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Postby MC_Hammer » Mon Feb 24, 2003 9:00 pm

1.Nomar
2.Jeter
3.Tejada

I believe ScurvyDog said: No offense to Nomar, but Tejada is like 26

Actually, Tejada is 28 ( :-t Naughty, naughty! You're not supposed to lie about your age). Nomar is 1 because, like everyone already said, average and power. One of these days I think he will put together a 40 HR year or a .400 year, or both. Tejada is 3 because last year's AVG. was a fluke. He's a lifetime .270 or so hitter, but if he posts a .300+ year, bumb him up to 2.
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Postby dnelms » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:10 pm

Tejada, Jeter, Nomar...but that's just me..
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Postby ScurvyDog » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:55 pm

Come on - everyone's doing it (lying about there age that is)

I still like Tejada over the other two.
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Postby Siege1386 » Mon Feb 24, 2003 11:11 pm

I got em down as Jeter, Tejada, and Garciapara on my website http://www.fsworld.net

Why?

Jeter has all the untangibles. And with all this offseason scuffle going on, I feel a response coming from Jeter on the field.

Tejada showed what he can do last season, and I think he will pick up right where he left off.

Nomar is only below Tejada because of his injury problems.
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Postby gregdub » Mon Feb 24, 2003 11:57 pm

Nomah a poor man's Tejada? Your not serious gypsy spot are you? How soon we forget. The same nomar who hit .370 when Tejada was batting .270. Nomar will bat at least 35 points higher than Tejada this year. Their other numbers should be pretty close.
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Postby HOOTIE » Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:10 am

Siege1386 wrote:I got em down as Jeter, Tejada, and Garciapara on my website http://www.fsworld.net

Why?

Jeter has all the untangibles.



Untangibles? Like pumping his fist?
Tejada won mvp with a 862 ops. Nomars ops was 890. Winning 20 straight will make you look better. Nomars had 1.000 ops years before. To me, Nomars still the 2nd best ss.
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Postby BGbootha » Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:12 am

Jeter, Tejada, then i like hernadez before garciaparra.
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Postby jpgretzky15 » Tue Feb 25, 2003 7:31 pm

gypsyspot wrote: Nomar is solid, but third because he is a poor man's tejada.


I could not agree less. Tejada is a poor man's Nomar. His OBP and average is not nearly on Nomar level, and Nomar is much more consistent.

1. Nomar
2. Tejada
3. Jeter
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Postby Phillies 2003 » Tue Feb 25, 2003 9:27 pm

This is pretty easy,

Nomar as long as he can stay healthy is number one, power isn't everything. Nomar hits for a ludicrious average when He is healthy and drives in an inordinate amount of runs.

Tejada he's got power and hitting but he's not quite the average of Nomar.

Jeter is over rated, he's consistantly tailed off over the past 2-3 years. He gets a lot of press because he is an above average player on the Yankees however he is not quite up to par with Nomar and Tejada, and not that it pertains to this list but he's no where close to A-Rod ;-D
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Postby Brendo » Tue Feb 25, 2003 9:40 pm

Jeter, Tejada, then i like hernadez before garciaparra.[/quote]

first off...i dont think hernandez will do much, even at coors.....you still have to make contact to see a big raise in numbers....and he dont make contact.

Second, I'm no Jeter apologist, but i think he stands out from the other two.
Last year he played through injuries, the key being....he played. Nomar doesn't. Plus Jeter gets you 25+ steals, and I feel his average can still go up..... .320 is a reasonable guess.

The other two (Nomar and Tejada) have better power, but no way Tejada has a .300 average.
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