Posted on: June 1, 2011 4:06 pm
Edited on: June 17, 2011 11:38 am
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Category: MLB
Posted on: February 3, 2011 7:40 pm
Edited on: July 21, 2011 10:42 pm
 

MLB Trading Challenge Roster

Milwaukee Brewers(Buyers)

Starting Pitchers
Yovani Gallardo
Zack Greinke
Shaun Marcum
Chris Narveson
Randy Wolf

Bullpen
John Axford
Tim Dillard
Marco Estrada
LaTroy Hawkins
Kameron Loe
Francisco Rodriguez
Takashi Saito

Catchers
George Kottaras
Jonathan Lucroy

Infielders
Yuniesky Betancourt
Craig Counsell
Prince Fielder
Casey McGehee
Rickie Weeks
Josh Wilson

Outfielders
Ryan Braun
Corey Hart
Mark Kotsay
Nyjer Morgan

Brewers top prospects
1) Mark Rogers, RHP, Grade B-: Borderline B. Love the stuff, but command concerns keep me cautious with the grade.
2) Cody Scarpetta, RHP, Grade B-: Borderline B. Personal favorite for a couple of years, like Rogers I worry about his command but like his stuff.
3) Kentrail Davis, OF, Grade B-: Good tools, hits for average, I think he'll get on base. But what about power?
4) Amaury Rivas, RHP, Grade B-: Solid across the board, looks like a fourth starter to me.
5) Kyle Heckathorn, RHP, Grade B-: Huge ground ball specialist, another future fourth starter?
6) Wily Peralta, RHP, Grade B-: Another arm with solid stuff, though I don't like the dropping strikeout rate and deterioration in K/BB in Double-A.
7) Scooter Gennett, 2B, Grade B-: A very good hitter, needs to polish defense but could make a lot of noise in '11. Keep close track of him.
8) Jimmy Nelson, RHP, Grade C+: Starter or reliever? Fits into Brewers profile as a fourth starter type with decent
but not exceptional stuff.
9) Caleb Gindl, OF, Grade C+: I think he's better than he looked in Double-A, but still more of a future role player than heavy duty regular.
10) Eric Komatsu, OF, Grade C+: Like Gindl, can be a good role player but unless he turns the power up he will be stretched to start.
11) Tyler Thornburg, RHP, Grade C+: Very good stuff, could move quickly if used in bullpen.
12) Hunter Morris, 1B, Grade C: Plenty of power potential, but something makes me wonder if he'll fully live up to expectations. I might be underrating him.
13) D'Vontrey Richardson, OF, Grade C: Outstanding tools, extremely raw. Can he refine them?
14) Tyler Roberts, C, Grade C: Strong power potential, needs a lot of defensive polish.
15) Eric Farris, 2B, Grade C: Forgotten man after injury season, but he can steal bases and has a good glove.
16) Khris Davis, OF, Grade C: Good power production in the Midwest League, but a bit old for the level. Grade will rise if he hits in Double-A. . .might be able to pull a Jerry Sands.
17) Logan Schafer, OF, Grade C: Should be a good fourth outfielder if he gets healthy.
18) Dan Merklinger, LHP, Grade C: Doesn't have blazing stuff, but good stats, protected on 40-man roster. Maybe a fifth starter.
19) Mike Fiers, RHP, Grade C: Older prospect at 25, fastball is average, but really knows how to pitch.
20) Robert Hinton, RHP, Grade C: Good fastball/slider combo could help in pen this year.



Houston Astros(Sellers)

Starting Pitchers
J.A. Happ
Brett Myers
Wandy Rodriguez
Jordan Lyles
Bud Norris

Bullpen
David Carpenter
Enerio Del Rosario
Sergio Escalona
Wilton Lopez
Mark Melancon
Aneury Rodriguez
Fernando Rodriguez

Catchers
Humberto Quintero
Carlos Corporan

Infielders
Jose Altuve
Clint Barmes
Matt Downs
Chris Johnson
Angel Sanchez
Brett Wallace

