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Postby jonnyblack » Mon Mar 01, 2004 2:33 pm

I like Cabrera, Kearns, and patterson. But I think that given the opportunity, I might draft Burrell because he just cant be as bad as last year, can he? L. Walk could be solid if he stays healthy.

One Corey Patterson Note - IMO had he not got hurt, this would be his year to have a monster. I think the injury set him back a year. I look for him to put up some decent numbers, but next year, another year away from an injury that traditionally takes about a year and a half to fully recover, i see him having a monster season.
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Postby Steve Kemp » Mon Mar 01, 2004 2:48 pm

[quote="Cornbread Maxwell"]L. Walker
L. Gonzalez
J. Gonzalez
T. Nixon

I would narrow the list down to those names.

As for which one to take, its a real tossup - you have old and injury prone guys that could hit 40 hrs, +.300 avg, and a young stud who might have 25/25 potential.

Personally, I like giving the bigime sluggers one last look this yr, so thats why Walker and the Gonzalez's top my list.[/quote]

I agree with this...
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Postby HOOTIE » Tue Mar 02, 2004 2:04 am

I like Kearns and Cabrera, although Damon, JGonzalez, Hidalgo solid.
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Postby donovan5 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 2:09 am

just had my draft, for what it is worth:

patterson went in the tenth
jaun gone in the 21st (obvisouly he got forgotten, I got him that late)
dmitri went early relatively, as he has thrid eligiblity in yahoo
L. gonzalez the seventh
H. Matsui (18th)

uncommon draft, a few mistakes eraly reverberated for a while
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Postby canibus » Fri Mar 05, 2004 1:50 am

Gibbons, Burrel, Walker or Dmitri Young?
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