Holy Hand Grenade wrote:He's not a top 5 guy, but I'm surprised Iguchi hasn't made a single list. He put up similar stats to a Cano or a Hudson, but with a dozen extra steals.
I like Iguchi, though his constant days off narked me last time out. Interesting to see where Weeks is ranked...maybe he's not such a good sleeper after all. Kent may be underrated- i just looked up his 05 numbers, and they're even better than i thought, whilst the team around him can hardly get worse.
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Last year, Kent was being dismissed as useless by many here and Loretta was ranked quite well also. And of course, according to Gleeman over at Rotoworld, he would not want Kent because he plans out keeper leagues 10 years into the future.
TheYanks04 wrote:Last year, Kent was being dismissed as useless by many here and Loretta was ranked quite well also. And of course, according to Gleeman over at Rotoworld, he would not want Kent because he plans out keeper leagues 10 years into the future.
Gleeman is an Idiot, 10 yrs?, would love to get him in a money league
George_Foreman wrote:looks like i'll be drafting polanco a lot next year.
Just goes to show how deep the position is, although Polanco's lack of HRs and SBs limits his value. But, I think you can make a credible case for him or Hall or Cano or Iguchi or Ellis (Hudson, too, if he'd ever learn to hit lefties). You have a real sleeper in the fact that Mike Lowell gained 2b eligibility. And then you have guys like Lugo, Reyes, and Barmes, who lost eligibility, but, who knows, may regain it. And then you have guys like Kinsler, Gotay, and Aybar in the wings.