Among these OFs,

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    Among these OFs,

    Who do you want to see starting everyday at RF in 2013?

    Cody Ross, Torii Hunter, Shin-Soo Choo, Justin Upton, Bryce Brentz, other

     

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    In response to seannybboi's comment:
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    Who do you want to see starting everyday at RF in 2013?

    Cody Ross, Torii Hunter, Shin-Soo Choo, Justin Upton, Bryce Brentz, other

     

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    I like both Upton & Shoo, but it depends on cost.  I like Hunter for a year or two a lot, I'd be ok with Brentz if they significantly upgrade at least 2 other positions offensively, but I think they now realize Ross isn't an option every day in right defensively.  

     
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    In response to jasko2248's comment:
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    In response to seannybboi's comment:
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    Who do you want to see starting everyday at RF in 2013?

    Cody Ross, Torii Hunter, Shin-Soo Choo, Justin Upton, Bryce Brentz, other

     

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    I like both Upton & Shoo, but it depends on cost.  I like Hunter for a year or two a lot, I'd be ok with Brentz if they significantly upgrade at least 2 other positions offensively, but I think they now realize Ross isn't an option every day in right defensively.  

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    feel the same way. not sure if brentz is ready though

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    But do not forget we need a LF too!!

     
  5. You have chosen to ignore posts from Alibiike. Show Alibiike's posts

    Re: Among these OFs,

    Adrian Gonzalez or Roy Hobbs.

     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from donrd4. Show donrd4's posts

    Re: Among these OFs,

    In response to seannybboi's comment:
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    Who do you want to see starting everyday at RF in 2013?

    Cody Ross, Torii Hunter, Shin-Soo Choo, Justin Upton, Bryce Brentz, other

     

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    The chance is slim to none...but i would like to see ME!!!

     
  7. You have chosen to ignore posts from Ice-Cream. Show Ice-Cream's posts

    Re: Among these OFs,

     

    I like Choo and Ross.

     

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    Hunter/Ellsbury/Brentz L/C/R

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    In response to jasko2248's comment:
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    In response to seannybboi's comment:
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    Who do you want to see starting everyday at RF in 2013?

    Cody Ross, Torii Hunter, Shin-Soo Choo, Justin Upton, Bryce Brentz, other

     

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    I like both Upton & Shoo, but it depends on cost.  I like Hunter for a year or two a lot, I'd be ok with Brentz if they significantly upgrade at least 2 other positions offensively, but I think they now realize Ross isn't an option every day in right defensively.  

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    We already have weaknesses looming in the OF, 1B, C and SS, so I would keep Brentz out of the every day lineup until we know he can handle big league pitching.  Lav, Salty, Iggy and Ciriaco may be enough of a trial right now.

    My choice would be Hunter, Choo or Ross for a year or two.  Otherwise trade for a younger player like J. Upton.

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    Choo. OBP, defense, good swing for fenway, won't cost as much to get in prospects.....

     
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    Choo. OBP, defense, good swing for fenway, won't cost as much to get in prospects.....

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    i agree. i like him best out of the options for RF

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    Choo seems like a good fit and probably wouldnt cost a lot seeing hes a FA after 2013. Hunter is also a good choice for either LF or RF.

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    hunter and victorino...

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    upton and brentz, an outfield of ellsbury, upton and brentz could be very very good. forget ross, forget hunter, forget victorino, no to jason bay, melky is interesting but not sure i would want a know PED user on my team if im the sox, and delmon young is more of a DH at this point. Upton is far and away the best option the sox have, without question. Will he cost the sox some good prospects? ya sure, but he will be worth it. Remember when detroit trade a bunch of prospects include 2 of their top prospects in andrew miller and cameron for a guy name miguel cabrera? Miller tanked and maybin is turning out to be the only useful part of the trade. Miguel on the other hand is likely to win the AL mvp this year. Justin Upton has that kind of talent. 

     
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    upton and brentz, an outfield of ellsbury, upton and brentz could be very very good. forget ross, forget hunter, forget victorino, no to jason bay, melky is interesting but not sure i would want a know PED user on my team if im the sox, and delmon young is more of a DH at this point. Upton is far and away the best option the sox have, without question. Will he cost the sox some good prospects? ya sure, but he will be worth it. Remember when detroit trade a bunch of prospects include 2 of their top prospects in andrew miller and cameron for a guy name miguel cabrera? Miller tanked and maybin is turning out to be the only useful part of the trade. Miguel on the other hand is likely to win the AL mvp this year. Justin Upton has that kind of talent. 

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    Upton is not even in the same galaxy as Miggy...Not even close.

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    Well, I can't comment on the other OFs on your list, but I would hate to see Cody Ross go. I'm beginning to think that we will have a different team every year, and there's nothing worse than that. Watching all of our "throwaways" doing so well on other teams should make everyone ask themselves whether or not they're looking for perfection in every postion. Nothing could be more nauseating IMO.

    Even the Yankees who buy up FA's like candy always seem to be able to keep the majority of their players that make the team a team fans can embrace as their own. I think we're running the risk of losing that if we haven't already.

     

     
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    Re: Among these OFs,

    Eithier would be the best player for the Sox at this point in time. Brentz is just a tick away from being ready for his debut.

     

     

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