Jose Reyes vs Hanley Ramirez

Jose Reyes or Hanley Ramirez?

 
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Jose Reyes vs Hanley Ramirez 

Post#1 » by NYKnick87 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 1:49 am

Which one would you take? It's a tough one.

Both are special players. Hanley has more power, but defense and speed goes to Reyes.

I'm going with Reyes, but Hanley definitely has the talent to be better.
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Post#2 » by sunshinekids99 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 1:57 am

I'll take Reyes, but Ramirez will be a heck of a player.
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Post#3 » by kg2005 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 2:06 am

Its definitely Reyes. He's proven it over a longer period of time.
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Post#4 » by bigboy1234 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 2:14 am

kg2005 wrote:Its definitely Reyes. He's proven it over a longer period of time.

How do you figure this?
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Post#5 » by maseda17 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 2:20 am

I like them equally now with the slight edge to Reyes but I think Hanley is eventually going to be a 30+ homer guy.
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Post#6 » by kg2005 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 3:07 am

bigboy1234 wrote:-= original quote snipped =-


How do you figure this?




Ramirez was a rookie last year? A lot of people predict he won't be as good this year.
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Post#7 » by Jose7 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 3:14 am

People talk about how Hanley is going to be a 30+ HR guy which is probably is, Reyes will be also, just watch. He is a monster in the weight room and he grew in size so much since last year.
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Post#8 » by Andrea>Dirk » Wed Apr 4, 2007 3:15 am

Reyes for now
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Post#9 » by bigboy1234 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 3:22 am

kg2005 wrote:-= original quote snipped =-

Ramirez was a rookie last year? A lot of people predict he won't be as good this year.

Yeah, but you said Reyes has been doing it longer when the previous 1200 ABs(before last season) he had an OPS lower than .700 and an OBP just over .300. Plus I was just giving you a hard time anyways.
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Post#10 » by kg2005 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 3:37 am

bigboy1234 wrote:-= original quote snipped =-


Yeah, but you said Reyes has been doing it longer when the previous 1200 ABs(before last season) he had an OPS lower than .700 and an OBP just over .300. Plus I was just giving you a hard time anyways.



Yeah, but that OPS was a whole lot better than Hanley's .000 OPS.
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Post#11 » by Basketball Jesus » Wed Apr 4, 2007 12:41 pm

kg2005 wrote:
Yeah, but that OPS was a whole lot better than Hanley's .000 OPS.




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Post#12 » by HeelSox » Wed Apr 4, 2007 12:56 pm

kg2005 wrote:-= original quote snipped =-




Yeah, but that OPS was a whole lot better than Hanley's .000 OPS.


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Post#13 » by kg2005 » Wed Apr 4, 2007 5:35 pm

I'm trying to make a point that Ramirez didn't play. Obviously he got a few at bats and his OPS wasn't 0, but I didn't look it up.
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Post#14 » by Baller 24 » Fri Apr 6, 2007 1:37 am

This is stupid! Reyes in a heartbeat.
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Post#15 » by The Rondo Show » Fri Apr 6, 2007 3:58 am

kg2005 wrote:I'm trying to make a point that Ramirez didn't play. Obviously he got a few at bats and his OPS wasn't 0, but I didn't look it up.
So being in the majors and being terrible gives one a better track record than not being in the majors? I'd take Reyes over Hanley as well, but certainly not because of their track records. Jose Reyes sucked dick until last year.
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Post#16 » by Bow2Yao11 » Fri Apr 6, 2007 10:27 pm

I would have to say Reyes. Pretty close though. Reyes does have more power and is probably better defensively too.
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Post#17 » by Flash3 » Wed Apr 8, 2009 1:19 pm

Bow2Yao11 wrote:I would have to say Reyes. Pretty close though. Reyes does have more power and is probably better defensively too.


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Re: Jose Reyes vs Hanley Ramirez 

Post#18 » by Dizzzzle » Sat May 16, 2009 10:30 pm

If I had to pick one to start a franchise, id go Hanley because of his youth. But Reyes does always seem to be well liked around the clubhouse. However, I think over time Hanley will become much more of a clutch hitter
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Re: Jose Reyes vs Hanley Ramirez 

Post#19 » by travis minor » Fri Jul 3, 2009 2:34 am

bump for lols
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Re: Jose Reyes vs Hanley Ramirez 

Post#20 » by Tim_Hardawayy » Sat Aug 1, 2009 9:37 pm

At this point Hanley has the potential to go down as the best hitting shortstop of all-time*




*at least, the best that never tested positive for Roids, lol A-Rod

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