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GeauxTigers777
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Advice/ Rate fantasy baseball team



This time of year again... I think this team is pretty complete. Just wanting to hear what you would do to improve. Thinking of packaging some offense for an ace starter

League: 12 Teams; Full dynasty (6th year); 28 man rosters (makes it more like 14 team team with 4 player minor league rosters); standard head to head league

C: Mauer
1B: Fielder, Freeman, I.Davis
2B: Pedroia
3B: Zimmerman, Moustakas, M. Machado
SS: Reyes
OF: A. Gordon, Beltran, Stanton, Bruce, C. Crawford
use two UTIL positions

SP: Wainright
SP: Gallardo
SP: I. Kennedy
SP: Haren
SP: J. Johnson
SP: J. Lester
SP: A. Sanchez
SP: J. Samardizija
SP: A. Burnett
SP: A. Cashner
SP: B. Beachy
RP: A. Soriano
RP: J. Axford
RP: H. Street

Minor League Roster:
J. Taillon, J. Paxton, Two blank spots and will probably drop Paxton and redraft him with my 4th pick (don't know if he is worth what would be a 2nd round minor league pick)



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papz
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Stout team. Nothing to pick at.






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fratmonster
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Bats are Stacked Pitching is decent





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GeauxTigers777
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Yeah. Looking at packaging one of my young 3b for Peavy to bolster my rotation. Given my offense i think a top three of wainwright, gallardo, and peavy with multiple high ceiling guys would leave me ok.





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rpg37
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Offense is great. Pitching has some holes...I see that pitching being slightly under the average. You should try packaging something to get another stout pitcher. I love the Mauer selection...infield is VERY strong. You can get one more starter No. 1 and you will be set for a run!





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papz
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quote:

Looking at packaging one of my young 3b for Peavy to bolster my rotation.




Pitching is more than decent. You have a bunch of #2 tier starters than have the potential to pitch like 1's. And even if they didn't, a team with a bunch of two's is more than just fine. Peavy doesn't bring your staff to the next level and the ceiling on your young 3B are sky high.

I wouldn't go rush to make a move. See how the staff plays out before you do something you might regret in the long run.






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GeauxTigers777
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Fair enough. You are right. Thanks





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fratmonster
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I definitely wouldn't jump to get Peavy





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Honkus
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Don't worry, this guy doesn't make a move without making 3 threads to ask the board.





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