MLB Draft Rosters

Fish on The Sand
12-23-2004, 02:22 AM
Indians


SP: Clemens
SP: Sheets
SP: Westbrook
SP: Miller
SP: Lowry

LF: Ford
CF: Crisp
RF: Abreu

3B: Ramirez
SS: Rollins
2B:
1B: Broussard
C: Martinez
DH: Pronk

Bullpen:

Mesa
Brazoban
Kline

as of now my lineup looks like this

Rollins
Crisp
Abreu
Martinez
Pronk
Ramirez
Broussard
Ford
_

Ironchef Chris Wok*
12-23-2004, 02:25 AM
Red Sox:

SP: Johan Santana
SP: Rich Harden
SP: Odalis Perez
SP: Brad Penny
SP:

RF: Mike Cameron
CF: Johnny Damon
LF: Jim Edmonds

1B/DH: Todd Helton
2B: Mark Loretta
SS: Rafael Furcal
3B: Mike Lowell
C:
DH: Adam Dunn


RP: BJ Ryan
RP: Scott Linebrink
RP: Joe Nathan.

Damon
Loretta
Helton
Edmonds
Lowell
Dunn
Cameron
_
Furcal

Tuggy
12-23-2004, 02:44 AM
Athletics:

SP: Colon
SP: Willis
SP: Escobar
SP: Leiter
SP: Bush

LF: Matsui
CF: Berkman
RF: J. Guillen

DH: B.Boone
1B: Pujols
2B: Uribe
SS: Crosby
3B: Chavez
C: Lieberthal

RP: Tavarez
SU: Julio
CL: Hoffman

Batting Lineup:

1. Uribe
2. Boone
3. Chavez
4. Pujols
5. Berkman
6. Matsui
7. Guillen
8. Crosby
9. Lieberthal

IkeaMonkey*
12-23-2004, 11:16 AM
Reminder...

The 3 OF spots are generic. There is a DH.


Cardinals

C:Joe Mauer
1B: Derrek Lee
2B:Alfonso Soriano
3B:Alex Rodriguez
SS:Kazuo Matsui
OF:Magglio Ordonez
OF:Corey Patterson
OF:Randy Winn
DH:Jeromy Burnitz


SP:Barry Zito
SP:Matt Morris
SP:Javier Vazquez
SP:Russ Ortiz
SP:Zack Greinke


RP:Octavio Dotel
RP:Joe Borowski
RP:Ray King

Partial Lineup...

1.Corey Patterson
2.Alfonso Soriano
3.Magglio Ordonez
4.Alex Rodriguez
5.Derrek Lee
6.Jeromy Burnitz
7.Randy Winn
8.Kazuo Matsui
9.Joe Mauer

Winger98
12-23-2004, 12:33 PM
Tigers

C: Javy Lopez
1B: Brad Wilkerson
2B: Luis Castillo
3B: Bill Mueller
SS: Carlos Guillen
OF: JD Drew
OF: Juan Pierre
OF: Gary Sheffield
DH: Dmitri Young


SP: Randy Johnson
SP: Curt Schilling
SP: Brad Radke
SP: John Smoltz
SP: Mike Maroth

RP: Mariano Rivera
RP: LaTroy Hawkins
RP:

1. Pierre
2. Castillo
3. Sheffield
4. Drew
5. Young
6. Lopez
7. Guillen
8. Mueller
9. Wilkerson

Roughneck
12-23-2004, 01:44 PM
Expos:

SP: Kerry Wood
SP: Josh Beckett
SP: Eric Milton
SP: Jeremy Bonderman
SP: Jeff Suppan

RP: Keith Foulke
RP: Dan Kolb
RP: Chris Reitsma

1B: Richie Sexon
2B: Orlando Hudson
SS: Jack Wilson
3B: Scott Rolen
OF: Vernon Wells
OF: Craig Wilson
OF: Sammy Sosa
C: Jason Varitek
DH: Casey Blake

BAuldie
12-24-2004, 01:41 AM
Mariners:

SP: Jason Schmidt
SP: Jake Peavy
SP: Chris Carpenter
SP: David Wells
SP: Jaret Wright

OF: Melvin Mora
OF: Aaron Rowand
OF:

1B: Carlos Delgado
2B:
SS:
3B: Adrian Beltre
C: Jason Kendall
DH: Sean Casey

RP: Armando Benitez
RP: Tom Gordon
RP:

Gibsons Finest
12-24-2004, 02:01 AM
Anaheim Angels


Defensive Lineup + Batting Order


1.2B: Chone Figgins
2.SS: Orlando Cabrera
3.LF: Manny Ramirez
4.DH: David Ortiz
5.CF: Ken Griffey Jr.
6.3B: Troy Glaus
7.RF: Luis Gonzalez
8.C: Bengie Molina
9.1B: Justin Morneau



Pitching Rotation

SP: Pedro Martinez
SP: Andy Pettite
SP: Livan Hernandez
SP: Jarrod Washburn
SP: Scott Kazmir


Bullpen

CL: Francisco Rodriguez
SU: Ugueth Urbina
RP: Paul Quantrill

Fish on The Sand
12-24-2004, 02:09 AM
3B: Adrian Beltran
that's gold on so many levels

Ironchef Chris Wok*
12-24-2004, 05:01 AM
I think the outfield spots should NOT be generic. If you don't draft center fielders and have 3 corner IFs, you SHOULD be penalized.

