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Postby Surfs up » Thu Mar 01, 2007 9:16 am

As somebody watching the Rays everyday. Which player do you see being the over better player in 2008 and beyond? Brignac or Longoria?
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Postby Surfs up » Thu Mar 01, 2007 9:52 am

I have interest in one of these two. I have the first and second picks and the 7th pick in our ou coming draft. I already have Gordon, Hughes and Maybin on my minor league reserve. Wood, Butler , Adam Miller , Kendrick and Fields are taken. My thoughts were to grab Longoria with #1 and maybe Andrew Miller with # 2. We can also use the pick for players not taken in the draft that are on the 25 man roster. They do not qauify for the minor leaguers. I will watch what you have to say about these two very carefully. Nice to have somebody on the inside. Thanks
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Postby killa3312 » Thu Mar 01, 2007 3:38 pm

As someone who has seen both play in the minors, Brignac's defense is no where NEAR as bad as Upton's. Upton's problems stem from having god awful footwork and having a terrible work ethic. Brignac's footwork is solid, and he has a tremendous work ethic. I've seen Reid play live several times since he was drafted, and I'm fairly certain he'll be able to stay at short. He'll never win a GG there, but he'll be good enough to play the position.

His bat is what will carry him. He's the real deal and then some.
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