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nvot9
06-21-2007, 09:28 PM
With 16 teams, it's all gunna get cluttered, so I'm organizing it a bit. We've got a discussion and selection thread, this will be where you post all your team information, pictures, roster etc.

nvot9
06-21-2007, 09:29 PM
The Bronx Burglars

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"Stealin games more than we steal hamburgers."


COACHING STAFF:
Manager -
Hitting Coach -
Pitching Coach -

STARTING ROTATION:
1) LHP C.C. Sabathia
2) RHP Chris Carpenter
3) RHP John Maine
4) LHP Barry Zito
5) RHP John Smoltz

BULLPEN:
RP) Akinoro Otsuka
RP) Pat Neshek
CL) JJ Putz

LINEUP:
1) CF Ichiro Suzuki
2) SS Derek Jeter
3) LF Michael Cuddyer
4) 1B Prince Fielder
5) RF Jeff Francoeur
6) 3B Mike Lowell
7) C Ronny Paulino
8) 2B Dustin Pedroia
9) LHP C.C. Sabathia

BENCH:
1) C Kurt Suzuki
2) OF Bobby Abreu
3) SS Orlando Cabrera
4) OF Johnny Damon

FARM SYSTEM:
- Hitters/Fielders
1) 3B Adam LaRoche
2) CF Colby Rasmus
3) OF Dexter Fowler
4) SS Elvis Andrus
5) OF Javier Herrera
- Pitchers:
1) RHP Rick Porcello
2) RHP Mike Pelfrey
3) LHP Donald Veal

REASON MY TEAM WILL DOMINATE (updated after each pick): The reason you ask? Well you simply need to look at my players to know the answer.

My dominant pitching staff might fly under the radar a bit, but when it's all said an done, as of right now, the only 2 teams that have a better combination of pitchers, is D-Unit and Jughead/Giantsfan. Sabathia, at an MLB leading 11-2 is a dominant power pitcher who racks up countless K's and has the most total wins of any player 26 or younger, in the MLB right now. Sabathia is also known to eat up innings, leading the MLB in innings pitched and complete games this year. Pair that with his mound presence, likability, the fact that he's a left, and ridiculously low ERA, and you've got a future Cy Young award winner on your hands. As for Charpenter, well he already won a Cy Young award, 2005 to be exact, and finished third in voting for another one last year. Despite an injury this year, Carpenter, the 32 year old with 6 good years ahead of him, is a prime example of a veteran pitcher who has gotten better with age. Carpenter, who has 5, count 'em 5 very usable pitches, throws a mid 90's fast ball and one of the best curve balls in all of baseball. My third pitcher, John Maine, is a 26 year old ace. Maine, who has shown he can win the huge games with pressure on, dominated in the playoffs last year for the Mets, and is doing even more this year. With an incredibly cool composure, Maine has exceptional control. The key to Maine's success? Well to be honest, he just flat out doesn't let anyone get on base. One of the toughest guys in the MLB to get a run against or even a hit, Maine will dominate for 10+ years in the MLB, and he's my fricken third pitcher....As you might be able to tell, I like my pitchers award winning and with low ERA's, so I picked up Barry Zito and John Smoltz to be my 4 and 5 guys. Zito, who's struggling a bit this year with the Giants (what pitcher doesn't though?) has proven that he's a tremendous winner and can keep a relatively low ERA. With a high strikeout rate, and a devastating curve ball, as a number 4 pitcher and as a left, Zito is a very valuable asset to this team. As for John Smoltz, yea, he's 40, but at the same time, yea, he does have 2-3 top notch years left in him. Smoltz, at 40, is still dominating the NL, posing a ridiculous ERA and win to loss ratio. Smoltz will add the veteran leadership and talent that the end of my rotation needs. And with JJ putz, one of the most dominant closers in the last two years, finishing the games off for me, I can honestly, sincerely say, that I have one of the most complete, well-rounded, and talented rotations out there and am confident that they will win me games.

