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AL East pitchers

Postby shitbird » Sat Mar 27, 2010 7:03 am

I know you caution agaisnt owning too many AL East pitchers but it's a fair bit tougher to do in an AL-only league as I have three less divisions to choose from.

Do you consider Boston and NY to be part of the AL East squads to avoid pitchers on? I figure they don't have it half as bad as BAL, TOR and TB because they don't have to play themselves.

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Re: AL East pitchers

Postby Grey » Sat Mar 27, 2010 7:41 am

shitbird wrote:I know you caution agaisnt owning too many AL East pitchers but it's a fair bit tougher to do in an AL-only league as I have three less divisions to choose from.

Do you consider Boston and NY to be part of the AL East squads to avoid pitchers on? I figure they don't have it half as bad as BAL, TOR and TB because they don't have to play themselves.

Thanks.


Yeah, NYY and BOS is better, but you can't worry about that in an AL-Only league anyway.
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