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Posted on: July 9, 2009 1:21 pm
 

All My Mocks Rosters!!!

Trade Deadline Challenge 1:
All of my players are available:
Here is my active roster:
Rotation:
  1. Johan Santana
  2. Oliver Perez
  3. Rich Hill
  4. Bronson Arroyo
  5. Livan Hernandez

Bullpen:
Francisco Rodriguez - Closer
Brad Holt
Jenrry Majia
Bobby Parnell
Fernando Nieve
Eddie Kunz


Lineup:

  1. Alex Cora -SS
  2. Luis Castillo -2B
  3. David Wright -3B
  4. Travis Hafner -1B
  5. Pat Burrell - RF
  6. Gary Sheffield - LF
  7. Fernando Martinez -CF
  8. Dioner Navarro - C
  9. PITCHER

BENCH:
Daniel Murphy
Peter Bourjos
Omir Santos
Jefry Marte
Ruben Tejada

PROSPECTS(In Order):

Others: Jeurys Familia, RHP; Junior Guerra, RHP; Zach Lutz, 3B: Kirk Nieuwenhuis , OF; Francisco Pena, C: Cesar Puello, OF; Elvin Ramirez, RHP; Aderlin Rodriguez, 3B: Javier Rodriguez, OF; Brant Rustich , RHP; Chris Schwinden, RHP; Tobi Stoner , RHP; Josh Thole, C; Nate Vineyard, LHP.

Copy Trade Deadline Challenge:


Dodgers :

 

STARTING PITCHERS:

  1. Chad Billingsley

  2. Hiroki Kuroda

  3. Clayton Kershaw

  4. Randy Wolf

  5. Jeff Weaver


Bullpen:


Lineup:

 

  1. Rafeal Furcal-SS

  2. Orlando Hudson - 2B

  3. Manny Ramirez -LF

  4. Casey Blake -3B

  5. James Loney -1B

  6. Russell Martin -C

  7. Andre Ethier - RF

  8. Matt Kemp -CF

  9. PITCHER

BENCH:

Mark Loretta

Blake DeWitt

Juan Castro

Juan Pierre

 

PROSPECTS(In order):

 

1) James McDonald, RHP, Grade B+: Same grade I gave him last year, see no reason to change it given his strong season. Only concern is fly ball tendency.

2) Ethan Martin , RHP, Grade B : Higher ceiling than McDonald but need to see how he adjusts to pro ball. Impressive power arm plus athleticism.

3) Ivan DeJesus, Jr, SS, Grade B : Took a step forward offensively, good glove, just needs to cut down on errors and get more consistent. I think his difficult Arizona Fall League was an aberration.

4) Andrew Lambo , OF, Grade B: Not sure about the glove, but the bat looks quite strong to me.

5) Josh Lindblom, RHP, Grade B- : Rapid riser from the college ranks, could help in the bullpen quickly.

6) Devaris Gordon, SS, Grade B-: I am giving him an aggressive grade. He’s raw, but immensely talented. I don’t think he is Preston Mattingly .

7) Ramon Troncoso, RHP, Grade C+: Love the ground ball/power combination. Hope he throws strikes. Hasn’t broken 50 innings yet so still eligible for the book.

8) Scott Elbert , LHP, Grade C+: This might be a notch too low, but command and durability issues are still there.

9) Austin Gallagher, 3B, Grade C+: Sleeper prospect. Needs to tighten strike zone, but I think more power will come.

10) Josh Bell, 3B, Grade C+: Making progress, but reports about weight are disturbing and he might not hit enough for first base.

11) Xavier Paul , OF, Grade C+: Should be a very solid fourth outfielder.

12) Chris Withrow, RHP, Grade C+: Need to make sure he is healthy. Ceiling is high but so is risk.

13) Justin Miller , RHP, Grade C+: Like the hard sinker, but needs to improve secondary pitches to boost K-rate.

14) Tony Delmonico, 2B, Grade C+: Polished college hitter, making transition from SS to 2B. Needs to reduce errors.

15) Pedro Baez , 3B, Grade C : Excellent power potential and a strong arm, but there is a 43.7% chance (to pull a number out of the air) that he is pitching four years from now. Horrible plate discipline.

16) Jaime Hoffman, OF, Grade C: Another guy like Paul who would make a good reserve OF.

17) Jesus Castillo , RHP, Grade C : Added to the 40-man. Good control, not a dominant type.

18) Kyle Russell , OF, Grade C : Enormous power potential, but strikeouts are scary.

19) Nathan Eovaldi, RHP, Grade C : Possible steal from 2008 draft, high ceiling, needs experience.

20) Javy Guerra, RHP, Grade C : Good arm, fits better in the pen than he did as a starter.

 

Others: James Adkins , LHP; Geison Aguasviva, LHP; Danny Danielson, RHP; Victor Garate , LHP; Thomas Giles , OF; Steve Johnson, RHP; Paul Koss, RHP; Lucas May , C; Justin Orenduff, RHP; Jaime Pedroza, 2B-SS; Jordan Pratt, RHP; Jon Michael Redding, RHP (a sleeper), Travis Schlicting, RHP; Cole St. Clair, LHP; Josh Wall, RHP.

 

http://www.minorleagueball.com/2008

/12/28/703078/los-angeles-dodgers-t

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 NBA MOCK GM:

PG- Baron Davis (11.25M), Mardy Collins (997.8K), Wayne Ellington 1m, Toney Douglas 2m, 

SG- Eric Gordon (2.62M),Gerald Henderson 2m, JJ Redick 750k

 SF-Al Thornton(1.776M), Christian Eyenga 750k, Walter Hermann 750k

 PF-Blake Griffin 4m, Sheldon Williams 3m

 C- Marcus Camby (8 M), DeAndre Jordan (550K)

 Salary: 38.69

Available: 33.11M, i got 2m from Nets after trading 200k.



Category: MLB
Posted on: July 2, 2009 9:57 pm
Edited on: July 7, 2009 6:19 pm
 

MLB ALL TIME mock draft

C- Gary Carter
1B- Willie McCovey
2B-Alan Trammell
3B- Alex Rodriguez
SS- Lou Whitaker
OF- Manny Ramirez
OF- Ken Griffey Jr.
OF- Joe Jackson
DH- Jim Thome


SP- Cy Young
SP- Randy Johnson
SP- Pedro Martinez

C- Dennis Eckersley






Category: MLB
Posted on: July 2, 2009 2:05 pm
Edited on: July 8, 2009 11:29 am
 

Colbert's Minions- MLB CURRENT MOCK

C- Matt Weiters
1B-Mark Teixeira
2B-
3B- Aramis Ramirez
SS- Derek Jeter
OF-Manny Ramirez
OF-Nick Markakis
OF-
DH-David Ortiz


SP- John Lackey
SP- Brandon Webb
SP- Scott Kazmir
SP- Ervin Santana
SP- Jason Marquis



RP- Joel Zumaya
RP-
RP-

C- Francisco Rodriguez









Category: MLB
Posted on: March 3, 2009 11:48 pm
 

Damn Man-Ram

 

If he didnt take over my mind along with the other Dodgers fans, Id say he was a total a-hole. But I cant because...

 

 

 

MANNY AND THE DODGERS HAVE AGREED ON A 2 YEAR 45 M CONTRACT.

Category: MLB
Posted on: January 30, 2009 12:30 am
 

Funny Signs

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