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  • Current Top 10 Center Fielders Poll

    This is the seventh installment of the positon polls for current players. To vote, simple list the top 10 center fielders that are active in order from best (#1) to least (#10). The results will be tabulated and will be announced on jan 19 @ 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

    Right Fielders http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=38141
    1. Vladimir Guerrero
    2. Ichiro Suzuki
    3. Bobby Abreu
    4. Gary Sheffield
    5. Jose Guillen
    6. Brian Giles
    7. Jeff Francoeur
    8. Shawn Green
    9. Aubrey Huff
    10. Jermaine Dye
    Yankees '09

    Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

  • #2
    1. Andruw Jones
    2. Jim Edmonds
    3. Johnny Damon
    4. Brady Clark
    5. Ken Griffey Jr.
    6. Grady Sizemore
    7. Vernon Wells
    8. Carlos Beltran
    9. Juan Pierre
    10. Torii Hunter
    Last edited by E.Banks#14; 01-13-2006, 08:36 PM.
    A lot of people say this honor validates my career, but I didn't work hard for validation. I didn't play the game right because I saw a reward at the end of the tunnel. I played it right because that's what you're supposed to do, play it right and with respect. If this validates anything, it's that learning how to bunt and hit and run and turning two is more important than knowing where to find the little red light at the dug out camera. - Ryne Sandberg

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    • #3
      Carl Crawford regular position is LF. Baldelli should be returning to be the Devil Rays' regular CF in 2006.

      1. Jim Edmonds
      2. Johnny Damon
      3. Andruw Jones
      4. Brady Clark
      5. Vernon Wells
      6. Aaron Rowand
      7. Torii Hunter
      8. Grady Sizemore
      9. Carlos Beltran
      10. Ken Griffey Jr.

      Blah, hope I can edit this. Can't believe I forgot Hunter.
      Last edited by Evangelion; 01-13-2006, 07:38 PM.

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      • #4
        1. Andruw Jones
        2. Jim Edmonds
        3. Torii Hunter
        4. Johnny Damon
        5. Vernon Wells
        6. Grady Sizemore
        7. Brady Clark
        8. Carlos Beltran
        9. Ken Griffey, Jr.
        10. Juan Pierre
        Yankees '09

        Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Evangelion
          Carl Crawford regular position is LF. Baldelli should be returning to be the Devil Rays' regular CF in 2006.
          Okay, then I'm editing my post.
          A lot of people say this honor validates my career, but I didn't work hard for validation. I didn't play the game right because I saw a reward at the end of the tunnel. I played it right because that's what you're supposed to do, play it right and with respect. If this validates anything, it's that learning how to bunt and hit and run and turning two is more important than knowing where to find the little red light at the dug out camera. - Ryne Sandberg

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          • #6
            1. A. Jones
            2. edmonds
            3. Damon
            4. Hunter
            5. griffey
            6. Beltran
            7. Wells
            8. Sizemore
            9. Pierre
            10. Clark
            "All I had was natural ability."
            -Mickey Mantle

            55 chmps and I are always looking to extend our unbeaten trivia record!

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            • #7
              1. Andruw Jones
              2. Jim Edmonds
              3. Juan Pierre
              4. Carlos Beltran
              5. Ken Griffey Jr.
              6. Torii Hunter
              7. Johnny Damon
              8. Vernon Wells
              9. Steve Finley
              10. Kenny Lofton

              In my opinion ... Juan Pierre is the most underrated player on this poll. Yet, it makes sense, because speed is underrated in the major leagues in general. But, his numbers/accomplishments don't lie. Brady Clark is a bit overrated on this poll. And, again - in this situation - history counts. Thusly, Griffey could have gone #1 if it hadn't been for the injuries ... and Finley and Lofton definitely have to get some major historical points. But, that's just me.

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              • #8
                Brannu, you are aware of the season Pierre had last season, correct? Anyway, Brady Clark coming off a good solid season while Pierre coming off a horrid season. If Pierre can bounce back, then he would move up back in the league of elite CF. Right now, he's in disappointment section with players like Finley and Lowell. Doesn't mean they can't regain their glory.

                Also, Pierre's arm sucks. His speed makes up for his weak arm, which is similar to Damon.

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                • #9
                  1. Andruw Jones
                  2. Jim Edmonds
                  3. Carlos Beltran
                  4. Torri Hunter
                  5. Ken Griffey Jr.
                  6. Johnny Damon
                  7. Mike Cameron
                  8. Juan Pierre
                  9. Vernon WElls
                  10. Brady Clark

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Brannu
                    1. Andruw Jones
                    2. Jim Edmonds
                    3. Juan Pierre
                    4. Carlos Beltran
                    5. Ken Griffey Jr.
                    6. Torii Hunter
                    7. Johnny Damon
                    8. Vernon Wells
                    9. Steve Finley
                    10. Kenny Lofton

                    In my opinion ... Juan Pierre is the most underrated player on this poll. Yet, it makes sense, because speed is underrated in the major leagues in general. But, his numbers/accomplishments don't lie. Brady Clark is a bit overrated on this poll. And, again - in this situation - history counts. Thusly, Griffey could have gone #1 if it hadn't been for the injuries ... and Finley and Lofton definitely have to get some major historical points. But, that's just me.
                    Pierre's arm is bad, his range in CF is just decent... doesnt make many errors and his stealing of bases is overrated (gets caught way too much)... doesn't walk, doesnt hit for power, posted an OBP below .333 (reaching base once every 3 plate apperances) and an OPS below .700

                    Carlos Beltran does pretty much everything Pierre does, with a better arm in CF, better range, higher fielding percentage, could steal just as many bases at a better rate (not his fault the Mets dont let him run like the Royals and Astros did).... hits for power, walks more...

                    really no reason at all, using stats, Pierre should be higher than Beltran

                    I'll have my list in a day or too, goin to bed now

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                    • #11
                      I have a question for you guys:

                      We are doing another poll for Left Fielders.

                      My question is would you like to do one for DH's? RP's? SP's?

                      What do you think???
                      Yankees '09

                      Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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                      • #12
                        1. Andruw Jones
                        2. Jim Edmonds
                        3. Torii Hunter
                        4. Johnny Damon
                        5. Vernon Wells
                        6. Carlos Beltran
                        7. Brady Clark
                        8. Juan Pierre
                        9. Ken Griffey, Jr.
                        10. Rocco Baldelli

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Yankee Legend
                          I have a question for you guys:

                          We are doing another poll for Left Fielders.

                          My question is would you like to do one for DH's? RP's? SP's?

                          What do you think???
                          Might as well continue the fun.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Yankee Legend
                            I have a question for you guys:

                            We are doing another poll for Left Fielders.

                            My question is would you like to do one for DH's? RP's? SP's?

                            What do you think???
                            The DH thing is no competition. it's only a race for numbers 2-10, since even Yankee fans will have to honor Big Papi.

                            For relievers, would you consider separate ones for closers and setup men? I'm wondering if both could be acknowledged. If not, then relievers would logically (well, my logic, anyway) only have to include closers.

                            For starting pitchers, I think that would be great.



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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mattingly
                              The DH thing is no competition. it's only a race for numbers 2-10, since even Yankee fans will have to honor Big Papi.
                              This isn't necessarily true. Travis Hafner had a better OPS+ than Ortiz last year.
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