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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Thu Apr 01, 2004 2:28 pm

Does anyone know where to get a list of the best ST performances - both offense and pitching?

Feel free to share some names that have attracted your attention - both big names and small.

For instance - I know JD Drew had a monster preseason - but what were his stats?
Wood had a gerat preseason too - as did Oswalt I believe.
What about the SD MI - did they finish hitting over .400?

ST stats fellas - let me have em!
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Postby John Bonzo » Thu Apr 01, 2004 2:29 pm

Off the top of my head, Beltran and Soriano both hit very well this spring.
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Postby inkubus » Thu Apr 01, 2004 2:30 pm

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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Fri Apr 02, 2004 12:41 pm

Thanks so much Ink.

Great stuff - I encourage everyone to check this out. I know ST means little, but you can still see whos been playing well, and maybe get some new sleepers.

I have scoured the lists andhave found many suprises, here are my top suprises mixed with some important names battling injury concerns:

A. Nunez - 54 ab, 9hr, 19rbi, .407 - HUH? Is he a sleeper that noone is talking about?
Dunn - 47, 6, 14, .404 - Holy Batting Average Batman!
Drew - 39, 5, 16, 410 - Expected when healthy - apparantly hes healthy
Cuddyer - 57, 5, 17, .404 - THE SLEEPER???
Loretta - 59, 3, 12, .475 - Still not sure what to make of that BA - any help?
Burroughs - 68, 1, 9, .412 - Is this the last yr you can get him off waivers?
Greene - 58, 2, 16, .345 - Same as Burroughs?
Ibanez - 61, 2, 16, .426 - Basically Edgar and Raul combined for all of SEA's RBIs this spring - can we expect output anything close to this during the season?
L. Gonzalez - 62, 3, 19, .452 - so much for the bum wing hurting his hitting ability
Piazza - 47, 4, 18, .362 - apparantly he's pretty healthy.
Sweeney - 47, 5, 17, .277 - he's close to healthy too - needs to get his eye back however
J. Guillen - 50, 6, 16, .360 - another bigtime sleeper candidate? how bout them rbis? can we expect those to balloon in that lineup?

A couple SB guys maybe?

Hall - 57, 1, 10, .421, 7SBs
Durrington 31, .452, 8SBs

Anyone care to add or comment on some of these guys?
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Postby nsulham » Fri Apr 02, 2004 12:47 pm

Cornbread Maxwell wrote:A. Nunez - 54 ab, 9hr, 19rbi, .407 - HUH? Is he a sleeper that noone is talking about?
Dunn - 47, 6, 14, .404 - Holy Batting Average Batman!
Drew - 39, 5, 16, 410 - Expected when healthy - apparantly hes healthy
Cuddyer - 57, 5, 17, .404 - THE SLEEPER???
Loretta - 59, 3, 12, .475 - Still not sure what to make of that BA - any help?
Burroughs - 68, 1, 9, .412 - Is this the last yr you can get him off waivers?
Greene - 58, 2, 16, .345 - Same as Burroughs?
Ibanez - 61, 2, 16, .426 - Basically Edgar and Raul combined for all of SEA's RBIs this spring - can we expect output anything close to this during the season?
L. Gonzalez - 62, 3, 19, .452 - so much for the bum wing hurting his hitting ability
Piazza - 47, 4, 18, .362 - apparantly he's pretty healthy.
Sweeney - 47, 5, 17, .277 - he's close to healthy too - needs to get his eye back however
J. Guillen - 50, 6, 16, .360 - another bigtime sleeper candidate? how bout them rbis? can we expect those to balloon in that lineup?

A couple SB guys maybe?

Hall - 57, 1, 10, .421, 7SBs
Durrington 31, .452, 8SBs


Nunez- Don't know much about him but from what I've read, it's highly unlikely they move Conine to 1st and bump Choi just to get him in the lineup.
Dunn- :-)
Cuddyer- Been wondering for a while why they don't give this guy the 2B job over Rivas.
Greene- Wanted to grab him but someone snapped him up right before me. Should be a good one.
Gonzalez- Just wait until he has to make a throw from the outfield. Bye bye season.
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Postby whitesox04champs » Sat Apr 03, 2004 1:37 am

David Ortiz, he has definetely improved his fantasy stock in my mind after an impressive pre season..................

Although many could care less, i have to mention the great RYAN SWEENEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Postby Shakim » Sat Apr 03, 2004 4:17 am

jose contreras is doing insanely well..
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Postby BigLebowski » Sat Apr 03, 2004 10:45 am

Jose Acevedo
Doug Davis
Arron Harang

ALL have great ERA's this spring. All will make the big league team, and all have had great K/BB ratio's.

You can most likely get them all for $1 as well.
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Postby canibus » Sat Apr 03, 2004 12:35 pm

Shakim wrote:jose contreras is doing insanely well..


So nice to see... ;-D
If he can maintain his focus, look out.
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Postby sinicalypse » Sat Apr 03, 2004 12:36 pm

cbs.sportsline.com busts out the stats real nicely and orderly
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