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Havok's 2010 Top 25 3B Rankings

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Re: Havok's 2010 Top 25 3B Rankings

Postby kellythemick » Sun Jan 31, 2010 10:37 am

Nice list. I do however agree that Zimm should be moved up. I don't see the risk hot4tx mentions. His measurable numbers last year are all sustainable and, given his age, I can foresee a progression.
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Re: Havok's 2010 Top 25 3B Rankings

Postby Montana168 » Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:19 am

this is probably the closest ranking that ive seen to my personal preferences. top to bottom looks great, although zimm should be a little higher but i've never been a fan of him and i would never draft him so its irrelevant to me. beckham and figgins look like the best value if you miss out on the elite top guys. i will probably be drafting 1 of those top 3 in most leagues because i like to lockup 3b, but with guys like kung fu panda, figgins, and beckham, this might be the first time in 2 yrs that i wont draft a 3b in the first 2-3 rounds because there are some guys i like later ;-D .
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Re: Havok's 2010 Top 25 3B Rankings

Postby Matthias » Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:20 am

Good list overall, but I don't know if Beltre should be in the #10 spot. I would be kind of surprised if he finishes in the top half of 3B at the end of the year.
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Re: Havok's 2010 Top 25 3B Rankings

Postby Steelers Rule » Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:06 pm

nice list havoc ;-D
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Re: Havok's 2010 Top 25 3B Rankings

Postby Havok1517 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:06 am

Actual 2010 Rankings

1. Bautista - Cough...moving on
2. Beltre - Nice season and one that will net him a multi-year deal
3. Longoria - Naggin injuries, but still produced
4. Wright - About where he was thought to end up
5. Rodriguez - Starting to age some but had 30-50 less ABs than the guys ahead of him
6. Zimmerman - I was a little bearish on him, nice season
7. Young - Hitting #2/3 in the lineup really goes a long way in Texas
8. Prado - His season and position eligibility really helps in fantasy
9. McGehee -I questioned his playing time but led MIl in RBIs
10. Cuddyer - Nice to see him this high
11. Youkilis - Was looking like an MVP candidate
12. Rolen - Turns out, all he needed to do was stay healthy
13. Reynolds - HRs were there but his avg and defense is a liability
14. Infante - All-Star utility man really helped out
15. Headley - Needs more power to get higher on this list
16. Uribe - Power was a surprise
17. Polanco - The rest of the Phillies really made him a player
18. Tejada - Traded and got SS eligibility back
19. Ramirez - Great when healthy and was some of the time
20. Walker - Surprise surprise
21. Wigginton - Roberts being out helped him stay in lineup
22. Figgins - Bad year but had steals like always
23. Keppinger - About what you can count on
24. Sandoval - Got Kung Fued and the trend continues in the playoffs, needs to lose about 40 lbs
25. Stewart - Hurt for some of the year, least about of ABs in Top 3B rankings, lost 2B eligibility too
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