As far as hitting goes, well I've got a top 5 hitter in the MLB, on my team, and he's only what, 23? Prince Fielder is getting national recognition, and fast. Fielder is the leading candidate for the NL MVP award this year and is on pace to smash over 50 home runs, it's hard to believe that it was just last year that he was snubbed for rookie of the year honors. Fielder, a home run, RBI, run scoring machine, who can also hit for average very well and play the field well, is an all around monster of a player and a perfect one to build your team around. Did I mention he's 23? Now, if that's not enough, I have baseball's second best lead-off hitter on my tea, Ichiro Suzuki. Ichiro, who dominated MLB pitchers the minute he came to America is already 33, but showing no signs of letting up, and in fact getting better with age, Ichiro can give me 3-5 top notch years left, and is a sure thing for 35+ SB's, with 110+ runs and batting above .320 in each of those years, and those numbers would be low for him. Ichiro has made the all-star game every year since coming to America, and I almost forgot, he has a fricken cannon for an arm and has also won something called a Gold Glove award....every year of his career, America and Japan. Behind him, I have one of the best #2 hitters in all of baseball, and one of the best shortstops in the last decade in Derek Jeter. Jeter is as close to a 5-tool player as it gets. He is a hit machine and a gold-glove winning fielder, not to mention he is good for 110+ runs (amongst the top in the MLB) and 20+ steals every year. Plus, his intangibles are off the chart, and that's something that every team needs. Speaking of exquisite fielders, Jeff Franceour also has a cannon arm, and also is amongst the best fielding RF's in the game. Yea, he's also only 23. Francoeur, who crushed 29 homers and over 100 RBI's in his first full season last year, and who batted .300 in his rookie year (first 70 games of his career) has proven that he's the future of such a great franchise as the Braves, so to have him on my team is amazing. The 23 year old slugger has proven he can hit and field, and has 35 HR+ 120 RBI + potential in him. That makes him the ideal 5th hitter on ANY team. I also have Michael Cuddyer, who for what it's worth is a very complete hitter. At age 28, Cuddyer can do it all hitting, he can hit for power, for average, he can drive in runs, he can score his own runs, he can steal a base if need be. Being so complete at the plate, I'm very excited to have him hit third for me, in what is such a crucial spot in the line-up. There's also Dustin Pedroia, one of the best fielders at his position in the game (yea, he's only 23) and he's holding a smoking hot bat right now. Pedroia has a relentless ability to get on base, and that proves him to be a lethal component to my batting order. With his speed not up to par with that of Ichiro, I'm not gunna make him my number 1 hitter for the time being, but to have someone of his stature, who can deliver a clutch hit and get on base at all costs, and do that better than most, well he provides a crucial aspect to my order, making the transition from the bottom back to the top again so much easier and quicker.

That's why I will dominate..

art vandelay
06-21-2007, 09:29 PM
Syracuse Nationals

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MLB

Coaching Staff:
Manager -
Hitting Coach -
Pitching Coach -

Starting Rotation:
1) RHP Chris Young
2) RHP Daisuke Matsuzaka
3) LHP Randy Johnson
4) RHP James Shields
5) LHP Jacob McGee

Bullpen:
RP) RHP Rafael Soriano
RP) LHP Rafael Perez
CL) Adam Wainwright

Starting Lineup:
1) CF Grady Sizemore
2) SS Miguel Tejada
3) 1B James Loney
4) RF Vladimir Guerrero
5) LF Mark Teahen
6) 2B Jose Lopez
7) C Jarrod Saltalamacchia
8) 3B Mark Reynolds
9) Pitcher

Bench:
1) OF Bill Hall
2) INF Nick Punto
3)
4)
5)
6)

Farm System

Hitters:
1) OF Chris Parmelee
2) SS Asdrubal Cabrera
3)
4)
5)

Pitchers:
1) RHP Carlos Martinez
2) RHP Dellin Betances
3) LHP Chuck Lofgren

Smokey Joe
06-21-2007, 09:30 PM
The Anchorage Avalanche
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*located in Anchorage, Alaska!

