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Thread: Fangraphs: Positional Power Rankings: CF

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    Fangraphs: Positional Power Rankings: CF


    RE: Stubbsey:

    Stubbs doesn’t hit for average but has decent power and good speed. He’s also an above-average defender in center. Chris Heisey, the Reds starting left fielder, will back up Stubbs in center.
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    Re: Fangraphs: Positional Power Rankings: CF

    23rd in the majors seems a bit low for Stubbs. Thum's comments there are pretty positive, and Stubbs was 12th and 18th in WAR among center fielders the last two years. Also, those rankings include guys like Cargo and Hamilton, who aren't really CFs, ahead of Stubbs. With that in mind, I wouldn't be surprised if the Reds got at least top 15 production out of CF this year.

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