Outfielders
Brian Bogusevic
Michael Bourn
Carlos Lee
Jason Michaels
Hunter Pence

Astros top prospects
1) Jordan Lyles, RHP, Grade B+: He won't be a superstar, but he'll soak innings and throw strikes.
2) Delino DeShields, 2B, Grade B-: If he turns out like his dad, the Astros will be happy. Grade can/should rise once he gets more experience.
3) Mike Foltynewicz, RHP, Grade B-: One of my favorite high school pitchers from the 2010 draft.
4) Austin Wates, OF, Grade B-: I think this guy is underrated. Should hit for average, get on base, and provide steals.
5) J.D. Martinez, OF, Grade B-: Steal from the 2009 draft, has decent tools, knows how to hit, but was just a 20<sup>th</sup> round pick.
6) Tanner Bushue, RHP, Grade C+: Erratic in the Sally League, but still young and projectable.
7) Aneury Rodriguez, RHP, Grade C+: You know your system is thin when a Rule 5 guy gets into the Top 10. But he has a good arm and should be able to help this year.
8) Mark Melancon, RHP, Grade C+: Like Rodriguez, he's ready to help now. If he throws enough strikes, he could close eventually.
9) Jonathan Villar, SS, Grade C+: Would rank higher on pure tools, but I have significant worries about his bat.
10) Jimmy Paredes, 2B, Grade C+: Like Villar, he came over in a trade, he's got the tools, but I'm not sure he'll hit.
11) Mike Kvasnicka, 3B-C-OF, Grade C+: I don't think the NY-P numbers reflect his bat fairly, but what position does he play?
12) Jiovanni Mier, SS, Grade C+: One of the big disappointments of the 2010 season. Young enough to rebound.
13) Jose Altuve, 2B, Grade C: You have to love the numbers, but can a 5-5 player really succeed at higher levels? We'll find out this year.
14) Dallas Keuchel, LHP, Grade C: Throws strikes, gets ground balls, could surprise as fifth starter type.
15) Jay Austin, OF, Grade C: Great tools, but I doubt the bat.
16) Ariel Ovando, OF, Grade C: Great tools, power, cost a lot of money, but hasn't played in the US yet and I am cautious about such players until we get real data.
17) Douglas Arguello, LHP, Grade C: Older prospect that you won't see on other lists, but he throws strikes, gets grounders, and could sneak into major league role this year.
18) Brian Bogusevic, OF, Grade C: Perfect fit as a reserve outfielder. Won't hit for average, but can do everything else decently.
19) Telvin Nash, 1B-OF, Grade C: Excellent power potential but lacks other skills.
20) Carlos Quevedo, RHP, Grade C: Strike-thrower had good year in the New York-Penn League, though doesn't fan a lot of people.

Category: MLB
Posted on: January 23, 2011 7:40 pm
Edited on: January 26, 2011 9:55 pm
 

Chiefs roster

OFFENSE

QB
1. Matt Cassel
2. Brodie Croyle
3. Tyler Palko

FB
1. Tim Castille
2. Mike Cox

RB
1. Jamaal Charles
2. Ronnie Brown

WR
1. Dwayne Bowe
2. Dexter McCluster
3. Hines Ward
4. Jerrel Jernigan
5. Terrance Copper

TE
1. Tony Moeaki
2. Jake O'Connell

Left OT
1. Branden Albert
2. Nate Garner

Left OG
1. Jon Asamoah

C
1. Casey Wiegmann
2. Joe Berger
3. Rudy Niswanger


Right OT
1. Ryan O'Callaghan
2. Barry Richardson

Right OG
1. Ryan Lilja

DEFFENSE

Left DE
1. Tyson Jackson
2. Shaun Smith

NT
1. Anthony Toribio

Right DE
1. Glenn Dorsey
2. Wallace Gilberry

Left Outside Linebacker


Left Inside Linebacke
1. Jovan Belcher
2. Corey Mays

Right Inside Linebacker
1. Derrick Johnson
2. Demorrio Williams
3. Cory Greenwood

