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This will be my second hack at the dynasty tracker and will try to make it better.

And if someone like to give advice on how to make my dynasty tracker more intresting let me know.Thanks.

I will have the same settings All-Star default sliders and ultimate rosters 2.53 and will be using the Cleveland Indians

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Lineup Card

CF Grady Sizemore

LF Coco Crisp

SS Jhonny Peralta

DH Travis Hafner

C Victor Martinez

2B Ron Belliard

1B Jeff Liefer(RHP), Ben Broussard(LHP)

3B Aaron Boone

RF Casey Blake


SS Ramon Vazquez

SS Jose Hernadez

C Josh Bard


SP Jake Westbrook RHP

SP C.C. Sabathia LHP

SP Kevin Millwood RHP

SP Cliff Lee RHP

SP Scott Elarton RHP


Brian Tallet LHP

David Riske RHP

Scott Sauerbeck LHP

Arthur Rhodes LHP

Rafael Betancourt RHP

Bob Howry RHP

Bob Wickman RHP

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Its opening day for the Tribe today, as they begin their start to what

hopes to be a very promising 2005 season. After a breakout 2004 season

from players such as Travis Hafner(.311,28,109) and Victor Martinez

(.283,23,108) the Tribe plans to build on those numbers. Their lineup

which has 6 returning starters has added 2 propects and a vetran. Grady

Sizemore and Coco Crisp are speedsters at the top of the lineup plan to

set the table for Jhonny Peralta and other indians sluggers throughout the

lineup. Aaron Boone will start at third base for the Tribe is comming off

reconstructive knee surgery, will be seeing his first action since the walk-

off home run against the Red Sox in the 2003 ALCS. Ron Belliard returns

at second as well as Casey Blake at RF. C.C. Sabaithia who has had a

ruff go at it as the Ace of the staff has been moved to the number two

spot in the rotation as the sinker baller Jake Westbrooke takes his spot.

Big Bob Wickman will return as the closer to shut things down at the Jake.

The Indians hope to get off on the right foot against the White Sox and

Mark Buehrle who are also looking to improve on a mediocre season last

year. Lets hope the Indians when against the North Siders(i think) and

start the season off right.

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The Indians were unable to beat the South Siders in a 7-3 blow-out of the tribe. The Tribe had tried to come back in the 9th with homers from Casey Blake and Coco Crisp but the Sox offense was too powerful. Belliard also chipped in with a homer.

CLE Batting:

Crisp 2-4 HR(1) RBI

Blake 1-3 HR(1) RBI

CLE Pitching:

Westbrook 13 hits 6 ER

Tallet O ER 2.1 IP

CWS Batting:

Rowand 2-4 HR(1) 2 RBI, R

Everett 2-3 2B 2 RBI

CWS Pitching:

Buehrle 5 hits 3 ER 5 SO

Hermanson 0 hits 1/3 IP

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