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ahorsefish wrote:I will go with Ortiz. Their numbers are indentical but Ortiz is more consistent(looking at monthly numbers). That's a plus in h2h.
The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.
dcskater619 wrote:yeah, saying manny is going to have a better avg then ortiz should always be wrong. ortiz will hit over 300, manny will be in the 285-295 range...and their rbi/hr are very close. id say position is the only reason to take manny over ortiz (although i would take ortiz over manny personally)
BronXBombers51 wrote:Manny's .292 average last year was as low as it has been since 1998. Here are his averages for the past 7 years...
So what leads you to believe Manny is no better than a .285-.290 hitter now? Even if Manny is in decline, he'll likely hit higher than he did last year, and I'd venture to guess around .310. I don't forsee a situation in which Ortiz tops last year. I see him regressing, while Manny bounces back from a down year.
Ramirez over Ortiz, and position scarcity has little to do with it.
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