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Where do you rank...

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 5:23 am
by chinch sacs
M. Cabrera with other OFs (he doesn't qualify @3rd :,-( )

I'm thinking 3rd teir, but on the cusp of the 2nd

1st tier: (not in order)

Bonds, Vlad, Beltran, Ramirez, Abreu, Sheff and Berk

2nd tier: (not in order)

C. Lee, Damon, Edmonds, Giles, Crawford, Suzuki and Drew

3rd Tier: (not in order)

M. Cab, Sosa, Matsui, A. Jones, V. Wells and Pierre

What do you think? Will he out perform guys like Jones and Sosa? Is he as good as Lee or even Sheff? :-?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 5:33 am
by Baseballer02
Miggy is leagues ahead of Sosa, A. Jones, and Pierre. I've got him predicted for 105/35/115/5/.300, and is 8th in my OF rankings.

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 5:55 am
by chinch sacs
Baseballer02 wrote:Miggy is leagues ahead of Sosa, A. Jones, and Pierre. I've got him predicted for 105/35/115/5/.300, and is 8th in my OF rankings.


Are the 7 in front of him the same guys I listed in my 1st tier? Maybe minus Berkman now that he jacked up his knee...

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 7:07 am
by wkelly91
He is at the top of the second tier and will join the first tier after this year. ;-D

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 7:35 am
by Mustangs989
Carlos Beltran
Vladimir Guerrero
Manny Ramirez
Barry Bonds
Bobby Abreu
Carl Crawford
Gary Sheffield
Miguel Cabrera
Lance Berkman

That's where I have him.....so at the top of the 2nd tier near Berkman

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 8:28 am
by raiders_umpire
wkelly91 wrote:He is at the top of the second tier and will join the first tier after this year. ;-D



my thoughts exactly...i have him 9th right now but i expect him to be around #6 and closing on the top of the class after this year.....

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 12:59 pm
by dannahann
I have Mig ranked 7th amongst OF, near the top of my 2nd tier. Interestingly, If he had 3B elig, he'd sort into my 2nd tier there as well. But given all the excellent 3B options he might actually be more valuable as an OF :-?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 2:03 pm
by dleoboyd
Here's my take on the top OF:


Vladimir Guerrero
Carlos Beltran
Barry Bonds
Manny Ramirez

Bob Abreu
Miguel Cabrera
Gary Sheffield
Magglio Ordonez
Jim Edmonds
Adam Dunn


To me I see a break after the top 4, so I've got Cabrera in the 2nd tier.

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 2:18 pm
by Baseballer02
chinch sacs wrote:
Baseballer02 wrote:Miggy is leagues ahead of Sosa, A. Jones, and Pierre. I've got him predicted for 105/35/115/5/.300, and is 8th in my OF rankings.


Are the 7 in front of him the same guys I listed in my 1st tier? Maybe minus Berkman now that he jacked up his knee...


Replace Berkman with Maggs and that's the seven I have in front of Miggy. I have Berkman right behind Miggy.

Mustangs, aren't you putting way too much value in Crawford's steals to rank him that high in the OF?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 2:20 pm
by Baseballer02
dleoboyd wrote:Here's my take on the top OF:


Vladimir Guerrero
Carlos Beltran
Barry Bonds
Manny Ramirez

Bob Abreu
Miguel Cabrera
Gary Sheffield
Magglio Ordonez
Jim Edmonds
Adam Dunn


To me I see a break after the top 4, so I've got Cabrera in the 2nd tier.


Dunn in the top 10? His HRs are great, but there's more OFs who get just as many runs and RBIs as him without having a dismal average. I've got Dunn 17th in the OF. :-?