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    Taking into account durability and skills required to play, I would rank the hardest baseball positions in this order.

    C
    SS
    CF
    2B
    3B
    RF
    LF
    1B
    DH

    Give me your list.

  • #2
    SS
    C
    CF
    3B
    2B
    RF
    LF (corner outfielders really depend more on the stadium for me)
    1B (but still alot of things going on that people dont realize)
    DH
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    • #3
      There was a thread like this just a few months ago

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Astro
        There was a thread like this just a few months ago
        I wasnt here a few months ago...

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        • #5
          http://www.baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=36768

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          • #6
            Right, and I became a member in 2006.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dontworry
              Right, and I became a member in 2006.
              Good call....

              Just sayin theres the thread... not hard to figure out

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              • #8
                I would rank the top five as follows:

                C
                C
                C
                C
                C
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dontworry
                  Taking into account durability and skills required to play, I would rank the hardest baseball positions in this order.

                  C
                  SS
                  CF
                  2B
                  3B
                  RF
                  LF
                  1B
                  DH

                  Give me your list.
                  those look good. I'd put 3B ahead of 2B though.
                  Yankees '09

                  Arod, CC, AJ, DJ and Tex

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                  • #10
                    C
                    CF
                    SS
                    LF
                    RF
                    3B
                    1B
                    2B

                    Pitcher is in there somewhere

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by WhiteSoxSteve
                      C
                      CF
                      SS
                      LF
                      RF
                      3B
                      1B
                      2B

                      Pitcher is in there somewhere
                      I'd reverse 2B and 1B as one who played both positions, it was easier to play first and first does not require as many throws as 2B.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Dontworry
                        Right, and I became a member in 2006.
                        It's simply a reference to a thread that was created just a few months ago. No big deal to me.

                        You can also look back a few pages to threads that were created several months ago. Helps to know what we've discussed here.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by WhiteSoxSteve
                          C
                          CF
                          SS
                          LF
                          RF
                          3B
                          1B
                          2B

                          Pitcher is in there somewhere
                          How many double plays does a 1B (or 3B) have to make a turning throw on?
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Dontworry
                            Right, and I became a member in 2006.
                            Wow, 232 posts since January, I don't even have 100 since September 2005, lol. Posting machine Dontworry.

                            Anyway....

                            C
                            SS
                            CF
                            3B
                            2B
                            RF
                            LF
                            1B
                            DH
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                            • #15
                              This is a tough one. I think the most athletically demanding one and probably most crucial one, is SS, but the one I'd least like to play and that is the toughest to play, is C. If that makes any sense?

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