Rank these 3 Giles, Nomar, Reyes

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Rank these 3 Giles, Nomar, Reyes

Post by CB4MiamiHeat »

How would you rank them?...to me theyre very close and im curious how people rank them

To me:

1Nomar
2 M Giles
3.Reyes
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Post by Pogotheostrich »

M Giles
Nomar



Reyes
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Post by pokerplaya »

1. Nomar
2. Giles
3. Reyes

That's how I had them preseason, and that's still how I have them.
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Post by Q »

Because of position scarcity...

1. Giles
2. Nomar
3. Reyes

(Jose is way down compared to them)
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mmmm

Post by BabyBoomer »

1) Nomar
2) Reyes
3)Giles

You guys are underestimating reyes. He is a little excited he will turn it around. remember he was one of the hottest player in the dominican league. None of the major legue player playing in the dominican league hit better than him.

The guy could steal 50 bases easily, hit 80 rbi, score over 100 runs, hit 15 - 20 hr and bat 300.
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Post by The Jury »

Nomar
Giles
Reyes

Give it time :-)
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Post by iversonxp »

nomar reyes giles
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Re: mmmm

Post by gtabaplayr1 »

[quote="BabyBoomer"]1) Nomar
2) Reyes
3)Giles

You guys are underestimating reyes. He is a little excited he will turn it around. remember he was one of the hottest player in the dominican league. None of the major legue player playing in the dominican league hit better than him.

The guy could steal 50 bases easily, hit 80 rbi, score over 100 runs, hit 15 - 20 hr and bat 300.[/quote]

There is no way he puts up those numbers this year. 80 rbi? are you serious what lead off man has 80 RBI, save johnny damon last year which was a product of Boston's lineup and timely hitting.
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3B M. Cabrera (Fla - 3B,LF,RF)
SS K. Matsui (NYM - SS)
OF R. Hidalgo (Hou - RF)
OF R. Sanders (StL - LF,RF)
OF J. Pierre (Fla - CF)
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BN P. Nevin (SD - 1B,RF)
BN H. Matsui (NYY - LF,CF)
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SP T. Hudson (Oak - SP)
SP K. Wood (ChC - SP)
RP M. Rivera (NYY - RP)
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P D. Graves (Cin - SP,RP)
P E. Milton (Phi - SP)
P A. Eaton (SD - SP)
BN C. Sabathia (Cle - SP)
BN B. Sheets (Mil - SP)

jjj

Post by BabyBoomer »

The guy is not your typical lead off hitter. He is not the type of guy who would take a walk and let the big boys hit. The guy is aggressive and most of the time you he will be off with man on base since a lead off hitter is only garanteed hitting with no man on base once. He could hit 80 rbi if the mets get on base and score 100 runs easy.
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Post by gtabaplayr1 »

With the pitcher batting infront of him... nope
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