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  • All-Time Diamondbacks Team

    I was thinking about making an all-time dbacks team...

    Here's my line-up

    C- uhhh maybe Chris Snyder because catcher is a defensive position in my opinion
    1B- Mark Grace, Travis Lee, or Tony Clark
    2B- Craig Counsell
    3B- Troy Glaus
    SS- Jay Bell
    LF- Luis Gonzalez
    CF- Devon White
    RF- Danny Bautista, Tony Womak, or Shawn Green

    SP- Randy Johnson (duh)
    SP- Curt Shilling (another duh)
    SP- Omar Daal (he was good in '99)

    RP- Matt Mantei (before surgery)
    RP- Byung-Hyug Kim (he had his moments)
    Lets relive the 2001 World Series. Except NO Yankees.
    GO DBACKS, GO DBACKS :gt

  • #2
    Steve Finley has to be your centerfielder--when did Devon White play for the dbacks?

    Rightfield is the tough position as they have not consistently had someone out there.

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    • #3
      I didn't know that Devon White only played for one year (1998) until i looked it up. :atthepc

      I should put finley on there. I miss his fielding ability, he always got a great jump on the ball.
      Lets relive the 2001 World Series. Except NO Yankees.
      GO DBACKS, GO DBACKS :gt

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      • #4
        G-Force, I'll have to disagree on your choice for 3rd baseman. I can't take away his contributions to the D-backs, but Matt Williams did more for them than Glaus has done. So far.
        2nd member of the Peter Moylan Fan Club

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Atlanta Braves Freak
          G-Force, I'll have to disagree on your choice for 3rd baseman. I can't take away his contributions to the D-backs, but Matt Williams did more for them than Glaus has done. So far.
          I agree. Hopefully Glaus will wind up as their all-time best third baseman (just like Green will hopefully eventually fill that role in right field), but even with a team as young as this, it's difficult to base their "all-time" anything on half of a season. This is especially true in comparison to Williams who had 595 games with the club.

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          • #6
            Not Bad for a Short Life

            C Damian Miller
            1B Chad Tracy (Incomplete Season)
            2B Junior Spivey (Based on one season)
            SS Jay Bell (Based on one season)
            3B Matt Williams
            CF Steve Finley
            RF Shawn Green (Incomplete Season)
            LF Luis Gonzalez

            SP Randy Johnson
            SP Kurt Schilling
            SP Javier Vazquez (Incomplete Season)
            SP Brandon Webb

            RP Matt Mantai
            In the 1920's, Harry Heilmann led the AL with a .364 average. In addition, he averaged 220 hits, 45 doubles, 12 triples, 16 homers, 110 runs, and 130 RBI.

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            • #7
              C- Damian Miller
              1B- Mark Grace
              2B- Craig Counsell
              3B- Matt Williams
              SS- Tony Womack
              LF- Luis Gonzalez
              CF- Steve Finley
              RF- Reggie Sanders

              SP- Randy Johnson
              SP- Curt Shilling


              RP- Matt Mantei

              Can someone say the starting lineup of the 2001 team?

              HEHE can not go wrong with those guys.
              BELIEVE

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              • #8
                with that said, not counting Mark Grace (for obvious reasons)

                My favorite Dback to watch was Erubiel Durazo. he ALWAYS went 100% on everthing he did.
                BELIEVE

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                • #9
                  Can a mod who is knowledgabke about Diamondbacks history add a poll to this thread?

                  I want the results for the All-Time position by position battle. I have a thread about it in the history forum if you're interested.
                  2009 World Series Champions, The New York Yankees

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                  • #10
                    I know keep up with the D'Backs. Just send link me to the thread.
                    2nd member of the Peter Moylan Fan Club

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                    • #11
                      C Johnny Estrada
                      1B Richie Sexson
                      2B Roberto Alomar
                      SS Tony Womack
                      3B Troy Glaus
                      LF Luis Gonzalez
                      CF Steve Finley
                      RF Reggie Sanders

                      SP Randy Johnson
                      RP Rheal Cormier
                      CP Byung-Hung Kim

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TheKingofKings
                        C Johnny Estrada
                        1B Richie Sexson
                        2B Roberto Alomar
                        SS Tony Womack
                        3B Troy Glaus
                        LF Luis Gonzalez
                        CF Steve Finley
                        RF Reggie Sanders

                        SP Randy Johnson
                        RP Rheal Cormier
                        CP Byung-Hung Kim
                        Thats a pretty good list. Is their anyone better than Kim though? He had dme bad moments in '01
                        2009 World Series Champions, The New York Yankees

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by CubsHub
                          with that said, not counting Mark Grace (for obvious reasons)

                          My favorite Dback to watch was Erubiel Durazo. he ALWAYS went 100% on everthing he did.

                          I didnt know he waz on the dimondbacks! he's on the A's rite??
                          I'm really not Candian. I just find it funny!

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                          • #14
                            Another vote for Durazo. He really went all-out. Also another vote for Craig Counsell. He's that guy who's stats aren't great, but he made some very clutch plays in both fielding and batting, especially in the World Series.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by YankeeFan228 View Post
                              I didn't know he waz on the dimondbacks! he's on the A's rite??
                              He last played in 2005... Not sure what happened with him, but yes he ended his career with the A's...

                              Originally posted by bbfirebird View Post
                              Another vote for Durazo. He really went all-out. Also another vote for Craig Counsell. He's that guy who's stats aren't great, but he made some very clutch plays in both fielding and batting, especially in the World Series.
                              Counsell's hustle can't be denied either, he is alot like David Eckstein, if he depended only on athletic ability he might not be that good, but you add heart and dedication... he is a solid player.
                              BELIEVE

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