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Postby OneLoveBoomer » Mon Aug 28, 2006 1:04 am

You know what, I'd take Dye over Suzuki.

Rephrase: If you have Dye on your team right now and someone offers you Suzuki straight up ... do you take Suzuki? I don't.
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Postby Big Hurt CPOY 06 » Mon Aug 28, 2006 1:17 am

anyone who gets 200 hits a year(michael young) should be ranked well above 48. Also, the 90-100 RBI's don't hurt.
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Postby mweir145 » Mon Aug 28, 2006 1:48 am

Webb over Carpenter, Dodger? Why? Carpenter beats him in every standard fantasy category this year with the exception of wins (the difference is one), and Carpenter has been doing this for a lot longer than Webb (2 great years before 2006). I'll take the sure thing, I just don't think Webb can match these numbers next year, and he'd have to do that to likely match Carp in fantasy production.
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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Mon Aug 28, 2006 2:09 am

My own personal list I have....

1. Soriano, Alfonso
2. Pujols, Albert
3. Ortiz, David
4. Rodriguez, Alex
5. Santana, Johan
6. Reyes, Jose
7. Crawford, Carl
8. Beltran, Carlos
9. Cabrera, Miguel
10. Ramirez, Manny
11. Guerrero, Vladimir
12. Wright, David
13. Howard, Ryan
14. Hafner, Travis
15. Utley, Chase
16. Sizemore, Grady
17. Tejada, Miguel
18. Bay, Jason
19. Morneau, Justin
20. Berkman, Lance
21. Dye, Jermaine
22. Wells, Vernon
23. Jeter, Derek
24. Suzuki, Ichiro
25. Ramirez, Aramis
26. Liriano, Fransisco
27. Lee, Carlos
28. Holliday, Matt
29. Damon, Johnny
30. Rollins, Jimmy
31. Halladay, Roy
32. Carpenter, Chris
33. Konerko, Paul
34. Thome, Jim
35. Giambi, Jason
36. Teixeria, Mark
37. Lee, Derek
38. Mauer, Joe
39. Nathan, Joe
40. Zambrano, Carlos
41. Smoltz, John
42. Ryan, B.J.
43. Jones, Andruw
44. Jones, Chipper
45. Rolen, Scott
46. Webb, Brandon
47. Kazmir, Scott
48. Papelbon, Johanthon
49. Young, Michael
50. Helton, Todd
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Postby The Artful Dodger » Mon Aug 28, 2006 12:34 pm

mweir145 wrote:Webb over Carpenter, Dodger? Why? Carpenter beats him in every standard fantasy category this year with the exception of wins (the difference is one), and Carpenter has been doing this for a lot longer than Webb (2 great years before 2006). I'll take the sure thing, I just don't think Webb can match these numbers next year, and he'd have to do that to likely match Carp in fantasy production.


Like I said, I'll be the oddball with Webb over Carpenter. That doesn't mean I rank Webb 5-10 spots over Carpenter. That would be a gross overstatement to say I'd take Webb over Carp by a dramatic margin when I'd rank them close to one another. I'll be the eccentric and prefer Webb over Carpenter. Webb is a few years younger and if you throw away his last awful outings, the guy is a stud when that sinker is working. Carpenter has more of a track record than Webb, but I think Webb is ready for the next level, and thus, I'd prefer him, not by a moderate margin, but by a slimmer margin. So, actually, I'd rank Webb, Halladay, and Carpenter after Carlos Lee, Bobby Abreu, or Matt Holliday on Moose's list.
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