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getonbckthr
11-30-2005, 02:28 PM
With the signing of Paulie and the trade for Thome, who does everyone think are the top 3-4 combinations. My vote goes to Manny and Papi.

Ol' No. 2
11-30-2005, 02:39 PM
With the signing of Paulie and the trade for Thome, who does everyone think are the top 3-4 combinations. My vote goes to Manny and Papi.Make it 3-4-5-6 combos and Thome-Konerko-Dye-Pierzynski are right up there.

SOXintheBURGH
11-30-2005, 02:39 PM
Make it 3-4-5-6 combos and Thome-Konerko-Dye-Pierzynski are right up there.

Oh baby.

antitwins13
11-30-2005, 02:42 PM
Terrence Long and Matt Staris in KC.

Flight #24
11-30-2005, 02:42 PM
As posted in the PK resigning thread....



IMO the top 3-4 combos in MLB from 2005-

1 - Ortiz-Manny
2 - Sheff-ARod
3 - Pujols-Edmonds
4 - Hafner-Martinez
5 - Cabrera-Delgado
6 - Anderson-Guerrero
7 - Chipper-Andruw

I'd slot Thome-Konerko in right around Hafner-Martinez, and with Delgado a Met, the Sox now have a top 5 middle of the order to go with a top 5 leadoff duo in Podsednik/Iguchi and some pretty serious balance at the bottom of the lineup. Oh yeah, and a top 3 rotation and top 3-5 bullpen.

Projection: top 5-8 in runs scored in 2006. And best record in the AL yet again.

Hagan
11-30-2005, 03:18 PM
I would rank them like this

1 - Ortiz-Manny
2 - Sheffield-Arod
3 - Konerko Thome
4 - Edmonds Pujols
5 - Cabrera-Delgado
6 - Lee Rameriez
7 - Hafner-Martinez
8 - AJones/CJones
9 - Berkman/ Enbsberg
10. Dunn Griffey

I think garrett anderson is one of the most overrated players in baseball.

Chisox003
11-30-2005, 03:30 PM
I think 1-6 we can bang with anyone

Speed, power, clutch, situational, bunting, double plays, pop-ups .... whatever needed, we got it