But they are two completely different types of players so I would recommend that you do a few mocks with the 4th pick and take Reyes or Wright and see which team you like better. If you take Wright see if you can get steals and when you need to draft steals guys. If you take Reyes see what kind of 3B you end up with.
I have the 4th pick this year and I have been doing some mocks. Drafting either way both teams are similar but I am going to take Wright if he is there. He will produce the same or better in every category except steals and he will still get you 15-25. The only thing is in a couple of the drafts Longoria dropped to me in the 2nd round. If you knew he would drop you can take Reyes then him. I would still go with Wright though because most leagues you have a CI or Utility.
Tough call. One the one hand, Wright's raw numbers are probably a little better. On the other hand, it would be nice to get one of the top 3 SS because, after Rollins, there really is no true second tier. I need a tiebreaker. Mets manager Jerry Manuel is considering batting Reyes third. I think this is probably a bad idea as his skills are more suited to being a leadoff hitter. Also, Manuel told the media of his idea before he told Reyes, which I know is a bad idea. Maybe it's nothing, but it's enough for me to say I'll take Wright.
Wright all the way for me. I'm not sure why there's so much love for Reyes; yes he can almost singlehandedly win you the SB category, but getting a 5 category stud like Wright is the way to go in the first round. I'll take power over speed any day of the week.
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