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Postby messyjesse1 » Tue Feb 28, 2006 1:48 pm

Daric Barton
Bobby Jenks
Hanley Ramirez
Joel Guzman
Felix Pie
Carlos Quentin
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Postby Bobcatfan » Tue Feb 28, 2006 2:00 pm

1. Carlos Quentin
2. Bobby Jenks
3. Daric Barton
4. Joel Guzman
5. Hanley Ramirez
6. Felix Pie
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Postby EvSolo » Tue Feb 28, 2006 2:49 pm

1. Jenks - he is here NOW, has a secure job, and plays for the team wth the most 1 run victories last year. he could be scary good
2 Barton - they say the power will come
3- Guzman
4- Quentin
5- pie/ramirez
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Postby hybrid » Tue Feb 28, 2006 7:11 pm

C. Quentin - proven the most, though his numbers are inflated due to ballpark.
F. Pie - has so much talent and I think was starting to come into his own before the injury. just needs to work on his plate discipline more.
D. Barton - one of those minors leaguers that will obviously play in the majors, but you wonder how much he will really contribute fantasy wise.
J. Guzman - huge power, raw bat. has upside but you the probability of him reaching it aren't that high at the moment.
H. Ramirez - been overhyped for a while, but has the tools. he could turn it on and be very good, or just be an above avg player.
B. Jenks - to many question marks and I don't rank closers that high unless I think they will be among the elite.
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