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  • baseball_fanbaseball_fan New Member Registered Users 45 Posts
    Here is my lineup.

    Buster Posey(C)
    Jose Abreu(1B)
    Scooter Gennett(2B) - is batting .423
    Adrian Beltra(3B)
    Troy Tulowitzki(SS)
    Josh Harrison(OF)
    Mike Trout(OF)
    Andrew McCutchen(OF)
    Victor Martinez(DH)

    Subs:
    Michael Brantley(OF)
    Miguel Cabrera(1B)
    Danny Santana(SS)

    PITCHING:

    Chris Sale
    Felix Hernandez
    Jonhhy Cueto
    Masahiro Tanaka
    Jose Fernandez

    Relievers:
    Glen Perkins(L) 988
    Ken Giles(R) 979
    Dellin Betances(R) 969
    Kenley Jansen(R) 979
    Koji Uehara(R) 999
  • bizzlebizzle Junior Member Registered Users 75 Posts
    Robotstove wrote: »
    I am almost more pleased about the progress of my second account than of my primary account. He made it to Legends, but stands no chance of ever beating Legends playoffs. Here is his current lineup:

    C: Devin Mesoraco 4.5* R 692
    1B: Joe Mauer 4* L 822
    2B: Howie Kendrick 4* R 826
    3B: Todd Frazier 5* R 788
    SS: Jose Reyes 4* B 739
    LF: Carl Crawford 4* L 739
    CF: Mike Trout 5* R 896
    RF: Denard Span 4* L 819
    DH: Leonys Martin 4* L 739

    Subs:

    Joey Votto 4* L 752
    Matt Holliday 4.5* R 763
    Starlin Castro 4* R 744

    Starting Pitchers:

    Aaron Brooks 1* R 341
    Kris Johnson 1* L 512
    Rudy Owens 1* L 231
    Billy Buckner 1* R 223
    Christian Friedrich 1* L 521

    Relievers:

    Jeff Francis 1* R 859
    Carlos Contreras 1* R 513
    Mike Foltynewicz 1* R 431
    Bo Schultz 1* R 232
    Jeff Manship 1* R 312

    The account has 2 Franchise Coin slots.

    Upgrades:

    Hitting Coach 6
    Base Coach 6
    Trainer 6

    Pitching Coach 0
    Pitch Calling 0
    Catcher Arm 0
    Infield Hands 0
    Outfield Hands 0
    Outfield Arms 0
    Have fun boosting.
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Nice line up Bizzle. With some improvements in pitching, you will be well on your way. Good luck
  • bizzlebizzle Junior Member Registered Users 75 Posts
    ~Lawman~ wrote: »
    Nice line up Bizzle. With some improvements in pitching, you will be well on your way. Good luck

    I was quoting someone else's lineup.

    Here is mine:

    C - Devin Mesoraco 6/9/2
    1B - Steve Pearce 7/8/4
    2B - Daniel Murphy 8/3/6
    3B - Anthony Rendon 7/6/6
    SS - Jose Reyes 7/3/9
    OF - Matt Holliday 7/6/3
    OF - Denard Span 8/1/9
    OF - Bryce Harper 6/8/5
    DH - Yadier Molina 8/4/2

    Ben - Joey Votto 7/5/2
    Ben - Jon Jay 8/2/5
    Ben - Ian Kinsler 7/4/6

    SP - Jeff Samardzija 6/8/7
    SP - Gio Gonzalez 7/4/7
    SP - Rick Porcello 3/9/6
    SP - Homer Bailey 6/6/7
    SP - Jose Quintana 6/6/7

    Long - Cody Allen 9/3/8
    RP1 - Kyle Crockett 5/7/8
    RP2 - Charlie Furbush 9/4/7
    SM - Danny Faquhar 9/4/8
    CL - Pat Neshek 6/8/9

