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canefandynasty
10-12-2012, 02:58 PM
POST-MILLENIUM ALL-MLB BATTING ORDER

RF Ichiro Suzuki
C Joe Mauer
2B Chase Utley
1B Albert Pujols
CF Carlos Beltran
3B Chipper Jones
DH Todd Helton
LF Matt Holliday
SS Jimmy Rollins

j-bay
10-12-2012, 03:29 PM
POST-MILLENIUM ALL-MLB BATTING ORDER

RF Ichiro Suzuki
C Joe Mauer
2B Chase Utley
1B Albert Pujols
CF Carlos Beltran
3B Chipper Jones
DH Todd Helton
LF Matt Holliday
SS Jimmy Rollins

agree with everything but DH. That one goes to Ortiz.

rockbottom2010
10-12-2012, 03:42 PM
agree with everything but DH. That one goes to Ortiz.

im going to debate on that.....Miggy should be DH...SS should be Jeter

d79cheese
10-12-2012, 03:54 PM
3 words....

Barry Lamar Bonds

Don't care if he hasn't played since 2007, he should still easily be on this list for his early 2000 years

1903
10-12-2012, 04:10 PM
Can't have that batting order without A-Rod. I would take Jeter over Rollins. Berkman has been pretty amazing.

Faabs89
10-12-2012, 04:11 PM
I'd say 3B would be Miggy (no offence to Chipper but you can deny his stats since he came into the league) This also makes Arod my SS as if he never went to Yanks he woulda stayed SS
And DH would be Bonds if were talking purely hitting... Bonds numbers from 2000-2007 were otherworldly steroids or no steroids (wasn't part of the thread) lol

sooo in that case

RF - Ichiro
C - Mauer
SS - ARod
1B - Pujols
DH - Bonds
LF - Guerrero
3B - Cabrera
2B - Kent
CF - Beltran


Hard to do with NL and AL but if Bonds was in AL he was definitely DH

Hardest one to leave out is Manny, but it was between him and Vlad toss up lol

natepro
10-12-2012, 05:54 PM
I take out Ichiro, move Beltran up to lead off, and put Manny in RF.

You just can't leave off a guy that hit .315/.417/.591 since 2000.

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 05:55 PM
C - Joe Mauer
1B - Albert Pujols
SS - Alex Rodriguez
LF - Barry Bonds
DH -Manny Ramirez
3B - Chipper Jones
RF - Matt Holliday
2B - Chase Utley
CF - Carlos Beltran

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 05:57 PM
I take out Ichiro, move Beltran up to lead off, and put Manny in RF.

You just can't leave off a guy that hit .315/.417/.591 since 2000.

Sure you can. Put Barry in LF and Holliday in RF. Holliday is still great with the stick but infinitely better in the field.

SenorGato
10-12-2012, 05:58 PM
C - Joe Mauer
1B - Albert Pujols
SS - Alex Rodriguez
LF - Barry Bonds
DH - Miguel Cabrera
3B - Chipper Jones
RF - Matt Holliday
2B - Chase Utley
CF - Carlos Beltran

This sounds about right, though since Cabrera has never been a DH I'd give it to Ortiz. Little weird to not have Cabrera in that lineup THO.

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 06:00 PM
This sounds about right, though since Cabrera has never been a DH I'd give it to Ortiz. Little weird to not have Cabrera in that lineup THO.

DH isn't a position where you need any familiarity. It is just a place to get value out of a bat. It has to go to Miggy. Between him and Ortiz, it simply isn't close.

natepro
10-12-2012, 06:00 PM
Sure you can. Put Barry in LF and Holliday in RF. Holliday is still great with the stick but infinitely better in the field.

I assumed this was just talking batting.

And I have a hard time seeing how both Cabrera and Holliday have been better hitters than Man-Ram since 2000:

.318/.395/.561
.313/.387/.536
.315/.417/.591



Granted, this is just crude triple-slash numbers, but it seems pretty obvious which of those three you'd choose.

Buckwheat
10-12-2012, 06:02 PM
Jimmy Rollins? :laugh:

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 06:07 PM
I assumed this was just talking batting.

And I have a hard time seeing how both Cabrera and Holliday have been better hitters than Man-Ram since 2000:

.318/.395/.561
.313/.387/.536
.315/.417/.591



Granted, this is just crude triple-slash numbers, but it seems pretty obvious which of those three you'd choose.

