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Old 02-11-2008, 05:05 AM   #1
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First Base

1. Albert Pujols: 100 1
2. Ryan Howard: 92
3. David Ortiz: 92
4. Lance Berkman: 90
5. Mark Teixeira: 90
6. Travis Hafner: 89
7. Prince Fielder: 89
8. Carlos Delgado: 88
9. Paul Konerko: 88
10. Todd Helton:88
11. Justin Morneau: 88
12. Derrek Lee: 88
13. Jim Thome: 85
14. Adrian Gonzalez: 84
15. Mike Sweeney: 84
16. Nick Swisher: 84
17. Carlos Pena: 84
18. Jason Giambi: 83
19. Kevin Youkilis: 83
20. Lyle Overbay: 82, Nomar Garciaparra: 82, Richie Sexson: 82, Nick Johnson: 82


Second Base

1. Chase Utley: 90
2. Jeff Kent: 88 2
3. Robinson Cano: 86
4. Brandon Phillips: 82
5. Dustin Pedroia: 82
6. Ray Durham: 82 3
7. Orlando Hudson: 82
8. Dan Uggla: 82
9. Brian Roberts: 81
10. Jose Vidro: 80
11. Tadahito Iguchi: 79
12. Ian Kinsler: 78
13. Mark Ellis: 78
14. Jorge Cantu: 78
15. Rickie Weeks: 78
16. Jose Lopez: 77
17. Howie Kendrick: 77
18. Marcus Giles: 77
19. Mark Grudzielanek: 77
20. Ronnie Belliard: 76, Mark DeRosa: 76, Kazuo Matsui: 76, Luis Castillo: 76


Shortstop

1. Jose Reyes: 94
2. Derek Jeter: 92
3. Miguel Tejada: 90
4. Michael Young: 89
5. Jimmy Rollins: 88 4
6. Carlos Guillen: 86
7. Hanley Ramirez: 85 5
8. Rafael Furcal: 85
9. Troy Tulowitzki: 82
10. Orlando Cabrera: 82
11. Edgar Renteria: 81
12. Jhonny Peralta: 80
13. Omar Vizquel: 80
14. Julio Lugo: 79
15. Felipe Lopez: 78
16. Stephen Drew: 78
17. J.J. Hardy: 76
18. David Eckstein: 75
19. Alex Gonzalez: 74
20. Juan Uribe: 73, Yuniesky Betancourt: 73, Cesar Izturis: 73, Bobby Crosby: 73, Jack Wilson: 73


Third Base

1. Alex Rodriguez: 98 6
2. David Wright: 94
3. Miguel Cabrera: 93
4. Chipper Jones: 90
5. Aramis Ramirez: 88
6. Troy Glaus: 86
7. Ryan Zimmerman: 86
8. Scott Rolen: 86
9. Garrett Atkins: 85
10. Eric Chavez: 84
11. Mike Lowell: 84
12. Chone Figgins: 83
13. Ryan Braun: 82
14. Mark Teahen: 82
15. Joe Crede: 82
16. B.J. Upton: 81
17. Freddy Sanchez: 81
18. Hank Blalock: 80
19. Melvin Mora: 80
20. Chad Tracy: 79, Edwin Encarnacion: 79, Adrian Beltre: 79, Aubrey Huff: 79

Left Field

1. Manny Ramirez: 94
2. Alfonso Soriano: 94
3. Carl Crawford: 92
4. Jason Bay: 90
5. Matt Holliday: 90
6. Carlos Lee: 89
7. Hideki Matsui: 88
8. Joe Young: 86
9. Adam Dunn: 85
10. Moises Alou: 85
11. Raul Ibanez: 83
12. Pat Burrell: 82
13. Luis Gonzalez: 81
14. Craig Monroe: 80
15. Juan Rivera: 80
16. Josh Willingham: 80
17. Shannon Stewart: 79
18. Matt Murton: 79
19. Chris Duncan: 78
20. Preston Wilson: 78, Scott Podsednik: 78, Emil Brown: 78


Center Field

1. Carlos Beltran: 94
2. Ichiro: 93
3. Grady Sizemore: 90
4. Andruw Jones: 90
5. Vernon Wells: 90
6. Torii Hunter: 87
7. Johnny Damon: 85
8. Curtis Granderson: 85
9. Mike Cameron: 83
10. Eric Byrnes: 83
11. Jim Edmonds: 82
12. Bill Hall: 82
13. Jacque Jones: 82
14. Juan Pierre: 82
15. Mark Kotsay: 82
16. Aaron Rowand: 82
17. Randy Winn: 82
18. Hunter Pence: 81
19. Chris Young: 80
20. Rocco Baldelli: 79, Melky Cabrera: 79, David DeJesus: 79, Coco Crisp: 79


