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  • Current Top 10 Shortstops Poll

    This is the fifth installment of the positon polls for currnt players. To vote, simple list the top 10 shortstops that are active in order from best (#1) to least (#10). The results will be tabulated and will be announced on jan 5 @ 10 PM or 2 days after the last ballot was submitted. The points will be alloted based on the player's ranking on each list (1st place gets 10, 2nd gets 9, 3rd gets 8, etc.) Remember, YOU MUST LIST 10!!!!!

    Although you may vote for whomever you see fit I strongly urge you to consider offensive as well as defensive preformance. Also, try to rate players in either preformance in the 2005 mlb season or preformance in the last 3-4 years. However, you may can use career performance as a factor.

    Here are the results from previous polls:

    Catchers
    1. Victor Martinez
    2. Jason Varitek
    3. Joe Mauer
    4. Jorge Posada
    5. Ivan Rodriguez
    6. Ramon Hernandez
    6. Bengie Molina
    8. Mike Matheny
    9. Michael Barrett
    10. Paul Lo Duca

    First Basemen
    1. Albert Pujols
    2. Derek Lee
    3. Mark Teixeira
    4. Carlos Delgado
    5. Todd Helton
    6. Paul Konerko
    7. Jason Giambi
    8. Lance Berkman
    9. Richie Sexson
    10. Jim Thome

    Second Basemen
    1. Jeff Kent
    2. Alfonso Soriano
    3. Marcus Giles
    4. Brian Roberts
    5. Chase Utley
    6. Placido Polanco
    7. Robinson Cano
    7. Luis Castillo
    9. Craig Biggio
    10. Mark Loretta

    Third Basemen
    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Scott Rolen
    3. Miguel Cabrera
    4. David Wright
    5. Eric Chavez
    6. Morgan Ensberg
    7. Aramis Ramirez
    8. Troy Glaus
    9. Chipper Jones
    10. Melvin Mora
    Yankees '09

    Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

  • #2
    1. Miguel Tejada
    2. Derek Jeter
    3. David Eckstein
    4. Michael Young
    5. Omar Vizquel
    6. Edgar Renteria
    7. Jimmy Rollins
    8. Rafael Furcal
    9. Jose Reyes
    10. Nomar Garciaparra
    Yankees '09

    Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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    • #3
      Ok, i find it very funny that you put Jeter #2...Nomar??? Really?

      1. Miguel Tejada
      2. Khalil Greene
      3. Michael Young
      4. Rafael Furcal
      5. Orlando Cabrera
      6. David Eckstein
      7. Derek Jeter
      8. Jimmy Rollins
      9. Jhonny Peralta
      10. Omar Vizquel

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Boston Boxer
        Ok, i find it very funny that you put Jeter #2...Nomar??? Really?
        ok maybe jeter is not as good as he used to be. but he is still better than most other shortstops out their. but maybe a boston fan can't understand. despite being injured most of the season, nomar still hit pretty well in 2005.
        Yankees '09

        Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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        • #5
          1) Jimmy Rollins
          2) Rafael Furcal
          3) Derek Jeter
          4) Miguel Tejada
          5) Khalil Greene
          6) Johnny Peralta
          7) Michael Young
          8) Cezar Izturis
          9) Omar Vizquel
          10) David Eckstein
          Mentions: Garciappara(not worth all that money, overrated), Jose Reyes(good speed, average bat), O-Cab(awesome D, under-average bat)
          Cristobal

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          • #6
            1-Derek Jeter
            2-Michael Young
            3-Miguel Tejada
            4-Jose Reyes (and he'll only get better)
            5-Omar Vizquel
            6-Jimmy Rollins
            7-Nomar Garciapara
            8-Edgar Renteria (assumning last year was a fluke)
            9-Rafael Furcal
            10-David Eckstein

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Boston Boxer
              Ok, i find it very funny that you put Jeter #2...Nomar??? Really?

              1. Miguel Tejada
              2. Khalil Greene
              3. Michael Young
              4. Rafael Furcal
              5. Orlando Cabrera
              6. David Eckstein
              7. Derek Jeter
              8. Jimmy Rollins
              9. Jhonny Peralta
              10. Omar Vizquel
              This coming from someone who puts Khalil Greene as the 2nd best shortstop in baseball... I think you lose your speaking priveliges

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Astro
                This coming from someone who puts Khalil Greene as the 2nd best shortstop in baseball... I think you lose your speaking priveliges
                Astro's got a pont
                Be careful what you say, it could come back to HAUNT YOU!!
                Cristobal

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Astro
                  This coming from someone who puts Khalil Greene as the 2nd best shortstop in baseball... I think you lose your speaking priveliges
                  Precisely.

                  How can somebody rank Greene, Cabrera, and Eckstein ahead of Jeter and then have the audacity to question somebody else's choices?

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                  • #10
                    1. Tejada
                    2. Young
                    3. Jeter
                    4. Rollins
                    5. Peralta
                    6. Furcal
                    7. Reyes
                    8. Eckstein
                    9. Greene
                    10. Renteria
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Yankee Legend
                      1. Miguel Tejada
                      2. Derek Jeter
                      3. David Eckstein
                      4. Michael Young
                      5. Omar Vizquel
                      6. Edgar Renteria
                      7. Jimmy Rollins
                      8. Rafael Furcal
                      9. Jose Reyes
                      10. Nomar Garciaparra
                      Oh, man. No Yuniesky Betancourt in your list (Mariners). Jeter was given a gold glove over Angels Orlando Cabrera. That was a gift! Next year, no more gift for him because the Cuban kid from the Villa Clara Orange Growers (Cuban National League) will win it. In 2005, Betancourt came from the Mexican street to AA to AAA to the big leagues. The scouts are comparing him to Omar Vizquel!

                      Do you want to watch a gorgeous play?

                      Check the link below:


                      http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/team/p...ayer_id=435358

                      Under Multimedia, select Betancourt's Gorgeous Play.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by pacewon
                        Precisely.

                        How can somebody rank Greene, Cabrera, and Eckstein ahead of Jeter and then have the audacity to question somebody else's choices?
                        I personally find Jeter to be overated. Anyone can hae a mentality like him.

                        1. Micheal Young
                        2. Miguel Tejada
                        3. Khalil Greene
                        4. David Eckstein
                        5. Orlando Cabrera
                        6. Cesar Izturis
                        7. Rafeal Furcal
                        8. Bobby Crosby
                        9. Nomar Garciaparra
                        10. Tadihito Iguchi
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Cubano100%
                          Do you want to watch a gorgeous play?

                          Check the link below:


                          http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/team/p...ayer_id=435358

                          Under Multimedia, select Betancourt's Gorgeous Play.
                          Can't get the link to work.

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Guerrero Mad Man 2715
                            I personally find Jeter to be overated. Anyone can hae a mentality like him.

                            1. Micheal Young
                            2. Miguel Tejada
                            3. Khalil Greene
                            4. David Eckstein
                            5. Orlando Cabrera
                            6. Cesar Izturis
                            7. Rafeal Furcal
                            8. Bobby Crosby
                            9. Nomar Garciaparra
                            10. Tadihito Iguchi

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Bob Hannah
                              Can't get the link to work.

                              I just checked it. But if it does not work again for you, go to his MLB page. Type his last name in the search feature in the top right on MLB home page.

                              You will find two players with a Betancourt last name. Select Yuniesky Betancourt.

                              Under Multimedia, select either 56K/350K.

                              Guys, it was a great play. He did another great play just after this one in the same innings. It is worth watching!

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