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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby Ender » Sat Jun 16, 2007 12:30 pm

Hanley was a much better fielder than Reyes last year when it comes to range etc, Reyes has been better this year though.

I still think those two are too close to call which is going to be better. Reyes isn't any better than Sizemore, Ramirez etc, he's just more hyped.
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby Yoda » Sat Jun 16, 2007 12:38 pm

dipset wrote:i can back it up that reyes is a better hitter. A good hitter does what..... hit the ball. Reyes 30 k's to sizemore's 70 that means reyes is better at hitting the ball.


Wow great logic... If we went by your method, then Polanco is the best hitter in baseball. :o
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby jswede » Sat Jun 16, 2007 6:27 pm

Yoda wrote:Reyes also wins in the "Wow" and larger media market department as well. But when it is all said and done, Sizemore is a superior player in real life.


If Sizemore played in NYC, he'd the the biggest sports star perhaps in the country - certainly in NY.
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby moose32 » Sat Jun 16, 2007 7:25 pm

jswede wrote:
Yoda wrote:Reyes also wins in the "Wow" and larger media market department as well. But when it is all said and done, Sizemore is a superior player in real life.


If Sizemore played in NYC, he'd the the biggest sports star perhaps in the country - certainly in NY.



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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby DevilDriver » Sat Jun 16, 2007 7:37 pm

jswede wrote:
Yoda wrote:Reyes also wins in the "Wow" and larger media market department as well. But when it is all said and done, Sizemore is a superior player in real life.


If Sizemore played in NYC, he'd the the biggest sports star perhaps in the country - certainly in NY.


Ummm... Reyes plays in NYC. ;D
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby RJ24VC15 » Sat Jun 16, 2007 10:29 pm

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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby dclark0699 » Sat Jun 16, 2007 10:35 pm

jswede wrote:
Yoda wrote:Reyes also wins in the "Wow" and larger media market department as well. But when it is all said and done, Sizemore is a superior player in real life.


If Sizemore played in NYC, he'd the the biggest sports star perhaps in the country - certainly in NY.


I'd have to say no to this notion simply because that is not his personality.

But I really like both of them. They both play hard and have fun. Two great stars for the next 10 years.

LEadoff Ability: Reyes
Middle of the order POtential: Sizemore
Defense: Push
Hitting for Average: Reyes
Hitting for Power: Sizemore
Speed: Reyes, but I will say it isn't a wide of a gap as people think. Sizemore just doesn't try as often.
Gap to Gap Hitting: Sizemore
Arm: Push

Being an Ohio boy, I still take Sizemore....but having either one of them is not a bad thing.
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby J35J » Fri Sep 21, 2007 5:45 pm

J35J wrote:
pokerplaya wrote: I'm almost positive he'll finish with at least 10, and likely at least 15.


The homerism is starting to squeak out I think.....I'll say 10 is his ceiling this year.


With just 10-11 games left this is coming down to the wire... :-D
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby rotoquest » Fri Sep 21, 2007 6:16 pm

Stats as of 9/21:
Reyes: 113 runs 10 hr 50 rbi 78 sb .288 ba

Sizemore: 115 runs 23 hr 74 rbi 33 sb .272 ba

With both batting leadoff, I guess you have to ask yourself, "are a few points in batting average and 45 stolen bases worth more than 13 homeruns and 24 rbi's." Personally, I'd rather have the steals.
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Re: Sizemore vs. Reyes

Postby pokerplaya » Fri Sep 21, 2007 6:33 pm

J35J wrote:
J35J wrote:
pokerplaya wrote: I'm almost positive he'll finish with at least 10, and likely at least 15.


The homerism is starting to squeak out I think.....I'll say 10 is his ceiling this year.


With just 10-11 games left this is coming down to the wire... :-D


Looks like we were both right, with you a little more so.. :-b

That said, he has been HORRIBLE the last 6 weeks. If he hadn't hit this skid (that I don't think anyone could have predicted, I think he would have at least hit 12-14.
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