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View Poll Results: Which would you rather on your team?

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  • Mike Trout

    47 68.12%
  • Giancarlo Stanton

    22 31.88%
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  1. #1
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    Trout vs Stanton

    Which would you rather on your team?

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    Trout at this point, but it's not a bad discussion.

    Trout, Stanton, and Harper are probably the three most valuable players in baseball, with Posey and Strasburg not far behind.

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    Mike Trout, no question.

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    This actually made me think pretty hard. Either answer is the right one. However, I said Stanton based on his pure power and strength.

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    Trout because he hit for great power in a pitcher's park, plays great defense in CF, hits for a very high average, has great speed, he just does everything great.

    And I love Stanton, but Trout all the way.

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    Stanton for me

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    honestly I would rather have Stanton. I also like him better as a player
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    This is a really good question...I am not sure but will lean slightly towards Trout for now.

    Harper over both for me.

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    I would take Stanton if he can show one thing.

    An improved plate approach as pitchers begin to nibble with him more and more. When he does that, he will probably become the right choice.

    Trout is more of a complete package today though.

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    Stanton, might be biased cause he's my favorite player, but he's awesome
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    U guys crazy. If ur team comes to u and they say they going to get either. 100% of u would say trout. And ya that includes all u dodger fans to

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    Because of defense and speed, it's Trout.
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    Stanton.

    Trout hit more HR's in a partial MLB season than he did in 3 years of the minors. He does have great speed and plays reckless defense. However, his power #'s are not substanable over the long term. His August & September numbers are more indicitive of the numbers he will put up moving forward.

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