BAuldie
12-24-2004, 09:06 AM
that's gold on so many levels

good times.. thats what I get for doing it when i can't keep my eyes open

IkeaMonkey*
12-24-2004, 09:52 AM
I think the outfield spots should NOT be generic. If you don't draft center fielders and have 3 corner IFs, you SHOULD be penalized.

Well....I dont. ;)

Winger98
12-24-2004, 11:28 AM
I think the outfield spots should NOT be generic. If you don't draft center fielders and have 3 corner IFs, you SHOULD be penalized.

If there's a vote or anything in the end, though, I think people would take that into account when they judge. So even if someone chooses three corner guys, I don't think it will go unnoticed in the end.

On the same vein, I think some corner guys, like Ichiro, could adapt very well to center field.

monster_bertuzzi
12-24-2004, 02:45 PM
Nationals

SP: Mulder
SP: Pavano
SP: Clement
SP: Hampton
SP:

C: Rodriguez
1B: Green
2B: Vidro
3B: Koskie
SS: Renteria
OF: Guerrero
OF: A.Jones
OF: Stewart

Isringhausen
Baez

Jared Ramsden
12-24-2004, 04:25 PM
White Sox

SP: Oliver Perez
SP: Freddy Garcia
SP: Kris Benson
SP: A.J. Burnett
SP: Jerome Williams

RF: Jason Bay
CF: Torii Hunter
LF: Carl Crawford

1B: Mark Teixera
2B: Jose Reyes
SS: Michael Young
3B: David Wright
C: Johnny Estrada
DH: Miguel Cabrera

CL: Francisco Cordero
RP: Damaso Marte
RP:

Fish on The Sand
12-24-2004, 05:38 PM
If there's a vote or anything in the end, though, I think people would take that into account when they judge. So even if someone chooses three corner guys, I don't think it will go unnoticed in the end.

On the same vein, I think some corner guys, like Ichiro, could adapt very well to center field.
actually, Ichiro is a natural center fielder and is better there. The reason he plays right is because Cameron was there and Cameron was a good centerfielder but probably wouldn't be as good in right. Same thing with Winn. The 2001 all-star game saw 3 corner guys go in the al. Gonzalez, Ramirez and Ichiro. Ichiro played centerfield.

Ironchef Chris Wok*
12-26-2004, 01:04 AM
actually, Ichiro is a natural center fielder and is better there. The reason he plays right is because Cameron was there and Cameron was a good centerfielder but probably wouldn't be as good in right. Same thing with Winn. The 2001 all-star game saw 3 corner guys go in the al. Gonzalez, Ramirez and Ichiro. Ichiro played centerfield.

Ichiro played RF in Japan when he was with the Orix Bluewave.

Tani (a perennial allstar in Japan) played LF, and So Taguchi of the Cardinals used to play center.

Fish on The Sand
12-26-2004, 01:08 AM
Ichiro played RF in Japan when he was with the Orix Bluewave.

Tani (a perennial allstar in Japan) played LF, and So Taguchi of the Cardinals used to play center.
I remember hearing Ichiro was a natural center fielder

Ironchef Chris Wok*
12-26-2004, 01:11 AM
I remember hearing Ichiro was a natural center fielder

I could be wrong, but I distinctly remember the Orix outfield being Ichiro, Taguchi, and Tani.

I'll ask my friends whoa re better versed in NPB for more info.

Ironchef Chris Wok*
12-26-2004, 07:13 AM
I just talked to the local NPB expert, and YES, Ichiro played RF.

Edit: On a completely unrelated note, Ichiro pitched in high school.

ATG
12-26-2004, 11:56 AM
Blue Jays

SP: Roy Halladay
SP: Greg Maddux
SP: Ted Lilly
SP: Derek Lowe
SP: Kenny Rogers

OF: Ichiro Suzuki
OF: Steve Finley
OF: Garret Anderson
DH: Phil Nevin
1B: Jeff Bagwell
2B: Jeff Kent
SS: Derek Jeter
3B: Chipper Jones
C: Mike Piazza

RP:Eric Gagne
RP:Troy Percival
RP:Eddie Guardado

Ironchef Chris Wok*
12-29-2004, 10:01 AM
Btw, I request this to be stickied

Fish on The Sand
12-29-2004, 04:30 PM
Btw, I request this to be stickied
motion seconded

Tuggy
01-05-2005, 01:17 AM
I'll put my batting order together once my supreme team is complete :D

stanley
01-05-2005, 07:44 AM
Someone want to explain this to me? Explain it like I'm a three-year-old.

