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Old 11-04-2018, 09:58 AM   #41
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Virginia Vixens

Starters

SS Maury Wills ('62 Record Breaker) 65
LF Willie Wilson ('82 All Star) 69
CF Andruw Jones ('00 All Star) 88
DH Nelson Cruz 73
RF Nick Markakis 69
3B Tim Wallach ('85 AS) 72
1B Ryan Zimmerman/Steve Pearce 69/69
2B Mark Bellhorn ('04 Unsung Hero) 69
C Chris Iannetta 66

Starters (YUCK):
Johnny Cueto 65
David Cone ('99 AS) 68
Marco Gonzales 66
Matt Shoemaker 66
Wade LeBlanc 63

Bullpen:
CL Josh Hader 80
RP Carl Willis ('91 Unsung Hero) 71
RP Adam Kolarek 70
RP Ryan Duren ('59 Record Breaker) 75
RP Luke Gregerson 69
RP Chris Devenski 56 (I have a lot better rated relievers, but Devenski has a 2.58 ERA in 34 games and can't take him out while hot!)

Bench
C AJ Ellis 65
1B Tony Perez ('74 AS) 64
SS Tony Kubek ('61 AS) 61
LF Randal Grichuk 68
1B Steve Pearce 69

My rotation is trash right now, but my bullpen is solid and I just pulled Willie Wilson and Mark Bellhorn to stabilize my team a bit. With Wills and Wilson setting the table for guys like Jones (leading the league in RBIs) and Cruz, this team should score runs. Defensively, Wills is not that good at SS but the OF is solid and the rest of the infield is good, namely Wallach at 3B. Still need an upgrade at C, but I'm scouring the auction house and opening packs when I can.
Got a gold "Running Crazy" with Willie Wilson for 9000 PP! That allowed me to buy 2 5 packs of standard packs. I'd say it went pretty well. Updated the following positions:

C - Kurt Suzuki 71
1B - Don Mattingly ('85 AS) 77
LF - Rickey Henderson ('82 Record Breaker) 74
RF - WILLIE MAYS ('54 AS) 100

SP - Shohei Ohtani 81
SP - Dennis Martinez ('91 AS) 72
SP - Jose Quintana 71

RP - Will Harris 84
RP - Aaron Bummer 79

So upgraded 9 positions with 10 standard packs plus pulled some good cards to auction. Not bad for 10k! Will be interesting to see how Ohtani pitches for us. I'm at 54-57 and need to make a run quick.
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Old 11-04-2018, 09:17 PM   #42
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So far, one of my fav players is Whit Merrifield. Out of the 80 games ive been in so far, he has hits in all but 13 games. Proj stats:
223 hits, 113 runs, 34 doubles, 14 triples, 10 hr, 93 rbi, 36 sb, .348 avg
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Old 11-04-2018, 11:45 PM   #43
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I've been hard at work and I'm proud of the team that I've been able to put together in time for Monday.

C - Charles Johnson (74)
1B - Anthony Rizzo (83)
2B - Jose Oquendo (73)
SS - Freddy Galvis (64)
3B - Scott Brosius (78)
LF - Christian Yelich (96)
CF - Andrew McCutchen (87)
RF - Yasiel Puig (80)
DH - Carl Furillo (84)

SP - Tiny Bonham (89)
SP - Forrest Whitley (78)
SP - German Marquez (78)
SP - Len Baker (73)
SP - David Wells (70)

CL - Jose Leclerc (81)
SU - Aaron Bummer (79)
SU - Juan Nicasio (79)
MR - Brandon Morrow (78)
MR - Rod Beck (77)
MR - Darren O'Day (75)
MR Seung-hwan Oh (73)
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Old 11-04-2018, 11:48 PM   #44
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Nice. Were you flipping players in the auction house, or getting a lot of achievements?
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Old 11-04-2018, 11:54 PM   #45
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Nice. Were you flipping players in the auction house, or getting a lot of achievements?
Thanks, I've been grinding out the AH pretty hard which has definitely helped with the achievements. But I'm sure no matter how much work I put in there will always be a bigger whale out there, especially once the game becomes PTW. I just lost to a team with 5 diamond cards.
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Old 11-05-2018, 07:07 AM   #46
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My latest roster:
Temple City Tempest TCT (finished entry pool 27-20, 12th)

(vs RHP; LHP flips order around some, just trusted AI)
1. 2B Jose Altuve Live 89
2. DH Scooter Gennett Live 78
3. LF Bob Johnson AS (1939) 83
4. CF George Foster AS (1977) 86
5. 1B Alvin Davis Rookie (1984) 78
6. RF Andrew McCutchen Live 74
7. C Mike Scioscia AS (1990) 75
8. 3B Matt Duffy Live 73
9. SS Brandon Crawford Live 71