    My pitching needs serious help. I get smoked by the Legends.
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Your team looks very solid, both hitting and pitching. Which pitcher or pitchers in your rotation do best against Legends? Ice wrap and rotate your two best starters, see how that works for you.
  • StarCatStarCat Experienced Member Registered Users 269 Posts
    C Yadier Molina R 4.5 8/4/2
    1B Eric Hosmer L 4 7/4/4
    2B Daniel Murphey L 4.5 8/3/6
    3B Juan Uribe R 4.5 8/5/2
    SS Alexei Ramirez R 4.5 7/5/9
    OF Mike Trout R 5 8/9/6
    OF Charlie Blackmon L 4.5 7/5/9
    OF Hunter Pence R 5 8/5/6
    DH Matt Kemp R 5 7/7/5
    Sub A.J. Pollock R 4.5 R 7/4/8
    Sub Matt Holiday R 4.5 7/6/3
    Sub Kyle Seager L 4.5 6/8/5

    Ace Corey Kluber R 5 8/8/8
    SP2 Clayton Kershaw L 5 9/9/9
    SP3 Alex Cobb R 4.5 6/6/8
    SP4 Drew Smyly L 4.5 6/7/7
    SP5 Michael Wacha R 4.5 6/6/8
    LR Kyle Crockett L 4 5/7/8
    RP1 Joakim Soria R 4 9/6/7
    RP2 Dale Thayer R 4 6/6/8
    SM Jordan Walden R 4 9/3/8
    CL Trevor Rosenthal $ 4 9/3/8

    Upgrades:
    Hitting Coach 9
    Base Coach 6
    Trainer 9
    Pitching Coach 9
    Pitch Calling 9
    Catcher Arm 6
    Infield Hands 6
    Outfield Hands 7
    Outfield Arms 6
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    StarCat:

    You have a strong team, and smart upgrades!
  • StarCatStarCat Experienced Member Registered Users 269 Posts
    Thanks, ~Lawman~. I really like Bizzle's line-up.
  • zachmichel13zachmichel13 New Member Registered Users 3 Posts
    C 4.5* Devin Mesoraco 6 9 2
    1B 5* Steve Pearce 7 8 4
    2B 3.5* Chase Utley 6 4 4
    3B 4* Brett Lawrie 5 7 5
    SS 4.5* Alexi Ramirez 7 5 9
    OF 4.5* Starling Marte 7 4 9
    OF 4.5* Colby Rasmus 5 9 4
    OF 4.5* Carlos Beltran 5 8 3
    DH 4.5* Albert Pujols 6 9 4
    Sub 4* Jose Reyes 7 3 9
    Sub 3* David Wright 6 3 5
    Sub 2.5* Adam Rosales 3 5 4


    Ace 4* Tim Hudson 3 9 6
    SP2 4* Jason Hammel 6 7 6
    SP3 3* Charlie Morton 5 5 6
    SP4 2.5* Ricky Nolasco 4 8 3
    SP5 3.5* Bruce Chen 4 6 6

    LR 2* Vin Mazzaro 3 5 6
    RP1 3.5* Al Alburquerque 9 1 8
    RP2 3.5* Tony Sipp 9 1 8
    SU 4* Dany Farquar 9 4 8
    CL 4.5* Tyler Clippard 8 4 9

    Team name: zachmichel13
    PLAY ME GUYS! ;)
  • KaymoneyKaymoney New Member Registered Users 10 Posts
    Posting by batting order and rotation.

    1. Carl Crawford 7-3-9
    2. Jason Kipnis 5-3-9
    3. Freddie Freeman 8-5-2
    4. Yan Gomes 7-7-1
    5. Jonathan Lucroy 8-4-4
    6. Kyle Seager 6-8-5
    7. Jason Heyward 6-4-6
    8. Torii Hunter 7-5-4
    9. Jordy Mercer 6-4-3
    Sub Scott Van Slyke 4-8-4
    Sub George Springer 3-9-5
    Sub Jon Jay 8-2-5

    Ace Andrew Cashner 4-7-8
    SP2 Tony Cingrani 8-2-8
    SP3 Hyun-Jin Ryu 6-9-6
    SP4 Mike Leake 4-8-6
    SP5 Gerrit Cole 6-6-6

    LR Craig Stammen 6-7-7
    RP1 Trevor Rosenthal 9-3-8
    RP2 Joakim Soria 9-6-7
    SM Francisco Rodriguez 8-6-8
    CL Luke Gregorson 6-7-9

    No cash spent, gotten lucky on a couple draft picks and watched lots of free gold vids to snag Crawford, Freeman and Heyward. Latest pickup is Ryu, who is 4-1 with a 2.51 ERA so far, and Torii Hunter, who is .310 in 11 games with 2 bombs and 8 RBI.

