Help my team?

SDS

I apologize in advance, but feel like I’m stuck with no true direction.

I have about 400K stubs, and looking to improve my team. Also have the 6th inning pack waiting, haven’t decided who to take yet.

Lineup I usually run out is:

C 99 Biggio
1B POTM Bellinger
2B HRD Cano
SS POTM Didi
3B Prestige Chipper
LF 99 Jackie
CF Mantle
RF Sheffield

Bench: usually a combo of Posey, Reggie Jackson, Ellsbury, Killebrew, Thome, Sandberg, McGriff.

I hit well with everyone except Mantle, but not replacing him.

Rotation is Kluber, Mike Scott, Paxton, Newhouser, and rotate last spot between McKay and Greinke. Good results from Kluber and Scott, mixed otherwise.

Bullpen is POTM Diaz, Gagne, LS Chapman, 96 Rollie, Wagner, Rodney, Hader/Alvarado.

I know P, especially SP, is a bigger need, but don’t know who to go with. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.

SDS

I like your bench better than your starting lineup lol

SDS

Get Orel Hershiser, best SP aim the game if prestiged. I’ll never stop saying that lol

SDS

I second orel. Also Ernie banks at short is a good option.

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@jtez1987 said in Help my team?:

I second orel. Also Ernie banks at short is a good option.

In my opinion Didi is better than Banks. I love Didi’s stance and swing so o eventually got him prestiged to have a good enough arm at short stop

SDS

Hamels, Sutton, Oswalt are all good options in that order for starting pitching.

SDS

First off, Biggio should definitely not be your starting Catcher. He’s perfectly fine at second but a huge liability behind the plate. Second, your HRD players are great bench players (lightning in a bottle) not usually good in the field. Third, what is your goal, all power or balanced? Why Jackie in Left when you got Jackson on the bench. Cano at 2nd instead of Sandberg? How about Larkin at short? I just think that your not leveraging your lineup in the best possible way. Sacrificing a lot of defense for a little bit of offense.

SDS

i personally love the prim eyu darvish. as well as FS spencer howard

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