Jim Johnson

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spaceboy
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Jim Johnson

Postby spaceboy » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:17 am

Who should I cut for Jim Johnson?
- Mike Gonzalez (latest is he's seeing a doctor and out TBD)
- Frank Francisco (Feliz already taken his job... will he get it back?)
- Matt Thornton (who is pitching really well keeping my whip/era down and getting K's, but technically not a closer)

10 team, 5x5 Keeper League
C: Wieters
1B: Adrian Gonzalez
2B: Placido Polanco
SS: Derek Jeter
3B: Mark Reynolds
OF: Shin Shoo Choo
OF: Carlos Lee
OF: Andre Ethier
Util: Justin Morneau
Bench: Chone Figgins
DL: Carlos Beltran

SP: CC Sabathia, Jered Weaver, Brett Anderson, Cole Hamels, Jonathan Sanchez, Brandon Webb
RP: Billy Wagner, Leo Nunez, Franklin Morales, Fernando Rodney, Matt Thornton, Frank Francisco, Mike Gonzalez

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chlenko
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Re: Jim Johnson

Postby chlenko » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:21 am

None of the above. Johnson failed as the closer last year. Pretty sure he will fail again. If you are really vulturing for saves, drop Thornton (I think Putz might be next in line after Jenks since Thornton is a lefty).
14 team Dynasty league - '09/10/11/15 champ
C - Realmuto
1B - Olson
2B - Merrifield
3B - Donaldson
SS - Bogaerts
MI - Lindor
CI - G.Cooper
OF - Marte, E.Rosario, Castellanos, Buxton, Kipnis
UTIL - Dozier
BN - T.Shaw
DL - McCutchen, B.Rdogers
SP - DeGrom, Flaherty, Montas, Gibson, Anibal Sanchez, Miley
RP - Yates, Giles, Treinen, Hendricks, Robles, Buttrey
DL - Hill, Gausman
R-1B-2B-HR-RBI-SB-BB-K-AVG-OPS
W-L-QS-SV-K-ERA-WHIP-K/BB

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havok
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Re: Jim Johnson

Postby havok » Wed Apr 14, 2010 3:00 pm

Agreed. I'd avoid Johnson all together and wait on MGon. Johnson failed in the past and failed BIG time last night. Not a lot of confidence there.
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