That shouldn't be too hard.

BAuldie
01-05-2005, 08:51 AM
http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=117314

Fish on The Sand
01-06-2005, 12:59 AM
Someone want to explain this to me? Explain it like I'm a three-year-old.

That shouldn't be too hard.
PPZ's Phillies might need a gm soon so if your interested just stay in touch with me or DynamoAO.

Ironchef Chris Wok*
01-06-2005, 01:42 AM
PPZ's Phillies might need a gm soon so if your interested just stay in touch with me or DynamoAO.

NO!

You realize PPZ is the ONLY GM that's giving this Fantasy MLB Draft on an INTERNET MESSAGE BOARD, possibly one of the NERDIEST THINGS ON THE GOD DAMN THE PLANET, the moticum of legitimacy it does not deserve? IMO, this is nerdier than a Star Trek convention. There is NOTHING nerdier than somethign that is "fantasy", "on the internet", and "statistically dependant." I know this sounds sexist, but having a girl has a NEGATING EFFECT all of these things.

So what if you have to wait for her. Big deal. FOTS it's clear that you date less than I do (which belongs in the Guiness book of Records really), because even I know that you have to WAIT for girls to do ANYTHING and EVERYTHING.

IkeaMonkey*
01-06-2005, 01:58 AM
Girls have yabos.

Fish on The Sand
01-06-2005, 02:08 AM
NO!

You realize PPZ is the ONLY GM that's giving this Fantasy MLB Draft on an INTERNET MESSAGE BOARD, possibly one of the NERDIEST THINGS ON THE GOD DAMN THE PLANET, the moticum of legitimacy it does not deserve? IMO, this is nerdier than a Star Trek convention. There is NOTHING nerdier than somethign that is "fantasy", "on the internet", and "statistically dependant." I know this sounds sexist, but having a girl has a NEGATING EFFECT all of these things.

So what if you have to wait for her. Big deal. FOTS it's clear that you date less than I do (which belongs in the Guiness book of Records really), because even I know that you have to WAIT for girls to do ANYTHING and EVERYTHING.
well we kicked in the hall out for less, and if something is constantly slowing the draft down, others will lose interest and stop showing up, and the draft will be dead. I really want to keep this going, and if replacing her is what is needed I say do it.

IkeaMonkey*
01-06-2005, 02:11 AM
We acctually didnt kick in the hall for less. In the hall was online and posting when he could/should have been picking. PPZ just isnt active.

Ironchef Chris Wok*
01-06-2005, 02:13 AM
well we kicked in the hall out for less, and if something is constantly slowing the draft down, others will lose interest and stop showing up, and the draft will be dead. I really want to keep this going, and if replacing her is what is needed I say do it.

Yeah, but that guy was anal-retentive about it, and treated all of us like krap.

PPZ is an actual contributing member of HFboards, besides, she started it, and I don't want to kick her out like that. It gives the impression that baseball has a "boys club" mentality when she probably knows about baseball as much as the rest of does. (Probalby not in the nerdy-Sabremetric-Stanley-Ironchef-Dr.Love sense, but she knows her stuff, and is not a flaming homer like YOUR favourite poster FOTS.)

IkeaMonkey*
01-06-2005, 02:17 AM
Yea, alot of the reason I havent pulled the plug on her yet, was it was her idea for the draft.It does buy some slack, but it's not an neverending supply...

Fish on The Sand
01-06-2005, 02:43 AM
Yeah, but that guy was anal-retentive about it
you sure you date more than me?

stanley
01-10-2005, 11:21 PM
Phillies:

SP: Bronson Arroyo
SP: Mike Mussina
SP: Doug Davis
SP: Joe Blanton
SP: John Lieber

LF: Nick Swisher
CF: Carlos Beltran
RF: Trot Nixon

3B: Dallas McPherson
SS: Khalil Greene
2B: Chase Utley
1B: Jim Thome
C: Michael Barrett

RP: Billy Wagner
RP: Kiko Calero
RP: Akinori Otsuka

DH: Moises Alou

Dr Love
01-14-2005, 05:08 PM
SP: Hudson
SP: C. Zambrano
SP: Buerhle
SP: Weaver
SP: Webb

RF: Giles
CF: Kotsay
LF: Bradley
3B: Huff
SS: Tejada
2B:
1B: Konerko
C: Posada
DH: Durazo

RP: Lidge
RP: Sheilds
RP: Donnelly

Well, scoring runs shouldn't be a problem.

islandnucker
01-15-2005, 01:05 AM
Well, here are the Marlins.

SP-Mark Prior
SP-Roy Oswalt
SP-C.C. Sabathia
SP-
SP-

RP-
RP-

CL-Guillermo Mota

C-Paul LoDuca
1B-
2B-Marcus Giles
3B-Hank Blalock
SS-Nomar Garciaparra
LF-Carlos Lee
RF-
CF-Rocco Baldelli
DH-