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  1. #31

    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    Quote Originally Posted by Stumba View Post
    These SPs are on the other side of 30 but might make an impact on the right team:
    Jack Toomer
    Ruben Jones
    Willie Shepherd
    I don't have much interest in those guys with pick 6, but I like your 2B and P Davis.
    XB TriStars (2049-) Div: 17, Conf: 8, WS: 1
    2ML Colonels (1963-) Div: 8, Conf: 3, WS: 3
    LEG Blues (2036-) Div: 11, Conf: 7, WS: 3
    BD Wildcats (2048-) Div: 15, Conf: 11, WS: 6
    CarL Carousers (2031-) Div: 11, Conf: 7, WS: 4
    TDD Kaws (2103-) Div: 8, Conf: 6, WS: 3
    Brockmire Monarchs (1981-) Div: 6, Conf: 3, WS: 2
    TCL Tramcars (2122-)
    KBL Smokers (2042-)
    Past teams in WS: 7-13

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    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    Quote Originally Posted by tander28 View Post
    Pick #6 and State Street’s 1st next season are on the block. Lots of good developmental guys in this draft but I’m looking for impact now not 3-5 years from now. Needs are SP, 2B, SS, would love to get two players but would take one.


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    SS Sloan
    P Shin
    P Hornberger

    could leave Modena, but our payroll are a difficult matchup
    I want something good to die for to make it beautiful to live. I want a new mistake, loose is more than hesitate

  3. #33

    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    Quote Originally Posted by spoonman1981 View Post
    SS Sloan
    P Shin
    P Hornberger

    could leave Modena, but our payroll are a difficult matchup
    Butler, Modena, Fenley are the guys that interest me with pick #6 in play. I actually like the top of this draft. No sure fire studs, but I found plenty of guys I like at #6.
    XB TriStars (2049-) Div: 17, Conf: 8, WS: 1
    2ML Colonels (1963-) Div: 8, Conf: 3, WS: 3
    LEG Blues (2036-) Div: 11, Conf: 7, WS: 3
    BD Wildcats (2048-) Div: 15, Conf: 11, WS: 6
    CarL Carousers (2031-) Div: 11, Conf: 7, WS: 4
    TDD Kaws (2103-) Div: 8, Conf: 6, WS: 3
    Brockmire Monarchs (1981-) Div: 6, Conf: 3, WS: 2
    TCL Tramcars (2122-)
    KBL Smokers (2042-)
    Past teams in WS: 7-13

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    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    Quote Originally Posted by tander28 View Post
    Butler, Modena, Fenley are the guys that interest me with pick #6 in play. I actually like the top of this draft. No sure fire studs, but I found plenty of guys I like at #6.
    Butler and Fenley don't leave my team. Sloan is up but difficult to trade with our salary...
    I want something good to die for to make it beautiful to live. I want a new mistake, loose is more than hesitate

  5. #35

    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    Quote Originally Posted by spoonman1981 View Post
    Butler and Fenley don't leave my team. Sloan is up but difficult to trade with our salary...
    Thanks for the talks, I'm happy to make the pick
    XB TriStars (2049-) Div: 17, Conf: 8, WS: 1
    2ML Colonels (1963-) Div: 8, Conf: 3, WS: 3
    LEG Blues (2036-) Div: 11, Conf: 7, WS: 3
    BD Wildcats (2048-) Div: 15, Conf: 11, WS: 6
    CarL Carousers (2031-) Div: 11, Conf: 7, WS: 4
    TDD Kaws (2103-) Div: 8, Conf: 6, WS: 3
    Brockmire Monarchs (1981-) Div: 6, Conf: 3, WS: 2
    TCL Tramcars (2122-)
    KBL Smokers (2042-)
    Past teams in WS: 7-13

  6. #36

    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    He's a lot of salary, but 3B Normie Winter is still pounding the snot out of the ball and available cheap as a a rental. I'm already 15 games below .500 and likely can't keep him after this season anyways so would like to get something for him.

  7. #37

    Re: 2044 Hot stove

    In fact, let's open it all up. I'm not competitive this year, got a couple guys that work for the long term so I am building for the future. So would like to move useful guys along with that direction in mind. These are in loose order of what I think they would return. If they aren't on this list, reach out. In general, everyone over 28 is available and anyone under 28 is not so much.

    1B Lorenzo Weathers - 29 YO 1B, .900 OPS the previous 3 seasons
    P Herman Stepp - 30 YO consistent starting pitcher
    LF Andrew Wells - 29 YO LF, up and down and this year is down.
    P Mario Covington - 28 YO SP, hard thrower
    LF Coy Garcia - 32 YO LF, aging gracefully, severally good years left, salary likely makes him untradeable
    P Angel Travis - 30 YO pitcher, struggling in a few innings this year, expecting a bounce back
    3B Normie Winter - 36 3B, hits a ton, expensive, likely a short term rental

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