Posted on: March 24, 2008 7:16 pm

First to Worst in the MLB

AL East: Red Sox, Yankees, Blue Jays, Rays, Orioles

      Central: Tigers, Indians, Twins, White Sox, Royals

      West: Angels, A's, Mariners, Rangers

NL East: Mets, Phillies, Braves, Marlins, Nationals

      Central:  Brewers, Cubs, Reds, Astros, Pirates,Cardinals

      West: Diamondbacks, Rockies,Padres,Dodgers, Giants

1 Tigers

2 Red Sox

3 Angels

4 Mets

5 Yankees

6 Diamondbacks

7 Rockies

8 Brewers

9 Indians

10 Philles

11 Cubs

12 Twins

13 Padres

14 A's

15 Blue Jays

16 Braves

17 Mariners

18 White sox

19 Marlins

20 Rays

21 Astros

22 Orioles

23 Dodgers

24 Pirates

25 Reds

26 Rangers

27 Giants

28 Royals

29 Cardinals

30 Nationals

Posted on: February 19, 2008 1:17 pm

The Giants

The Giants are going to need at least two young everyday players to step it up this year.  I hope it can be at First and Second.  They have two kids there with great potential. Ortmeier has decent power but is learning first base. Snow will be able to help him defensivly but the Giants need a third or fifth hole hitter to be able to drive in some runs.  Fransden has shown some promise but has not been able to follow through with it.  He is a slightly above average fielder and a below average hitter.  The Giants need him to blossom and be able to fill the sixth or seventh hole with some consistent fielding and hitting. The Giants need these things to be able to keep there young starters from over pitching.  The Giants strength will be there starters and if they have some confidence in some run support that will make them so much better.
Category: MLB
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