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Which low-end SS do you think will have the best '05?

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Postby Bukoski77 » Fri Mar 04, 2005 7:37 am

I agree with eftda that Crosby should be on that list.

I'd go Green slightly ahead of Crosby. Followed bye Wilson then Berroa.

After that I havent looked into the others enough to make my projections and decide yet.
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Postby wkelly91 » Fri Mar 04, 2005 8:13 am

Izturis, Cesar 670 90 193 4 62 43 25 0.2881 0.3296 0.3806
Lugo, Julio 581 83 160 7 75 54 21 0.2754 0.3380 0.3959
Vizquel, Omar 567 82 165 7 59 57 19 0.2910 0.3534 0.3880
Infante, Omar 503 69 133 16 55 40 13 0.2644 0.3169 0.4493
Greene, Khalil 484 67 132 15 65 53 4 0.2727 0.3490 0.4463
Berroa, Angel M. 512 72 134 8 43 23 14 0.2617 0.3078 0.3848


I like Izturis this year. He stepped up his performance last year and he will do as well or a little better this year. Here are his last three years:

2004 LA 670 90 193 4 62 43 25 0.2881 0.3296 0.3806
2003 LA 558 47 140 1 40 25 10 0.2509 0.2816 0.3154
2002 LA 439 43 102 1 31 14 7 0.2323 0.2533 0.3030

He made great strides in every category except HR's which is fine if you draft him late and use earlier slots for sluggers. Lugo had similar numbers but has less longterm upside. Berroa will bounce back and have a year similar to his rookie year. Greene I would wait a year on, more homers but less in every other category.
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