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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    If you add an analysis and comparison of pitching rotations, you may draw the same conclusion: too close to call. depends on which team gets the most out of their guys and avoids injuries.

    If you add an analysis of the bullpens?
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    great job, i dont like this marcel guy much. im hoping for a monster year from youk and i hope he gets a huge payday. cant say i agree with lowrie over jeter though, even if his defense is horrible.
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    Interesting....Not too sure about Lowrie over Jeter though....
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    I agree, Lowrie/Jeter you cant give an advantage to a guy who played 81 games over a HOF player still playing well.
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    i admittedly don't know much about Lowrie, but i'd imagine looking at the lineups the Yanks ask more of Jeter than the Sox will of Lowrie..can't see an edge for the Sox there.. though that doesn't mean that Lowrie won't contribute more than expected..
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    And who is Marcel and James again?

     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    [Quote]I tend to agree about the rotations, though NY clearly has more upside.

    In regards to the bullpens, Boston's is better in every way possible.[/Quote]

    How so?
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    How are Masterson and Delcarmen proven arms? Oki was not the 2007 Oki last year.
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    [Quote]How are Masterson and Delcarmen proven arms? Oki was not the 2007 Oki last year.[/Quote]

    What do you mean his ERA was a 0.40 higher and his whip was on 0.20 higher.
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    I agree generally with all but two positions. The differences at SS and LF. Call me crazy but I would take Jeter anyday of the week, twice in a Doubleheader, over Lowrie. I like Lowrie but he is no Derek Jeter !! Now if Salaries were a factor also then that may play into it because I don't think there is a 20 Mil difference between them. Now LF is totally absurd. I Love how Damon approaches the game but Bay is in a Break Out Contract Year and the Stats for him this season will be through the Roof. Damon may not even be on the Yankmes when the Season starts if they can find anybody crazy enough to trade for him !!


    GO SOX 2009 !!
     
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    09 Red Sox vs 09 Yankees (Marcel and James)

    Lowrie over Jeter. Don't see it. Jeter hits 2nd in Yankee lineup, Lowrie 8/9 and still has much to prove. Jeter is on downside no doubt, but I still rather see Arod than Jeter in late innings of tight game. Still RS pitching top to bottom much better than Yanks and RS are better defensively than Yanks.
     
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