COACHING STAFF:
Manager -
Hitting Coach -
Pitching Coach -

STARTING ROTATION:
1.) Jon Garland, RHSP
2.) Mark Buehrle, LHSP
3.) Matt Cain, RHSP
4.) Andrew Miller, LHSP
5.) Chad Billingsley, RHSP

BULLPEN:
CL.) Billy Wagner
RP.) Joe Smith
RP.) Zach Grienke

LINEUP:
1.) Jacoby Ellsbury, LF
2.) Edgar Renteria, SS
3.) Miguel Cabrera, 3B
4.) Paul Konerko, 1B
5.) Gary Matthews, CF
6.) Russel Martin, C
7.) Pat Burrell, DH
8.) Travis Buck, RF
9.) Howie Kendrick, 2B

BENCH:
1.) Melvin Mora, UTL
2.) Yunel Escobar, INF
3.) Andre Ethier, OF

FARM SYSTEM:
*Position Players/Hitters:
1.) Ryan Sweeney, OF
2.) Adam Jones, OF
3.) Matt Antonelli, 2B
4.) Chris Carter, 1B
5.) Brian Bixler, SS
*Pitchers:
6.) Clay Buchholz, RHSP
7.) Brandon Morrow, RHSP
8.) Jack Egbert, RHSP

DRAFT RESULTS:
Round 1: Miguel Cabrera, 3B
Round 2: Russell Martin, C
Round 3: Matt Cain, RHSP
Round 4: Chad Billingsley, RHSP
Round 5: Andrew Miller, LHSP
Round 6: Jon Garland, RHSP
Round 7: Mark Buehrle, LHSP
Rond 8: Paul Konerko, 1B
Round 9: Howie Kendrick, 2B
Round 10: Edgar Renteria, SS
Round 11: Jacoby Ellsbury, OF
Round 12: Clay Buchholz, RHSP
Round 13: Billy Wagner, LHCL
Round 14: Travis Buck, OF
Round 15: Adam Jones, OF
Round 16: Joe Smith, RHRP
Round 17: Ryan Sweeney, OF
Round 18: Zach Grienke, RHP
Round 19: Melvin Mora, UTL
Round 20: Pat Burrell: OF/DH
Round 21: Gary Matthews, OF
Round 22: Brandon Morrow, RHP
Round 23: Yunel Escobar, INF
Round 24: Andre Ethier, OF
Round 25: Jack Egbert, RHSP
Round 26: Chris Carter, 1B
Round 27: Matt Antonelli, 2B
Round 28: Brian Bixler, SS

scottyboy
06-21-2007, 09:33 PM
Jersey Generals (AL)

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team slogan: "We pump our fists, not our gas"


Rotation
1. Johan Santana(LHP)
2. Brandon Webb (RHP)
3. Chien-Ming Wang (RHP)
4. Rich Harden (RHP)
5. Andy Pettitte(LHP

B-pen
1. Scott Proctor RHP
2. Damaso Marte LHP
3. Mariano Rivera, CL

Lineup(order subject to change)
1. David Dejesus RF
2. Ryan Freel CF
3. Derrek Lee 1B
4. Carlos Pena DH
5. Jorge Posada C
6. Eric Chavez 3B
7. Jhonny Peralta SS
8. Robinson Cano 2B
9. Melky Cabrera LF
Bench
1. OF/DH Jonny Gomes
2. C Miguel Olivo
3. Utility Freddy Sanchez

Prospects:
Rotation
1. SP Ian Kennedy(RHP)
2. Edwar Ramirez(RHP)
3. Jarrod Parker(RHP)

Hitters
1. Todd Frazier, beast, Rutgers
2. Matt Wieters, C
3. Craig Brazell 1B OF
4. OF Tony Gwynn Jr. OF
5. Austin Jackson OF

Manager:
Hitting Coach:
Pitching Coach:

ATLDirtyBirds
06-21-2007, 09:37 PM
The Brooklyn Blackout


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Rotation
1) LHP Francisco Liriano
2) LHP Oliver Perez
3) RHP Tim Hudson
4) RHP Livan Hernandez
5) RHP Adam Miller

Bullpen
1) CL Chad Cordero
2) SU Tony Pena
3) SU Pedro Feliciano


Lineup
1) SS Jose Reyes
2) 2B B.J. Upton
3) 3B Aramis Ramirez
4) RF Ken Griffey Jr.
5) LF Gary Sheffield
6) CF Andruw Jones
7) 1B Todd Helton
8) C Bengie Molina
9) Pitcher's Spot

Bench
1) OF Jack Cust
2) 2B Luis Castillo
3) C Jose Molina
4) OF Michael Bourn




Minor League

Hitters
1) RF Fernando Martinez
2) LF Jay Bruce
3) 3B/SS Pedro Alvarez
4) SS/2B Jemile Weeks
5) C Francisco Pena

