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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 10:52 pm

1. Johan Santana
2. Jake Peavy
3. Mariano Rivera
4. Pedro Martinez
5. Roy Oswalt
6. Chris Carpenter
7. Rich Harden
8. Brad Lidge
9. Roy Holliday
10. Joe Nathan
11. Billy Wagner
12. Ben Sheets
13. Carlos Zambrano
14. Felix Hernandez
15. Fransisco Rodriguez
16. Mark Prior
17. John Smoltz
18. Randy Johnson
19. Dontrelle Willis
20. Houston Street
21. Mark Buehrle
22. Jason Isringhausen
23. Brandon Webb
24. B.J. Ryan
25. Barry Zito
26. Andy Pettitte
27. Bartolo Colon
28. Noah Lowry
29. Jason Schmidt
30. Chad Cordero
31. Eric Gagne
32. Derrick Turnbow
33. Tim Hudson
34. Mark Mulder
35. Josh Beckett
36. Scott Kazmir
37. Doug Davis
38. Ryan Dempster
39. John Lackey
40. Cliff Lee
41. Curt Schilling
42. Trevor Hoffman
43. Jose Valverde
44. Danny Haren
45. Kelvim Escobar
46. Fransisco Cordero
47. Freddy Garcia
48. Zach Duke
49. Brian Feuntes
50. John Patterson
51. Armando Benitez
52. Joe Blaton
53. A.J. Burnett
54. Bobby Jenks
55. Jose Contreras
56. Esteban Loaiza
57. Brett Myers
58. Tom Gordon
59. Chris Young
60. Bob Wickman
61. Eddie Guerrero
62. Matt Morris
63. Fransisco Liroiano
64. Chris Ray
65. Matt Cain
66. John Garland
67. Erik Bedard
68. Todd Jones
69. Javier Vazquez
70. C.C. Sabathia
71. Kevin Millwood
72. Brad Radke
73. Derek Lowe
74. Aaron Harang
75. Tom Glavine
76. Livan Hernandez
77. Mike Gonzalez
78. Oliver Perez
79. Jon Liebe
80. Mike McDougal
81. Chris Capuano
82. Jeff Weaver
83. Paul Byrd
84. Joe Borowski
85. Anthony Reyes
86. Daniel Cabrera
87. Carlos Silva
88. Roger Clemens
89. Keith Foulke
90. Kerry Wood
91. Jake Westbrook
92. Tim Wakefield
93. Brad Penny
94. Greg Maddux
95. Shawn Chacon
96. Mike Mussina
97. Chris Reistma
98. Chad Orvella
99. Kenny Rogers
100. Odalis Perez
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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Wed Feb 22, 2006 10:53 pm

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Postby BigLebowski » Wed Feb 22, 2006 11:00 pm

Well you can drop all those closers 10-20 spots....While they have value I would never be drafting Rivera in the 2-3 round...as this list would incidate.


When making pitching lists, it is better to make a starter list and a reliever list.

They have different jobs. ;-D
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Postby Another Blown Save » Wed Feb 22, 2006 11:02 pm

If this is a non-keeper, some of the young guys need to go down, like Felix and Kazmir
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Postby ukrneal » Thu Feb 23, 2006 6:59 am

Roy Holliday. Sorry, but that made me smile.

It's Roy Halladay (or Matt Holliday).

Also, there have been several other threads on this recently, I think bb51 (bronxbomber51?) did an interesting one recently.
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Postby stumpak » Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:12 pm

Borowski at #84 is highly optimistic. Is there anyone that would actually rather have him than Clemens?
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Postby rjforlife » Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:23 pm

id have to kick up brett myers. i know he had a tough 2nd half but sticking him down at 57 is cruel.

id move ryan above izzy, sheerly for the big difference in K's.


and mulder is way too high. id drop him about 30 spots.


sane with matt morris....i would never take him over guys like cain, vaz, sabathia, who should move up himself.



escobar has nice potential and stuff but no. 45 is much too high for him.


glavine over livan H and capuano is foolish, as glavine is waiver wire fodder.




i realize these seem like lots of changes, but its a top 100 so theres gonna be many discrepancy.



on the whole not a bad list.
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Postby bronxxbomber » Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:31 pm

I like the list, but I agree that it would be more effective to have SP and RP ranked seperately.
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Postby tbruihler » Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:53 pm

