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  1. #1
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    Evan Longoria vs. Jacoby Ellsbury

    http://msn.foxsports.com/mlb/headToH...4&type=hitting

    i know they are two diff types of players but who would you rather have on your team?

    EDIT: **** FORGOT A POLL!



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    Ellsbury, not because im a Red Sox fan, but because he performs great in the clutch, world series experience, faster than longoria, hits for better contact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLogical View Post
    Ellsbury, not because im a Red Sox fan, but because he performs great in the clutch, world series experience, faster than longoria, hits for better contact.
    O rly?

    Longoria BA - 281
    Ellsbury - 278

    Ellsbury RISP OPS - 679
    Longoria RISP OPS - 792 <--- Seems more clutch to me

    I'll grant you that he's faster, but you're probably the only person who legitimately thinks Ellsbury is a better player than Longoria.


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    Longoria

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    Longoria and its not even close. He's younger and a much better offensive threat. He is going to be a menace in the AL east.
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    Evan Longoria FTW!

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    Longoria. He'll be the far better hitter in his career, I assume.

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    Longoria fo sho! he's a boss and will be a stud for years
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    Longoria by quite a margin. I don't think Ellsbury will ever be a franchise player you can build around, but more of a great complementary guy, Longoria is a guy you can center an offense around.

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    Longoria

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    .300 AVG, 1 HR, 6 RBI, .431 OBP, .375 SLG, .806 OPS, .371 wOBA, 136 wRC+, .4 fWAR, 126 OPS+



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    Longoria, no doubt about it.
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    Longoria

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    Brett Gardner

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    Longoria

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run Gardner Run View Post
    Brett Gardner
    once he proves he can hit at major league level



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