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  1. #36

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    You could go on and on. Its the deepest position in MLB other than starting pitcher. Justin Smoak, Gurriel, alonso, belt all really decent.
    Itd probably be smarter instead of arguing over top 5 just create tiers.
    Tier 1- votto, freeman, rizzo, hosmer, goldy
    Tier 2- abreau, santana, bellinger, belt, etc
    Tier 3-

  2. #37

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    voto best days are behind him 34 y/o .... no longer top 3

  3. #38

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    no love for Belt?
    If you ain't shopping you ain't trying

  4. #39

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    most first baseman are just statues who cannot play any other position. if would be a position that edwin encarnacion would play if he were in the NL of course no NL team would possibly want to acquire this stiff. he's available. cleveland GM and terry francona pray every night that someone will claim this totally useless DH from them.

  5. #40

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenGoon View Post
    no love for Belt?
    I like Belt.

  6. #41

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    Quote Originally Posted by unusualsusp5 View Post
    most first baseman are just statues who cannot play any other position. if would be a position that edwin encarnacion would play if he were in the NL of course no NL team would possibly want to acquire this stiff. he's available. cleveland GM and terry francona pray every night that someone will claim this totally useless DH from them.
    He can blame all his problems on his back now. Easy way out.

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