Things like 15-20 SBs, 120+ Runs, an average that should, at the least, be within 15 points of Tejada's, and the "lineup of Mass Destruction" that surround Jeter are why I slotted the Yankee ahead of the Oriole Shortstop.
Unless a 29 year old Brian Roberts, who is returning from a ghastly elbow injury that could easily impact both his confidence and physical ability at the plate, is able to replicate his unconscious and career-best '05, Mel' Mora rebounds and is more the player he was during 2004, and Javy Lopez also reclaims '04 form (that is, 25 HR po'), Miggy' won't have quite as much value as he had in season's past due not to a lack of skill, but to the suspect lineup around him.
That being said, if things break right... Tejada could easily reclaim the 2nd... or even top-spot at the position.
As a "Shortstop on the Rise," you'll notice that Peralta's projections are markedly better than those of Eck', Felipe Lopez, Croz', and Furcal. That's because I think Peralta's an exceptional young talent. Although he could eventually be bumped to 3rd base, until that happens he will stake his claim as an elite fantasy Shortstop. Since he enjoyed his "breakout" season last year ('03 and '04 were hardly notable as he played a total of 56 games between the 2 seasons), I listed him under the aforementioned heading to draw added notice. Given his own skills and supported by Cleveland's impressive cast of mashers, Peralta should vault up the Shortstop standings quite rapidly. While I did not make it clear, he should be pulled off the draft board after Rollins, and I'd probably take him over the Philly' Shorty'.