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Postby Another Blown Save » Wed Jun 21, 2006 3:39 pm

1 Pujols
2 Arod
3 Wright
4 Crawford
5 Vlad
6. Cabrera
7. Beltran
8. Bay
9. Hafner
10. Santana

Soriano's value for next year is really hard to predict right now because
1. We don't know if he gets 2B eligibility next year
2. We don't know where he'll be playing nex year
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Postby activechamp2006 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 3:49 pm

Another Blown Save wrote:1 Pujols
2 Arod
3 Wright
4 Crawford
5 Vlad
6. Cabrera
7. Beltran
8. Bay
9. Hafner
10. Santana

Soriano's value for next year is really hard to predict right now because
1. We don't know if he gets 2B eligibility next year
2. We don't know where he'll be playing nex year


crawford at 4? how do u figure.. more like 11 or 12.. he doesnt hit for much power and he plays 2 common of a position.. cabrera shouldnt be ahead of bay either.. and wright at 3's a bit 2 high..
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Postby NikkiSixx » Wed Jun 21, 2006 5:03 pm

Vlad not even on your bubble? You must have forgot him because he shouldnt be left off any top 10 list in my opinion.
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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 7:21 pm

If I had to draft tonight for the 2007 season, I would rank it like this:

1. Albert Pujols- The best player in baseball, simply put.
2. Johan Santana- The most consistant pitcher & very fun to own!
3. Carl Crawford- He's a year or two away from being the #1 pick.
4. Alfonso Soriano- Proving he can do it at RFK. The #1 player RIGHT NOW
5. Alex Rodriguez- Still a top 5 player, but no longer #1.
6. David Wright- Should be a lock for .300/30/20
7. Carlos Beltran- Going back to 2004 form.
8. Jason Bay- Having the year everyone thought he would.
9. Ryan Howard- Dare I say the next Pujols?
10. Vladimir Guerrero- Still a first rounder, but is being passed by some youth.
11. Miguel Cabrera- This guy is no joke.
12. Travis Hafner- Only a matter of time before he wins an MVP.
13. Ichiro Suzuki- 110+ runs, 40+ stolen bases, and might lead the league in average. Not bad.
14. Matt Holliday- The next Jason Bay.
15. Miguel Tejada- proving he is the best SS hands down.
16. David Ortiz- great power #'s but the average is lacking.
17. Vernon Wells- Finally having that breakout year.
18. Pedro Martinez- Still proving he's an ace.
19. Roy Halladay- Another 20 win season could be near.
20. Manny Ramirez- Still an elite player, but slowly on the decline.
21. Chase Utley- The best second basemen in the bigs. Peroid.
22. Grady Sizemore- Another guy that could be the next Bay.
23. Johnathon Papelbon- Proving he's the best closer in the bigs.
24. Brandon Webb- Finally proving what he is capable of.
25. Carlos Zambrano- Having a Johan like year.
26. B.J. Ryan- posting Brad Lidge type #'s.
27. Jose Reyes- no doubt will lead the MLB in steals.
28. Lance Berkman- Will drive in an insane number of runs.
29. Derek Lee- assuming he comes back strong...
30. Chone Figgins- gotta love those stolen bases.

On the bubble: Michael Young, Corey Patterson, Victor Martinez, Chris Carpenter, Mariano Rivera, Dan Haren, Barry Zito, Roy Oswalt, Andruw Jones, Derek Jeter, Billy Wagner, Joe Mauer, Fransisco Loriano
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Postby ToTheMax2005 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 7:42 pm

We get to keep 6 players for next year in the rounds we got them in.

Next year im looking at

1. Santana
2. Crawford
3. Hafner
4. Beltran
5. Ichiro
13. Webb

Pretty good start to a team Id say.
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Postby The_Met_Threat » Wed Jun 21, 2006 8:18 pm

1. Pujols (Will be here for a while)
2. A-rod (Can't just write him off, his season is not even all that bad)
3. Wright (Probably better than A-rod, but A-rods got the track record)
4. Soriano (40-40? Maybe, but either way thats like Beltran of 04, and Beltran was a top 4 pick then.)
5. Beltran (He's back)
6. Santana (Best pitcher in the game, likely for a while.)
7. Bay (One of the most underrated stars in the game.)
8. Hafner (will be the 2nd best 1B with his eligbility)
9. Cabrera (Florida or not hes lock for .325/30/100/100/10, and upside is as much as Pujols)
10. Carl Crawford (Nice and consistent)
11. Manny (Decline? The guy can still put up monster numbers at will)
12. Vladdy (likely will go first round because of track record)
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Postby Smee » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:41 am

I don't understand why Vlad is going so low, same with Ortiz. These guys aren't having awful seasons. When you're drafting first round, you're looking for predictable consistancy and both of these guys have solid track records.

I also think that someone's going to get a steal next year picking up Tex in the second or maybe even the third round.
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Postby Snakes Gould » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:53 am

ToTheMax2005 wrote:We get to keep 6 players for next year in the rounds we got them in.

Next year im looking at

1. Santana
2. Crawford
3. Hafner
4. Beltran
5. Ichiro
13. Webb

Pretty good start to a team Id say.



