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  1. So does that put Reyes at the late 2nd/early 3rd round level for 2013?

    On a real baseball note – during the chat yesterday someone asked if it was fair to assume that Profar would be the best SS of the 2010’s and the answer was that others had a head start – namely Tulo, Castro and Cabrera. Reyes is only 30 in 2013 so he has to have that head start too, right? If he has a couple of 5 WAR seasons and a few 3 – 4 WAR seasons left in the tank he seems like a much better bet than Cabrera to be in the running for best SS of the 2010’s. And Tulo and Castro both have concerns about staying at the position (though Castro seems to have put some of that concern at ease this past year).

    Comment by Matt — November 6, 2012 @ 4:12 pm

  2. Regarding his first half/second half split, I think there’s more there than just variance. In the 2nd half Reyes batted 3rd, in front of Stanton much of that time. In the 2nd half he had a higher AVG, OBP, SLG, OPS and higher per game runs, HRs, 2Bs, 3Bs, RBIs, BBs, SBs, and a lower K%.

    If Reyes is batting 3rd in 2013, then I would expect across the board improvement. No, he won’t get 60 SBs again, but he’ll be more valuable than he was in 2012.

    Comment by Jamie — November 6, 2012 @ 5:08 pm

  3. If I want to retain Reyes next season I’ll need to give up a second round pick. I am keeping Profar by giving up my last round pick and have Zobrist at the expense of a 5th round pick as well. Thank you for the perspective this piece provided me with.

    Comment by Diamond Dore — November 6, 2012 @ 10:44 pm

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