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Postby Fade2White12 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 11:07 am

Geek wrote:1. Pujols
2. Johann Santana (most consistent pitcher, and more consistent than any hitter)
3. Beltran
4. Soriano
5. Wright
6. Howard
7. Bay
8. Crawford
9. Papi
10. A-Rod/Manny

There has definitely been a changing of the guard in terms of hitters.


Looks good to me, although not really in that order. I tihnk DLee might make it up there also if his return goes well. Cabrera possibly as well if he gets dealt to a decent team.
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Postby mrider » Wed Jun 21, 2006 11:09 am

Geeks look good to me. And why can't Soriano and Beltran be high up there. They dropped low this year and have been top notch no doubt.
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Postby Geek » Wed Jun 21, 2006 11:13 am

Fade2White12 wrote:
Geek wrote:1. Pujols
2. Johann Santana (most consistent pitcher, and more consistent than any hitter)
3. Beltran
4. Soriano
5. Wright
6. Howard
7. Bay
8. Crawford
9. Papi
10. A-Rod/Manny

There has definitely been a changing of the guard in terms of hitters.


Looks good to me, although not really in that order. I tihnk DLee might make it up there also if his return goes well. Cabrera possibly as well if he gets dealt to a decent team.


I think that #'s 6-12 will be kind of a toss-up. You have to throw Tejada (the #1 SS) into the mix as well.

Of course, these are just my personal rankings. There will be people who'll continue to swear by Mark Teixeira as a 1st rounder and A-Rod as a #2 overall, so I don't expect that I'll be drafting either in any leagues next year. Not so much because they're not great players, but because others will (imo) overvalue them.
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Postby jsphlly » Wed Jun 21, 2006 11:27 am

Based on redraft (non-keeper) vanilla 5x5:

1. Pujols
2. ARod
3. Bay
4. Soriano
5. Vlad
6. Wright
7. Santana
8. Ca. Lee
9. Ortiz
10. Manny

Bubble: Crawford, Beltran, Howard, Hafner, J. Reyes, Tejada, V. Wells
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Postby raiders_umpire » Wed Jun 21, 2006 12:02 pm

Fade2White12 wrote:
Looks good to me, although not really in that order. I tihnk DLee might make it up there also if his return goes well. Cabrera possibly as well if he gets dealt to a decent team.




.344, 10 homers, 50 runs, 45 rbis, 7 stolen bases. I don't think he has to be dealt to be a first rounder next year. The young Marlins should only be better next year, so his protection should be a bit better as well. That alone should bring up his RBI numbers, and hopefully lower his IBB.
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Postby Fade2White12 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 12:05 pm

I'm not saying he won't be a first rounder, just not top 10 compared to what the other players on that list are doing, or have done. If Cabrera, if he gets shipped to a team with better protections, is probably a shoe-in for a spot in the top 10.
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Postby activechamp2006 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 1:36 pm

jsphlly wrote:Based on redraft (non-keeper) vanilla 5x5:

1. Pujols
2. ARod
3. Bay
4. Soriano
5. Vlad
6. Wright
7. Santana
8. Ca. Lee
9. Ortiz
10. Manny

Bubble: Crawford, Beltran, Howard, Hafner, J. Reyes, Tejada, V. Wells


there we go.. finally someone puts bay where he deserves to be put ;-D and i agree with these except for carlos lee.. he needs to go out and beltran goes in.. jose reyes is definatly a top 15 pick for me next year, good on the bubble mention for him ;-D anyone who puts crawford as a top 10 pick is crazy.. hes a great top 15 pick, but should never go before the likes of a jason bay.. who will get you around 40hr 100+runs 100+rbis a 300+avg and 15+sbs.. bay is without a doubt a top 5 fantasy player.. but he is overlooked becaue of his name
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Postby ThunderSnarfer » Wed Jun 21, 2006 1:52 pm

1. Pujols
2. Wright
3. Santana
4. Rodriguez
5. Soriano
6. Beltran
7. Bay
8. Ortiz
9. Cabrera
10. Guerrero

11. Ramirez
12. Crawford
13. Tejada
14. Hafner
15. Reyes
16. Howard
17. Utley
18. Wells
19. Berkman
20. Lee

Dropped out: Teixeira, Young, Figgins, Peavy, Abreu
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Postby Chrisy Moltisanti » Wed Jun 21, 2006 2:02 pm

raiders_umpire wrote:
Fade2White12 wrote:
Looks good to me, although not really in that order. I tihnk DLee might make it up there also if his return goes well. Cabrera possibly as well if he gets dealt to a decent team.




.344, 10 homers, 50 runs, 45 rbis, 7 stolen bases. I don't think he has to be dealt to be a first rounder next year. The young Marlins should only be better next year, so his protection should be a bit better as well. That alone should bring up his RBI numbers, and hopefully lower his IBB.


You think Miggy will be in Florida next season? I highly doubt that.
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Re: Next Years Top Ten?

Postby jlm53089 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 2:22 pm

ToTheMax2005 wrote:Based on how you feel players will finish this year, who will be next years first rounders. Who's moving in and who's moving out.

What next years top ten? Post some Bubble players too if you cant narrow it down.

1. Pujols
2. A-Rod
3. Soriano
4. Wright
5. Beltran
6. Cabrera
7. Crawford
8. Bay
9. Santana
10. Ortiz

Bubble-Tejada, Hafner, Manny, Abreu, Utley



some guy named Vlad Gurrero should be on there but hey thats just history
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