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  • #16
    Cubs

    1.Juan Pierre CF
    2.Todd Walker 2B
    3.Derrek Lee 1B
    4.Aramis Ramirez 3B
    5.Michael Barrett C
    6.Jacque Jones RF
    7.Matt Murton LF
    8.Ronny Cedeno SS
    9.pitcher

    1.Carlos Zambrano
    2.Mark Prior
    3.Greg Maddux
    4.Jerome Williams
    5.Glendon Rusch/Wade Miller (replaced by Wood when he comes off the DL, Williams moves to 5th.)

    Closer-Ryan Dempster

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    • #17
      Solair, have you seen the weak amount of bases eckstein steals for a lead-off hitter..? Well if you use Luna he will steal about 25 bases in a season. Also he could happen to have he breakthrough this season.
      Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Chisox73
        Chicago White Sox projected lineup;Could change drastically.

        1. Scott Podsednik,LF
        2. Tadahito Iguchi,2B
        3. Jim Thome,1B/DH
        4. Paul Konerko,1B/DH
        5. Jermaine Dye,RF
        6. AJ Pierzynski,C
        7. Joe Crede,3B
        8. Brian Anderson,CF
        9. Juan Uribe,SS

        Rotation
        1. Mark Buehrle
        2. Jon Garland
        3. Freddy Garcia
        4. Jose Contreras
        5. Javier Vazquez
        Brandon McCarthy will be waiting in the wings,right now he's our 6th guy.
        CL- Bobby Jenks
        You know your pitching is good when Vazquez is your 5th guy
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        • #19
          1. Placido Polonco 2B
          2. Carlos Guillen SS
          3. Ivan Rodriguez C
          4. Magglio Ordonez RF
          5. Dmitri Young DH
          6. Craig Monroe LF
          7. Chris Shelton/Carlos Pena 1B
          8. Brandon Inge 3B
          9. Curtis Granderson/Nook Logan CF


          1. Jeremy Bonderman
          2. Kenny Rogers
          3. Nate Robertson
          4. Mike Maroth
          5. Justin Verlander/Wilfredo Ledezma/Roman Colon
          CL Todd Jones

          Not a bad team, if they stay healthy, I think they could contend in the central.
          Chairman Emeritus of the r/baseballHOF

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          • #20
            CF Ryan Church (?)Brandon Watson, Marlon Byrd
            2B Jose Vidro (?)
            LF Alfonso Soriano (?)
            RF Jose Guillen
            1B Nick Johnson
            3B Ryan Zimmerman
            C Brian Schneider
            SS Cristian Guzman
            P-----------------

            1.Livan Hernandez
            2.Ramon Ortiz(?)
            3.John Patterson
            4.Brian Lawrence
            5.Ryan Drese(?)
            6.Tony Armas(?)
            7.Jon Rauch
            8. Michael Hinckley(?)

            SU Luis Ayala
            CL Chad Cordero
            LRP Jon Rauch (Spot)
            LRP Tony Armas (Spot)
            MRP Gary Majewski
            MRP Joey Eischen
            MRP Darrel Rasner (?)
            Last edited by wilkerson_rulz-06; 01-27-2006, 08:45 AM.
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            • #21
              San Diego Padres

              1. CF Mike Cameron
              2. SS Khalil Greene
              3. RF Brian Giles
              4. LF Ryan Klesko
              5. 3B Vinny Castilla
              6. 2B Mark Bellhorn
              7. C Doug Maribelli
              8. 1B Adrian Gonzalez

              1. Jake Peavy
              2. Chris Young
              3. Chan Ho Park
              4. Woody Williams
              5. Shawn Estes
              Cp: Trevor Hoffman
              Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Solair Wright
                I think the batting Lineup may be like:

                1. David Eckstein (SS-Leadoff)
                2. Jim Edmonds (CF)
                3. Albert Pujols (1B)
                4. Junior Spivey (2B) - I won't expect much out of him though
                5. Scott Rolen (3B)
                6. Juan Encarnicion (RF)
                7. Larry Bigbie (LF)
                8. Yadier Molina (C)
                9. Pitcher

                Not correcting you, but I think this will be the batting lineup for the Cards.
                For the most part I agree, but this is how I see it:

                1. Eckstein
                2. Encarnacion
                3. Pujols
                4. Edmonds
                5. Rolen
                6. Spivey
                7. Bigbie
                8. Molina

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                • #23
                  Cubs:

                  1 - CF Pierre
                  2 - 2B Walker
                  3 - 1B Lee
                  4 - 3B Ramirez
                  5 - RF Jones
                  6 - LF Murton
                  7 - C Barrett
                  8 - SS Cedeno

                  Major Bench Players: N. Perez, J. Mabry, H. Blanco, J. Hairston

                  Rotation:
                  1. Prior
                  2. Zambrano
                  3. Wood (once he comes back: expected to miss up to a month to start the year)
                  4. Maddux
                  5. Rusch/W. Miller (ditto Wood)

                  Bullpen:
                  J. Williams
                  Williamson
                  Eyre
                  Howry
                  Wuertz/Novoa/Ohman/R. Hill
                  CL - Dempster
                  Last edited by ndistops; 01-28-2006, 04:32 PM.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by HankAaron86
                    Solair, have you seen the weak amount of bases eckstein steals for a lead-off hitter..? Well if you use Luna he will steal about 25 bases in a season. Also he could happen to have he breakthrough this season.
                    He was our leadoff guy in 2005, and he was, and I must admit, pretty weak for a leadoff. It wasn't my choice that he was at the number one spot, it was La Russa's decision.

