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1 minute ago, SongInTheAir said:

1. Jazz 2B

2. Aguilar 1B

3. Sanchize CF

4. Cooper DH

5. Wendle 3B

6. Soler LF

7. Anderson RF

8. Rojas SS

9. Stallings C

Why Soler in front of Andy, though?

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1 minute ago, SongInTheAir said:

1. Jazz 2B

2. Aguilar 1B

3. Sanchize CF

4. Cooper DH

5. Wendle 3B

6. Soler LF

7. Anderson RF

8. Rojas SS

9. Stallings C

Honestly I'd switch Wendle and Soler but otherwise, give it to me.

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4 minutes ago, Michael said:

Ha, you want him lower, I'd want him higher (by one).

Just not third, for sure. 

If anything, I say Andy 2nd, Aguilar 6th, and Soler 7th. Soler can serve as a sort of 2nd clean up hitter with the best bat to ball guy (Wendle) and a guy who has been walking a lot lately (Aguilar ahead of him to maximize the RBI opportunities.

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3 minutes ago, FishFan95 said:

If anything, I say Andy 2nd, Aguilar 6th, and Soler 7th. Soler can serve as a sort of 2nd clean up hitter with the best bat to ball guy (Wendle) and a guy who has been walking a lot lately (Aguilar ahead of him to maximize the RBI opportunities.

So:

Jazz
Anderson
Sanchez
Cooper
Wendle
Aguilar
Soler
Rojas
Stallings

 

Not against it, especially since we're spacing out the slower runners.

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6 minutes ago, FishFan95 said:

If anything, I say Andy 2nd, Aguilar 6th, and Soler 7th. Soler can serve as a sort of 2nd clean up hitter with the best bat to ball guy (Wendle) and a guy who has been walking a lot lately (Aguilar ahead of him to maximize the RBI opportunities.

Aguilar been doing much better than hitting 6th - so has BA for that matter. 

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