Rotation
1. RHP Noah Syndergaard Live 98 (!)
2. RHP Gerrit Cole Live 93
3. LHP Mark Langston Unsung (1989) 72
4. RHP Jose Berrios Live 68
5. RHP Ervin Santana Live 68

Bullpen:
CL - RHP Silvino Bracho Live 66
SU - RHP Chris Martin Live 67
SU - RHP Alec Mills Live 67
MR - RHP Dan Petry Unsung (1984) 66 (converted starter)
MR/Lefty - LHP Will McEnaney Unsung (1975) 63
LR - RHP Vince Velasquez Live 65
LR/MR - RHP Matt Shoemaker Live 66

Bench:
1B/RF Cody Bellinger Live 71
CF Clyde Milan Record-Breaker (1912) 69
Super-Sub Brock Holt Live 68
C Mitch Garver Live 63

My pen is definitely my weakest link; I'm gonna be looking for a lefty or two in the near future. I'm not sure what to think about the converted starters; they have good control and movement mostly but their stuff pales in comparison to most "conventional" relievers, and I'm not sure how that plays out in the engine.

Petry and Velasquez were my opening day #1 and #2 starters. they are all that remains of my starter pack in the pitching staff. Of the batters, George Foster, Alvin Davis, Mike Scioscia, Clyde Milan, and Brock Holt were in my starter packs and Jose Altuve was in my first "real" pack (off the initial 1000 starting PP)

I've been very happy with Mike Scioscia and Alvin Davis for their ratings. Altuve went nuts, hitting .381 in the season. George Foster and Cody Bellinger struggled most of the season. Brock Holt struggled but given his versatility and the difficulty of finding a good 3B he got games.

Noah, Gerrit, Duffy, Gennett, and McCutchen came in a total of 4 post-seasons packs. Getting 2 diamond SPs and the 2 weakest spots in my lineup in 4 packs was pretty nuts. Duffy and McCutchen replacing Holt and Bellinger respectively.

I've done well in the market; I got some good cheap innings eaters in the 58-59 range for very little in Andrew Heaney, Kevin Gausman, as well as some great relief from Daniel Hudson and Zac Rosscup, a pair of Dodgers with 2 great pitches and not much else to argue in their favor.

For much of the season I had Khris Davis in the DH which made having 2 gold-tier LFs kind of awkward. I wavered on playing Foster in center (35 rated but good range/error/arm) and eventually sold Davis so Clyde would play every day (elite defender and running, so-so bat). Davis is rated 78 IIRC but is a steal if you can get him for what 78s normally go for; elite (+++) power with average contact. I don't know how long Gennett will survive in the DH hole; 2B production from a DH isn't gonna light the world on fire. I may sell him for a big fat slow guy and/or maybe just go back to Clyde in center.

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Old 11-05-2018, 03:04 PM   #47
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Oregon Ducks lineup/Delta Chi league

2B Eddie Collins
LF Gregory Polanco
CF Ellis Burks
RF Yasiel Puig
C Terry Kennedy
DH Domingo Santana
1B George Scott
3B Evan Longoria
SS Addison Russell

SP1 Jose Berrios
SP2 Jeff Ballard
SP3 Zach Eflin
SP4 Matt Andriese
SP5 Freddie Fitzsimmons
Yes, I need help here...

RP1 Jorge Lopez
RP2 Felix Pena
RP3 Matt Magill
RP4 Luke Farrell
RP5 Cionel Perez
RP6 Jorge De La Rosa

CL Drew Smith

My bullpen needs even more help than the rotation
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Old 11-05-2018, 07:17 PM   #48
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I'm in the process of putting together the following lineup based on what I drew and players I've found that fit my needs in the auction house.

vs RHP
2B Tony Kemp (63)
DH George Springer (78)
LF Ronald Acuna Jr (83)
1B Matt Olson (66)
RF Brian Jordan (1991 AS; 67)
SS Troy Tulowitzki (2007 Rookie; 75)
CF Jackie Bradley Jr (65)
3B Kyle Seager (64)
C Butch Wynegar (1976 AS; 64)

vs LHP
DH George Springer (78)
SS Troy Tulowitzki (2007 Rookie; 75)
LF Ronald Acuna Jr (83)
RF Brian Jordan (1991 AS; 67)
1B Matt Olson (66)
3B Christian Villanueva (68)
2B Mike Gallego (1991 Unsung Hero; 65)
C Max Stassi (60)
CF Jackie Bradley Jr (65)

Other (bench):
CF Raimel Tapia (61)

Rotation:
R Sad Sam Jones (1921 Unsung Hero; 72)
L Jim Abbott (1991 Unsung Hero; 70)
L Charlie Robertson (1922 Rookie; 69)
R Yonny Chirinos (68)
L Allan Anderson (1988 OHW; 69)

Bullpen:
LHP Bill R Henry (1964 Record Breaker; 63)
RHP Terry Leach (1988 Unsung Hero; 66)
RHP Dan Quisenberry (1982 AS; 60)
L Denis Boucher (1993 Unsung Hero; 67)
RP Joe A Berry (1944 Record Breaker; 66)
RHP Bob Stanley (1985 AS; 64)
RHP Matt Barnes (77)
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Old 11-06-2018, 12:48 AM   #49
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Here is my current lineup. Just added Cabrera and Stearns (who is now platooning with Gary Carter) as I just got them from a pack. The lineup has the potential to be explosive if they can get their act together.

