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Feedback appreciated for my money league H2H team

Posted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:19 pm
by Dayman1285
10 team H2H 6x6 scoring (OPS, WHIP) - we changed the format this year and I've never played H2H. Let me know what you think, and what I should focus on improving. I dropped Fowler for Dotel because speed is readily available on waivers. Thanks for the help.

1. (5) Álex Rodríguez 3B
2. (16) Miguel Cabrera 1B
3. (25) Grady Sizemore OF
4. (36) Jimmy Rollins SS
5. (45) Adam Lind OF
6. (56) Johan Santana SP
7. (65) Nelson Cruz OF
8. (76) Ubaldo Jiménez SP
9. (85) Carlos Peña 1B
10. (96) Wandy Rodríguez SP
11. (105) Carlos Mármol RP
12. (116) Álex Ríos OF
13. (125) David Aardsma RP
14. (136) David Price SP
15. (145) Julio Borbón OF
16. (156) Ian Stewart 2B,3B
17. (165) José López 1B,2B
18. (176) Miguel Montero C
19. (185) Kevin Slowey SP
20. (196) Dexter Fowler OF
21. (205) Ervin Santana SP
22. (216) Johnny Cueto SP
23. (225) Garrett Jones 1B,OF

Re: Feedback appreciated for my money league H2H team

Posted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:44 pm
by Grey
10 team H2H 6x6 scoring (OPS, WHIP) - we changed the format this year and I've never played H2H. Let me know what you think, and what I should focus on improving. I dropped Fowler for Dotel because speed is readily available on waivers. Thanks for the help.

1. (5) Álex Rodríguez 3B
2. (16) Miguel Cabrera 1B
3. (25) Grady Sizemore OF
4. (36) Jimmy Rollins SS
5. (45) Adam Lind OF
6. (56) Johan Santana SP
7. (65) Nelson Cruz OF
8. (76) Ubaldo Jiménez SP
9. (85) Carlos Peña 1B
10. (96) Wandy Rodríguez SP
11. (105) Carlos Mármol RP
12. (116) Álex Ríos OF
13. (125) David Aardsma RP
14. (136) David Price SP
15. (145) Julio Borbón OF
16. (156) Ian Stewart 2B,3B
17. (165) José López 1B,2B
18. (176) Miguel Montero C
19. (185) Kevin Slowey SP
20. (196) Dexter Fowler OF
21. (205) Ervin Santana SP
22. (216) Johnny Cueto SP
23. (225) Garrett Jones 1B,OF
I'd want a bit more quantity on the starting pitching, but the guys you have aren't terrible. Probably a bit weak for 10 team league but still manageable. Your hitting looks a little weak on power and high on speed, but again it's doable. You'll probably need to play it week to week as to what you're going to need.

Re: Feedback appreciated for my money league H2H team

Posted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 6:51 pm
by Beane Disciple
"I like what you've done with the place." Lots of really nice value picks in there. Where you might get in to trouble is with Starting Pitching. In h2h you want to have those lock down dudes for the playoff stretch. I love Ubaldo for roto but the "Coors Field Effect" could give you an ulcer late in the season if he has a home stand. Ideally you could put together a deal where you give up Ubaldo and another good player to get a studlier pitcher. Somewhere between Dan Haren and Josh Johnson (tier-wise).