Pitchers
1) RHP Jeremy Jeffress
2) RHP Chris Volstad
3) LHP Ross Detwiler

fenikz
06-21-2007, 10:20 PM
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Starting Line Up
1. CF Willy Taveras R
2. 2b Orlando Hudson S
3. 1b Albert Puljos R
4. C Victor Martinez S
5. DH Hank Blalock L
6. RF Delmon Young R
7. 3b Alex Gordon L
8. LF Rocco Baldelli R
9. SS Stephen Drew L

Bench
B Jeremy Hermida RF L
B Jason Kubel DH/LF L
B Josh Barfield 2B R

Starting Rotation
SP Fausto Carmona R
SP Joe Blanton R
SP Cliff Lee L
SP Anibal Sanchez R
P Jeremy Sowers L

Bullpen
RP Mike Gonzalez
RP Jonathan Broxton
CL Hideki Okajima

Minors

P Homer Bailey R
P Franklin Morales L
P Nick Adenhart R

H Hank Conger C S
H Brian Barton OF R
H Reid Brignac SS L
H Alexi Casilla 2b S
H Adam Lind LF L

Scorch
06-21-2007, 10:33 PM
Seoul Thunder
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Coaching Staff
Manager -
Hitting Coach -
Pitching Coach -

Batting Lineup
1. Rafael Furcal
2. Alexis Rios
3. Alfonso Soriano
4. Lance Berkman
5. David Wright
6. Torii Hunter
7. Brandon Phillips
8. Ivan Rodriguez
9. Pitcher

Fielding:
C - Ivan Rodriguez
1B - Lance Berkman
2B - Brandon Phillips
3B - David Wright
SS - Rafael Furcal
LF - Alfonso Soriano
CF - Torii Hunter
RF - Alexis Rios

Bench Players
1. 2B Alberto Callaspo
2. CF Juan Pierre
3. 1B Carlos Delgado
4. C Chris Ianetta

Starting Rotation
1. Cole Hamels
2. Jered Weaver
3. Aaron Harang
4. Derek Lowe
5. Matt Garza

The Bullpen
RP - Joakim Soria
RP - Scot Shields
CL - Francisco Cordero

----------------------
Farm System

Batters
1. LF Jose Tabata
2. CF Andrew McCutchen
3. 1B Daric Barton
4. SS Ivan DeJesus Jr.
5. 3B Eric Campbell

Pitchers
1. LHP Clayton Kershaw
2. LHP Troy Patton
3. RHP Greg Reynolds


In the next five years, my lineup will be driving in the most runs in the league. In Rafael Furcal, I have a true leadoff hitter who will get on base and provide the speed. Batting second, I have the five-tool right fielder Alex Rios who is only 26 years old. This year, he is having a breakout season, outperforming his teammate Vernon Wells.

princefielder28
06-22-2007, 09:20 AM
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Roster
OF Matt Holliday (.354 13 HR 60 RBI)
SP Yovani Gallardo (1-0 2.70 ERA)
1B/DH Adrian Gonzalez (.286 14 HR 51 RBI)
SP Dontrelle Willis (7-6 4.90 ERA)
1B Casey Kotchman
OF Adam Dunn
RP Jose Valverde
2B Rickie Weeks
3B Andres Blanco
SP Zach Duke
C Dioner Navarro
2B Aaron Hill
SS Yuniesky Bentancourt
SP Chad Gaudin
3B Edwin Encarnacion
C Jeff Mathis
RP Todd Coffey
OF Delwyn Young
SP Dana Eveland
OF Alex Romero
OF Nate Schierholtz
SS Kevin Aherns
3B Matthew Dominguez

Eaglez.Fan
06-22-2007, 10:58 AM
THE OTTAWA BULLETS

Starting Pitchers-
1. Carlos Zambrano
2. Gil Meche
3. Chris Capuano
4. Tim Lincecum
5. Adam Loewen

Bull Pen-
1. BJ Ryan
2. Eric Gagne
3. Trevor Hoffman
4. Casey Jansen

Batting Order-
1. Nick Swisher
2. Hunter Pence
3. David Ortiz
4. Travis Hafner
5. Jermaine Dye
6. Jeff Kent
7. Casey Blake
8. Troy Tulowitzki
9. Mike Napoli

