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HMLB AL Central
Adam Agata
| May 21, 2008
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ROSTERS INDIANS 1. Luke Scott- CF 2. Kevin Kouzmanoff- 3b 3. Victor Marinez- C 4. Manny Ramirez- LF 5. Jim Thome- DH 6. Ryan Church- RF 7. Jhonny Peralta- SS 8. Sean Casey- 1b 9. Hector Luna- 2b Bench: Ryan Garko, Richie Sexson, Brian Barton, Brian Giles, John McDonald Rotation 1. C.C. Sabathia 2. Fausto Carmona 3. Jeremy Guthrie 4. Paul Byrd 5. Aaron Laffey Closer: Rafael Perez RH: Danys Baez, David Riske, Rudy Seanez, LH: Alan Embree, Brian Tallet ROYALS 1. David Dejesus- RF 2. Johnny Damon- LF 3. Alex Gordon- 3b 4. Carlos Beltran- CF 5. Billy Butler- 1b 6. Mike Sweeney- DH 7. Mark Ellis- 2b 8. Donnie Murphy- SS 9. Matt Tupman- C Bench: Ruben Gotay, Norris Hopper, Joe Dillon, Chris Lubanski, Mike Aviles Rotation 1. Zach Greinke 2. Luke Hochevar 3. J.P. Howell 4. Chad Durbin 5. Jimmy Gobble Closer: Tom Gordon RH: Ambiorix Burgos, Billy Buckner, Ryan Braun LH: Jeremy Affeldt, Tim Byrdak TIGERS 1. Curtis Granderson- CF 2. Frank Catalanotto- LF 3. Gabe Kapler- RF 4. Tony Clark- 1b 5. Daryle Ward- DH 6. Brandon Inge- 3b 7. Omar Infante- 2b 8. Chris Gomez- SS 9. Mike Rivera- C Bench: Ryan Raburn, Jack Hannahan, Mike Rabelo, Cody Ross Rotation: 1. Justin Verlander 2. Jair Jurrjens 3. Andrew Miller 4. Brian Moehler 5. Burke Badenhop Closer: John Smoltz RH: Francisco Cordero, Jason Frasor, Fernando Rodney, Joel Zumaya, Brian Corey LH: Trevor Miller TWINS 1. Jason Bartlett- SS 2. Joe Mauer- C 3. Michael Cuddyer- RF 4. Justin Morneau- 1b 5. Torii Hunter- CF 6. Jason Kubel- LF 7. A.J. Pierzynski- DH 8. Luis Maza- 3b 9. Luis Rivas- 2b Bench: Doug Mientkiewicz, Chad Moeller, Matt Tolbert, Rob Bowen Rotation: 1. Matt Garza 2. Nick Blackburn 3. Scott Baker 4. Kevin Slowey 5. Glen Perkins Closer: Pat Neshak RH: Juan Rincon, Jesse Crain, Matt Guerrier, Peter Moylan LH: J.C. Romero, Eddie Guardado WHITE SOX 1. Chris Young- CF 2. Aaron Rowand- RF 3. Carlos Lee- LF 4. Magglio Ordonez- DH 5. Joe Crede- 3b 6. Greg Nortan- 1b 7. Ray Durham- 2b 8. Miguel Oliva- C 9. Mike Morse- SS Bench: Mike Cameron, Frank Thomas, Ryan Sweeney, Bryan Anderson Rotation: 1. Mark Buehrle 2. Josh Fogg 3. Kip Wells 4. Brandon McCarthy 5. Gio Gonzalez Closer: Jon Rauch RH: Chad Bradford, Joe Borowski, Josh Rupe LH: Boone Logan, Bobby Seay, Royce Ring LINEUP Speed 1. Royals 2. Tigers 3. White Sox 4. Twins 5. Indians Power 1. White Sox 2. Indians 3. Twins 4. Royals 5. Tigers Depth 1. Indians 2. White Sox 3. Twins 4. Royals 5. Tigers Bench 1. Indians 2. White Sox 3. Twins 4. Royals 5. Tigers Fielding 1. Twins 2. Tigers 3. White Sox 4. Royals 5. Indians Overall Lineup 1. Indians 2. White Sox 3. Royals 4. Twins 5. Tigers PITCHING Rotation 1-3 1. Indians 2. White Sox 3. Tigers 4. Royals 5. Twins Rotation 1-5 1. Indians 2. Twins 3. Royals 4. White Sox 5. Tigers Closer 1. Tigers 2. White Sox 3. Twins 4. Indians 5. Royals Bullpen 1. Tigers 2. Twins 3. White Sox 4. Indians 5. Royals Depth 1. Twins 2. White Sox 3. Tigers 4. Royals 5. Indians Overall Pitching 1. Indians 2. Twins 3. Tigers 4. White Sox 5. Royals PROJECTED STANDINGS 1. Indians - The Indians have an overall balance that will be very difficult for any American League team to beat. The rotation is essentially the same as it is now, and the lineup has some needed pop in the middle to make it very dangerous. The bullpen seems to be the biggest weakness because there is no one dominating arm, but it is very deep and someone would step it up. 2. White Sox ñ The Sox have some nice power in the top of the order, but after Crede, the roster is filled with borderline MLB players. The same goes with the rotation. The top-3 are not bad, but Gio Gonzalez isnít even in the majors yet. The White Sox have a very strong chance to win the wild card with their batting order, but we will see how they compare to the Yankees and the AL West team later this week. 3. Twins ñ This team looks very similar to the real Twins team. The lineup is nice, but not scary. The rotation has potential, but definitely is not one to dominate. Unfortunately, the Twins have done a poor job developing major league players, so the roster actually has 4 catchers on it. 4. Tigers ñ After Granderson, the lineup goes downhill. All the other players are not even regulars in real MLB, so this hurts the Tigersí chances in HMLB. Smoltz would be better suited for the rotation, but he wants to close, giving the Tigers one of the best bullpens in baseball. 5. Royals ñ This Royals team is not too bad? Right? At least there is more power and better hitting, although the rotation still is pretty awful. Tom Gordon originally was drafted by the RoyalsÖin 1986. Tomorrow: AL West
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