    I could use a second baseman and shortstop, but Kipnis (.281 BA, 2 HR, 29 RBI) and Mercer (.316 BA, 3 HR, 19 RBI) are performing, and I am content for now. Could really use a lefty reliever but my bullpen has been ferocious. Can't recall the last time they blew a lead for me, they have been completely lock down for me. Home runs seem a bit too few and far between, but my entire lineup is hitting .270 or better. Gotta be averaging at least 5 or 6 runs a game since I have had this exact lineup.

    Top performers: Lucroy (.364 BA, 11 HR, 79 RBI in 477 AB), Gomes (.331 BA, 16 HR, 58 RBI in 342 AB), Cingrani (16-3, 1.86 ERA), and Rosenthal (3-0, 0.92 ERA).

    Currently 133-59, on a 12 game win streak.
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Kaymoney:

    Your team looks very solid. One suggestion I would make is to put John Jay as a starter in the outfield instead of Jason Heyward. They are both lefties, so that's a wash, but there is a big difference between a hitter with an 8 rating vs a 6, probably .50 in batting average. If Heyward is batting around .275 to .290, expect Jay to bat in the .320 to .345 range (depending on your upgrades).
  • KaymoneyKaymoney New Member Registered Users 10 Posts
    Lawman, I have strongly considered doing this. Heyward is finally starting to cool down after being one of my most clutch bats over the last couple weeks (has 60 RBI in 63 games, batting .311) this is the move that I have been considering for a little while, and now that I have another person telling me I should, I'm gonna put him in for a week or so and see how it goes.
  • bizzlebizzle Junior Member Registered Users 75 Posts
    ~Lawman~ wrote: »
    Kaymoney:

    Your team looks very solid. One suggestion I would make is to put John Jay as a starter in the outfield instead of Jason Heyward. They are both lefties, so that's a wash, but there is a big difference between a hitter with an 8 rating vs a 6, probably .50 in batting average. If Heyward is batting around .275 to .290, expect Jay to bat in the .320 to .345 range (depending on your upgrades).
    I second this. I know stats are hard to compare but Jay hit .390+ for me as a starter, albeit with minimal power. The difference between a 6 contact and an 8 contact is huge!
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Kaymoney, I think if you give Jay a chance, he will be a very good addition to your lineup. Good luck with your team.
  • KaymoneyKaymoney New Member Registered Users 10 Posts
    I appreciate it guys. Still early on but I have 5 games in progress with Jay replacing Heyward in the outfield. He is currently 4-13, 2 of those 4 hits being RBI dubs, and 1 walk. If he stays at a good pace, I have no reason to place Heyward back in the lineup.
  • SurfinZapdosSurfinZapdos Experienced Member Registered Users 152 Posts
    C Lucroy 4.5* 8 4 4
    1B Freeman 4.5* 8 5 3
    2B Murphy 4.5* 8 3 6
    3B Arenado 4.5* 7 6 3
    SS Reyes 4* 7 3 9
    OF Harrison 5* 9 5 8
    OF Blackmon 4.5* 7 5 9
    OF Yelich 4.5* 8 3 7
    Of Span 4* 8 1 9

    Sub Sandoval 4* 7 5 2
    Sub Molina 4.5* 8 4 2
    Sub Crawford 4* 7 3 9

    I know my lineup is lefty strong, but I crush with lefties. I also love the contact and speed. Span 374 yelich 376 Murphy 378 Freeman 363 blackmon 330. My righties are great too. Harrison 370 arenado 330 Lucroy 380 and Reyes at 338.