Bench-

1. Felipe Lopez SS/2nd Base
2. Hideki Matsui OF
3. Carlos Ruiz C
4. Elijah Dukes OF
5. Wilson Betemit INF


Defensive Allignment-

C- Mike Napoli
1B- Travis Hafner
2B- Jeff Kent
SS- Troy Tulowitzki
3B- Casey Blake
LF- Nick Swisher
CF- Hunter Pence
RF-Jermaine Dye

Minor League-

Pitchers-
1. David Price SP
2. Daniel Moskos CL
3. Casey Weathers CL/RP

Hitters-
1. Evan Longoria 3B
2. Cameron Maybin OF
3. Sean Rodriguez 2nd base/SS
4. Beau Mills 1B
5. Jason Heyward OF

D-Unit
06-22-2007, 09:52 PM
Tokyo Black Sox

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Rotation
1. Jake Peavy
2. Roy Oswalt
3. AJ Burnett
4. Bartolo Colon
5. Javier Vazquez

B-pen
1. Bobby Jenks
2. Chris Ray
3. Angel Guzman


Lineup
1. Kevin Youkilis
2. Ian Kinsler
3. JJ Hardy
4. Carlos Lee
5. Ryan Braun
6. Josh Hamilton
7. Carlos Quentin
8. Josh Willingham
9. Pitcher


Depth Chart
C Josh Willingham
1B Kevin Youkilis
2B Ian Kinsler
SS JJ Hardy
3B Ryan Braun
LF Carlos Lee
CF Josh Hamilton
RF Carlos Quentin


Bench
1. 1B/OF Chris Duncan
2. OF Joey Gathright
3. OF Juan Rivera
4. 1B/OF Xavier Nady
5. 2B/SS Ryan Theriot
6. 1B Nick Johnson



Minor League

Hitters
1. Justin Upton
2. Lastings Milledge
3. Trevor Crowe
4. Fred Lewis
5. Joel Guzman

Pitchers
1. LHP Jon Lester
2. RHP Eric Hurley
3. RHP Phillippe Aumont

Scotty D
06-22-2007, 11:51 PM
Detroit Tigers

Positional Players

Carl Crawford, LF
Cory Hart, RF
Akinori Iwamura, 3B
Aaron Rowand, CF
Mark Teixeira, 1B
Dan Uggla, 2B
Michael Young, SS


Starting rotation

1.Justin Verlander
2.Erik Bedard
3.Chuck James
4.Noah Lowry
5.Micah Owings

Bullpen

CL - Frankie Rodriguez

M.O.T.H.
06-23-2007, 07:11 PM
The Beijing Hungry Pandas

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"We're hungry, for a championship!"
COACHING STAFF:
Manager -
Hitting Coach -
Pitching Coach -

STARTING ROTATION:
1) RHP Josh Beckett
2) RHP Brad Penny
3) RHP Josh Johnson
4) LHP John Danks
5) RHP Kevin Slowey

BULLPEN:
RP) Cla Merideth
RP) Carlos Villanueva
CL) Jason Isringhausen

LINEUP:
1.) SS Jimmy Rollins
2.) 2B Chone Figgins
3.) 3B Chipper Jones
4.) 1B Justin Morneua
5.) CF Vernon Wells
6.) C Brian Mccann
7.) RF Brad Hawpe
8.) LF Matt Kemp
9.) pitcher

BENCH:
1) 3B, Brandon Wood
2) 1B, Adam Laroche
3) OF, Omar Infante
4) C, Eliezer Alfonzo

FARM SYSTEM:
- Hitters/Fielders
1) OF Carlos Gonzalez
2) 3B Neil Walker
3) SS Brent Lillibridge
4) OF/UTL, Brandon Jones
5) C, Francisco Hernandez
- Pitchers:
1) LHP Scott Elbert
2) RHP Daniel Bard
3) LHP Matt Harrison

Jughead10
06-25-2007, 07:35 AM
The New Jersey Informants

Roster:

Rotation:
1. RHP Dan Haren
2. LHP Scott Kazmir
3. RHP Ben Sheets
4. LHP Tom Gorzelanny
5. RHP Boof Bonser

Bullpen:
RP1: RHP Matt Capps
RP2: LHP Jonathan Sanchez
CL: RHP Joe Nathan

Batting Order:
1. SS Hanley Ramirez
2. CF Curtis Granderson
3. RF Nick Markakis
4. LF Magglio Ordonez
5. 3B Ryan Zimmerman
6. 1B Conor Jackson
7. 2B Placido Polanco
8. C Paul LoDuca
9. Pitcher

Bench
1. C Kelly Shoppach
2. OF Endy Chavez
3.
4.

