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View Poll Results: Which would you rather have in your franchise?

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  • Josh Reddick

    12 27.91%
  • Jason Heyward

    31 72.09%
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    Josh Reddick vs Jason Heyward

    Reddick (24) : 21 Homeruns 46 RBIs .272 Avg .349 OBP .529 SLG .878 OPS

    Heyward (22) : 14 Homeruns 45 RBIs .266 Avg .345 OBP .468 SLG .813 OPS

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    This shouldnt be tough but it is. If rightnow i had to choose id go heyward just do to his tools. But reddick looks like a steal.

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    With the deepest of regrets I am announcing that I will be leaving Pro Sports Daily. No reason in particular but wanted to thank everyone for a great 6 years here. Lots of great discussion and good poll series as well. Also fun re-drafts. Best of luck to you all in the future.

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    The question is asking long term? Right?


    So not just this season?

    Long term I want Heyward, the rest of this year I want Reddick

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    Rather have Reddick right now...could change obviously.

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    Saw it the other day: When you look at the players who have a career 120 wRC+ or higher through age 22 after 1,500 PAs, it's pretty damn impressive list.

    http://www.fangraphs.com/leaders.asp...rs=0&sort=17,d

    I'll stick with Heyward, who is about 50 PAs away from joining that group and might win a Gold Glove this season.
    Last edited by Bravo95; 07-23-2012 at 05:57 PM.

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    Heyward and it's not even close. He's younger, faster, and has much more upside. Not saying that Reddick isn't a nice ball player.

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    As an A's fan, I would take Heyward without much hesitation. He had a sophomore slump and started out this year slow, but he has been pickin it up.

    His rookie year was crazy. He has a great eye and has the ability to be the best player in baseball.

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    heyward has too much potential not to take him

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    Jason Heyward
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    I might be a homer, but Reddick is better in every stat and is only 25 years old. And he's putting these stats up in Oakland and Cespedes being out for about 42 game.

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    Reddick. I just don't buy all the hype that was put into Heyward. He had an awesome first year...but idk what it is with Braves right fielders...they rake and then..boom. Gone. Hopefully n the long term, I'm wrong, but right now, Heyward seems to me like a normal 275 22-25 hr guy. Not bad, but not great for all the hype. So...Reddick.
    GO METS!


    19 Inning game...and the Pirates get ROBBED! Jerry Meals should get FIRED! And then just work for the Braves. What a shame for baseball.

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    It seems Heyward has gone from being a somewhat overrated prospect to being extremely underrated now.


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    Heyward. 2 years younger, 3 seasons of experience. Had a rough 2nd year, seems to be back on track

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    Funny that this was even up for debate.

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