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View Poll Results: Who is most likely to be the FANTASY R.O.Y.?

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  • Hideki Matsui, OF, NYY

    9 69.23%
  • Jose Contreras, SP/RP, NYY

    0 0%
  • Brandon Phillips, 2B, CLE

    0 0%
  • Travis Hafner, 1B, CLE

    1 7.69%
  • Joe Thurston, 2B, LA

    0 0%
  • John Patterson, SP, ARI

    1 7.69%
  • Lyle Overbay, 1B, ARI

    0 0%
  • Jason Lane, OF, HOU

    1 7.69%
  • Hee Seop Choi, 1B, ChC

    1 7.69%
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Thread: Fantasy Rookie of the Year

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    Fantasy Rookie of the Year

    Who do you think will be the FANTASY rookie of the year?
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    I went with something of a darkhorse pick and voted for John Patterson. I don't think anyone's really paying attention to him, but I think he could put up numbers close to what Tomo Ohka did last year for Montreal. However, if "other" was an option I would have picked it and gone with Johan Santana. By next year he'll be the Twins best pitcher.

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    I agree on Santana, he'll be a stud this year and for years to come, but I don't think that he qualifies as a rookie, which is why I didn't put him in there. I think Patterson still "technically" qualifies as a rookie, even though he pitched last year for the D-Backs.
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    Anyone else hate that players from Cuba and Japan are considered rookies?

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    Originally posted by Brutus_the_Red
    Anyone else hate that players from Cuba and Japan are considered rookies?
    Yes. I don't think it's fair that a player that is 32 years old and has played 5-9 years of professional baseball in ANY country should be considered a rookie, and put in the same class with up and coming 19-23 year olds in the minors.
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