    Ace degrom 5* 7 6 8
    SP Cashner 4.5* 4 7 8
    SP Fister 4.5* 3 9 7
    SP Lynn 4* 6 4 7
    SP McHugh 4.5* 6 7 7

    Lynn has been a great surprise. All eras are under 4. Fister has the highest with 3.69

    RP Watson 5* 6 9 9
    RP Casilla 3.5* 5 3 9
    RP Boxberger 4.5* 9 3 9
    RP Smith 4.5* 6 6 9
    CL Street 4.5* 6 7 9

    Casilla has been a beast. 2.4 era in over 100IP. Watson has the highest at 2.97

    My upgrades are only at 6 right now. After I get more 5* players I will work on upgrades!
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Very nice Surfin, you have a great all around team! No weaknesses I can see. Have you ever tried Sandoval at 3rd in place of Arenado? Ratings are very similar, but Sandoval is is a switch hitter. Neither is a base stealing threat, and 5-6 power is fairly close. Each is a 7, but like I said you can probably add at least .25 if not a bit more in average with the Panda.
  • SurfinZapdosSurfinZapdos Experienced Member Registered Users 152 Posts
    hey Lawman, I actually had Sandoval at starting DH for a very long time. I love that he's a switch hitter! But recently his avg and slugging have been dropping. Hitting 348 which is about 18 points higher than arenado, but arenado is slugging nearly 60 points better. And it is nice having a switch hitter come off the bench! If arenado starts doing worse if course Sandoval will go back in! Thanks for the input!
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    No problem. Slugging over 60 points higher is more than I expected. It's always good to have options!
  • MetropolitansMetropolitans New Member Registered Users, Member 23 Posts
    C Lucroy 4.5* 8 4 4
    1B Freeman 4.5* 8 5 3
    2B Kendrick 4* 8 2 6
    3B Rendon 4.5* 7 6 6
    SS Reyes 4* 7 3 9
    OF Trout 5* 8 9 6
    OF Span 4* 8 1 9
    OF Jay 4* 8 2 5
    DH Loney 4* 8 3 2

    SUB Sandoval 4* 7 5 1
    SUB Crawford 4* 7 3 9
    SUB Cain 4* 7 2 9

    Ace Strasburg 5* 8 9 7
    Sp2 Wacha 4.5* 6 6 8
    Sp3 Hamels 5* 7 6 8
    Sp4 Cingrani 4* 8 2 8
    Sp5 Liriano 4* 8 2 7

    LONG Estrada 4* 6 8 7
    rp1 Cotts 4* 8 5 8
    rp2 Farquhar 4* 9 4 8
    sm Tazawa 4* 7 8 7
    cl Fien 4* 7 9 6

    My weakness is obviously relief pitching. I've just had no luck there. I do have other guys like Chapman 9 1 9, Rosenthal 9 3 8 and so on, but nobody above 4 stars. Not sure if those would fit in better in my lineup. It seems like Rosenthal was getting killed as my closer, especially against legends. This lineup has treated me well though. I just got to game 7 against Legends and lost. It was as close as I have gotten so far. If you want to play, my team name is Fockified.
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Metropolitans:

    I like your team! I don't think your relievers are weak at all. I would put Rosenthal in Cotts place (I have all right handed relievers) and make Farquhar my closer and switch him with Fien. Maybe Rosenthal as a set up guy might work better for you. I like Farquhar a lot, and think he is pretty tough to hit.
  • eyefisheyefish New Member Registered Users 15 Posts
    C meseracco 4.5* 6 9 2
    1b Votto 4* 7 5 2
    2B Kendrick 4* 8 2 6
    3B Arenado 4.5* 7 6 3
    ss Castro 4* 7 4 4
    OF Gordon 4.5* 6 7 5
    of crawford 4* 7 3 9
    of pollock 4.5* 7 4 8
    dh Jay 4* 8 2 5
    subs
    sandoval 4* 7 5 1
    Leonys Martin 4* 7 3 9
    Perralta 4* 6 7 3