Right Outside Linebacker
1. Tamba Hali
2. Charlie Anderson

Left Cornerback
1. Brandon Flowers
2. Travis Daniels

Right Cornerback
1. Javier Arenas

SS
1. Eric Berry
2. Reshard Langford

FS
1. Charlie Peprah
2. Jon McGraw
3. Kendrick Lewis
4. Ricky Price
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Chiefs Trading Block
TE Jake O'Connell
WR Terrance Copper
QB Brodie Croyle
CB Travis Daniels
OLB Corey Mays
FS Kendrick Lewis
FS Ricky Price
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Trades I made
Chiefs trade Thomas Jones to the Packers for Charlie Peprah
Chiefs trade Jackie Battle and Andy Studebaker and their 3rd draft pick (#) to the Steelers for Hines Ward and their 4th round draft pick (#4)
Chiefs
 get Ronnie BrownJoe Berger, and Nate Garner Dolphins get 21st pick
Steelers Trade their 5th round pick Chiefs trade Leonard Pope
KC gets 4th rounder Tampa gets Brandon Carr
Chiefs get Bills 7th Round Pick; Bills get Mike Vrabel and Ron Edwards.
Chiefs Get: 5th RD Pick Packers Get: Brian Waters
Chiefs get 7th round pick Texans get Chris Chambers

Draft Picks
RD        Pick
2          23- Jerrel Jernigan , WR TROY
4          19-
4          21-
4          32-
5          23-
5          31-
5          32-
6          22-
7          3-
7          12-
7          21-









Category: NFL
Posted on: January 22, 2011 3:59 pm
Edited on: January 26, 2011 7:50 pm
 

MLB Current Mock Draft Roster

1ST Round
1. yogib8- Troy Tulowitski
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Albert Pujols
3. roxfan4life- Carlos Gonzalez
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Josh Hamilton
5. Packers 500- Hanley Ramirez
6. molsaniceman- Chase Utley
7. hasbeen4life- Joe Mauer
8. JaguarFan34- Roy Halladay

2ND Round
8. JaguarFan34- Evan Longoria
7. hasbeen4life- Miguel Cabrera
6. molsaniceman- Felix Hernandez
5. Packers 500- Robinson Cano
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Alex Rodriguez
3. roxfan4life- Tim Lincecum
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Adam Wainwright
1. yogib8- Buster Posey

3RD Round
1. yogib8- Brandon Phillips
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Jose Reyes
3. roxfan4life- Ryan Braun
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Joey Votto
5. Packers 500- Cliff Lee
6. molsaniceman- Carl Crawford
7. hasbeen4life- Zack Greinke
8. JaguarFan34- Adrain Gonzalez

4th Round
8. JaguarFan34- Ublado Jiminez 
7. hasbeen4life- Ian Kinsler
6. molsaniceman- Jon Lester
5. Packers 500- Matt Holliday
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Josh Johnson
3. roxfan4life- CC Sabathia
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- David Price
1. yogib8- Justin Verlander

5TH Round
1. yogib8- Ryan Zimmerman
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- David Wright
3. roxfan4life- Ichiro Suzuki
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Clayton Kershaw
5. Packers 500- Mark Texeira
6. molsaniceman- Ryan Howard
7. hasbeen4life- Jason Bay
8. JaguarFan34- Andre Ethier

6Th Round
8. JaguarFan34- Dustin Pedroia
7. hasbeen4life- Mark Reynolds
6. molsaniceman- Adrian Beltre
5. Packers 500- Matt Cain
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Dan Uggla
3. roxfan4life- Victor Martinez
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Matt Kemp
1. yogib8- Mat Latos

7TH Round
1. yogib8- Jason Werth
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Brian McCann
3. roxfan4life- Paul Konerko
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Torii Hunter
5. Packers 500- Nelson Cruz
6. molsaniceman- Jose Bautista
7. hasbeen4life- Jacoby Ellsbury
8. JaguarFan34- Aroldis Chapman

8TH Round
8. JaguarFan34- Justin Upton
7. hasbeen4life- Jason Bartlett
6. molsaniceman- Carlos Santana
5. Packers 500- Andrew Mccrutchen
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Chris Carpenter
3. roxfan4life- Micheal Young
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Prince Fielder
1. yogib8- Joe Nathan