What do you think of this list for SP only...I ranked them based on projections, than used a formula to ranke them on a point system. For all practical purposes I only ranked them if they were on the top 3 of their teams rotation.
1. Santana
2. Peavy
3. Martinez
4. Oswalt
5. Carpenter
6. Harden
7. Prior
8. Sheets
9. Johnson
10. Halladay
11. Zambrano
12. Schmidt
13. Pettite
14. Webb
15. Lee
16. Willis
17. Millwood
18. Smoltz
19. Beckett
20. Patterson
21. Colon
22. Zito
23. Meyers
24. Lackey
25. Haren
26. Curnett
27. Lowry
28. Kazmir
29. Sabathia
30. Hernadez F.
31. Contreas
32. Buehrle
33. Escobar
34. Hudson
35. Davis
36. Cain
37. Vazquez'
38. Schilling
39. Hernadez L.
40. Bedard
41. Penny
42. Lowe
Blanton
43. Chacin
44. Mulder
45. Young
46. Sosa
47. Washburn
48. Eaton
49. Capuano
Garland
50 Chacon
51. Duke
52. Garcia
53. Musina
54. Morris
55. Harang
56. Loaiza
Chen
57. Santana
58. Perez
59. Glavin
60. Thompson
61. Silva
Towers
62. Lopez
63. Radke
64. Marquis
65. Pavano
66. Benson
67. Lawrence
68. Bonderman
69. Claussen
70. Vargas
71. wood
72. Byrd
73. Perez Oliver
74. Weaver
75. Lieber
76. Westbrook
77. Suppan
78. Francis
79. Loe
80. Zambrano V
81. Hernadez O
82. Wells
83. Maddux
84. Maholm
85. baker
86. Ohka
87. Rogers
88. Padilla
89. Moyer
90. Batista
91. Greinke
92. Williams W
93. Lilly
94. Lohse
95. Kim
96. Lidle
97. Williams Dave
98. Backe
99. Fossum
100. Ortiz Ramon
101. Wells
102. Rusch
103. Elarton
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Postby rjforlife » Thu Feb 23, 2006 3:03 pm

tbruihler wrote:What do you think of this list for SP only...I ranked them based on projections, than used a formula to ranke them on a point system. For all practical purposes I only ranked them if they were on the top 3 of their teams rotation.
1. Santana
2. Peavy
3. Martinez
4. Oswalt
5. Carpenter
6. Harden
7. Prior
8. Sheets
9. Johnson
10. Halladay
11. Zambrano
12. Schmidt
13. Pettite
14. Webb
15. Lee
16. Willis
17. Millwood
18. Smoltz
19. Beckett
20. Patterson
21. Colon
22. Zito
23. Meyers
24. Lackey
25. Haren
26. Curnett
27. Lowry
28. Kazmir
29. Sabathia
30. Hernadez F.
31. Contreas
32. Buehrle
33. Escobar
34. Hudson
35. Davis
36. Cain
37. Vazquez'
38. Schilling
39. Hernadez L.
40. Bedard
41. Penny
42. Lowe
Blanton
43. Chacin
44. Mulder
45. Young
46. Sosa
47. Washburn
48. Eaton
49. Capuano
Garland
50 Chacon
51. Duke
52. Garcia
53. Musina
54. Morris
55. Harang
56. Loaiza
Chen
57. Santana
58. Perez
59. Glavin
60. Thompson
61. Silva
Towers
62. Lopez
63. Radke
64. Marquis
65. Pavano
66. Benson
67. Lawrence
68. Bonderman
69. Claussen
70. Vargas
71. wood
72. Byrd
73. Perez Oliver
74. Weaver
75. Lieber
76. Westbrook
77. Suppan
78. Francis
79. Loe
80. Zambrano V
81. Hernadez O
82. Wells
83. Maddux
84. Maholm
85. baker
86. Ohka
87. Rogers
88. Padilla
89. Moyer
90. Batista
91. Greinke
92. Williams W
93. Lilly
94. Lohse
95. Kim
96. Lidle
97. Williams Dave
98. Backe
99. Fossum
100. Ortiz Ramon
101. Wells
102. Rusch
103. Elarton



the incredible amount of spelling errors aside, i really like this list the best of all the lists ive seen on here, right on par with how i have most ranked. the only glaring mistake is millwood too high and felix too low.



23. Meyers
26. Curnett
31. Contreas
39. Hernadez L.
53. Musina
59. Glavin


just some funny typos i saw, dont want to even think how bad my errors would be with 100 guys.

nice list. ;-D
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