You don't have to convince me. I absolutely love ManRam. If we're "just talking batting, I'll putt Man-Ram at DH and Miggy at 3rd, Lance Berkman in RF.

But, if we're talking overall.... I'm still putting Holliday in RF, and I'll gladly take Miggy out and put ManRam at DH.

Greedy22
10-12-2012, 06:10 PM
POST-MILLENIUM ALL-MLB BATTING ORDER

RF Ichiro Suzuki
C Joe Mauer
2B Chase Utley
1B Albert Pujols
CF Carlos Beltran
3B Chipper Jones
DH Todd Helton
LF Matt Holliday
SS Jimmy Rollins

No Bonds, ARod, Ortiz, Miggy? Wow.

Greedy22
10-12-2012, 06:11 PM
C - Joe Mauer
1B - Albert Pujols
SS - Alex Rodriguez
LF - Barry Bonds
DH -Manny Ramirez
3B - Chipper Jones
RF - Matt Holliday
2B - Chase Utley
CF - Carlos Beltran

I love this lineup

SenorGato
10-12-2012, 06:22 PM
DH isn't a position where you need any familiarity. It is just a place to get value out of a bat. It has to go to Miggy. Between him and Ortiz, it simply isn't close.

I did not comprehend the thread title until now. Since it's not technically based around who played where then Cabrera is the obvious call.

Faabs89
10-12-2012, 07:05 PM
C - Joe Mauer
1B - Albert Pujols
SS - Alex Rodriguez
LF - Barry Bonds
DH -Manny Ramirez
3B - Chipper Jones
RF - Matt Holliday
2B - Chase Utley
CF - Carlos Beltran

I just don't see Guerrero getting beat out by Holliday. Other than that I'm good with this Utley and Jeff kent are interchangeable at 2nd. And same with miggy and chipper at 3rd

Faabs89
10-12-2012, 07:07 PM
Sure you can. Put Barry in LF and Holliday in RF. Holliday is still great with the stick but infinitely better in the field.

The thread isn't who's best set fielding its batting order so Ramirez and Guerrero best out Holliday easily

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 07:33 PM
I just don't see Guerrero getting beat out by Holliday. Other than that I'm good with this Utley and Jeff kent are interchangeable at 2nd. And same with miggy and chipper at 3rd

No way are Kent and Utley interchangeable. The difference in bat is negligible while the difference in the field is astronomical.

As to Miggy and Chipper, I agree. However, at the 6th spot, with the lineup I already have? No way do I sacrifice Chipper's glove in the field for Migs.

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 07:38 PM
The thread isn't who's best set fielding its batting order so Ramirez and Guerrero best out Holliday easily

???

OPS/wOBA/wRC+

Guerrero: .930/.389/137
Holliday: .923/.396/139

Now, this includes decline years for Guerrero, so it's very close. However, easily for Guerrero? You've got to be kidding me.

I also don't buy that "Batting order" precludes fielding. I want my best batting order to have my 9 best players at their positions. A lineup is a lineup. You don't play a baseball game without fielding.

If you really want to advocate for someone, it should be Sheffield, not Guerrero. Sheffield was better overall and had the better peak, too.

Lastly, Berkman beats both.

rockbottom2010
10-12-2012, 07:51 PM
bonds don't count....that roid freak!

SenorGato
10-12-2012, 07:58 PM
Lastly, Berkman beats both.

Aaaaaaaaaand /thread on the OF talk.

Bonds, Beltran, and Berkman.

ciaban
10-12-2012, 08:07 PM
I take out Ichiro, move Beltran up to lead off, and put Manny in RF.

You just can't leave off a guy that hit .315/.417/.591 since 2000.

I'm disappointed in you, how couldn't you mention your fiance mike trout!

Eg714
10-12-2012, 08:09 PM
The thread isn't who's best set fielding its batting order so Ramirez and Guerrero best out Holliday easily

I agree with this 100%. Man ram and Guerrero with two of my all time favorite to watch bat. Manny had the plate discipline and the power and Vlad didn't need plate discipline, he would hit any ball around him hard. I would definitely take them on my team before Holliday.

agureghian
10-12-2012, 08:28 PM
POST-MILLENIUM ALL-MLB BATTING ORDER

RF Ichiro Suzuki
C Joe Mauer
2B Chase Utley
1B Albert Pujols
CF Carlos Beltran
3B Chipper Jones
DH Todd Helton
LF Matt Holliday
SS Jimmy Rollins
disagree on utley, beltran, helton, holliday, and rollins.

