Looking to split bleacher seats for Combo plan or Full Season
pitching101 - Yesterday, 09:04 AM
Bleacher Nation is on Facebook, and you should totally "Like" us:
Bleacher Nation is also on Twitter, and you should totally follow us:
Bleacher Nation Posts
- Lukewarm Stove: Samardzija, Granderson, Price, Tanaka, Saltalamacchia, More
Yesterday, 02:36 PM
- Cubs Lose 2013 Rule 5 Draft Pick to Phillies Because of Lendy Castillo Shenanigans
Yesterday, 02:00 PM
- No Edward Mujica for the Cubs: Signs Two-Year Deal with Red Sox
Yesterday, 11:05 AM
- Latest on Tanaka and the Posting System: Deal Coming Today? Cubs Still Heavily Involved?
Yesterday, 10:22 AM
- Obsessive Wrigley Renovation Watch: License Committee Signs Off on Tweaks, Plaza Booze Delayed
Yesterday, 09:55 AM
Upcoming Calendar Events
My 2012 Roster
Posted 16 November 2011 - 04:05 AM
1. Brett Jackson - CF
2. Starlin Castro - SS
3. Prince Fielder - 1B
4. Marlin Bryd - LF
5. Wellington Castillo - C
6. Yoenis Cespedes
7. Junior Lake/ DJ Lemehiu/Jeff Baker - 3B
8. DJ Lemehiu/Ryan Flarehty/Darwin Barney - 2B
1. Matt Garza
2. Gio Gonzalez
3. Yu Darvish
4. Ryan Dempster
5. Carlos Zambrano
1. Jeff Baker
2. Reed Johnson
3. Bryan LaHair
4. Steve Clevenger/ Backup FA C
5. Ryan Flarehty
6. DJ Lemehiu/Darwin Barney
1. Sean Marshall
2. Jeff Smardjia
3. Kerry Wood
4. Andrew Casner
5. James Russel
6. Chris Carpenter/Jeff B.
Although expensive I think the FA would be the right age and ability to build a team around, As for fielder you can always trade him to an american league team when his defense starts to slide or when Vogolbach is ready. Would also like to see Byrd and Zambrano traded at the deadline if possible when their trade value Is higher. The pitching would make it an interesting year while the young lineup matured through the year. Just a thought.
Posted 16 November 2011 - 10:33 PM
Posted 19 November 2011 - 10:30 PM
6) Cashner (Closer)
Invite Chris Young to Spring Training
1b) C. Pena
LF) M. Byrd
CF) B. Jackson
RF) G. Sizemore
C) W. Castillo
Mark Derosa 3rd/2nd/1st
B. Lahair 1st/OF
T. Colvin OF/1st
M. Szczur OF
J. Lake INF/OF
Byrd/Dempster/Zambrano All come off the books for 2013.
2013 FA Matt Cain
2014 FA Evan Longoria
Posted 21 November 2011 - 10:27 AM
Posted 21 November 2011 - 03:58 PM
I don't mean to dump on you, MC2, but folks who think that DeRosa has a place on any ML roster these days haven't looked at his numbers since 2008. He's been a terrible, injured mess, and will be lucky to receive a non-roster invite to Spring Training this year.
Not dumping on me, it's my dream team. Invite DeRosa if he's healthy and can show it at ST maybe we get him on the cheap like Reed Johnson. Veteran leadership and a versatile player. Looking at the FA list and all the stats may not hurt to go cheap and let some of these kids get their time in. I don't think pitching is to far off right now just need more solid depth and somebody that handles pitchers better. Biggest thing is get these guys to play small ball 1st, I got so sick of leaving men in scoring position all season long... ...
Posted 23 November 2011 - 11:23 AM
1B-Pena- 2yr/under 25 mill. 3rd yr mutual opt.
2B-Kelly Johnson- 2yr/12-14 mill, 3rd yr mutual opt.
3B-DeWitt--Unless we can pull off a trade for Chase Headley or someone like that.
LF-Soriano- Play LaHair as needed, Look to move Sori after this season
CF-Jackson--if he is determined to be ready to come up
RF-Byrd- Look to trade at trade deadline
IF-Marquez Smith or DJ LaMahieu
C-Clevenger or Castillo
3-Edwin Jackson or Carlos Zambrano-depends on what they want to do with Big Z.
5-Cashner-I would also think of signing another SP and put Cashner in the pen. Maybe Maholm.
LR/SP-Gorzellany or Zach Duke
Posted 24 November 2011 - 04:35 PM
Sign Fielder, Cespedes, trade Marmol and Soto for high level prospects flip them for Gio Gonzalez. I would love to see them get Darvish but with other moves not sure they have enough money for him. If they did that would be on hell of a pitching staff.
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users
Bleacher Nation is not affiliated in any way with Major League Baseball or the Chicago National League Ballclub (that's the Cubs).