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The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred *constantly updated*

Postby SteveJeltzPhanClub » Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:18 pm

UPDATED *again* based on Cafe suggestions:

1-20
Alex Rodriguez
Hanley Ramirez
David Wright
Jose Reyes
Matt Holliday
Chase Utley
Jimmy Rollins
Albert Pujols
Miguel Cabrera
Johan Santana
Ryan Howard
Carl Crawford
Prince Fielder
Ryan Braun
David Ortiz
Mark Teixeira
Jake Peavy
Alfonso Soriano
Lance Berkman
Brandon Phillips


21-40
Grady Sizemore
Erik Bedard
B.J. Upton
Carlos Beltran
C.C. Sabathia
Vladimir Guerrero
Carlos Lee
Troy Tulowitzki
Brandon Webb
Ichiro Suzuki
Jonathan Papelbon
Chone Figgins
Victor Martinez
Garrett Atkins
Aramis Ramirez
Josh Beckett
Alex Rios
Travis Hafner
Justin Verlander
Derek Jeter

41-60
Nick Markakis
Cole Hamels
Manny Ramirez
J.J. Putz
Francisco Rodriguez
Justin Morneau
Roy Oswalt
Derrek Lee
Russell Martin
Brian Roberts
Joe Nathan
Dan Haren
Magglio Ordonez
Carlos Guillen
Adrian Gonzalez
Roy Halladay
Bobby Abreu
Curtis Granderson
Scott Kazmir
Chris Young

61-80
Miguel Tejada
Chipper Jones
Adam Dunn
Takashi Saito
John Lackey
John Smoltz
Michael Young
Eric Byrnes
Torii Hunter
Felix Hernandez
Francisco Liriano
Tim Lincecum
Ryan Zimmerman
Brian McCann
Billy Wagner
Carlos Zambrano
Aaron Harang
Mariano Rivera
Jorge Posada
Rafael Furcal

81-100
Robinson Cano
Hideki Matsui
Daisuke Matsuzaka
Jeff Francoeur
Paul Konerko
Adrian Beltre
Gary Sheffield
Yovani Gallardo
Joe Mauer
Bobby Jenks
Carlos Pena
Corey Hart
Ben Sheets
Brad Hawpe
Rich Hill
Jose Valverde
Todd Helton
Vernon Wells
Jason Bay
Trevor Hoffman

101-120
Fausto Carmona
Shane Victorino
Mike Lowell
Huston Street
Dustin McGowan
Andruw Jones
Ian Kinsler
James Shields
Chris Young
Jim Thome
J.J. Hardy
Manuel Corpas
Alex Gordon
Brett Myers
Matt Cain
Matt Kemp
Javier Vazquez
Delmon Young
Rafael Soriano
Dan Uggla

121-140
Nick Swisher
Edgar Renteria
Juan Pierre
Chad Billingsley
Adam Wainwright
Jason Isringhausen
Jeff Francis
Rickie Weeks
Hunter Pence
Pat Burrell
Josh Hamilton
Tim Hudson
Francisco Cordero
James Loney
Howie Kendrick
Johnny Damon
Jarrod Saltalamacchia
Jeremy Hermida
Pedro Martinez
Brad Lidge

141-160
John Maine
Ryan Garko
Clay Buchholz
Carlos Delgado
Joakim Soria
Willy Taveras
Chien-Ming Wang
B.J. Ryan
Kosuke Fukudome
Aaron Rowand
A.J. Burnett
Jered Weaver
Jeremy Bonderman
Rich Harden
Chad Cordero
Scott Rolen
Ryan Theriot
Raul Ibanez
Eric Gagne
Frank Thomas

161-180
Kenji Johjima
Stephen Drew
Bronson Arroyo
Jacoby Ellsbury
Matt Capps
Hank Blalock
Dustin Pedroia
Orlando Cabrera
Barry Zito
Jermaine Dye
Kevin Gregg
Khalil Greene
Joey Votto
Aaron Hill
Brian Wilson
Julio Lugo
Josh Willingham
Joe Borowski
Jhonny Peralta
Ted Lilly

181-200
Brad Penny
Justin Upton
Todd Jones
Adam LaRoche
Kevin Kouzmanoff
Troy Glaus
Derek Lowe
Dontrelle Willis
Jason Schmidt
Shawn Hill
Ken Griffey Jr.
Dave Bush
Kelly Johnson
Michael Cuddyer
Jay Bruce
Michael Bourn
Troy Percival
Daric Barton
Jeff Kent
Brandon Lyon
Last edited by SteveJeltzPhanClub on Tue Feb 26, 2008 7:59 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby Sid Bream's Slide » Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:30 pm

At first/quick glance, that's too many relievers too early for my taste.
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby BigLebowski » Tue Feb 26, 2008 1:24 am

Needs a ton of work IMO....and you have Theriot on there twice.
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby The Artful Dodger » Tue Feb 26, 2008 1:32 pm

Problem is you have a lot of guys who are way too many hitters undervalued (i.e. Soriano, Vlad, Sizemore) and I think you're regarding closers higher than you really should.
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby Pogotheostrich » Tue Feb 26, 2008 2:07 pm

pitching as a whole seems to be too high.
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby makewayhomer » Tue Feb 26, 2008 2:12 pm

without knowing the rules of your league, can't comment
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby jake_harv88 » Tue Feb 26, 2008 2:32 pm

To see names like Figgins and Paps over Teixeira seemed odd to me. I agree with what has been said. You seem to be over valuing pitching as a whole and undervaluing big name sluggers like teixeira and lee...
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred

Postby SteveJeltzPhanClub » Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:51 pm

Alright- you guys are absolutely right- I've updated my list on the original post- I knocked down a bunch of the closers, and droped down Figgins, as well as brought up some of the OFs. This is good- the feedback is greatly appreciated!

The combined list is definitely challenging-

I have the rankings based on position, and IMHO the rankings are pretty tight. Just when you are combining Closers with 2B, and OFs with SPs that it really starts getting tricky!
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred *PART DEUX*

Postby Snakes Gould » Tue Feb 26, 2008 4:05 pm

i have huge disagreements in your top 20 even and thats pretty hard to accomplish.
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Re: The Steve Jeltz Top Two Hundred *PART DEUX*

Postby CadensDad » Tue Feb 26, 2008 4:17 pm

Snakes Gould wrote:i have huge disagreements in your top 20 even and thats pretty hard to accomplish.



I agree you'd honestly take Papelbon over Carlos Lee, Sizemore, Webb? still needs a lot of work
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