View Full Version : Could someone rate this team?

03-13-2006, 08:32 PM
It's A Yahoo Roto Points league. 7X7 format: Hitting - AVG., HR, Runs, RBI, SB, 2B and OPS; Pitching - W, L, SV, Holds, ERA, Whips and K.

Holds league, so you will see I tabbed some players that don't really get drafted in other formats.

C Posada (12th round)
1b D.Lee (2nd)
2B Utley (4th)
3B Chavez (7th)
SS Peralta (5th)
OF C.Lee (6th)
OF Crawford (1st)
OF B.Giles (14th)
UTL. Konerko (10th)
Bench Garcaiparra (17th)
Bench W.M.Pena (20th)
Bench M.Ordonez (21st)
Bench A.J. Pierzynski (24th)
Bench E.Encarnacion (22nd)

SP Carpenter (3rd)
SP Schmidt (11th)
SP AJ Burnett (13th)
RP Isringhausen (9th)
RP Street (8th)
P L.Hernandez (23rd)
P Millwood (19th)
Bench Farnsworth (16th)
Bench Otsuka (15th)
Bench Baez (18th)
Bench OL. Perez (25th)

Each team has 3 Closers except me. My hoping that I can stay active on the waiver wire and find a closer Like I did last year in Turnbow, Bruney and Weathers.

Any suggestions about the whole team in general?

Also, Here are few of the top Free Agents. Anyone worth adding
R.Soriano, Baldelli, Capauno, J.Jones, Alou, Vidro, Biggio, J.Guillen, Westbrook, Pavano, Wang, Wakefield, Maddux, Coffey, Dotel, Qualls. Any thoughts?

03-14-2006, 11:15 AM
Rafael Soriano is next in line in Seattle, and he is a better pick than Otsuka, in my opinion. Everyday Eddie Guardado is likely to be traded, so I would pick Soriano up. What about Francisco Cabrera from Cleveland? When Wickman falls over from a heartattack, he is likely to be the one to take his place there. (unless they go with Betancourt) Check out Cabrera's stats from last year: 1.47 ERA, 30 2/3 IP, 24 H, 11 BB, 29 K's. Hope this helps.

03-14-2006, 03:13 PM
Thanks redsfanfalcon. I agree with Soriano and I never thought about Francisco Cabrera. Good idea. Thanks again.