Should be Kent, Manny, Bonds, Vlad, and Jeter.

natepro
10-12-2012, 10:20 PM
I'm disappointed in you, how couldn't you mention your fiance mike trout!

If he'd been doing this for a couple years he'd deserve to be in it. All we have right now is one year of amazingness.

bagwell368
10-12-2012, 10:24 PM
I'd say 3B would be Miggy (no offence to Chipper but you can deny his stats since he came into the league)

Miggy has 57 more games played at 1B. He also played 347 games in the OF. FYI. Depends on the rules. Since Bonds is being talked about as a DH, I guess you guys don't care about that sort of thing.

bagwell368
10-12-2012, 10:27 PM
I agree with this 100%. Man ram and Guerrero with two of my all time favorite to watch bat. Manny had the plate discipline and the power and Vlad didn't need plate discipline, he would hit any ball around him hard. I would definitely take them on my team before Holliday.

In the decade of the 2000's Holliday crunches Vlad.

WadeKobe
10-12-2012, 10:36 PM
In the decade of the 2000's Holliday crunches Vlad.

I already posted the numbers. Holliday wins, but it's close. He certainly doesn't crunch him at the plate.

Eg714
10-12-2012, 11:15 PM
In the decade of the 2000's Holliday crunches Vlad.

Even though Holliday has better numbers, I would still rather have Vlad in my lineup. It's easy to just plug in numbers and go off that but I've seen both play in their prime and I would rather have Vlad.

DodgerB24
10-12-2012, 11:30 PM
RF - Holliday
C - Mauer
SS - ARod
1B - Pujols
DH - M. Ramirez
LF - Bonds
3B - Jones
2B - Utley
CF - Beltran

ATL#22
10-12-2012, 11:35 PM
How did JRoll beat out ARod, Tulo, or Hanley?

LongWayFromHome
10-13-2012, 01:18 AM
???

OPS/wOBA/wRC+

Guerrero: .930/.389/137
Holliday: .923/.396/139

Now, this includes decline years for Guerrero, so it's very close. However, easily for Guerrero? You've got to be kidding me.

I also don't buy that "Batting order" precludes fielding. I want my best batting order to have my 9 best players at their positions. A lineup is a lineup. You don't play a baseball game without fielding.

If you really want to advocate for someone, it should be Sheffield, not Guerrero. Sheffield was better overall and had the better peak, too.

Lastly, Berkman beats both.

now take vlad's numbers until he's 32 (like Holliday is now) its not close.

iAugust
10-13-2012, 01:53 AM
This for an actual baseball team, not just hitting.

1. Ichiro Suzuki - RF
2. Alex Rodriguez - SS
3. Barry Bonds - LF
4. Albert Pujols - 1B
5. Manny Ramirez - DH
6. Miguel Cabrera - 3B
7. Joe Mauer - C
8. Jim Edmonds - CF
9. Chase Utley - 2B

Jeffy25
10-13-2012, 01:54 AM
3 words....

Barry Lamar Bonds

Don't care if he hasn't played since 2007, he should still easily be on this list for his early 2000 years

him, and A-rod belongs too

and Ichiro is highly over-rated

Jeffy25
10-13-2012, 01:56 AM
Can we clarify


since 2000, or since 2001?

Jeffy25
10-13-2012, 01:57 AM
???

OPS/wOBA/wRC+

Guerrero: .930/.389/137
Holliday: .923/.396/139

Now, this includes decline years for Guerrero, so it's very close. However, easily for Guerrero? You've got to be kidding me.

I also don't buy that "Batting order" precludes fielding. I want my best batting order to have my 9 best players at their positions. A lineup is a lineup. You don't play a baseball game without fielding.

If you really want to advocate for someone, it should be Sheffield, not Guerrero. Sheffield was better overall and had the better peak, too.

