Fantasy Baseball: Battle of the Blogs

Posted on by Kerel Cooper

Gregg over at Double G Sports (a fellow Baseball Bloggers Alliance member)  has put together a fantasy baseball league consisting of a bunch of baseball bloggers. You can click here to read the preview. We recently held the draft. Below is a description of the league and my team roster. Please let me know what you think of my squad.

League Description:
This is the first year of this league. It is made up of 20 teams broken into four divisions of baseball bloggers that cover a wide range of teams. To read more on the league click here.

My Team:
C – Victor Martinez, Bos C, 1B
1B – Carlos Pena, TB 1B
2B – Ian Stewart, Col 2B, 3B
3B – Alex Gordon, KC 3B
SS – J.J. Hardy, Min SS
LF – Carlos Lee, Hou LF
CF – Grady Sizemore, Cle CF
RF – Josh Willingham, Was LF, RF
UTIL – Travis Hafner, Cle DH

Bench – Aubrey Huff, SF 1B, DH
Bench – Scott Rolen, Cin 3B
Bench – Troy Glaus, Atl 3B
Bench – Elijah Dukes, Was RF, CF — I was set to auto draft on this one.
Bench – Jake Fox, Oak 3B, LF

SP – Tim Lincecum, SF SP
SP – Clayton Kershaw, LAD SP
SP – Jered Weaver, LAA SP
SP – Aaron Harang, Cin SP
SP – Erik Bedard, Sea SP
RP – Brian Fuentes, LAA RP
RP – Justin Masterson, Cle SP, RP
RP – Jensen Lewis, Cle RP
RP – Juan Cruz, KC RP
RP – Sammy Gervacio, Hou RP

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