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Postby blankman » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:13 pm

Surprised it took this long to be posted

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American League

Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    AVG    HR    RBIs
C    Jason Varitek, BOS    S/R    33    2    .308    13    34
1B    Mark Teixeira, TEX    S/R    25    1    .286    22    64
2B    Brian Roberts, BAL    S/R    27    1    .359    13    44
3B    Alex Rodriguez, NYY    R/R    29    9    .323    20    66
SS    Miguel Tejada, BAL    R/R    29    3    .321    19    60
LF    Manny Ramirez, BOS    R/R    33    9    .275    20    70
CF    Johnny Damon, BOS    L/L    31    2    .343      4    42
RF    Vlad Guerrero, LAA    R/R    29    6    .350    14    47
DH    David Ortiz, BOS    L/L    29    2    .308    19    67

Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    W-L    ERA
SP    Mark Buehrle, CWS    L/L    26    2    10-1    2.42
SP    Bartolo Colon, LAA    R/R    32    2    11-4    3.06
SP    Jon Garland, CWS    R/R    25    1    13-3    3.29
SP    Roy Halladay, TOR    R/R    28    3    11-4    2.40
SP    Kenny Rogers, TEX    L/L    40    3      9-3    2.46
SP    Johan Santana, MIN    L/L    26    1      7-4    3.74
 
Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    SV    ERA
RP    Danys Baez, TB    R/R    27    1    13    2.83
RP    Justin Duchscherer, OAK    R/R    27    1      4    1.48
RP    Joe Nathan, MIN    R/R    30    2    22    3.67
RP    Mariano Rivera, NYY    R/R    35    7    17    0.88
RP    B.J. Ryan, BAL    L/L    29    1    18    1.67
RP    Bob Wickman, CLE    R/R    36    2    22    2.61

Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    AVG    HR    RBIs
C    Ivan Rodriguez, DET    R/R    33    12    .293      5    29
1B    Shea Hillenbrand, TOR    R/R    29    2    .305      8    37
1B    Paul Konerko, CWS    R/R    29    2    .246    19    53
1B    Mike Sweeney, KC    R/R    31    5    .299      9    37
2B    Alfonso Soriano, TEX    R/R    29    4    .277    20    51
3B    Melvin Mora, BAL    R/R    33    2    .300    14    46
SS    Michael Young, TEX    R/R    28    2    .325    12    43
OF    Garret Anderson, LAA    L/L    33    3    .309    10    60
OF    Gary Sheffield, NYY    R/R    36    9    .297    13    57
OF    Ichiro Suzuki, SEA    L/R    31    5    .301      6    27



National League
     
Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    AVG    HR    RBIs
C    Mike Piazza, NYM    R/R    36    12    .264    9    34
1B    Derrek Lee, CHC    R/R    29    1    .386    25    67
2B    Jeff Kent, LAD    R/R    37    5    .302    15    59
3B    Scott Rolen, STL    R/R    30    4    .250    5    21
SS    David Eckstein, STL    R/R    30    1    .290    2    23
LF    Carlos Beltran, NYM    S/R    28    2    .262    9    40
CF    Jim Edmonds, STL    L/L    35    4    .283    15    50
RF    Bobby Abreu, PHI    L/R    31    2    .314    17    52

Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    W-L    ERA
SP    Chris Carpenter, STL    R/R    30    1    12-4    2.60
SP    Roger Clemens, HOU    R/R    42    11      6-3    1.50   
SP    Livan Hernandez, WSH    R/R    30    2    12-2    3.32
SP    Pedro Martinez, NYM    R/R    33    7    9-2    2.74
SP    Jake Peavy, SD    R/R    24    1      7-2    2.89
SP    John Smoltz, ATL    R/R    38    7    9-5    2.68
SP    Dontrelle Willis, FLA    L/L    23    2    12-3    2.04
              
Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    SV    ERA
RP    Chad Cordero, WSH    R/R    23    1    29    0.85
RP    Brian Fuentes, COL    L/L    29    1    10    2.68
RP    Jason Isringhausen, STL    R/R    32    2    22    2.05
RP    Brad Lidge, HOU    R/R    28    1    18    2.73

Pos    Player    B/T    Age    Games    AVG    HR    RBIs
C    Paul Lo Duca, FLA    R/R    33    3    .308      2    33
1B    Albert Pujols, STL    R/R    25    4    .340    21    66
2B    Luis Castillo, FLA    S/R    29    3    .338    2    16
3B    Aramis Ramirez, CHC    R/R    27    1    .299    17    50
SS    Cesar Izturis, LAD    S/R    25    1    .275    1    20
SS    Felipe Lopez, CIN    S/R    25    1    .321    14    48
OF    Moises Alou, SF    R/R    39    6    .325    12    39
OF    Jason Bay, PIT    R/R    26    1    .311    15    41
OF    Miguel Cabrera, FLA    R/R    22    2    .341    16    59
OF    Luis Gonzalez, ARI    L/R    37    5    .302    11    50
OF    Andruw Jones, ATL    R/R    28    4    .280    26    59
OF    Carlos Lee, MIL    R/R    29    1    .270    22    72


Added:
Final Vote nominees

AL side:
Crawford
Jeter
Hunter
Matsui
Pods

NL side:
Hoffman
Myers
Oswalt
Wagner
Webb
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Postby blankman » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:15 pm

nevermind. Mis-statement
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Postby nsulham » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:24 pm

blankman wrote:I've only looked at the AL thus far and I'm surprised to not see Clement there. IMO he should have gotten the nod over Santana or Nathan.


While I agree he should have been selected, I'm personally not too broken up about it. Let him get the rest and be ready to duplicate his 1st half in the 2nd half.
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Postby blankman » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:26 pm

I missed Clement's last start. I stand corrected.
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Postby dyuen87 » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:26 pm

how in the world did rolen get voted in ahead of aram or ENSBERG?! come on i know rolen is good but ensberg has put up monster numbers. lets give this guy his due already.
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Postby blankman » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:28 pm

dyuen87 wrote:how in the world did rolen get voted in ahead of aram or ENSBERG?! come on i know rolen is good but ensberg has put up monster numbers. lets give this guy his due already.


Lets try to ignore the fan voting part. We've been through this too many times and obviously Piazza and Beltran shouldn't be there at all etc.

Lets focus on the rest of the selections.
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Postby EK711 » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:34 pm

Not to sound like a big homer, and I know that his hot streak was probably too late for when the players voted, but Hillenbrand at DH over Hafner? I feel sorry for ya Pronk. :,-(

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Hafner      .303  48  14  54  .957
Hillenbrand .304  52   8  37  .810
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Postby WittyC » Sun Jul 03, 2005 9:36 pm

I am surprised by the following (as far as non-fan voted players are concerned):

Sweeney 8-o
Izturis 8-o 8-o
and of course...
Hillenbrand 8-o 8-o 8-o 8-o 8-o

Toronto already had Halladay, so why the hell is Shea there? I mean, he's having a decent season, but c'mon.

BTW, who are the last guys up for player vote? Maybe Ensberg can get some redemption yet!
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