First draft of the year

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First draft of the year

Postby marcheese » Sun Mar 24, 2013 11:07 am

16 team H2H 8x8
H, R, HR, RBI, SB, BB, AVG, SLG
W, QS, K, ERA, WHIP, SV, HLD, K/BB
No bench spots, all spots must be filled

C - Matt Wieters (5.75)
C - John Buck (21.331)
1B - Prince Fielder (1.11)
2B - Jose Altuve (6.86)
3B - Jose Arenado (13.203)
SS - Ben Zobrist (4.54)
CI - Paul Goldschmidt (3.43)
MI - Josh Rutledge (11.171)
LF - Carl Crawford (7.107)
CF - Ben Revere (12.182)
RF - Justin Upton (2.22)
OF - Nick Swisher (8.118)
OF - Michael Morse (9.139)
Util - Lance Berkman (10.150)

SP - Jonathon Niese (14.214)
SP - Hyun-Jin Ryu (15.235)
SP - Kyle Kendrick (18.278)
SP - Bud Norris (19.299)
SP - Wily Peralta (20.310)
RP - Hisashi Iwakuma (16.246)
RP - Andrew Cashner (17.267)
RP - Joel Peralta (22.342)
RP - Antonio Bastardo (23.363)

So obviously I held off quite a while before drafting pitchers. I was definitely surprised to see Niese last as long as he did, so I'm actually not too upset to call him my ace as of right now. With the staff I did draft, I feel that there's no stars, but it can definitely be formidable as the risk isn't very high. Also, I'm confident enough to find saves during the year if need be.

Anyways, thoughts would be appreciated! Thanks.

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Re: First draft of the year

Postby sockdeuce » Sun Mar 24, 2013 1:47 pm

I think you really should have grabbed more pitching. Sure hitting is more reliable etc.. but pitching is half your categories and that is way to long to wait for an SP even if you got Niese late. I wouldn't want him as my number 1...

hitting looks solid...

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Re: First draft of the year

Postby inertiatic » Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:30 pm

For the league size, I think your offense looks stacked. Could have some value picks on your pitching staff too. You'll have to be on the lookout for another starter most likely through trade, but overall pretty damn good.
10 tm H2H Dynasty (3rd Year)
7X7 + TB, OPS & Holds, QS
C- Weiters
1B- Goldy
2B- Ever-Cab
3B- Longoris
SS- Tulo
OF-(start 3) Braun, C. Davis, Kemp, Marte, Cuddyer
UTIL- Votto, one of the above OF
Bench- 1 spot for a hot-schmotato

SP- Greinke, Latos, M. Moore, Medlen, Iwakuma, Hamels, Gausman, E. Ramirez, H. Bailey, T. Walker, J. Tallion, M. Pineda, I. Nova
RP- A. Reed, R. Soriano, G. Holland, Balfour, D. Smyly
DL- B. Beachy


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