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 Post subject: H2H team advice?
PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2010 11:18 pm 
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Format: H2H, 12-teams, hitters: AVG, R, RBI, HR, BB, SB, pitchers: W, L, ERA, WHIP, SV, K. 25 IP minimum per week, no maximum; max 45 moves over the season.
C-doumit
1B-texeira
2B-uggla
3B-reynolds
SS-zobrist
OF-holliday
OF-span
OF-bruce
UT-butler
UT-reimold
B-headley
B-cojack

SPs-lester, cliff lee, tim hudson, slowey, scherzer, price, wade davis, strasburg
RPs-wilson, marmol

I have 2 major AVG concerns w/uggla and reynolds obviously, but i think the rest of my lineup should help keep that number decent at least (span and butler were drafted directly for that purpose). Also, past lester and lee, the pitchers are all risky, but I figure if even 2 of those 6 work out, I have a strong staff at midseason and especially for the playoffs. I didn't feel good about this team coming out of the draft but the more I've looked at it the more I'm starting to like it. That could just be me in denial though, so please let me know if there are any glaring weaknesses I'm missing and if there's anything I can/should try to fix. Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: H2H team advice?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 9:26 am 
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jitkis wrote:
Format: H2H, 12-teams, hitters: AVG, R, RBI, HR, BB, SB, pitchers: W, L, ERA, WHIP, SV, K. 25 IP minimum per week, no maximum; max 45 moves over the season.
C-doumit
1B-texeira
2B-uggla
3B-reynolds
SS-zobrist
OF-holliday
OF-span
OF-bruce
UT-butler
UT-reimold
B-headley
B-cojack

SPs-lester, cliff lee, tim hudson, slowey, scherzer, price, wade davis, strasburg
RPs-wilson, marmol

I have 2 major AVG concerns w/uggla and reynolds obviously, but i think the rest of my lineup should help keep that number decent at least (span and butler were drafted directly for that purpose). Also, past lester and lee, the pitchers are all risky, but I figure if even 2 of those 6 work out, I have a strong staff at midseason and especially for the playoffs. I didn't feel good about this team coming out of the draft but the more I've looked at it the more I'm starting to like it. That could just be me in denial though, so please let me know if there are any glaring weaknesses I'm missing and if there's anything I can/should try to fix. Thanks!


Lester, I like. Lee's having some health issues already that worry me and Slowey I really like. Then you have question marks. So you need some luck with your staff, but I'm less concerned about that in a H2H league. Your hitting's solid. You're obviously light on speed, but that's fine with your categories. You are also low on Runs though too. You might only have two players in the 3 hole or higher.

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I don't know every single matchup for next week, so if you want me to choose a player for the following week and you think the matchups are important, tell me who they're facing.


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 Post subject: Re: H2H team advice?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 11:21 am 
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I'm worried about Reimold staying healthy, though he has looked better of late. He might not be an everyday player until he's better, though Pie's injury could force their hand. He's better suited for DH than LF but they have the ultra streaky Luke Scott there so will have to see how that plays out. It looks like you balance out the low average guys nicely, you'll just have to look for good SP matchups on the wire each week and pay attention to any available break out candidates.


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 Post subject: Re: H2H team advice?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:18 pm 
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Thanks Grey! Lee's oblique is giving me headaches right now but I'm hoping he only misses 3-4 weeks max and comes back fine. In a H2H league I'll live with that, especially since I drafted him at a discount, he dropped a few rounds cause of the injury. I definitely see the runs problem though, I'll look for a trade if it turns out to be too big an issue after a month or so.
As for Reimold, that was unfortunate, I didn't hear anyone talking about his surgery before our draft so I assumed he was 100% healed and then a day or two after the draft the platoon reports started coming in. He did hit well in the spring though, especially at the end, and pie is injured, so hopefully he'll get 450+ ABs. If not, I have cojack who I really hope will get that leadoff spot that there's been speculation about, which would help with my possible R shortage, plus headley who's usually really solid on the road (shocker) so I can mix and match every day. Thanks guys!


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