Right Field

1. Vladimir Guerrero: 96
2. Magglio Ordonez: 88
3. Bobby Abreu: 88
4. Ken Griffey Jr: 86
5. Jermaine Dye: 86
6. Gary Sheffield: 86
7. Alex Rios: 85
8. J.D. Drew: 83
9. Jeff Francoeur: 82
10. Shawn Green: 82
11. Brian Giles: 82
12. Nick Markakis: 82
13. Andre Ethier: 81
14. Brad Hawpe: 80
15. Austin Kearns: 80
16. Geoff Jenkins: 80
17. Cliff Floyd: 80
18. Shane Victorino: 80
19. Delmon Young: 79
20. Milton Bradley: 79



Catcher

1. Joe Mauer: 90
2. Victor Martinez: 88
3. Ivan Rodriguez: 87 8
4. Brian McCann: 85
5. Russell Martin: 85
6. Jorge Posada: 84 7
7. Kenji Johjima: 82
8. Jason Varitek: 82
9. Paul Lo Duca: 81
10. Michael Barrett: 80
11. Ramon Hernandez: 80
12. Bengie Molina: 79
13. Mike Piazza: 79
14. Mike Lieberthal: 79
15. Johnny Estrada: 77
16. John Buck: 76
17. Jarrod Saltalamacchia: 75
18. Jason Kendall: 74
19. A.J. Pierzynski: 73
20. Josh Bard: 72



Starting Pitcher

1. Johan Santana: 100 9
2. Roy Halladay: 94
3. Jake Peavy: 93
4. Roy Oswalt: 93
5. Carlos Zambrano: 92
6. Brandon Webb: 90
7. Chris Carpenter: 90
8. Josh Beckett: 90 10
9. Felix Hernandez: 90
10. Scott Kazmir: 89
11. Ben Sheets: 89
12. Chien-Ming Wang: 89
13. Aaron Harang: 89
14. Erik Bedard: 88
15. John Lackey: 88
16. C.C. Sabathia: 88 11
17. Rich Harden: 88
18. John Smoltz: 88
19. Danny Haren: 88
20. Francisco Liriano: 87, Tim Hudson: 87, Chris Young: 87, Dontrelle Willis: 87, Daisuke Matsuzaka: 87


Closer

1. Billy Wagner: 94
2. Francisco Rodriguez: 92
3. Mariano Rivera: 92
4. Jonathan Papelbon: 90
5. Joe Nathan: 90
6. Trevor Hoffman: 90
7. Huston Street: 89
8. Jose Valverde: 88
9. J.J. Putz: 88
10. Takashi Saito: 88
11. Akinori Otsuka: 87
12. B.J. Ryan: 87
13. Brad Lidge: 86
14. Chris Ray: 86
15. Bobby Jenks: 86
16. Chad Cordero: 86
17. Jason Isringhausen: 86
18. Francisco Cordero: 86
19. Rafael Soriano: 84
20. Manny Corpas: 84




1. No offense to Albert Pujols but he did not have a perfect season by any standards in 2007. Being ranked 100 in a game means you were perfect in the previous season.

2. Jeff Kent? Come on, hes like 40 and he has had declining years since the early 2000s

3. I thought this one was a joke. I thought Ray Durham retired let alone him being the 6th best 2nd baseman.

4. Jimmy Rollins was the NL MVP in 2007, and is questionably the best SS in all of baseball right now

5. Even at his young age, I think Hanley Ramirez has better tools than Jose Reyes.

6. 54 home runs, 156 RBI isnt 99 or 100 worthy? I know hes no good in the playoffs, but that shouldnt matter with rankings

7. Jorge Posada came off his best overall season and it was a pretty good season he should be in the top 3 of catchers

8. Ivan Rodriguez hasnt had a good season in like 3-4 years so how is he the 3rd best catcher?

9. 15-13 is pretty far from a perfect season. He might be reborn in the NL but he is on decline mainly because of a soon to be elbow injury. Can you guess who im talking about?

10. Having Josh Beckett this low is just a joke

11. 2007 CY Young winner CC Sabathia is behind 16 pitchers including Johan Santana Roy Halladay Jake Peavy Roy Oswalt Carlos Zambrano Brandon Webb Chris Carpenter Josh Beckett Felix Hernandez Scott Kazmir Ben Sheets Chien-Ming Wang Aaron Harang Erik Bedard John Lackey

Are all of those pitchers really better than a CY young pitcher? Aaron Harang?


If these rankings are true, 2k sports should be ashamed. These rankings are not based on 2007 numbers and skills.


http://www.gametap.com/home/read/article/3625

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Are you sure these are 2k8? These seem a bit off. Or is 2k8 just that bad at ranking players? The top 7 pitchers are all in the NL? Yeah, sure.......

EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see that you linked it. I stopped reading after Mike Sweeney. Game Over. He shouldn't be that high.
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Are you sure these are 2k8? These seem a bit off. Or is 2k8 just that bad at ranking players?

