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Postby Ender » Wed Dec 21, 2005 1:48 pm

Is there a complete list of that draft somewhere? Did a google but couldn't find it anywhere. Thanks.
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Postby blacksox » Wed Dec 21, 2005 2:18 pm

It's going to be posted eventually on Rotoworld. I have a copy in Excel format and can email it to you, if you contact me privately.
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Postby acsguitar » Wed Dec 21, 2005 3:17 pm

25 is such a big number..

I would say AROD over PUjols due to position and the SB's
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Re: Who are the top 24 fantasy players for 2006?

Postby Music2004Man » Thu Dec 22, 2005 12:09 am

nadacool wrote:So this is early and speculative, but what are everyone's top 24(essentially the first two rounds) fantasy baseball players. I'll start:

1. Alex Rodriguez (3B)
2. Albery Pujols (1B)
3. Vlad Guererro (OF)
4. Mark Teixeira (1B)
5. Jason Bay (OF)
6. Miguel Tejada (SS)
7. David Ortiz (DH)
8. Manny Ramirez (OF)
9. Johan Santana (SP)
10. Bobby Abreu (OF)
11. Carl Crawford (OF)
12. Miguel Cabrera (OF)
13. Derek Lee (1B)
14. Carlos Beltran (OF)
15. Andruw Jones (OF)
16. Barry Bonds (OF)
17. Alfonso Soriano (2B)
18. David Wright (3B)
19. Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
20. Michael Young (SS)
21. Mariano Rivera (RP)
22. Travis Hafner (1B)
23. Pedro Martinez (SP)
24. Gary Sheffield (OF)


Just a couple of thoughts.....

Too high
1. Bay is too high after having one good year
2. Tejada might need to slip alittle on your rankings
3. I think Andruw Jones might be too high as I see him hitting closer to 30 HR's next year than 50 (Derek Lee is in the same boat)
4. Bonds is too high, I remember seeing that he will only play 120 games next year

Too low
1. Miggy Cabrera needs to sneak up 2 spots or so even without a lot of lineup protection.
2. Michael Young should be closer to Miggy in your rankings
3. Sheffield needs to move up a couple of spots as well. Even if he is getting older that lineup is ridiculous now with Damon at the top.
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Postby NY Yankees Fan 2004 » Thu Dec 22, 2005 2:51 am

wow.. why is Jason Bay so high. I wouldnt even rank him in my top 25.
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Postby chris8 » Thu Dec 22, 2005 4:09 am

NY Yankees Fan 2004 wrote:wow.. why is Jason Bay so high. I wouldnt even rank him in my top 25.

Wow! I agree position 5 is too high, but not even in your top 25? I'd place him around the 11-15 mark.
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Postby silverZ » Thu Dec 22, 2005 10:36 am

I drafted Bay 12th overall in my mock draft. He's a .300 cleanup hitter with 30/30 potential. The RBIs and runs are a little low but its not like the pirates can get any worse(or can they? :-b )
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Postby -Slap- » Mon Dec 26, 2005 4:40 am

blacksox wrote:The Krause Publications experts league draft went like this (with Shandler, Poilot, Ambrosius, Funston, Cockroft, and others participating):

Alex Rodriguez (3B)
Albert Pujols (1B)
Vladimir Guerrero (OF)
Manny Ramirez (OF)
Johan Santana (P)
Mark Teixeira (1B)
Carl Crawford (OF)
David Ortiz (DH)
Miguel Cabrera (3B,OF)
Miguel Tejada (SS)
Derrek Lee (1B)
Bobby Abreu (OF)
David Wright (3B)
Jimmy Rollins (SS)
Ichiro Suzuki (OF)
Carlos Beltran (OF)
Jason Bay (OF)
Michael Young (SS)
Jose Reyes (SS)
Victor Martinez (C)
Todd Helton (1B)
Alfonso Soriano (2B)
Pedro Martinez (P)
Roy Oswalt (P)


Which "expert" threw away the 14th pick on Jimmy Rollins?
Aaron 755
Ruth 714
Mays 660
Griffey 593
Robinson 586
Killebrew 573
Jackson 563
Schmidt 548
Mantle 536
Foxx 534
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