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Postby anth2421 » Fri Mar 05, 2004 3:26 pm

will he bat lead off this year...and what kind of stats will he have?





does anyone know of anywhere for great stat projections?
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Postby beej-lo » Fri Mar 05, 2004 3:29 pm

i've heard that he'll hit 2nd behind kaz matsui. i'd draft him for average and sb...he should put up good numbers, especially for a 2B/SS.
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Postby Baseballer02 » Fri Mar 05, 2004 3:29 pm

Not sure where he's hitting. But it seems everyone is projecting him for somewhere around .300-15HR-40SB-80RBI.
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Postby bsblallstr » Fri Mar 05, 2004 4:18 pm

he has put on 15 pounds of muscle this offseason, and if you saw yesterday's game, he hasnt lost any speed, so i think his power totals may be a little higher this year than everyone expects. he is a hard worker, i love the guy.
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Postby LBJackal » Fri Mar 05, 2004 4:26 pm

Don't know how you can gauge somebody's speed by watching a single ST game. But he should put up good SB's nonetheless, and have good BA and R. I can see Kaz moving to #2 in the order eventually and Reyes at leadoff since Kaz has more power, and Reyes probably has more speed.

Once he gets 2B eligibility, he's going to be a highly liquidable commodity. The added muscle mass should increase his chances of getting those 15 HR's people are predicitng. I'd take him over Kaz probably.
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Postby red » Fri Mar 05, 2004 8:11 pm

My hunch is that Reyes will lead off, Matsui seems to be more like Jeter with the bat (more strikeouts, though) but he has a little power and speed. Reyes is more prototypical leadoff, and he doesn't strike out.
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Postby tlef316 » Fri Mar 05, 2004 9:12 pm

i think he will hit leadoff and produce good stats. id give him a very good shot at being in the top 6-7 2B
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Postby canibus » Fri Mar 05, 2004 9:24 pm

LBJackal wrote:Don't know how you can gauge somebody's speed by watching a single ST game. But he should put up good SB's nonetheless, and have good BA and R. I can see Kaz moving to #2 in the order eventually and Reyes at leadoff since Kaz has more power, and Reyes probably has more speed.

Once he gets 2B eligibility, he's going to be a highly liquidable commodity. The added muscle mass should increase his chances of getting those 15 HR's people are predicitng. I'd take him over Kaz probably.


I was just about to ask who was more valuable. I have been drafting both, buth think I'll go with just Jose this time unless Kaz falls to me also. Jose having the added 2B elig. I think this contributes to his slightly superior value.
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Postby moose » Fri Mar 05, 2004 11:00 pm

Reyes is batting in his natural spot - 2nd.

He has put on muscle and is noticeably bigger up top. He will hit for more power than most think but not this year.

I'd guess

.290, 16hr, 74rbi, 38 sbs


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