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  1. #11
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    Re: 2080 League Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by Cardboardtube View Post
    No idea how the Pork Chop Express is at 28-28 (with a -39 differential).

    Well I guess I do, and it's because a few hitters like Larry Nelms have decided to go Super Saiyan (1.066 OPS), but this can't last. Not going to be able to maintain .500 ball with a team ERA of 5.52.
    wow you have a higher team ERA than me didn think it was possible
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  2. #12
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    Re: 2080 League Discussion

    Make that 5.55. Didn't actually expect that to be dead last in a recently rebooted league, but it currently is.

  3. #13

    Re: 2080 League Discussion

    I need to acquire some pitching. I have the 11th pick this draft Michael Scribner and future picks available. If youre looking to rebuild and/or need to cut some salary Im your guy. I need starting pitching.

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    Re: 2080 League Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by joeblow View Post
    I need to acquire some pitching. I have the 11th pick this draft Michael Scribner and future picks available. If youre looking to rebuild and/or need to cut some salary Im your guy. I need starting pitching.
    I don't have much, but feel free to see if anyone I have will help. My need is the same, so probably not.
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    Re: 2080 League Discussion

    I'll make Wayne Wilson P available.

    EN is lacking, but he is 73 95 60 41/42 and 48/55en po/fi/co maxed, SY grows a point a year, so that maxes next flip. EN has been 50 49 48 49 49 48 last 6 seasons.

    joe, I am not interested in Scribner, but do like Hamilton in your LM.


    vulp, I am not interested in dealing him in the division, but i dont think he is the type of pitcher you want (age).
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  6. #16
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    Re: 2080 League Discussion

    Some offensive players available from Bond, i'm pretty safe to reach wins minimum and the team needs a lot of help for the future.

    Joe Hess is the crown offensive jewel if you can afford him, 1st rounder next season plus a solid starter in return to help out with his high price tag.

    Dex Alegria was a FA find and i'd swap him for an arm I can get a few seasons from, prospect or someone that I'll get 5 seasons out of.

    Ad Williams another higher price tag player, 1st rounder in the teens next season or a combo with late 1st rounder. He's only 28

    Fred Hague, lost his spot to an all around better rookie, he's a 28YO also who's a good OBP guy. I'd flip him for a pitcher.
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