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Postby davidmarver » Thu Jan 27, 2005 2:01 am

Mr. Smithers wrote:This is list of just pure 2b if I added guys that are eligable but dont play 2nd it could change a little bit.

1 Soriano
2 B Boone
3 M Young
4 Kent
5 Castillo
6 Vidro
7 Giles
8 Harriston
9 Durham
10 Walker
11 Figgins
12 E Young

This is how I think they will fair at a quick glance.


WHERE IN THE WORLD IS MARK LORETTA? He had the third best average in the ENTIRE NL last year, not to mention over 100 runs scored. And Eric Young is a freaking backup on our team this year.
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Postby mtarail » Thu Jan 27, 2005 2:03 am

bell wrote:
Erboes wrote:Cintron -- The kid can hit. He may not steal you many bases, but could be a consistent .300, 15-20 homer guy.

Unfortunately, Cintron shouldn't qualify for 2B this coming season. 9 GP, 5 GS at second.


True. But with Clayton coming and Counsell back in town Cintron--assuming that he even gets an everyday job--will be at 2nd.
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Postby davidmarver » Thu Jan 27, 2005 2:05 am

chefref22 wrote:1. soriano
2.boone
3.kent
4.vidro
5.giles
6.castillo
7.boone
8.young
9.durham
10.alomar
11.reyes
12.jimenez
13.ginter
14.hairston
15.hudson
16.rivas
17.belliard
18.kennedy
19.vina
20.iguchi


No Loretta? What a joke. Loretta had the highest average for a 2b by 28 points last year, not to mention the most runs for a second-baseman (not including Michael Young, a shortstop), the highest OPS for a second-baseman, 76rbi and 17 homeruns...all when the rest of the lineup had an off year last year. And he's not even in your top 20? Shows how out of touch some fans are with the game.

And where the hell is Brian Roberts on this list? Roberts was a stud last year as well.
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Postby LBJackal » Thu Jan 27, 2005 2:08 am

davidmarver wrote:
chefref22 wrote:1. soriano
2.boone
3.kent
4.vidro
5.giles
6.castillo
7.boone
8.young
9.durham
10.alomar
11.reyes
12.jimenez
13.ginter
14.hairston
15.hudson
16.rivas
17.belliard
18.kennedy
19.vina
20.iguchi


No Loretta? What a joke. Loretta had the highest average for a 2b by 28 points last year, not to mention the most runs for a second-baseman (not including Michael Young, a shortstop), the highest OPS for a second-baseman, 76rbi and 17 homeruns...all when the rest of the lineup had an off year last year. And he's not even in your top 20? Shows how out of touch some fans are with the game.

And where the hell is Brian Roberts on this list? Roberts was a stud last year as well.


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Postby davidmarver » Thu Jan 27, 2005 2:13 am

Wow, it's old. Hahaha.
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Postby prose749 » Thu Jan 27, 2005 3:16 am

whew,I was beginning to think there there was an epidemic and everyone lost their minds. Funny how things change from year to year.
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Postby firemanx » Thu Jan 27, 2005 3:51 am

what about Aaron Miles. I expect good things from him this year. He does play in Coors field, and is the starter. Looking for 15-50-.300 and 15 sb
http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2356864#2356864

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Postby CubsFan7724 » Thu Jan 27, 2005 8:04 am

First off people, Young doesn't qualify at 2nd anymore so stop putting him in. And does EVERYONE forget about Chone Figgins? I've seen like 5 top 20s that don't even have him! He plays 3 positions, has been guaranteed playing time, steals around 30+, will have a .300 or close to it average, and probably score 100 runs. Id say thats better than what Jerry Hairston, Roberto Alomar or Tadahito Iguchi gives you. Hes also better than Luis Castillo.
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