The list is decent from 1-65 or so, I mean there are a lot of guys out of place but they're all within 20 spots of where they should be ranked. The important thing is you basically have the top 65 players in the top 65.
However, after around 65, everything starts falling apart very rapidly. In several instances, you just started naming SP, closers, and catchers 6 or 7 in a row.
Also, how is Posada not a top 300 player? and Bedard at 237?
Furcal is about 30 spots too low at 86. Dave Roberts and Corey Patterson in the top 100? Rickie Weeks is way too low at 131, and Ray Durham is having a better season than Jorge Cantu did last year, so Durham's gotta be higher than 181. and alot of the 2nd and 3rd tier starters need to ranked 50-100 spots higher.