Lastly, Berkman beats both.

and............burn

iAugust
10-13-2012, 02:10 AM
And a pitching staff, just for fun

SP1- Pedro Martinez
SP2- Randy Johnson
SP3- Roy Halladay
SP4- Justin Verlander
SP5- Curt Schilling
Closer - Mariano Rivera

SACNYY
10-13-2012, 02:54 AM
C Mauer
1B Pujols
2B Kent
3B A-Rod
SS Jeter
LF Bonds
CF Manram
RF Suzuki
DH Ortiz

iAugust
10-13-2012, 03:31 AM
C Mauer
1B Pujols
2B Kent
3B A-Rod
SS Jeter
LF Bonds
CF Manram
RF Suzuki
DH Ortiz

You're gonna put Manny Ramirez in centerfield? :eyebrow:

Halladay
10-13-2012, 03:43 AM
And a pitching staff, just for fun

SP1- Pedro Martinez
SP2- Randy Johnson
SP3- Roy Halladay
SP4- Justin Verlander
SP5- Curt Schilling
Closer - Mariano Rivera

Not sure where I'd put him but J.Santana belongs...somewhere, not sure where.

Halladay
10-13-2012, 03:44 AM
You're gonna put Manny Ramirez in centerfield? :eyebrow:

Clearly the better fielder over Ichiro and Bonds. ;)

bklynny67
10-13-2012, 04:12 AM
3 words....

Barry Lamar Bonds

Don't care if he hasn't played since 2007, he should still easily be on this list for his early 2000 years

Whats with all these Giants fans saying "Barry Lamar Bonds"..?

Using a players middle name as often as u guys do is pretty ****ing lame and ********.

Leandres_sf
10-13-2012, 04:23 AM
Whats with all these Giants fans saying "Barry Lamar Bonds"..?

Using a players middle name as often as u guys do is pretty ****ing lame and ********.

It's ********?

bklynny67
10-13-2012, 04:28 AM
It's ********?

Yes, ********... isn't that what i said? its ******** that u guys use his middle name when talking about him. pretty dumb.

ciaban
10-13-2012, 12:22 PM
If he'd been doing this for a couple years he'd deserve to be in it. All we have right now is one year of amazingness.
im still very disappointed in you...this one year should be enough to sway you, if he repeats next year do you put him on your pathetic list?

You're gonna put Manny Ramirez in centerfield? :eyebrow:

over ichiro who could actually play the position. lol awesome

Fly
10-13-2012, 05:59 PM
Yes, ********... isn't that what i said? its ******** that u guys use his middle name when talking about him. pretty dumb.

Don't speak about His Greatness that way.

Fly
10-13-2012, 06:00 PM
im still very disappointed in you...this one year should be enough to sway you, if he repeats next year do you put him on your pathetic list?

Someone's angry.

Faabs89
10-15-2012, 10:44 PM
and............burn

I don't think you realize how good Vlad is... no offence to Berkman but there's no doubt Vlad was better.. you're average years that Vlad was at the end of his career. Take him from 2000-2007 he's unbelievable. And unsure whether you agree on Kent or not... But we both have different interpretations on the OP. So I, as do most others in here are going off best hitters 1-9 not taking into account fielding... I don't think you need to get so defensive about Lance Berkman though.

RangersMets
10-15-2012, 11:13 PM
C: Mauer
1B: Pujols
2B: Utley
SS: Jeter
3B: Cabrera
LF: Bonds
CF: Beltran
RF: Holiday
DH: Ramirez

Jeffy25
10-16-2012, 12:59 AM
Since 01

1. A-Rod SS
2. Walker RF
3. Pujols 1B
4. Bonds LF
5. Manny DH
6. Miggy 3B
7. Edmonds CF
8. Mauer C
9. Utley 2B

Jeffy25
10-16-2012, 01:05 AM
I don't think you realize how good Vlad is... no offence to Berkman but there's no doubt Vlad was better.. you're average years that Vlad was at the end of his career. Take him from 2000-2007 he's unbelievable. And unsure whether you agree on Kent or not... But we both have different interpretations on the OP. So I, as do most others in here are going off best hitters 1-9 not taking into account fielding... I don't think you need to get so defensive about Lance Berkman though.

Since 2000?

Berkman
.296/.410/.547 - 356 HR, 7414 PA
48.9 rWAR

Vlad
.318/.381/.549 - 357 HR, 7327 PA
42.5 rWAR

Berkman takes the edge here.


They are close, and I'm not being defensive about it. But Berkman and that .410 OBP and bat control, and being a switch hitter gives him the advantage.

Either way, i didn't pick either player in my lineup.


