bigboy1234 wrote:Are you sure Lind and Hirsh won't be starting? Kemp and Loney aren't even a prospects anymore, but I guess he may not have to for your draft.
If these are suppose to be in order, Braun definetly needs to be ahead of Fields. Really I just don't feel like going through all those players too.
Also not sure if you've ever heard of Will Inman, but he should definitely be on the pitchers list.
who may not have to ??? lol are you trying to confuse me? doesn't make sense to me but I'll remark on your other comments.
To be honest I think Fields and Braun are close and I think it's a preference as to which one you rank higher. Thats why they are right next to each other in the rankings because I really didn't know which one I wanted to rank higher. Fields will defeniately make a quicker impact on the bigs and thats why I have him higher.
Yes I have heard of Will Inman and I like him alot but you really think he's a top 30 pitcher?? Not me not yet
I meant to type they were I typed he.
Braun is clearly better than Fields in my opinion. Also Wood should probably be your 2nd best position player. Upton should be ahead of Longoria. Also I personally feel Hughes is better than Bailey but it can go either way I guess. Inman should definitely be on that list he's probably better than half of them. Also move Kershaw up to behind Hirsh, he's a lefty who has impressed me a ton so far.
Also some others that may belong on your list Adam Miller(pretty sure he'll start in AAA), Elvis Andrus, Salty(maybe), Travis Buck, Philip Humber(may start with Mets not sure), Nolan Reimold(maybe), and Ian Stewart.