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    2152 edition of where trades go to die

    Here's some pieces from the Appalachia Roster:
    by no means a fire sale. just looking to improve.
    P David Lipman
    P Douglas Fleming
    3b Lawrence Hebert
    c Damon Sterling
    ss Jason Ivy
    lf Christopher Davis

    looking to upgrade P, 3b, ss, and c

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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    Koller is so cagey. Wins all the time and convinces nobody to trade

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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    Fighting block:

    Frank Wolfgram -90RA Centerfielder with 93 DI
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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    My team seems to be a lot of youngish mediocre players. Im trying to figure out if they will be good with changes to development, or if we are stuck in mediocrity. If anyone wants to offer on some of the guys to help me pick a direction, i would be open
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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    Pigge & Jar, are Rhee or Burkhead available?

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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    I think he’s engaged, orange vagism level, but sure, give it your best shot. Maybe he’s into that

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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    Everyone's always available at the right price. Rhee is my best player though and I would prefer to not get more strikes and penalties, so he's not super cheap.

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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    Quote Originally Posted by dl3mk3 View Post
    Fighting block:

    Frank Wolfgram -90RA Centerfielder with 93 DI
    I'll offer my 2nd (#41)
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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    I'd like to add a SP, doesn't have to be young. I've got the #17 this year I'd be interested in moving for one.
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    Re: 2152 edition of where trades go to die

    I need a stud hitter in the worst way. I have loads of pitching to trade, active or lows. None of my hitters have developed (thanks usb). And picks.

    P Joseph Young
    P Thomas Loden
    P Amos Jamison
    P Daniel Lewis
    P Ricky Goodman
    P John Tucker
    P Gene Quevedo
    3B Alfonso Hall
    RF Gerald Hammel

    Pick 14
    Pick 38

    In summary, i want the best hitter I can get. But any of these players are available for picks since people tend to prefer picks over players.

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