    Pitchers
    Arrieata 4.5* 7 4 8
    Gio Gonzalez 4* 7 4 7
    Hammel 4* 6 7 6
    Peavy 3.5* 5 6 6
    Hutchinson 3.5* 6 5 6

    Pen
    estrada (lr) 4* 6 8 7
    Leone(sr)4* 8 3 9
    Farquar(sr)4* 9 4 8
    Frank Rod(sr)4.5* 8 6 8
    McGee(cl) 4.5* 9 6 8

    What do you think...starters need some work but I can't seem to draft any starters. No 5* players at all actually
  • SurfinZapdosSurfinZapdos Experienced Member Registered Users 152 Posts
    Hey eyefish, how has Crawford and Gordon performed for you? I would consider putting Martin in for Gordon. I know the power is 4 less, but he has a 7 for hitting and 9 for speed! You can never have too much speed!
  • eyefisheyefish New Member Registered Users 15 Posts
    Gordon has been ok. and I just put crawford in the starting lineup. had martin in there for a long time. Problem for me is they both hit left handed with exactly the same stats plus i have raji davis as inactive again with the same stats he is how ever right handed.
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Eyefish, what I like about your starters is that with the exception of Gio Gonzalez they're all right handed. That is good for when you face Legends and teams with dominant right handed hitters. I also like your rotation order. As I've pointed out on this thread, I personally believe it's better to have right handed relievers. I would make F. Rodriguez my closer and have Leone as the set up man for him. Put McGee in Leone's slot. Getting 5 star players is either great luck or $$$.
  • eyefisheyefish New Member Registered Users 15 Posts
    lawman,
    reason for the change up in relievers is cause mcgee is a lefty?
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Without a doubt Eyefish. Unless there is a great disparity in rating, a right hander will fare better in this game. Obviously if a team has a stacked left handed lineup would be an exception.
  • SurfinZapdosSurfinZapdos Experienced Member Registered Users 152 Posts
    Hey guys, I started a new team on my old device. Let me know what you think. I Just got to all star and I'm 43-12.

    C Pierzyski 3.5* 6 4 2
    1B Santana 4* 4 9 3
    2B Phillips 3* 5 4 4
    3B Sandoval 4* 7 5 1
    SS Mercer 3.5* 6 4 3
    OF Viciedo 4* 4 9 1
    OF Aoki 3.5* 7 1 7
    OF Crisp 4* 5 5 8
    DH Young 4* 6 5 2

    Sub Fielder 3* 5 5 2
    Sub Young 3* 2 8 8
    Sub Johnson 3* 3 7 5

    My whole team is mashing. Pierzyski 365
    Phillips 374 Sandoval 384 mercer 373 Aoki 381 young 444. Crisp isn't doing too hot at 239 and Viciedo is at 229 but slugging 600. Santana has been an absolute monster. 355 and slugging 793 in 55 games. 26 Hrs with a 7.8HR per AB. That's insane!!!

    My rotation is decent

    Ace Arrieta 4.5* 7 4 8
    SP Hughes 4* 6 9 5
    SP Oberholtzer 3.5* 3 9 5
    SP Hutchison 3.5* 6 5 6
    SP Collmenter 3.5* 4 7 6

    RP Freeman 2.5* 6 1 8
    RP Hagadone 2* 7 1 6
    RP Crow 1.5* 4 2 6
    RP Kelley 2.5* 9 3 6
    CL Rosenthal 4* 9 3 8

    My team is not nearly as good as my real team when I was at allstar level. The game seems to be getting more skimpy on giving out high star players. The only reason why my players are all hitting so well is my months of experience. I expect avgs to drop when k see higher upgrades and better pitchers.
  • ~Lawman~~Lawman~ Experienced Member Registered Users 370 Posts
    Hard not to be impressed with a 43-12 record! Great job.
  • SurfinZapdosSurfinZapdos Experienced Member Registered Users 152 Posts
    ~Lawman~ wrote: »
    Hard not to be impressed with a 43-12 record! Great job.

    Thank you sir!
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