Minor Leagues:
1. RHP Joba Chamberlain
2. RHP Deolis Guerra
3. 3B Josh Fields
4. OF/1B Matt LaPorta
5.
6.
7.
8.

Philliez01
06-25-2007, 08:14 PM
Philliez01 & Jensen's Co-Ownership, LLC

Name is coming soon!

STARTING ROTATION:

1) Jeremy Bonderman
2) Rich Hill
3) Kelvim Escobar
4) Philip Hughes
5) Kason Gabbard

Bullpen:

1) Rafael Betancourt
2)
Closer) Brett Myers

Lineup:

1) Brian Roberts (2B)
2) Reggie Willits (CF)
3)-Jason Bay (LF)
4)-Alex Rodriguez (3B)
5)-Troy Glaus (DH)
6)-Ryan Garko (1B)
7)-Carlos Gomez (RF)
8-Miguel Montero (C)
9)-Brendan Harris (SS)

BENCH:

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

MINOR LEAGUE SYSTEM:

HITTERS:

1) Tony Abreu
2) Adrian Cardenas
3) Mike Moustakas
4)
5)

PITCHERS

1) Carlos Carrasco
2) Luke Hochevar
3) Humberto Sanchez

DRAFT RESULTS:

1-Alex Rodriguez
2-Philip Hughes
3-Jeremy Bonderman
4-Reggie Willits
5-Rich Hill
6-Jason Bay
7-Brian Roberts
8-Brett Myers
9-Carlos Gomez
10-Brendan Harris
11-Kelvim Escobar
12-Troy Glaus
13-Ryan Garko
14-Miguel Montero
15-Carlos Carrasco
16-Kason Gabbord
17-Rafeal Betancourt
18-Luke Hochevar
19-Tony Abreu
20-Humberto Sanchez
21-Mike Moustakas
22-Adrian Cardenas

bsaza2358
06-26-2007, 11:01 AM
The Las Vegas Unholy Alliance

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Co-owned by Jay and Bsaza2358

Roster:

Rotation:
1. John Lackey, RHP
2. Ian Snell, RHP
3. Ervin Santana, RHP
4. Scott Olsen, LHP
5.

Bullpen:
RP1:
RP2:
CL: Jonathan Papelbon

Fielding:
C: Joe Mauer
1B:
2B: Chase Utley
3B:
SS: Carlos Guillen
LF: Manny Ramirez
CF: Carlos Beltran
RF: Shane Victorino

Bench/Utility:
1) Billy Butler
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

Batting Order:
1) Shane Victorino
2) Carlos Beltran
3) Chase Utley
4) Manny Ramirez
5) Carlos Guillen
6) Joe Mauer
7) Billy Butler

9)

Minor Leagues:

Hitters:

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

Pitchers:
1)
2)
3)

BigDawg819
06-29-2007, 12:10 PM
Warsaw Screaming Eagles

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Roster:


Pitching:

Starters:

1. Roy Halladay
2. Felix Hernandez
3. Jeremy Guthrie
4. Jason Marquis
5. Jeff Francis


Relievers:

1. Takashi Saito
2. Jeremy Accardo


Closer:

1. Huston Street


Batting:


Infielders:

1st Ryan Howard
2nd Kelly Johnson
3rd Garrett Atkins
SS Khalil Greene
C Yadier Molina



Outfielders:


CF Felix Pie
LF Eric Byrnes
RF Chris Young


Bench:

IF Jason Barlett
C George Kottaras
OF Corey Patterson


Minors


Hitters:

OF Rick Ankiel
3B Billy Rowell
SS Asdrubal Cabrera
LF Kory Casto
1B Chip Cannon


Pitchers:

SP Garrett Olson
SP Brandon Erbe
SP Gavin Floyd