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  • Current Top 10 Starting Pitchers Poll

    This is the eleventh and final installment of the positon polls for current players. To vote, simple list the top 10 starting pitchers that are active in order from best (#1) to least (#10). The results will be tabulated and will be announced on feb 16 @ 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 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

    Center Fielders http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=38452
    1. Andruw Jones
    2. Jim Edmonds
    3. Johnny Damon
    4. Carlos Beltran
    5. Torii Hunter
    6. Vernon Wells
    7. Brady Clark
    8. Ken Griffey Jr.
    9. Juan Pierre
    10. Grady Sizemore

    Left Fielders http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...989#post464989
    1. Manny Ramirez
    2. Barry Bonds
    3. Jason Bay
    4. Hideki Matsui
    5. Miguel Cabrera
    6. Carl Crawford
    7. Cliff Floyd
    8. Pat Burrell
    9. Adam Dunn
    10. Scott Podsednik

    Middle Relievers http://www.baseball-fever.com/showth...863#post467863
    1. Scot Shileds
    2. Justin Duchscherer
    3. Kyle Farnsworth
    3. Tom Gordon
    5. Jesse Crain
    5. Julian Tavarez
    7. Yhency Brazoban
    8. Dannys Baez
    9. Cliff Politte
    10. Gary Majewski

    Closers http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=39064
    1. Mariano Rivera
    2. Brad Lidge
    3. Eric Gagne
    4. Billy Wagner
    5. Francisco Rodriguez
    6. Trevor Hoffman
    7. Joe Nathan
    8. Chad Cordero
    9. Jason Isringhausen
    10. Huston Street
    Last edited by Yankee Legend; 02-15-2006, 05:58 PM.
    Yankees '09

    Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

  • #2
    1-Johan Santana
    2-Dontrelle Willis
    3-Pedro Martinez
    4-Roger Clemens
    5-Cris Carpenter
    6-Jake Peavy
    7-Roy Halliday
    8-Roy Oswalt
    9-Mark Buehrle
    10-Randy Johnson

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    • #3
      If anybody is interested in lastyear's winshares leaders for pitchers, here they are.

      http://www.hardballtimes.com/winshar...P&leagueLimit=

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      • #4
        1. Johan Santana
        2. Dontrelle Willis
        3. Roy Oswalt
        4. Pedro Martinez
        5. Roy Halladay
        6. Jake Peavy
        7. Roger Clemens
        8. Chris Carpenter
        9. Mark Buehrle
        10. Rich Harden

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        • #5
          1. Johan Santana
          2. Dontrelle Willis
          3. Roger Clemens
          4. Roy Halladay
          5. Pedro Martinez
          6. Jake Peavy
          7. Chris Carpenter
          8. Mark Buerhle
          9. Roy Oswalt
          10. Tim Hudson
          I like cranberry sauce.

          "The Babe was a great ballplayer, sure, but Ty Cobb was even greater. Babe could knock your brains out, but Cobb would drive you crazy." - Tris Speaker

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          • #6
            1. Johan Santana - He's the total package. led in WHIP and SO's the last 2 years, with an ERA title (2 ERA+ titles), 140 ERA+, and he's only going to get better
            2. Dontrelle "D-Train" Willis - going on only 24 years old, 153 ERA+ last year, 5 shutouts, fun to watch
            3. Roger "Rocket" Clemens - If he comes back (I think he will), and is somewhat healthy, he is easily top 3, and that's at age 42! He could play forever, winning his 7th ERA title last year, with career low 1.87 ERA.
            4. Randy "Big Unit" Johnson - I think he still has what it takes, and we should see a much better year in '06 than we did last season.
            5. Pedro Martinez - He's lost some of what he had, but not much, he still threw down a 148 ERA+, and a sub 1.000 WHIP, expect more of the same.
            6. Andy Pettite - Houston seems to be working out for him, and he threw down a career best 2.39 ERA, and was second in that category (to Roger Clemens)
            7. Chris Carpenter - Is starting to come into his own, was second in IP, and SO's and led in complete games, so be watching him.
            8. Roy Oswalt - Doesn't get near as much attention as he should, was an integral part of the amazing Houston starters.
            9. Jake Peavy - He's young (24), but he has already shown some greatness, already has an ERA title under his belt, and had his best WHIP yet last year
            10. "King" Felix Hernandez - Still unproven to many, but I do expect him to be up there, with the best of them, even at his young age.
            Last edited by Edgartohof; 02-09-2006, 09:58 AM.

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            • #7
              1. Johan Santana
              2. Dontrelle Willis
              3. Roy Oswalt
              4. Chris Carpenter
              5. Roger Clemens
              6. Pedro Martinez
              7. Bartolo Colon
              8. Jake Peavy
              9. Mark Buerlhe
              10. Randy Johnson
              Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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              • #8
                1. Johan Santana
                2. Dontrelle Willis
                3. Chris Carpenter
                4. Roger Clemens
                5. Roy Halladay
                6. Pedro Martinez
                7. Roy Oswalt
                8. Randy Johnson
                9. Jake Peavy
                10. Mark Buerlhe
                Yankees '09

                Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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                • #9
                  1.Roger Clemens
                  2.Dontrelle Willis
                  3.Johan Santana
                  4.Pedro Martinez
                  5.Bartolo Colon
                  6.Chris Carpenter
                  7.Andy Pettitte
                  8.Roy Oswalt
                  9.John Smoltz
                  10.Jake Peavy

                  Chris Carpenter had an overrated year last season. He had a great won-lost record, but that had a lot to do with his run support. He was probably the worst hitting pitcher of all time last year as well.

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                  • #10
                    1: Roger Clemens
                    2: Johan Santana
                    3: Roy Halladay
                    4: Dontrelle Willis
                    5: Pedro Martinez
                    6: Roy Oswalt
                    7: Chris Carpenter
                    8: Carlos Zambrano
                    9: John Smoltz
                    10: Mark Prior

                    Edited in Halladay, woulda been a shame to leave him off.
                    Last edited by The Big C; 02-09-2006, 07:37 PM.

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                    • #11
                      1. Santana
                      2. Halladay
                      3. Martinez
                      4. Clemens
                      5. Oswalt
                      6. Willis
                      7. Peavy
                      8. Carpenter
                      9. Harden
                      10. Prior- how soom we forget


                      Honorable mentions: Smoltz, Pettitte, Zambrano among others

                      looks like the end of the line for Jason Scmidt, will he ever be back?
                      THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT COME WITH A SCORECARD

                      In the avy: AZ - Doe or Die

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by 538280
                        Chris Carpenter [...] He was probably the worst hitting pitcher of all time last year as well.
                        What are you talking about, he's your kind of hitter.

                        Low batting average, lotsa strikeouts, as many walks as hits, to bad his pitching gets in the way, or he'd be going to the Hall of Fame.

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                        • #13
                          1. Johan Santana
                          2. Roy Oswalt
                          3. Pedro Martinez
                          4. Roy Halladay
                          5. Carlos Zambrano
                          6. Jake Peavy
                          7. Mark Buerlhe
                          8. Roger Clemens
                          9. Dontrelle Willis
                          10. Chris Carpenter
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Edgartohof
                            What are you talking about, he's your kind of hitter.
                            Yup. Gotta love that -44 OPS+.

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                            • #15
                              1. Johan Santana
                              2. Roger Clemens
                              3. Chris Carpenter
                              4. Roy Halladay
                              5. Roy Oswalt
                              6. Dontrelle Willis
                              7. Pedro Martinez
                              8. Jake Peavy
                              9. Mark Buerlhe
                              10. Randy Johnson

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