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Postby giants! » Tue Aug 02, 2005 1:35 pm

This is the way I see the firast 5 rpunds 12 team draft reg cats for next year regardless of who ends up on one's team.( just like an adp chart)

1.1 Pujols
1.2 A Rod
1.3 Vlad
1.4 Tejada
1.5 ABreu
1.6 D Lee
1.7 M Cab
1.8 Pedro
1.9 Beltran
1.10 Soriano
1.11 Santana
1.12 M-Ram
2.1 Ortiz
2.2 Tex
2.3 Johnson
2.4 Ichiro
2.5 A Ram
2.6 Clemens
2.7 Crawford
2.8 Sheff
2.9 Matsui
2.10 Halladay
2.11 Delgado
2.12 Schmidt
3.1 Bonds
3.2 S Pod
3.3 Oswalt
3.4 Mariano
3.5 Peavy
3.6 Ensberg
3.7 Helton
3.8 Prior
3.9 Zambrano
3.10 Young
3.11 Carpenter
3.12 D Train
4.1 Rolen
4.1 Edmonds
4.3 Harden
4.4 C Lee
4.5 SMoltz
4.6 Garland
4.7 A Jones
4.8 Pierre
4.9 Mora
4.10 Jeter
4.11 Figgins
4.12 Bay
5.1 Dunn
5.2 Huff
5.3 Wood
5.4 Damon
5.5 V Wells
5.6 Schilling
5.7 Gagne
5.8 F Rod
5.9 Pettite
5.10 Sexson
5.11 Bonderman
5.12 Zito

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Postby bd3521 » Tue Aug 02, 2005 1:42 pm

Abreau will be one year older so persoanally i will drop him just a few notches. Also we have to consider what team Soriano will play for. He has a sick lineup right now and a great ballpark.
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Postby ilsa » Tue Aug 02, 2005 1:43 pm

usually in the first 5 rounds there's more of a rush for closers imo.
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Postby bd3521 » Tue Aug 02, 2005 1:45 pm

ilsa wrote:usually in the first 5 rounds there's more of a rush for closers imo.

yeah every league differs i guess. In my league Saves and Wins are both 10 pts so closers fly off the board bigtime!
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Postby Dawgpound 1613 » Tue Aug 02, 2005 1:57 pm

Not a bad list, but too early to me to start making lists since I'll have to see who ends up where and, even, how some of these players finishes up this year.

That said, if someone takes DLee with the 6th overall pick, I think they'll be making a big mistake, ala Beltre, by being swayed by one career year rather than his more likely output.

But, overall, nice job.
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Postby Fool42 » Tue Aug 02, 2005 2:00 pm

I think E Chavez may crack the first 5 rounds.
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Postby AT » Tue Aug 02, 2005 2:32 pm

Beltran being a 1st Round Pick is a joke right? Halladay is more valuable than Johnson IMO, and there are at least 5 pitchers that I'd rather take over Schmidt. Probably 10. Wood does not belong on that board, and Gagne shouldn't be there either for injury reasons. I'd knock Schilling down as well as Rolen and there's no way Harden falls where you have him. Pierre and Mora are also too high IMO. I'm not so sure I'd rather have Pedro than Santana, Halladay or Harden.
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Postby acsguitar » Tue Aug 02, 2005 3:32 pm

I still think AROD gets the Nod at 1st pick
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Postby AKhomebrewer » Tue Aug 02, 2005 3:36 pm

Dawgpound 1613 wrote:... if someone takes DLee with the 6th overall pick, I think they'll be making a big mistake, ala Beltre, by being swayed by one career year rather than his more likely output.

Beat me to the punch, Dawg.

Move Tex into the first round, Lee out of it. Everything else can be modified slightly.
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Postby bigh0rt » Tue Aug 02, 2005 3:37 pm

acsguitar wrote:I still think AROD gets the Nod at 1st pick


Not if I'm the guy with the top pick, he doesn't. Poo-holes all the way.
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