jennings, Crawford
DH - Morales

SP - Kershaw, Gallardo, Wainright, Cueto, Hanson, Jamie Garcia, Tim Hudson, Juurjens, Carpenter

RP - Andrew Bailey, Sean Marshall (definitely got some work to do here but I put very little value on RP)



Overall, I'm pretty happy with how my draft went.  Obviously my RP is probably the worst in our league, but I just think saves are such a flukey stat anyway.  I didn't want Wright at 3rd, but I got him in the 17th round, unbelievable value if you ask me!!!  It'd be great if Carpenter and Crawford could bounce back from these injuries and return to their old form, but I think I'm fine without them anyway.  

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Posted: 4/1/2012 9:01:28 PM
Outside of Jennings and Crawford, you dont really have any speed.  I wouldnt be banking on Crawford for anything, really. Your league appears to be relatively shallow.  With that in mind, here are some cheap sources of speed, that might be sitting on your waiver wire:

Jemile Weeks  2B
Alejandro de Aza  OF
Austin Jackson  OF
Dee Gordon  SS
Jose Tabata  OF


I take a similar strategy when it comes to saves as well.  Some potential closers that might accumulate saves are:

Greg Holland  KC
David Hernandez  Arizona
Vinnie Pestano  Cleveland
Kerry Wood  Chicago
Mark Melancon  Boston
Kenley Jansen  LA
Joel Peralta  TB
Brad Lidge  WAS


Just my 0.02.  Good luck bense.    
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Posted: 4/1/2012 9:55:02 PM
Thanks a lot Jose, appreciate the input.  Good luck to you as well !
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Posted: 4/1/2012 11:33:26 PM
hmmm i think u are in my league.
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Posted: 4/1/2012 11:33:44 PM
jk... oops.. cbs?
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Posted: 4/2/2012 1:52:38 AM
Looks like a solid team, especially the starting pitching, if the guys that were injured come back strong.  Might wanna try and trade some starting pitching for another OF/DH option or a backup 2B/3B.  Not sure if Morales will play more than 3 or 4 times week, at least for the first month or two and Kinsler and Wright usually end up on the DL at least once or twice per season.  Maybe try trading Cueto, Garcia, or Hanson as you will have pretty good depth if Carpenter, Jurrjens, and Hudson return to form. 
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Posted: 4/2/2012 8:13:08 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by xerri:

Looks like a solid team, especially the starting pitching, if the guys that were injured come back strong.  Might wanna try and trade some starting pitching for another OF/DH option or a backup 2B/3B.  Not sure if Morales will play more than 3 or 4 times week, at least for the first month or two and Kinsler and Wright usually end up on the DL at least once or twice per season.  Maybe try trading Cueto, Garcia, or Hanson as you will have pretty good depth if Carpenter, Jurrjens, and Hudson return to form. 


Thanks, appreciate the input.  I definitely will be dangling some of my SP on the trading block if any of the injured ones come back strong.  Like I said, I'm not real thrilled to have Wright at 3rd, but 17th round was hard to pass him up.  He's brittle, and doesn't have much pop following him in the lineup, but when healthy, he's been productive.  
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