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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Thu Jun 22, 2006 12:47 pm

The cafe has been ripping my posts to shreads here lately, and I'm guessing this one will be no different. But anyway here are my top 5 teams to win the World Series this year.

1. New York Mets: 91.75
Lineup: 92
Reyes, SS
Lo Duca, C
Beltran, CF
Delgado, 1B
Wright, 3B
Nady, RF
Milledge, LF
Valentine, 2B

Bench: 91
Floyd, Franco, Marrero

Rotation: 90
Martinez
Glavine
El Duque
Heilman
Soler

Bullpen: 94
Oliver
Bell
Bradford
Feliciano
Sanchez
Wagner
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2. Detroit Tigers: 90.5
Lineup: 89
Granderson, CF
Polanco, 2B
Pudge, C
Ordonez, RF
Guillen, SS
Shleton, 1B
Thames, LF
Monroe, DH
Igne, 3B

Bench: 82
Young, Infante

Rotation: 96
Rogers
Bondermen
Verlander
Robertson
Miner

Bullpen: 95
Spurling
Walker
Rodney
Zumaya
Jones
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3. Los Angeles Dodgers: 86.75
Lineup: 83
Lofton, CF
Furcal, SS
Garciaparra, 1B
Kent, 2B
Drew, RF
Kemp, LF
Saenz, 3B
Martin, C

Bench: 91
Alomar Jr., Either, Martinez, Navarro, Cruz Jr.

Rotation: 83
Lowe
Penny
Tomko
Sele
Billingsley

Bullpen: 90
Perez
Gagne
Baez
Broxton
Saito
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4. Chicago White Sox: 86.2
Lineup: 90
Podsednick, LF
Iguchi, 2B
Thome, DH
Konerko, 1B
Dye, RF
Crede, 3B
Pierzenski, C
Cintron, SS
Ozuna, CF

Bench: 73
Mackowiak, Uribe

Rotation: 88
Buehrle
Contreras
Vazquez
Garcia
Garland

Bullpen: 94
McCarthey
Cotts
Riskie
Jenks
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5. Boston Red Sox: 86
Lineup: 90
Youkilis, 1B
Loretta, 2B
Ortiz, DH
Ramirez, LF
Lowell, 3B
Varitek, C
Nixon, RF
Crisp, CF
Gonzalez, SS

Bench: 85
Pena, Cora

Rotation: 83
Schilling
Beckett
Wakefield
Lester
Johnson

Bullpen: 86
Taverez
Timlin
Seanez
Papelbon
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The Best of the Rest:
6. Yankees (85.2)
7. A's (85)
8. Cardinals (84.75)
9. Rangers (84.25)
10. Phillies (82.5)
11. Blue Jays (82)
12. San Diego (81.75)
13. Houston (81.5)
14. Arizona (81)
15. Cincinatti (80.5)
16. Cleveland (80.25)
17. Milwaukee (80.25)
18. Seattle (80)
19. San Fransisco (80)
20. Colorado (79.75)
21. Minnesota (79)
22. L.A. Angels (78.75)
23. Baltimore (75.5)
24. Washington (72)
25. Tampa Bay (69)
26. Flordia (68.5)
27. Atlanta (66)
28. Chicago (61)
29. Pittsburgh (58)
30. Kansas City (50)
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Postby acsguitar » Thu Jun 22, 2006 12:54 pm

Cool post.

My top 5 to win the series:

1. Mets
2. Yankees
3. White Sox
4. Red Sox
5. Blue jays

I'm thinking subway series
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Postby Dan Lambskin » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:23 pm

Are thos EA Sports baseball rankings?

anyway, i'd say:

White Sox
Mets
Red Sox
Tigers (although i still refuse to believe it)
Yanks
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Postby blankman » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:26 pm

Dan Lambskin wrote:Are thos EA Sports baseball rankings?


Lol, that's what I thought too :-b
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Postby mrider » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:43 pm

I think those are accurate but saying that the Tigers rotation is better then the White Sox is obsurd.

Buerhle better then Rogers
Contreas better then Bonderman
Garcia/Vazquez better then Verlander/Robertson
Garland better then Miner

Giving the Tigers rotation a 96 in the regular season is a stretch but maybe justified but during the playoffs I ould rather take the White Sox rotation in a heartbeat. Rogers is so old his arm is going to run out eventually. Bonderman is really incosistent Verland and Miner are rookies and Robertson has never been good. So during the playoffs I would give the Tigers a MAX 82
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Postby Brandaddy » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:45 pm

1. Mets
2. White Sox
3. Cardinals
4. Yanks
5. Red Sox
6. Dbacks
I love my Diamondbacks!
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Postby giants! » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:47 pm

mrider wrote:I think those are accurate but saying that the Tigers rotation is better then the White Sox is obsurd.

Buerhle better then Rogers
Contreas better then Bonderman
Garcia/Vazquez better then Verlander/Robertson
Garland better then Miner

Giving the Tigers rotation a 96 in the regular season is a stretch but maybe justified but during the playoffs I ould rather take the White Sox rotation in a heartbeat. Rogers is so old his arm is going to run out eventually. Bonderman is really incosistent Verland and Miner are rookies and Robertson has never been good. So during the playoffs I would give the Tigers a MAX 82



Contreras is probably just as good as Bonderman. Verlander Robertson are nearly as good as Garcia Vasquez. And Maroth when healthy is better than Garland.
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Postby SOUTHSIDE HITMEN » Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:51 pm

You give the Whitesox bullpen a higher score than the starting 5? If Kenny Williams were to do anything to improve the team it would be the bullpen. The bench also needs a higher score because we have Mackowiak, Ozuna, Gload and Cintron. They all can play different postions and are all solid bench players borderline starters. Also the yankees ranked ahead of the Sox is :-b and so is the Tiger rotation @ 96 8-o .
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Postby Red Sox Nation » Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:04 pm

1. Mets
2. White Sox
3. Red Sox
4. Blue Jays
5. Cardinals

Bubble- Dodgers, A's, Tigers, Astros
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Postby Amazing Oopah » Thu Jun 22, 2006 2:33 pm

uh, Heilman isn't on the rotation, Trachsel is ;-D

Dunno, Dodgers don't strike me as a top 5 contender. I would take them out and add the Blue Jays in my list.
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