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Thread: TOP 5 rookies

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    TOP 5 rookies

    Posey
    Stanton
    Garcia
    Heyward
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    1. Jaime Garcia
    2. Buster Posey
    3. Jason Heyward
    4. Stephen Strasburg
    5. Mike Stanton

    Garcia is first because he's put up the numbers he has all season long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manatoo View Post
    Stanton
    Strasburg
    Heyward
    Posey
    Apparently, you're the only one in this thread (along with the OP) that gets it. Stanton has clearly vaulted ahead of Heyward.


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    1. Garcia
    2. Posey
    3. Stanton
    4. Strasburg
    5. Heyward
    Honarable Mention: David Freese could have been mentioned in the ROY discussion if he had remained healthy.

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    LOL at no mention of ike davis. the guy has just as many homers as heyward. and his average is at .250 bc of a terrible slump. but he was at .270 most of the season. he has insane power in the biggest field in the majors. he is already a gold glove caliber first baseman. and he has 4 walk off hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poleandreel View Post
    LOL at no mention of ike davis. the guy has just as many homers as heyward. and his average is at .250 bc of a terrible slump. but he was at .270 most of the season. he has insane power in the biggest field in the majors. he is already a gold glove caliber first baseman. and he has 4 walk off hits.
    Davis has had about as much value offensively this season as Ronny Cedeno.

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    Davis does not deserve to be in this discussion, but Jon Niese does at least deserve an honorable mention.

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    i dont really care about the others.. but, Stanton is definitely better than Heyward. i see them both on a constant basis.


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    Wow not a single mention for the youngest player in MLB with a line of 316/362/439/801. For a SS? And he's on nobody's top five?

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    Posey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rndy69 View Post
    Wow not a single mention for the youngest player in MLB with a line of 316/362/439/801. For a SS? And he's on nobody's top five?
    With that .360 BABIP? Nty.

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