If you just want the 9 best hitters since 2000
1. Bonds
2. Pujols
3. Manny
4. Walker
5. Votto
6. Giambi
7. A-Rod
8. Berkman
9. Cabrera

Pinstripe pride
10-16-2012, 09:36 AM
tony womack

Young2Kinsler
10-16-2012, 11:05 AM
Jimmy Rollins...LOLZ

HowFit
10-16-2012, 11:51 AM
C - Joe Mauer
1B - Albert Pujols
SS - Alex Rodriguez
LF - Barry Bonds
DH -Manny Ramirez
3B - Chipper Jones
RF - Matt Holliday
2B - Chase Utley
CF - Carlos Beltran

That's one helluva scary lineup!

HowFit
10-16-2012, 11:53 AM
And a pitching staff, just for fun

SP1- Pedro Martinez
SP2- Randy Johnson
SP3- Roy Halladay
SP4- Justin Verlander
SP5- Curt Schilling
Closer - Mariano Rivera

No Maddux?

Nymfan87
10-16-2012, 12:03 PM
Since 01

1. A-Rod SS
2. Walker RF
3. Pujols 1B
4. Bonds LF
5. Manny DH
6. Miggy 3B
7. Edmonds CF
8. Mauer C
9. Utley 2B

This is close to perfect for me, but I'd probably get Beltran in there over Walker if we're putting a team together and not just a lineup. David Wright also beats Cabrera in WAR per PA if we're doing a team as well.

ManningToTyree
10-16-2012, 12:13 PM
C - Joe Mauer
1B - Albert Pujols
SS - Alex Rodriguez
LF - Barry Bonds
DH -Manny Ramirez
3B - Chipper Jones
RF - Matt Holliday
2B - Chase Utley
CF - Carlos Beltran

this looks great if we aren't excluding the cheaters. I want to say we can do better than Holliday, but nobody is coming to mind. Might wanna put Miggy at 3b or Dh ( not that chipper or manny don't belong, but Miggy not being on here looks odd).

Faabs89
10-16-2012, 08:26 PM
this looks great if we aren't excluding the cheaters. I want to say we can do better than Holliday, but nobody is coming to mind. Might wanna put Miggy at 3b or Dh ( not that chipper or manny don't belong, but Miggy not being on here looks odd).

Vlad Guerrero, Ichiro or apparently everyone on here's love, Lance Berkman would all be better than Holliday.

hugepatsfan
10-16-2012, 08:28 PM
Ibanez in every position at once. Clutch! Use ghost runners.

Texas Holders
10-18-2012, 08:46 AM
Vlad Guerrero, Ichiro or apparently everyone on here's love, Lance Berkman would all be better than Holliday.

Holliday destroys Ichiro.

The Thing
10-18-2012, 09:37 AM
Since 2000?

Berkman
.296/.410/.547 - 356 HR, 7414 PA
48.9 rWAR

Vlad
.318/.381/.549 - 357 HR, 7327 PA
42.5 rWAR

Berkman takes the edge here.


They are close, and I'm not being defensive about it. But Berkman and that .410 OBP and bat control, and being a switch hitter gives him the advantage.

Either way, i didn't pick either player in my lineup.


If you just want the 9 best hitters since 2000
1. Bonds
2. Pujols
3. Manny
4. Walker
5. Votto
6. Giambi
7. A-Rod
8. Berkman
9. Cabrera

I'm curious to hear the argument that Walker/Votto> Arod as hitters.

I'm not even sure if Votto should rank ahead of Cabrera.

Texas Holders
10-18-2012, 09:42 AM
SS - ARod
DH - Votto
1B - Pujols
LF - Bonds
RF - Berkman
CF - Beltran
C - Mauer
3B - Jones
2B - Utley

Texas Holders
10-18-2012, 09:47 AM
I'm curious to hear the argument that Walker/Votto> Arod as hitters.

I'm not even sure if Votto should rank ahead of Cabrera.

Since 2001:
Walker - .421 wOBA, 145 wRC+
Votto - .413, 156
ARod - .403, 147
Cabrera - .402, 148

xnick5757
10-18-2012, 10:11 AM
if we are going career after 2000:

C: Joe Mauer
1B: Albert Pujols
2B: Chase Utley
SS: Alex Rodriguez
3B: Chipper Jones
LF: Barry Bonds
CF: Jim Edmonds
RF: Vladimir Guerrero
DH: Jason Giambi

Im_in_Mia_bish
10-18-2012, 10:21 AM
Best Lineup for the past 50 years:

RF Ichiro
SS Derek Jeter
LF Barry Bonds
1B Albert Pujols
CF Ken griffey jnr
3B Alex Rodriguez
DH David ortiz
2B Joe Morgan/Craig Biggio
C Mike Piazza

my lineup would destroy yours. end of discussion.

