Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

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    Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

     Jose Iglesiasis a terrific defensive player but his bat has yet to come around.
     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    i wouldnt sign him if i were theo, good player but we already have a pretty good leadoff hitter and i dont think they need to spend the money on that position, keep pap and papi instead
     
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    In Response to Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?:
      Jose Iglesias is a terrific defensive player but his bat has yet to come around.

    Posted by fir.eballer58

    Can you say "beating a dead horse"??

     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    For The Mets, yes.
     
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    Wasn't there already a thread on this?
     
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    Wasn't there already a thread on this?
    Posted by bald-predictions

    So now there's another one.

    OH, THE HORROR!!!
     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    No
     
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    The Red Sox do not need Reyes. 
     
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    No
     
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    Saying "the Sox don't need Reyes" is not true. Reyes is among the top 3 players at SS, every team needs him. Saying "Sox could use starting pitching in a few years so Jose being on payroll may not be the best idea" could be accurate.
     
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    In Response to Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?:
      Jose Iglesias is a terrific defensive player but his bat has yet to come around.
    Posted by fir.eballer58


    NO!!!!
     
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    I'd rather see that money spent on Ellsbury
     
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     The Sox do have a problem at SS. I can't think of a better solution than Reyes. The Yankees have a similar problem so he won't come cheaply.
     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    NO.

    He can't stay off the DL for more than the time it takes babe to grab a new sign on identity.
     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    If you thought Carl Crawford was a great idea in August of 2010, you may well think that Jose Reyes is a great idea in August of 2011. Almost all the same arguments apply.

    He does not appear to be the type of player that will be happy long term signing for the team that "wins" the bidding.
     
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    There is no long-term solution to shortstop. Theo changes them every few years, sometimes every year. He thinks it's a way station.
     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    Yes Jose Reyes is the perfect solution, but please keep in mind I love it when my star SS is always injured. I'm very weird, but I hate it when players play over 150 games like Pedroia. I like it when they play around 90. This way I never get sick of them. I would also sign Vlad Guerrero, Eric Gagne and JD Drew for the 2012 season.
     
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    Re: Do you think Jose Reyes is the long term solution for shortstop?

    Iglesias took a big step this year.  He is by far the youngest player in Pawtucket, I'm very interested in what he will do next year, if he starts the year off in Pawtucket I'm confident he will swing a better bat.

    I see him being a good solid contact hitter, but nothing more.  he has decent speed, so if he could lear to work the count and draw walks then he could potentailly hit higher up in the lineup.  at 21, and only his second pro season there is reason to at least be hopefull.

    I don't think the question is if the Sox will sign Reyes, I think the question is if they think Iglesias needs more time.....what do they do in 2012?  do they keep Scutaro? or do they trust Lowrie???
     
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