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mocabeenow wrote:Let me ask you this my helpers of fantasy!!! If i have A-rod, and Renteria is not kept by one my buddies. How would you rate a infield in a 6 team league of Delgado, M. Giles, Renteria, A-Rod(3B)?
benjapage wrote:mookie, do you really expect tejada to go as late as the 3rd or 4th round? maybe it's because i have a few nostalgic a's fans in my league, but i expect him to go in the early or mid second round.
renteria is a less fashionable selection than nomar, but i might hold off until the second round and grab him then.
to the peeps in my league: i said, "i might..."
astimeexpires.com wrote:i think for the value renteria is the best. how can you argue with a .330 avg and 30+ sb's. that's just beautiful. plus the fact that he hits in front of rolen and pujols makes it even that much better. nomar has some question marks with regards to how he's going to react to the sox trying to trade him and miggy is on a new team now. you can't really tell how he'll adapt either. renteria doesn't have those question marks.
blankman wrote:I haven't read anything other than the topic question, so bear with me.
This coming from a Yankee fan, I'd take Nomar over Tejada and over Renteria. Its been my belief since Tejada wrongfully was given the MVP two years ago that he is massively overrated. Its a given that Nomar will at least hit .310 for you while .300 is a question for Tejada. I like the Boston lineup better than the Baltimore one for RBI opportunities.
One other thing that maybe hasn't been said is the pitching they will face. Nomar will be seeing a lot of Vazquez, Mussina, Brown but Tejada will also have to face Pedro, Schilling and Lowe.
For the record I'd take Nomar, DJ and Renteria over Tejada
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