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    Really? Sorry. Must have missed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CubbieSteve View Post
    Squibble Squabble

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    Brandon Phillips
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankees22 View Post
    Cano without a doubt
    It could be Cano, but there is no way it is without a doubt. If he is #1, he is holding on by a thread and it is without a doubt up for discussion.

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    Cano kipnis Philips rightnow

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    It looks like its Cano, I dont like that he is hitting about .110 with runners in scoring position, but that should change.

    My favorite 2B is BPhil.

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    cano
    30 Team Stadium Checklist: 10 to go

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    Three months into the season and someone is the best 2nd baseman in baseball? Yeah, let's not use career stats.

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    Wouldn't say Cano is "without a doubt" number one. I think so far into this season, he probably is, however.

    Ian Kinsler deserves to be in the conversation, as he's still a legit 30/30 guy and is pretty consistent when it comes to setting the table for Rangers hitters by getting on base (he leads MLB in runs scored right now as well). His BA and fielding numbers are a bit off this year, however.

    I'd agree that Phillips has a pretty good say as well and that Kipnis is certainly rising towards to the top of the list. I also wouldn't take Pedroia out of the conversation...if it weren't for his bum thumb, I suspect his numbers would be better.

    Who needs Josh Hamilton when you can have this for $11m?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green_Monster View Post
    Three months into the season and someone is the best 2nd baseman in baseball? Yeah, let's not use career stats.
    ok. still cano
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    easily Cano

    he is the yankee lineup at this point

    they look old

    without cano theyd be a real mess on offense

    kinsler plays in a great offensive context even without hamilton

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    Probably Justin Turner because his walk-up song is Call Me Maybe
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    How do you all feel about Zobrist and Pedroia at this point? They seemed to be the top two on most lists coming into the year.

    The only thing Yankees fans should be gloating about is the fact that we all said Cano had a higher ceiling than the others, which he certainly appears to at the moment.

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    @ Mr. Haha, we did have one of these very recently actually.

    I moved it to the comparison section.


    I will merge this thread with that thread.

    Btw, answer is Cano don't cha know. It wasn't, but it is now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Haha View Post
    How do you all feel about Zobrist and Pedroia at this point? They seemed to be the top two on most lists coming into the year.

    The only thing Yankees fans should be gloating about is the fact that we all said Cano had a higher ceiling than the others, which he certainly appears to at the moment.
    Well Pedroia has been playing hurt. You don't have to care too much about that excuse, but it is true.

    Zobrist is quietly playing very well actually. But not at Cano's level, and he only has about 260 innings at second this year.

    He was supposed to play more at second this year rather than right, but injuries have forced him back into right field for much of the year.

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