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Postby bruuno2 » Mon Jan 23, 2006 3:50 pm

What do you think?
Tejada &Young,1or 2,Too close to call.either should be awesome
Jeter,run machine
Peralta,are we being tricked by his #s,i like him
Rollins,has he blossomed?
Furcal,new team......worth a chance
F Lopez,his power helped my team to a championship last year
Reyes,i know,what have i been smokin?Too injury prone for me,grab him if you need a base stealer though.I just think the players above have more to offer in this STRONG 2b position.
Barmes,An injury hampered his true potential
Crosby,one of many 10th ranked picks,i like him here
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Postby stumpak » Mon Jan 23, 2006 3:59 pm

Lugo has to be on that list. I could make an argeument for him over your 6-10 guys.
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Postby stumpak » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:00 pm

Actually, Lugo may be at least as good of a bet as Furcal as well.
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Re: My top 10 at SS..........

Postby kentx12 » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:00 pm

bruuno2 wrote:What do you think?
Tejada &Young,1or 2,Too close to call.either should be awesome
Jeter,run machine
Peralta,are we being tricked by his #s,i like him
Rollins,has he blossomed?
Furcal,new team......worth a chance
F Lopez,his power helped my team to a championship last year
Reyes,i know,what have i been smokin?Too injury prone for me,grab him if you need a base stealer though.I just think the players above have more to offer in this STRONG 2b position.
Barmes,An injury hampered his true potential
Crosby,one of many 10th ranked picks,i like him here
Come out with the guns ablazzin! :-o



IMO Jeter and Peralta are to high. I like Young then Tejada followed by Reyes, Rollins, Furcal then Jeter.
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Postby Thursday » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:39 pm

People are highly remiss in not making Young #1. Tejada's the guy that's been there for years, and that may be the root of the fact that he's still, for some odd reason, ranked as the #1 SS. Young is a robot at SS, and will put up nearly the same numbers this year.

Make Young the #1. Trust me.
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Postby Ender » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:42 pm

could you please make that list harder to read, I think I figured out what a few of the lines say.
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Postby silverZ » Mon Jan 23, 2006 4:54 pm

here are my ss rankings

Shortstops:
Tier 1:
-Michael Young
-Miguel Tejada

Tier 2:
-Derek Jeter
-Jimmy Rollins

Tier 3:
-Jose Reyes......could be tier 2 depending on your scoring
-Jhonny Peralta
-Rafael Furcal....moved up a tier

Tier 4:
-Felipe Lopez
-Clint Barmes

Tier 5:
-Julio Lugo
-Edgar Renteria
-Nomar Garciaparra

Tier 6:
-Bobby Crosby
-Orlando Cabrera
-Khalil Greene

Tier 7:
-David Eckstein
-Omar Vizquel
-JJ Hardy
-Bill Hall
-Angel Berroa
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Postby BritSox » Mon Jan 23, 2006 5:32 pm

No way is Barmes on a par with Furcal and Lopez.
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Postby Ender » Mon Jan 23, 2006 5:38 pm

I agree, barmes is too high on that list, especially for a guy you probably want to sit on the road.
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Postby DevilDriver » Mon Jan 23, 2006 5:38 pm

silverZ wrote:here are my ss rankings

Shortstops:
Tier 1:
-Michael Young
-Miguel Tejada

Tier 2:
-Derek Jeter
-Jimmy Rollins

Tier 3:
-Jose Reyes
-Jhonny Peralta

Tier 4:
-Rafael Furcal
-Clint Barmes
-Felipe Lopez

Tier 5:
-Julio Lugo
-Edgar Renteria
-Nomar Garciaparra

Tier 6:
-Bobby Crosby
-Orlando Cabrera
-Khalil Greene

Tier 7:
-David Eckstein
-Omar Vizquel
-JJ Hardy
-Bill Hall
-Angel Berroa


This list is almost perfect, except Barmes is too high.
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