Im_in_Mia_bish
10-18-2012, 10:22 AM
Defense, Clutch, Slugging, Power = success.

Im_in_Mia_bish
10-18-2012, 10:32 AM
Since 2000:

RF: ichiro
SS: jeter
LF: Barry Bonds
1st: Pujols
3rd: Alex Rodriguez
DH: Big Papi
2nd: Utley
C: Mauer/Posada/Ivan Rodriguez (you pick)

xnick5757
10-18-2012, 10:33 AM
Best Lineup for the past 50 years:

RF Ichiro
SS Derek Jeter
LF Barry Bonds
1B Albert Pujols
CF Ken griffey jnr
3B Alex Rodriguez
DH David ortiz
2B Joe Morgan/Craig Biggio
C Mike Piazza

my lineup would destroy yours. end of discussion.

haha no


C: 2009 Joe Mauer (.444 OBP/.438 wOBA/170 wRC+)
1B: 2001 Jason Giambi (.477 OBP/.465 wOBA/193 wRC+)
2B: 2000 Jeff Kent (.424 OBP/.431 wOBA/158 wRC+)
SS: 2000 Alex Rodriguez (.420 OBP/.431 wOBA/158 wRC+)
3B: 2008 Chipper Jones (.470 OBP/.445 wOBA/174 wRC+)
LF: 2002 Barry Bonds (.582 OBP/.544 wOBA/244 wRC+)
CF: 2010 Josh Hamilton (.411 OBP/.445 wOBA/175 wRC+)
RF: 2001 Sammy Sosa: (.437 OBP/.465 wOBA/186 wRC+)
DH: 2002 Manny Ramirez: (.450 OBP/.459 wOBA/185 wRC+)


is the best lineup of the 2000-2012 era

Im_in_Mia_bish
10-18-2012, 10:45 AM
haha no


C: 2009 Joe Mauer (.444 OBP/.438 wOBA/170 wRC+)
1B: 2001 Jason Giambi (.477 OBP/.465 wOBA/193 wRC+)
2B: 2000 Jeff Kent (.424 OBP/.431 wOBA/158 wRC+)
SS: 2000 Alex Rodriguez (.420 OBP/.431 wOBA/158 wRC+)
3B: 2008 Chipper Jones (.470 OBP/.445 wOBA/174 wRC+)
LF: 2002 Barry Bonds (.582 OBP/.544 wOBA/244 wRC+)
CF: 2010 Josh Hamilton (.411 OBP/.445 wOBA/175 wRC+)
RF: 2001 Sammy Sosa: (.437 OBP/.465 wOBA/186 wRC+)
DH: 2002 Manny Ramirez: (.450 OBP/.459 wOBA/185 wRC+)


is the best lineup of the 2000-2012 era

LOLLLL.
besides chipper, arod, kent, and maybe bonds, noone you listed played good defense.
Manny ramirez has never played dh during his prime, he was always loafing around in rf like sosa used to. josh hamilton is an ok defender as is mauer.

you do realize that there is more to a game than offense, and on base percentage right? i have no idea why you posted those stats when ive seen them all play. from 2000, i posted my best lineup, and the one youre replying to is the best lineup for the past 50 years, who would easily smoke your lineup sir.

The Thing
11-01-2012, 01:58 AM
Since 2001:
Walker - .421 wOBA, 145 wRC+
Votto - .413, 156
ARod - .403, 147
Cabrera - .402, 148


Those stats don't take into account playing time.

Vintage
11-01-2012, 03:48 AM
POST-MILLENIUM ALL-MLB BATTING ORDER

RF Ichiro Suzuki
SS Derek Jeter
LF Barry Bonds
1B Albert Pujols
CF Ken Griffey Jr.
3B Alex Rodriguez
DH David Ortiz
C Mike Piazza
2B Dustin Pedroia

Here's mine.

LAFord
11-01-2012, 07:17 AM
2B Mark Ellis
LF Carl Crawford
CF Matt Kemp
1B Adrian Gonzalez
SS Hanely Ramirez
RF Andre Ethier
3B Luis Cruz
C AJ Ellis

Pinstripe pride
11-01-2012, 08:35 AM
tony womack

Super.
11-01-2012, 11:56 AM
Holliday destroys Ichiro.

lolwut?

ATL#22
11-01-2012, 12:09 PM
lolwut?

lolwut?