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Ultimate Team...Present

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Same as the Past thread...have fun...my team will arrive shortly!!

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Bushwacker

Here goes my attempt a team. A little personal preference always seems to sneak in.

C- Ivan Rodridgez
1B-Albert Pujos
2B-Alfonzo Soriano
SS-Derek Jeter
3B-Alex Rodriguez
LF-Barry Bonds
CF-Ken Griffey Jr
RF-Vladamir Guerrero
SP-Roger Clemons
SP-Curt Shilling
CP-Eric Gagne

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wade22

pretty much a carbon copy of bushwacker.
how impressive has Gagne been this year?

C-Piazza
1B-Thome
2B-Soriano
3B-ARod
SS-Miguel Tejada
OF-Bonds, Sosa, Beltran
SP-Clemons, Johnson
CP-Gagne

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First Ice-Mike

If I was going to build a team right now here's how it would go......

C - Joe Mauer
1B - Jim Thome
2B - Jose Vidro
SS - Derek Jeter
3B - A-Rod
LF - Albert Pujols
CF - Carlos Beltran
RF - Vlad
Starting Rotation - Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, Mark Mulder, Mark Prior, and Pedro

Closer - Gagne

Then I'd DH Bonds if they'd let me!!

FI

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ok, here I go, and sticking to my original format by the way...

1b- Thome
2b- Loretta
ss- Young
3b- Mora
c- Pudge
of- Sammy
of- Vlad
of- Ramirez
p- The Big Unit
p- Schilling
p- The Gambler
p- The Rocket
p- Mulder
cl- Gagne
res- Mora
res- Helton
res- Rolen
res- Bonds (as much as I hate to..lol)
res- Dougie Baseball...LOL...would you expect anything less from me?...LOL
Mgr- Don Baylor

[This message has been edited by Tom Herman (edited 07-02-2004).]

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wade22

I really like Mora at the hot corner. Excellent pick.

Now for Dougie Ballgame as a reserve smile.gif
Won't go there.

My outfield decision of Sosa over Ramirez may have been in error. Still not sure who I'd rather have THIS YEAR.

My weakest pick was Tejada at SS. But it's my team. Say his name five times out loud and he grows on ya. You have to say his name out loud though.

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Geeze, I have Mora twice!!

I'll put Lewwwwww...down as a reserve...Sorry, I'm such a homer...lol

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big_fish_guy

arod, arod, arod.. mora...
give me blalock anyday.

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Jarrod32

Here's mine, with an eye to having good defense at each position as well as stud hitters...

C...I-Rod
1B...Pujols
2B...Soriano
SS...A-Rod (he's more valuable at SS)
3B...Rolen
LF...Bonds
CF...Beltran
RF...Vlad Guerrero

Bench...Blalock, Ichiro, Sosa, Michael Young, and Piazza (I have every position backed up...Young at 2B/SS, Blalock at 1B/3B), Piazza at C, and two outfielders)

Starting Rotation: Pedro, Randy Johnson, Roy Halladay, Jason Schmidt, and Curt Schilling...as Randy and Curt are getting up in age, get ready to replace them with Javier Vazquez and Mark Mulder (with Prior and Wood not far behind).

Closer...gotta go with Gagne, with honorable mentions to Smoltz and Rivera. Those guys can all dominate the last inning (or two).

A lot of good players left off the list...

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Think putting together a present team is hard? Try doing a past team!!

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SledNeck_X

C I-Rod
1b Sean Casey
2b Soriano
SS Garciaparra
3b Rolen
OF Bobby Abreu
Guerrero
M.Ramirez
SP Mulder, Schmidt, Santana
CP Rivera

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    • leech~~
      Walleye Surplus Ends On Red Lake   "Drewes said Red Lake Nation will ratchet down its commercial harvest of walleyes at a similar rate per acre, capturing about 1 million pounds of walleyes in total. The band operates one of the largest freshwater commercial fisheries in the United States"   Needed for the Subsistence living of it 5,873 people! 😆😆
    • kelly-p
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    • Wheezy Outdoors
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    • Wheezy Outdoors
      Ice conditions have varied extremely across the Northland. From smaller lakes laden with slush and heavy snow having roughly 6”-9” of ice, to larger lakes having scant snow cover and moderately fishable ice in upwards of 5”. Although ice conditions have room for improvement, the fishing has been rather exceptional. The early season Walleye bite, is never disappointing to say the least. We are finding them in 6’-12’ of water and also in 17’-28’ on area lakes, working edges of the breaks off of flats or shoreline points. Small Spoons tipped with a minnow head or jigging raps have been the best. Also, try using set-lines with a simple set up, plain hook and a Shiner or Sucker Minnow. Crappies and Bluegills have been good on smaller bodies of water over the basins and along the weedlines. Look to the inside turns or weed points, most productive baits have been tiny spoons or tungsten jigs tipped with Clam Maki Plastics or a Waxworm. As it always is, mobility has been key to staying on active fish. “Hole-Hopping” and moving around following the school has led to the best results. As I write this report the outside temp is currently -9° and with the continuing weather it is safe to say we are going to be making some serious ice this week. So, we are looking forward to the week ahead of us, as ice conditions will continue to improve and become more traversable. Of course, we still advise you to take all necessary precautions, and remember No Ice is Ever Safe Ice.   -Alice Wiese Wheezy Outdoors Guide Service 218-275-7525    
    • leech~~
      I would really like to know what their scientific estimates formula is and how they came to it on released fish, instead of the SWAG they keep throwing out.    "Under the catch-and-release only regulation last year, walleye angler kill totaled just over 47,000 pounds, based on scientific estimates of hooking mortality — the amount of fish that die after they are caught and released." 
    • delcecchi
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    • bowhuntingboy1
      Like I said, I'm not gonna disagree with you. I just said what I've heard.
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