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  • JerseySoxFan19
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    Originally posted by bob View Post
    Fine, its your list. Rank how you want.
    Where would he appear on your list if he played for any other club, out of interest?
    Couldn't tell ya'. i know what your gettin' at though and I understand.

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  • eion
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    My top 10..

    1. A-Rod
    2. David Wright
    3. Jose Reyes
    4. Jimmy Rollins
    5. Hanley Ramierz
    6. Matt Holiday
    7. Johan Santana
    8. Chase Utley
    9. Albert Pujos
    10.Miguel Cabrera

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  • bob
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    Fine, its your list. Rank how you want.
    Where would he appear on your list if he played for any other club, out of interest?

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  • JerseySoxFan19
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    Look up the word biased.

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  • bob
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    Originally posted by JerseySoxFan19 View Post
    Hitters:
    1.Albert Pujols
    2.Ichiro
    3.Alfonso Soriano
    4.Joe Mauer
    5.David Ortiz
    6.David Wright
    7.Ryan Howard
    8.Jose Reyes
    9.Miguel Cabrera
    10.Prince Fielder
    I can understand you not being an A-rod Fan, but how on earth can anyone not rate him in their top 10 active hitters?

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  • JerseySoxFan19
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    Originally posted by Imgran View Post
    Only one guy picked the best LHH over the last 3 years? How come no love for Big Papi? He was only like .012 OPS behind A-Rod as a hitter last year and well ahead of him the previous two. And I see the defensive butchers Cabrera and Howard on a lot of the lists so don't give me the DH BS. Ortiz would at least beat Howard defensively if he had to play the field and Howard would DH on any American League squad.
    They really need to give Papi the MVP on of these days. Imgran I couldn't agree more. The DH thing is BS. Papi isn't the terrible defender most people make him out to be. I believe he saved a-Rod's *** on alow throw in the 2006 ASG. The Red Sox wouldn't be anything near what they are now without Papi which is why he's # 5 on my list.

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  • JerseySoxFan19
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    Hitters:
    1.Albert Pujols
    2.Ichiro
    3.Alfonso Soriano
    4.Joe Mauer
    5.David Ortiz
    6.David Wright
    7.Ryan Howard
    8.Jose Reyes
    9.Miguel Cabrera
    10.Prince Fielder

    Pitchers:
    1. Josh Beckett
    2.Johan Santana
    3.Jake Peavy
    4.Justin Verlander
    5.C.C Sabathia
    6.Carlos Zambrano
    7.Felix Hernandez
    8.Roy Oswalt
    9.Brandon Webb
    10. Chien-Ming Wang
    ^^^ Just to make YBF happy
    Closers
    1. Jon Papelbon
    2.Joe Nathan
    3.Francisco Cordero
    4.Bobby Jenks
    5. Eric Gagne.............PHYSCE
    The real 5. Trevor Hoffman

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  • RubeBaker
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    Originally posted by Scoops View Post
    Who said "young"?
    Somehow my tired brain when I read that saw "young" instead of "your". D'oh.

    I would put Pujols #1, A-Rod #2, and Santana #3. After that, there really isn't a player on any of these lists that I can say shouldn't be there.

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  • digglahhh
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    Originally posted by Imgran View Post
    Only one guy picked the best LHH over the last 3 years? How come no love for Big Papi? He was only like .012 OPS behind A-Rod as a hitter last year and well ahead of him the previous two. And I see the defensive butchers Cabrera and Howard on a lot of the lists so don't give me the DH BS. Ortiz would at least beat Howard defensively if he had to play the field and Howard would DH on any American League squad.
    Well, if you were building a team from scratch, would you take Ortiz with one of the top ten picks?

    Look, I'm a big fan of David Ortiz, but all things considered, I would not consider him in my top 10 of desired MLB players if I'm starting a team.

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  • Imgran
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    Only one guy picked the best LHH over the last 3 years? How come no love for Big Papi? He was only like .012 OPS behind A-Rod as a hitter last year and well ahead of him the previous two. And I see the defensive butchers Cabrera and Howard on a lot of the lists so don't give me the DH BS. Ortiz would at least beat Howard defensively if he had to play the field and Howard would DH on any American League squad.
    Last edited by Imgran; 03-31-2008, 07:00 AM.

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  • duckydps
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    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Albert Pujols
    3. Miguel Cabrera
    4. Matt Holliday
    5. Ryan Howard
    6. Johan Santana
    7. Jake Peavy
    8. Derek Jeter
    9. Chase Utley
    10. David Wright

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  • Rapmaster
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    1. Albert Pujols
    2. Alex Rodriguez
    3. Miguel Cabrera
    4. David Wright
    5. Victor Martinez
    6. Chase Utley
    7. Chipper Jones
    8. David Ortiz
    9. Ryan Howard
    10. Lance Berkman

    1. Johan Santana
    2. Brandon Webb
    3. Jake Peavy
    4. Roy Oswalt
    5. C.C. Sabathia
    6. Josh Beckett
    7. Aaron Harang
    8. Roy Halladay
    9. Dan Haren
    10. Javier Vazquez

    Kinda in a loose order, but I really do stress consistency and long-term success, leaving guys like Hanley Ramirez or Fausto Carmona out of consideration.

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  • Scoops
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    Originally posted by RubeBaker View Post
    Just what exactly is the definition of "young" here? It's not old by any means, but A-Rod is 32, which is at the tail-end of middle age in baseball years.
    Who said "young"?

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  • RubeBaker
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    Just what exactly is the definition of "young" here? It's not old by any means, but A-Rod is 32, which is at the tail-end of middle age in baseball years.

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  • uberpsycho
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    1. Alex Rodriguez
    2. Albert Pujols
    3. Chase Utley
    4. Jake Peavy
    5. Miguel Cabrera
    6. Johan Santana
    7. Matt Holliday
    8. Hanley Ramirez
    9. Cutis Granderson
    10. David Wright

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