ajgnydc722 wrote:No I'm talking about overall. Is Jack Wilson better than Edgar Renteria?? Cuz his stats are right now!!
1B-Teixiera vs. Giambi. Teixiera has huge potential in the future, and Giambi is slumping like crazy (mainly due to his "four-pound" weight loss). Still, I've got to give it to the guy who's done it consistently for a long time.
2B-Soriano vs. Cairo/Wilson. No comparison necessary.
SS-M. Young vs. Jeter. Jeter's fielding has gone up this year, but he's in a steady decline regarding fielding and I expect it to go down. M. Young is a bright, exciting star who is making a case as one of the best shortstops in the league.
3B-Blalock vs. A. Rodriguez. Blalock has monster potential, but A-Rod is still A-Rod.
So, looking at it like this, the infields are even. But you have to take into account:
1.Giambi IS on the decline, while Teixiera is rising steadily
2.Teixiera and Giambi are close, while Soriano rips Cairo/Wilson to shreds (IE weighted edge)
3.I hate Derek Jeter
4.Blalock is one of the best young hitters in baseball with limitless potential, IE he's closer to A-Rod than Cairo/Wilson is to Soriano.
So, with my analysis, I have to give Texas the better overall infield.