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  • Current Top 10 Right Fielders Poll

    This is the sixth installment of the positon polls for currnt players. To vote, simple list the top 10 right fielders that are active in order from best (#1) to least (#10). The results will be tabulated and will be announced on jan 12 @ 9 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 http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=37328
    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 http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=37484
    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 http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=37609
    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 http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=37793
    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

    Shortstops http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=37927
    1. Miguel Tejada
    2. Derek Jeter
    3. Michael Young
    4. Rafael Furcal
    5. Jhonny Peralta
    6. Jimmy Rollins
    7. David Eckstein
    8. Edgar Renteria
    8. Omar Vizquel
    10. Khalil Greene
    Yankees '09

    Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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    1. Vladimir Guerrero
    2. Ichiro
    3. Bobby Abreu
    4. Gary Sheffield
    5. Jeff Francoeur
    6. Brian Giles
    7. Jose Guillen
    8. Alex Rios
    9. Shawn Green
    10. Aubrey Huff
    Yankees '09

    Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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    • #3
      1. Ichiro Suzuki
      2. Vladimir Guerrero
      3. Bobby Abreu
      4. Gary Sheffield
      5. Jose Guillen
      6. Jeff Francouer
      7. Juan Encarnacion
      8. Jeromy Burnitz
      9. Aubrey Huff
      10. Emil Brown

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      • #4
        1. Vladimir Guerrero
        2. Ichiro
        3. Bobby Aberu
        4. Gary Sheffield
        5. Jeff Francouer
        6. Brian Giles
        7. Mike Cameron (if he quilifies)
        8. Jose Guillen
        9. Aubery Huff
        10. Richard Hildago

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        • #5
          1. Vladimir Guerrero
          2. Ichiro
          3. Gary Sheffield
          4. Bobby Abreu
          5. Jeff Francouer
          6. Jose Guillen
          7. Shawn Green
          8. Jeremy Burnitz
          9. Aubery Huff
          10. Kevin Millar

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          • #6
            1. Vladimir Guerrero
            2. Ichiro Suzuki
            3. Gary Sheffield
            4. Bobby Abreu
            5. Jose Guillen
            6. Shawn Green
            7. Brian Giles
            8. Jacque Jones
            9. Jermaine Dye
            10. Geoff Jenkins

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            • #7
              1. Vlad Guerrero
              2. Bobby Abreu
              3. Ichiro Suzuki
              4. Gary Sheffield
              5. Brian Giles
              6. Jose Guillen
              7. Sean Green
              8. Abrey Huff
              9. Geoff Jenkins
              10.Jeff Francouer
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              • #8
                1-Ichiro Suzuki
                2-Vlad Guerrero
                3-Gary Sheffield
                4-Bobby Abreu
                5-Jose Guillen
                6-Brian Giles
                7-Jeremy Burnitz
                8-Richard Hildalgo
                9-Jeff Francour
                10-Aubrey Huff

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                • #9
                  I'm curious, since Ichiro and Vlad seem to be dominating the top 2 spots, can people give me a reason why they picked on for the top spot, rather than the next? They're very different elite hitters, as one's a slugger who bats #3 I guess, and the other's a leadoff hitter who slaps the ball a lot, gets lots of infield singles.

                  Other than "eenie-meenie-minie-mo" (or however it's spelled), what made you good folks choose one over the next?

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                  • #10
                    1-Vladimir Guerrero
                    2-Brian Giles
                    3-Bobby Abreu
                    4-Gary Shefield
                    5-Jose Guillen
                    6-Ichiro
                    7-Jeremy Burnitz
                    8-Richard Hildalgo
                    9-Jeff Francour
                    10-Aubrey Huff

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                    • #11
                      Francoeur? PLEASEEEEEEEEE tell me thats a joke, he's played half a season in the majors... Next season he will struggle, he is way too aggressive, doesnt take pitches and with advanced scouting reports on his weaknesses he will flail away until he makes adjustments

                      Anyway, my list:

                      1 - Vladimir Guerrero
                      2 - Bobby Abreu
                      3 - Gary Sheffield
                      4 - Brian Giles
                      5 - Ichiro Suzuki
                      6 - Aubrey Huff
                      7 - Geoff Jenkins
                      8 - Jose Guillen
                      9 - Jermaine Dye
                      10 - Magglio Ordonez

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Mattingly
                        I'm curious, since Ichiro and Vlad seem to be dominating the top 2 spots, can people give me a reason why they picked on for the top spot, rather than the next? They're very different elite hitters, as one's a slugger who bats #3 I guess, and the other's a leadoff hitter who slaps the ball a lot, gets lots of infield singles.

                        Other than "eenie-meenie-minie-mo" (or however it's spelled), what made you good folks choose one over the next?

                        Thx.
                        It is amazing to me that a couple people have Brian Giles ahead of Ichiro ... that's just bazerko ... . But, then, I'm the only individual with Jacque Jones on their list. He always seem to come up with the big hit.

                        Anyway ... Vlad is such a total player. As is Ichiro. They do everything so well, but the added homerun power with Vlad puts him on the top. Because, not only is he going to bring it a lot of runs, and hit a lot of homeruns ... he's going to steal some bases, score some runs, hit for a high average, while making any baserunner think twice about taking third or home. To me, he can do everything that Ichiro can do ... plus some. I think he's the best OUTFIELDER ... not just Right Fielder. He's the truth.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Brannu
                          It is amazing to me that a couple people have Brian Giles ahead of Ichiro ... that's just bazerko ... . But, then, I'm the only individual with Jacque Jones on their list. He always seem to come up with the big hit.

                          Anyway ... Vlad is such a total player. As is Ichiro. They do everything so well, but the added homerun power with Vlad puts him on the top. Because, not only is he going to bring it a lot of runs, and hit a lot of homeruns ... he's going to steal some bases, score some runs, hit for a high average, while making any baserunner think twice about taking third or home. To me, he can do everything that Ichiro can do ... plus some. I think he's the best OUTFIELDER ... not just Right Fielder. He's the truth.
                          I have Giles over Suzuki because Suzuki is a singles hitter who doesnt walk a great deal... Giles hits around what Suzuki does (average wise) while walking a great deal more, hitting for much more power and driving in more runs...

                          Sorry just feel Suzuki is overrated myself, he does hit for a good average, but is a single really better than a walk really?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Astro
                            but is a single really better than a walk really?
                            Yes it is.

                            Plus Ichiro runs the bases better (not just stealing, where he wins as well).

                            Also, while Ichiro had a down year last year, Giles has been declining over the last 3 consecutive seasons, where he only averaged 19 HR's! Not real good for a "power" hitter. And hey, guess what? Ichiro tied him in HR's last season! So all he has going for him is his walks, as Ichiro also has him beat in defense as well.

                            Tell me, what has Giles ever led the league in? Nevermind, I'll tell you - walks - once. Even though Giles has been playing fulltime for 9 seasons, he loses out in ink scores considerably (2/48 to 20/65).

                            Well, that's just my take on it. Giles is still a good player, and I wish the best for him, but I still see Ichiro as being better.

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                            • #15
                              I wonder how many homers Ichiro would hit at Petco?

                              Ichiro hasn't had a single season within 10 OPS+ points of Giles's career mark, or .100 points of his career slugging.

                              Giles also holds a .40 lead in career OBP.

                              Ichiro's remarkable glove mitigates some of that difference, but probably not all.

                              I'll post my list probably tonight or tomorrow. There's a good amount of quality RFs.
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