9TH Round
1. yogib8- Justin Morneau
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Rickie Weeks
3. roxfan4life- Brian Wilson
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Nick Markakis
5. Packers 500- Mariano Rivera
6. molsaniceman- Roy Oswalt
7. hasbeen4life- Stephen Strasburg
8. JaguarFan34- Geovanny Soto

10TH Round
8. JaguarFan34- Fransisco Lirano
7. hasbeen4life- Grady Sizemore
6. molsaniceman- Rafael Furcal
5. Packers 500- Yovanni Gallardo
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Jonathan Papelbon
3. roxfan4life- Jared Weaver
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Cole Hamels
1. yogib8- Chris Young

11TH Round
1. yogib8- Tommy Hanson
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Jason Heyward
3. roxfan4life- Kevin Youkilis
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Matt Wieters
5. Packers 500- Martin Prado
6. molsaniceman- Heath Bell
7. hasbeen4life- Josh Beckett
8. JaguarFan34- Elvis Andrus

12TH Round
8. JaguarFan34- Carlos Marmol
7. hasbeen4life- John Axford
6. molsaniceman- Shin-Soo Choo
5. Packers 500- Rafael Soriano
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Derek Jeter
3. roxfan4life- Placido Polanco
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Neftali Feliz
1. yogib8- Adam Dunn

13Th Round
1. yogib8- Jimmy Rollins
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Alex iois
3. roxfan4life- Omar Infante
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Kyle McClellan
5. Packers 500- Ben Zobrist
6. molsaniceman- Aubrey Huff
7. hasbeen4life- Pedro Feliciano
8. JaguarFan34- Kendry Morales

14TH Round
8. JaguarFan34- Shane Victroino
7. hasbeen4life- Vernon Wells
6. molsaniceman- Jonny Venters
5. Packers 500- Curtis Granderson
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Jorge Posada
3. roxfan4life- Colby Rasmus
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Gordon Beckham
1. yogib8-Angel Pagan

15TH Round
1. yogib8- Daniel Bard
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin- Tyler Clippard
3. roxfan4life- Scott Downs
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Hunter Pence
5. Packers 500- Marco Scutaro
6. molsaniceman- Juan Pierre
7. hasbeen4life- Corey Hart
8. JaguarFan34- Yadier Molina

16TH Round
8. JaguarFan34- Aramis Ramirez
7. hasbeen4life- Billy Butler
6. molsaniceman- John Buck
5. Packers 500- David Ortiz
4. Iowa Hawkeyes- Pablo  Sandoval
3. roxfan4life- OTC untill 6;30EST
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin-
1. yogib8-

17TH Round
1. yogib8-
2. InSaNlnTh3BrAin-
3. roxfan4life-
4. Iowa Hawkeyes-
5. Packers 500-
6. molsaniceman
7. hasbeen4life
8. JaguarFan34


My Roster

C- Matt Wieters
1B- Joey Votto
2B- Dan Uggla
SS- Derek Jeter
3B- Alex Rodriguez
LF- Josh Hamilton
CF- Torii Hunter
RF- Nick Markakis
SP- Josh Johnson
SP- Clayton Kershaw
SP- Chris Carpenter
Closer- Jonathan Papelbon
RP- Kyle McClellan
B- Hunter Pence
B- Pablo  Sandoval
B- Jorge Posada
B- Mark DeRosa

Category: MLB
Posted on: July 17, 2010 9:15 pm
Edited on: July 18, 2010 8:32 pm
 
Category: MLB
Posted on: July 2, 2010 11:05 am
Edited on: July 27, 2010 7:24 pm
 

MLB trade Challenge

Phillies Roster (Buyers)

Starting Pitchers
Joe Blanton
Roy Halladay
Cole Hamels
Kyle Kendrick
J.A. Happ

Bullpen
Danys Baez
Jose Contreras
Chad Durbin
David Herndon
Brad Lidge
Ryan Madson
J.C. Romero

Catchers
Carlos Ruiz
Brian Schneider

Infielders
Greg Dobbs
Ryan Howard
Placido Polanco
Cody Ransom
Jimmy Rollins
Wilson Valdez

