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  1. #1
    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    I'm sticking to the true positions


    C: Ivan Rodriguez
    1B: Frank Thomas
    2B: Roberto Alomar
    SS: Derek Jeter
    3B: Chipper Jones
    LF: Barry Bonds
    CF: Ken Griffey Jr
    RF: Tony Gwynn
    DH: Gary Sheffield

    1: Greg Maddux
    2. Roger Clemens
    3. Pedro Martinez
    4. Randy Johnson
    5. Tom Glavine
    8th: Hoffman
    9th: Rivera
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    SeaGOAT midnightpulp's Avatar
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    I'll go off perception and not cheat by looking at career OPS, WAR, etc.

    1st, LF: Rickey Henderson
    2nd, SS: Ozzie Smith
    3rd, CF: Willie Mays
    4th, RF: Barry Bonds
    5th, DH: Ted Williams
    6th, 3B: Mike Schmidt
    7th, 1B: Albert Pujols
    8th, 2B: Robert Alomar
    9th, C: Ivan Rodriguez
    Pinch: Tony Gwynn (I want a contact hitter here, for high leverage situations, where strikeouts kill you).

    Staff:

    1. Pedro Martinez
    2. Sandy Koufax
    3. Greg Maddux
    4. Randy Johnson
    5. Roger Clemens

    BULLPENNING, LOOGIES, etc. Set up man and closer. That's it.

    Set up: Dennis Eckersley
    Closer: Rivera
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    ex Hornets78 Pelicans78's Avatar
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    LF Hank Aaron
    CF Ken Griffey Jr
    RF Dale Murphy
    1B Eddie Murray
    2B Frank White
    3B George Brett (no honest debate really)
    SS A-Fraud for sure
    C Johnny Bench

    SP Randy Johnson
    SP Roger Clemens
    SP Roy Halliday
    SP Pedro Martinez
    SP John Smoltz (much more clutch than Maddux)

    setup - Wade Davis - from 2014-2016, best reliever ever
    closer - Mariano Rivera
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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    I tried to focus on guys I personally watched play. Alot of 90s guys as you can tell

    Ill do

    1. Alomar
    2. Gwynn
    3. Thomas
    4. Griffey
    5. Bonds
    6. Chipper
    7. Jeter
    8. Gary
    9. Ivan

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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
    My Team
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    I'll go off perception and not cheat by looking at career OPS, WAR, etc.

    1st, LF: Rickey Henderson
    2nd, SS: Ozzie Smith
    3rd, CF: Willie Mays
    4th, RF: Barry Bonds
    5th, DH: Ted Williams
    6th, 3B: Mike Schmidt
    7th, 1B: Albert Pujols
    8th, 2B: Robert Alomar
    9th, C: Ivan Rodriguez
    Pinch: Tony Gwynn (I want a contact hitter here, for high leverage situations, where strikeouts kill you).

    Staff:

    1. Pedro Martinez
    2. Sandy Koufax
    3. Greg Maddux
    4. Randy Johnson
    5. Roger Clemens

    BULLPENNING, LOOGIES, etc. Set up man and closer. That's it.

    Set up: Dennis Eckersley
    Closer: Rivera
    Henderson, Pujols and Eck

    Yes! I think one a dream team like this I like Pelicans pick of Smoltz. He'll come outta the pen if need be.

    FYI Maddux got the Save in Game 5 of 1998 NLCS

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    No Ruth??!?

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    4X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    I tried to focus on guys I personally watched play. Alot of 90s guys as you can tell

    Ill do

    1. Alomar
    2. Gwynn
    3. Thomas
    4. Griffey
    5. Bonds
    6. Chipper
    7. Jeter
    8. Gary
    9. Ivan
    We lookin' the other way on the roids? Big difference between Pirates Bonds and Giants Bonds.

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    Believe. MultiTroll's Avatar
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    No Ruth or Trout?
    Is this retireds only? I see Pujols in there.

    Barroid Bonds does not count. If you want him in pre roids, fine. After he became lab rat, lower his stats by 30% accross the board.

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    4X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    No Ruth or Trout?
    Is this retireds only? I see Pujols in there.

    Barroid Bonds does not count. If you want him in pre roids, fine. After he became lab rat, lower his stats by 30% accross the board.
    More than that. He wasn't going to be a 40 HR guy late in his career. He probably would've been a 22 HR guy by the time he was hitting 73 HRs.

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