The majority of my bullpen has been pretty lights out but my starters have been hit an miss. I have set up some strategies to rely less on the shaky pitchers and relievers and more on the solid ones.

Well see how it goes in day 2 tomorrow.
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Old 11-06-2018, 01:25 AM   #50
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RF Max Muncy 83
1B Jim Thome 71
DH Andres Galarraga 72
CF Grady Sizemore 82
3B Eugenio Suarez 85
2b Eddie Collins Sr 85
LF Whitey Lockman 65
SS Luis Aparicio 60
C Jim Sundberg 71

SP Hunter Greene 83
SP Michael Wacha 71
SP Denis Boucher 67
SP Clay Buchholz 66
SP Johnny Allen 60

CL Shawn Kelley 71
RP Jose Alvarado 84
RP Pedro Strop 72
RP Taylor WIlliams 65
RP Adrian Houser 54 (for some reason he simulates amazing)
RP Jimmie Sherfy 62
RP Tyler Mahle 51 (also simulates amazing for his overall - listed as a SP)

I had a 12 run comeback in the early entry pool games which blessed me with 6K perfect points, which was used to buy Greene, Suarez and Alvarado. Muncy and Collins were pulls, while Sizemore I bought as well. I bought Galarraga to DH and immediately pulled Muncy, with RF being the only spot I could fit him.
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Old 11-06-2018, 01:39 AM   #51
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My team is 18-8, which is best in my league.

Starting rotation
Noah Syndergaard
Lance McCullers Jr.
Brandon Woodruff (Player of the month in my league. 4-0 0.67 era)
Jose Berrios
Hyun-jin Ryu

long relief
Denis Boucher
Vern Law

middle relief
Chaz Roe
Matt Grace

set up
Jeremy Jeffress
john hiller

Closer
Chad Green

Batting lineup
SS Matt Duffy
CF Jerome Walton
1B Mo Vaughn
DH Giancarlo Stanton
RF David Justice
2B Brian Dozier
LF Bryce Harper
C Tyler Flowers
3B Aaron Boone

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Old 11-09-2018, 12:29 AM   #52
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I'm 76-30 so far on the season.

SP - Noah Syndergaard (98)
SP - James Paxton (89)
SP - Tiny Bonham (89)
SP - Patrick Corbin (89)
SP - Zach Wheeler (85)

CL - Will Smith (87)
SU - Aroldis Chapman (84)
SU - Adam Ottavino (84)
MR - Jose Leclerc (81)
MR - Chad Green (81)
MR - Dellin Betances (80)
LR - Marcus Stroman (80)

C - Buster Posey (83)
1B - Anthony Rizzo (83)
2B - Jose Altuve (89)
SS - Corey Seager (85)
3B - Nolan Arenado (98)
LF - Christian Yelich (96)
CF - Andrew McCutchen (87)
RF - Mitch Haniger (83)
DH - Carl Furrilo (84)
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Old 11-09-2018, 01:39 AM   #53
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OK here goes... 68-41 in Zeta Zeta league, first in the division...

SP Patrick Corbin (89) Live
SP Mitch Keller (76) Future Legend
SP Adonis Medina (76) Future Legend
SP Dennis Martinez (72) All Star
SP Jose Berrios (68) Live

CL - Darren O'Day (75) Live
SU - Steve Cischek (73) Live
SU - Dylan Floro (71) Live
MR - John Wetteland (61) All Star
MR - Gregory Infante (62) Live
LR - Tyler Skaggs (65) Live

C - JT Realmuto (80) Live
1B - Doug De Cinces (75) All Star & Jose Alberto Martinez (63) Live
2B - Kolten Wong (69) Live & Johan Camargo (66) Live
3B - Scott Brosius (78) All Star
SS - Jose Iglesias (64) Live
LF - Hank Sauer (81) All Star & Enriquez Hernandez (73) Live
CF - Billy Hamilton (61) Live
RF - Matty Alou (64) Record Breaker & Nicholas Castellanos (70) Live
DH - Dale Murphy (84) All Star

As you can see lots of platooning going on for the Sun Sox, offence working really well, bullpen and D could be better, but getting there.