Outfielders
Ben Francisco
Ross Gload
Raul Ibanez
Shane Victorino
Jayson Werth

Brewers Roster (Sellers)

Starting Pitchers
Dave Bush
Chris Capuano
Doug Davis
Randy Wolf
Chris Narveson
Yovani Gallardo
 
Bullpen
Zach Braddock
Todd Coffey
Trevor Hoffman
Kameron Loe
John Axford
Manny Parra
David Riske
Carlos Villanueva

Catchers
George Kottaras
Jonathan LuCroy

Infielders
Craig Counsell
Alcides Escobar
Casey McGehee
Rickie Weeks
Chad Tracy
Chris Davis  
Sean Rodriguez

Outfielders
Jim Edmonds
Carlos Gomez
Joe Inglett
Lorenzo Cain
B.J. Upton

Pospect i got

Prospects i get from the Rangers:
#3) Martin Perez, LHP, Grade A-: Could be a left-handed version of Feliz if all goes well. Expectations are lofty, but so is the talent
#4) Tanner Scheppers, RHP, Grade B+: Borderline A-. I'd make him an A-, but I still worry that the shoulder problems will recur. His ceiling is terrific and he could be num
#5) Wilmer Font, RHP, Grade B: Another very high ceiling arm, could be B+ or even A- with another year of development.
13) Max Ramirez , C, Grade C+: Grade gets knocked back some due to defense and durability concerns but I still think he'll hit enough to help someone.
14) Miguel Velazquez, OF, Grade C+: There are makeup concerns here but he's got the tools and he performed well in the Northwest League. Need higher level data and another year of makeup stability.

Prospect i got from the Rays
2) Jeremy Hellickson , RHP, Grade A-: For many years, I was the most famous baseball-oriented graduate of Hoover High School in Des Moines, Iowa. Jeremy Hellickson has changed that. Roy Oswalt type if he avoids injury. I love the guy.
3) Wade Davis , RHP, Grade A-: I love this guy too. If Hellickson could become Oswalt, Davis could become John Lackey .
5) Alexander Colome, RHP, Grade B: borderline B+. Excellent stuff, just needs to sharpen his command and transition to full-season ball.
6) Reid Brignac , SS, Grade B-: Glove has really developed, bat is good-enough for him to play given the defense. No room in Tampa barring injury; would be terrific trade bait.
7) Alexander Torres , LHP, Grade B-: More strikeouts, and gets lots of grounders, too. Command needs to sharpen up for a higher grade.
8) Tim Beckham, SS, Grade B-: Still has youth and tools, but not developing the way scouts anticipated. Plate discipline and defense have become issues. It will be very interesting to see how this one pans out. . .could be anything from a B+ to a C a year from now.
11) Luke Bailey, C, Grade C+: Difficult to rank since we don't know if the Tommy John is going to impact his defense yet. Was a first round talent before he got hurt.
12) Kyle Lobstein, LHP, Grade C+: Pitchability lefty breezed through the New York-Penn League. Projects as control-oriented three/four starter, assuming he passes the Double-A test.
13) Aneury Rodriguez, RHP, Grade C+: Got killed the first half of the season in Double-A, but pitched great starting in mid-July. Could break through in '10.
14) Kyeong Kang, OF, Grade C+: Underrated tools, took a big step forward with his plate discipline while hitting .307 with power in the Sally League.
15) Matthew Sweeney, 1B, Grade C+: He is a butcher at third base and needs to move to first, but I really like the bat. Nice pick up in the Kazmir deal.
16) Todd Glaesman, OF, Grade C+: Excellent tools, have to see if he can control the zone at higher levels. Could be Top Ten guy next year if he does.
20) Matt Gorgen, RHP, Grade C+: Command is an issue but I like him as a sleeper relief arm.

Category: MLB
Posted on: June 28, 2010 2:45 pm
Edited on: July 18, 2010 8:39 pm
 
Category: MLB
Posted on: June 18, 2010 9:28 pm
Edited on: June 28, 2010 9:05 pm
 
Category: MLB
 
 
 
 
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