dleoboyd wrote:Interesting rankings. That is the highest I've ever seen Melvin Mora and David Wright that is also the lowest I've seen Eric Chavez, what is the rationale you used in your rankings? Is this the order you would draft them in, or is this based on your projections for next season?
Mora .315 / HR 25 / R 100 / RBI 90 / SB 10
Chavez .280 / HR 32 / R 95 / RBI 95 / SB 8
Wright is the weakest link of my prelim projections because I am basing it on a half-year of ML production and minor league stats. That's just where he fell statistically for now.
Arod is alone at #1. From 2 - 10 (forgetting about Wright for a moment) I see 8 guys who are all going to produce very close to each other. Right now you could rearrange 2-10 in almost any order I think.