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Old 11-09-2018, 01:43 AM   #54
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I'm 76-30 so far on the season.

SP - Noah Syndergaard (98)
SP - James Paxton (89)
SP - Tiny Bonham (89)
SP - Patrick Corbin (89)
SP - Zach Wheeler (85)

CL - Will Smith (87)
SU - Aroldis Chapman (84)
SU - Adam Ottavino (84)
MR - Jose Leclerc (81)
MR - Chad Green (81)
MR - Dellin Betances (80)
LR - Marcus Stroman (80)

C - Buster Posey (83)
1B - Anthony Rizzo (83)
2B - Jose Altuve (89)
SS - Corey Seager (85)
3B - Nolan Arenado (98)
LF - Christian Yelich (96)
CF - Andrew McCutchen (87)
RF - Mitch Haniger (83)
DH - Carl Furrilo (84)
You should be that record with that lineup of all golds and diamonds.
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Old 11-09-2018, 08:12 AM   #55
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CF - Billy Hamilton (61)
2B - Phillip Evans (61)
LF - Michael Brantley (78)
DH - Carlos Gonzalez (78)
RF - Lonnie Chisenhall (64)
1B - Trey Mancini (54)
C- Bo Diaz (62)
3B - Tim Beckham (57)
SS - Mark Belanger (60)

SP- David Cone (72)
SP- Gene Conley (68) (9-2 so far... go Gene!)
SP- CC Sabathia (63)
SP- Tyler Anderson (63)
SP- Hal Brown (63)

RP- Tony Barnette (65)
RP- Yoshihisha Hirano (65)
RP- Tim Hill (64)
RP- Collin McHugh (66)
SU- Luke Gregerson (69)
SU- Sam Tuivailala (70)
CL- AJ Minter (85)


currently 31-23 in the entry division
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Old 11-09-2018, 09:10 PM   #56
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Updated team: 68-61, Currently 2nd wildcard, 1.5 games up

Rotation:
Jacob DeGrom (100) - 1-0, 2.25 ERA... new addition
Andy Pettitte (77) - 13-7, 3.50
Adam Wainwright (76) 10-10, 4.29
David Price (75) - 7-14, 4.81
Marco Gonzales (66) - 4-10, 4.34
(Used to have Luis Severino, sold him 12-7, 3.56 era)

Pen:
John Franco (75)
Greg Minton (69)
Nick Wittgren (68)
Scott Oberg (77)
David Robertson (79) - 1-3, 2 SV, 17 Holds, 2.89
Juan Nicasio (79)
Jose Alvarado (84) - 7-3, 29 SV, 2.96 era

Lineup:
2B Whit Merrifield (76) - Team lead 29 SBs.
DH Rhys Hoskins (74)
RF Jose Canseco (89) - Leads league in HR's w/ 40.
1B Jesus Aguilar (76)
LF Charlie Blackmon (73)
SS Dick Groat (70) - Team lead with 139 hits. .323 AVG.
CF Aaron Hicks (79)
3B Jed Lowrie (75)
C Wilson Contreras (73)

PH
Joey Gallo (57)
Ron Gant (66)
Ketel Marte (66)
Austin Barnes (70)

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Team after the initial packs: http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...2&postcount=24

There has been a lot of change since, including almost the entire pitching staff (to no great effect). Team is ten under .500, last place, and mostly hopeless. Contreras was an All Star. Soriano is t-5th with 26 homers. Minoso hit for the cycle. And that was already all the glory.

Rotation:
SP - 72 - David Cone (1994 AS)
SP - 66 - Dave Dravecky (1985 USH)
SP - 69 - Rick Porcello
SP - 68 - Ross Stripling
SP - 68 - Jose Berrios

Bullpen (the horrors!):
CL - 68 - Giovanny Gallegos
SU - 71 - Carl Willis (1991 USH)
MR - 69 - Tommy Hunter
MR - 68 - Victor Arano
MR - 66 - Luiz Gohara
MR - 63 - Cam Bedrosian
LS - 52 - Brian Johnson

Catchers:
C - 73 - Willson Contreras
C - 64 - Tucker Barnhart

Infielders:
1B - 83 - Anthony Rizzo
2B - 71 - Alfonso Soriano (2003 AS)
3B - 75 - Doug DeCinces (1983 AS)
SS - 79 - Carlos Correa
INF - 68 - Adam Frazier
3B/1B - 68 - Christian Villanueva [DH!]
INF - 68 - Jeff McNeil

Outfielders:
OF - 89 - Minnie Minoso (1954 AS)
UT - 73 - Chris Taylor
RF - 69 - Ichiro Suzuki (2001 Rookie)
CF - 63 - Juan Lagares
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