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Postby activechamp2006 » Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:13 am

Belle4Hall88 wrote:If I had to draft tonight for the 2007 season, I would rank it like this:

1. Albert Pujols- The best player in baseball, simply put.
2. Johan Santana- The most consistant pitcher & very fun to own!
3. Carl Crawford- He's a year or two away from being the #1 pick.
4. Alfonso Soriano- Proving he can do it at RFK. The #1 player RIGHT NOW
5. Alex Rodriguez- Still a top 5 player, but no longer #1.
6. David Wright- Should be a lock for .300/30/20
7. Carlos Beltran- Going back to 2004 form.
8. Jason Bay- Having the year everyone thought he would.
9. Ryan Howard- Dare I say the next Pujols?
10. Vladimir Guerrero- Still a first rounder, but is being passed by some youth.
11. Miguel Cabrera- This guy is no joke.
12. Travis Hafner- Only a matter of time before he wins an MVP.
13. Ichiro Suzuki- 110+ runs, 40+ stolen bases, and might lead the league in average. Not bad.
14. Matt Holliday- The next Jason Bay.
15. Miguel Tejada- proving he is the best SS hands down.
16. David Ortiz- great power #'s but the average is lacking.
17. Vernon Wells- Finally having that breakout year.
18. Pedro Martinez- Still proving he's an ace.
19. Roy Halladay- Another 20 win season could be near.
20. Manny Ramirez- Still an elite player, but slowly on the decline.
21. Chase Utley- The best second basemen in the bigs. Peroid.
22. Grady Sizemore- Another guy that could be the next Bay.
23. Johnathon Papelbon- Proving he's the best closer in the bigs.
24. Brandon Webb- Finally proving what he is capable of.
25. Carlos Zambrano- Having a Johan like year.
26. B.J. Ryan- posting Brad Lidge type #'s.
27. Jose Reyes- no doubt will lead the MLB in steals.
28. Lance Berkman- Will drive in an insane number of runs.
29. Derek Lee- assuming he comes back strong...
30. Chone Figgins- gotta love those stolen bases.

On the bubble: Michael Young, Corey Patterson, Victor Martinez, Chris Carpenter, Mariano Rivera, Dan Haren, Barry Zito, Roy Oswalt, Andruw Jones, Derek Jeter, Billy Wagner, Joe Mauer, Fransisco Loriano


bj ryan, papelbon closers ahead of the monster jose reyes? no way.. reyes is without a doubt a top 15 player.. with the season hes having.. the first closers dont go until atleast the 3rd round :-t and get figgins off there.. hes a load of nothing.. move crawford WAY down 2..
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Postby Geek » Thu Jun 22, 2006 8:18 am

activechamp2006 wrote:
Belle4Hall88 wrote:If I had to draft tonight for the 2007 season, I would rank it like this:

1. Albert Pujols- The best player in baseball, simply put.
2. Johan Santana- The most consistant pitcher & very fun to own!
3. Carl Crawford- He's a year or two away from being the #1 pick.
4. Alfonso Soriano- Proving he can do it at RFK. The #1 player RIGHT NOW
5. Alex Rodriguez- Still a top 5 player, but no longer #1.
6. David Wright- Should be a lock for .300/30/20
7. Carlos Beltran- Going back to 2004 form.
8. Jason Bay- Having the year everyone thought he would.
9. Ryan Howard- Dare I say the next Pujols?
10. Vladimir Guerrero- Still a first rounder, but is being passed by some youth.
11. Miguel Cabrera- This guy is no joke.
12. Travis Hafner- Only a matter of time before he wins an MVP.
13. Ichiro Suzuki- 110+ runs, 40+ stolen bases, and might lead the league in average. Not bad.
14. Matt Holliday- The next Jason Bay.
15. Miguel Tejada- proving he is the best SS hands down.
16. David Ortiz- great power #'s but the average is lacking.
17. Vernon Wells- Finally having that breakout year.
18. Pedro Martinez- Still proving he's an ace.
19. Roy Halladay- Another 20 win season could be near.
20. Manny Ramirez- Still an elite player, but slowly on the decline.
21. Chase Utley- The best second basemen in the bigs. Peroid.
22. Grady Sizemore- Another guy that could be the next Bay.
23. Johnathon Papelbon- Proving he's the best closer in the bigs.
24. Brandon Webb- Finally proving what he is capable of.
25. Carlos Zambrano- Having a Johan like year.
26. B.J. Ryan- posting Brad Lidge type #'s.
27. Jose Reyes- no doubt will lead the MLB in steals.
28. Lance Berkman- Will drive in an insane number of runs.
29. Derek Lee- assuming he comes back strong...
30. Chone Figgins- gotta love those stolen bases.

On the bubble: Michael Young, Corey Patterson, Victor Martinez, Chris Carpenter, Mariano Rivera, Dan Haren, Barry Zito, Roy Oswalt, Andruw Jones, Derek Jeter, Billy Wagner, Joe Mauer, Fransisco Loriano


bj ryan, papelbon closers ahead of the monster jose reyes? no way.. reyes is without a doubt a top 15 player.. with the season hes having.. the first closers dont go until atleast the 3rd round :-t and get figgins off there.. hes a load of nothing.. move crawford WAY down 2..


Reyes is definitely a top 15 pick to a lot of people. However, it's important to remember that he only helps your team in two categories--R's and SB's. Top 15 pick status should be reserved for guys who contribute in at least three--preferably 4-5.
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