EDIT: Sorry, I didn't see that you linked it. I stopped reading after Mike Sweeney. Game Over. He shouldn't be that high.
I dont know about Gametap but it seems legit. If these are true im editting these rankings because these are bullshit rankings
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these are pretty bad, i am a brewers fan and them not putting corey hart in that group of right fielders is an absolute joke.... this is why i buy the show... i have given up on 2k baseball after last years garbage
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yep, this is why i get the show, 2k is an absolute joke.
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I read that article. Justin Verlander isn't in the top 20 of pitchers? Rich Harden who hasn't been healthy his entire career is though.

This game is an utter joke and offends me as a baseball fan. Bring on The Show.
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Ive heard from over 50 people about these rankings NOT 1 person agree, NOT 1.
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lol i can't stop laughign about these, putting pujols as 100 and i am goign to assume the best in the game is so disgusting. even though i hate the yankees a-rod is the best
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i don't understand how roy halladay can be rated higher than jake peavy. it doesn't make any sense at all!
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lol i can't stop laughign about these, putting pujols as 100 and i am goign to assume the best in the game is so disgusting. even though i hate the yankees a-rod is the best
Im a Yankee fan, and Arod is by far the best player in the game, to have anybody near his ranking is just an insult to baseball. Sorry Johan, but you are 95 at best
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haha I love how everyone hates these. These have to be fake
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Yah these rankings are seriously messed up. Then again, it doesnt really matter cuz all 2k games SUCK, especially Hockey.
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well they have to match the rankings to the game... based on how i remember the game last year it was pure crap. why not have rankings to match it... what happened to 2k, i used to love there games on dreamcast and ps2. i think the basketball games are the only ones i like anymore
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i don't understand how roy halladay can be rated higher than jake peavy. it doesn't make any sense at all!
Because when hes not injured, he might be the best pitcher in the game.
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1. New York Yankees
2. Detroit Tigers
3. Boston Red Sox
4. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
5. New York Mets
6. Los Angeles Dodgers
7. Cleveland Indians
8. Minnesota Twins
9. Chicago Cubs
10. San Diego Padres
11. Toronto Blue Jays
12. Atlanta Braves
13. Philadelphia Phillies
14. Tampa Bay Rays
15. St. Louis Cardinals
16. Colorado Rockies
17. Chicago White Sox
18. Milwaukee Brewers
19. Cincinnati Reds
20. Seattle Mariners
21. Oakland Athletics
22. Arizona Diamondbacks
23. Houston Astros
24. Baltimore Orioles
25. San Francisco Giants
26. Washington Nationals
27. Pittsburgh Pirates
28. Texas Rangers
29. Kansas City Royals
30. Florida Marlins

im wondering if this is pre-santana trade, cause i can't

figure out how they got the twins over the cubs?

im wondering how the angels are before the mets?

how are the braves ahead of the rays, nl champs the rockies, and the almost won the central brewers?
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Because when hes not injured, he might be the best pitcher in the game.
Might be. If Roger Clemens wasnt 43 years old last year he could have been the best pitcher in the game. Can say If all you want but he could also be terrible the rest of his career because of the injury
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1. New York Yankees
2. Detroit Tigers
3. Boston Red Sox
4. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
5. New York Mets
6. Los Angeles Dodgers
7. Cleveland Indians
8. Minnesota Twins
9. Chicago Cubs
10. San Diego Padres
11. Toronto Blue Jays
12. Atlanta Braves
13. Philadelphia Phillies
14. Tampa Bay Rays
15. St. Louis Cardinals
16. Colorado Rockies
17. Chicago White Sox
18. Milwaukee Brewers
19. Cincinnati Reds
20. Seattle Mariners
21. Oakland Athletics
22. Arizona Diamondbacks
23. Houston Astros
24. Baltimore Orioles
25. San Francisco Giants
26. Washington Nationals
27. Pittsburgh Pirates
28. Texas Rangers
29. Kansas City Royals
30. Florida Marlins

im wondering if this is pre-santana trade, cause i can't

figure out how they got the twins over the cubs?

im wondering how the angels are before the mets?

how are the braves ahead of the rays, nl champs the rockies, and the almost won the central brewers?
Says Feb 6th at the top so it has to be
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Might be. If Roger Clemens wasnt 43 years old last year he could have been the best pitcher in the game. Can say If all you want but he could also be terrible the rest of his career because of the injury
True, but I dont think a guy can be written off because he has had injury problems. As for Clemens, he might have been the best but he has tarnished his legacy by pulling these half season scams just so his arm can last him to the playoffs.
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Because when hes not injured, he might be the best pitcher in the game.
Peavy posted a 2.54 ERA, 19-6, 240 SO last year.

Halladay has only had two seasons even close to that and the closest one is 2003.
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Peavy posted a 2.54 ERA, 19-6, 240 SO last year.

Halladay has only had two seasons even close to that and the closest one is 2003.
You are right my friend. It must be the Jays fan in me.
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