                    Every Met fan has been waiting, so now bring on the Mets lineup!

                    1. Jose Reyes - SS
                    2. Whoever the Second Baseman that's playing (Boone or Matsui) - 2B
                    3. Carlos Beltran - CF
                    4. Xavier Nady - RF
                    5. Carlos Delgado - 1B
                    6. Cliff Floyd - LF
                    7. David Wright - 3B
                    8. Paul LoDuca - C
                    9. Pitcher

                    (rearrange this for your liking)

                    Starter1: Pedro Martinez
                    Starter2: Aaron Heilmann
                    Starter3: Tom Glavine
                    Starter4: Victor Zambrano
                    Starter5: Steve Traschel (hope he rebounds from 2005 and posts similar numbers to 1996)
                    Closer: Billy Wagner

                    Man, this starting rotation makes me a little worried about bad pitching in our rotation...

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                    • #25
                      Seattle Mariners

                      --Mike Hargrove's projected line up and rotation
                      RF Ichiro
                      C Jojhima (personally I'd put Reed here)
                      LF Ibanez
                      1B Sexson
                      DH Everett
                      3B Beltre
                      CF Reed
                      2B Lopez
                      SS Betancourt
                      --Not exactly supercharged, but better than last year

                      SP1 Moyer
                      SP2 Washburn
                      SP3 Pinero
                      SP4 Meche
                      SP5 Hernandez (King Felix is easily our best pitcher but they want to limit his IP)
                      --This could be decent (at best) or godawfull (at worst).
                      --It would take alot of things going right for the Ms to contend this year.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by leecemark
                        --Mike Hargrove's projected line up and rotation
                        RF Ichiro
                        C Jojhima (personally I'd put Reed here)
                        LF Ibanez
                        1B Sexson
                        DH Everett
                        3B Beltre
                        CF Reed
                        2B Lopez
                        SS Betancourt
                        --Not exactly supercharged, but better than last year

                        SP1 Moyer
                        SP2 Washburn
                        SP3 Pinero
                        SP4 Meche
                        SP5 Hernandez (King Felix is easily our best pitcher but they want to limit his IP)
                        --This could be decent (at best) or godawfull (at worst).
                        --It would take alot of things going right for the Ms to contend this year.
                        Yeah, like some strategic bus accidents in Anahiem, Arlington, and Oakland.


                        It will be interesting to see how fast Jojhima is. Reed seems like the natural fit.
                        Johnny
                        Delusion, Life's Coping Mechanism

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                        • #27
                          --I don't think Johjima is very fast, but he does (or did in Japan anyway) have a very good OBP. He also has some power too, which Reed does not. If Reed makes the kind of progress his minor league numbers suggest he should, he is a natural for the 2 hole. He'll probably never be a big RBI guy down the lineup.

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                          • #28
                            Projected 2006 LA Angels of Anaheim

                            Lineup:

                            1. Chone Figgens 1B S
                            2. Orlando Cabrera SS R
                            3. Vladimir Guerrero RF R
                            4. Garret Anderson LF L
                            5. Juan Rivera DH R
                            6. Dallas Mcpherson 3B L
                            7. Jose Molina C R
                            8. Darin Erstad CF L
                            9. Adam Kennedy 2B L

                            Rotation

                            1. Bartolo Colon
                            2. John Lackey
                            3. Kelvin Escobar
                            4. Ervin Santana
                            5. Hector Carrasco/Jared Weaver/Chris Bootcheck

                            Bullpen

                            J.C. Romero
                            Esteban Yan
                            Brendan Donelly
                            Kevin Gregg

                            SU Man

                            Scot Shields

                            Closer

                            Francisco Rodriguez
                            "The AL Team representing Orange County" - Joe Buck "The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim near the Arrowhead Pond, south of Santa Barbera" - Dan Patrick "The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of California of USA...near San Juan Capistrano" - Peter Gammons...Chris Berman

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by HankAaron86
                              1. CF Coco Crisp
                              2. 2B Mark Loretta
                              3. DH David Ortiz
                              4. LF Manny Ramirez
                              5. C Jason Varitek
                              6. RF Trot Nixon ( My grandpapa met him the other day )
                              7. 3B Mike Lowell
                              8. 1B J.T. Snow
                              9. SS Alex Cora
                              Acutally Kevin Youkilis is being given the chance to start at first and J.T. Snow is going to fill a role like John Olerud did last season.
                              "As I grew up, I knew that as a building (Fenway Park) was on the level of Mount Olympus, the Pyramid at Giza, the nation's capitol, the czar's Winter Palace, and the Louvre — except, of course, that is better than all those inconsequential places." - Bart Giamatti

                              You go through The Sporting News of the last 100 years and you will find two things are always true. You never have enough pitchers, and nobody ever made money.
                              -Don Fehr

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                              • #30
                                Yea but Boston needs some Defense.
                                Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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