Will Tampa Bay be wild card contenders in '08?

Before you say I'm out of my mind, let me just say that I'm not even a Rays fan. This team could turn out to be next year's Rockies. They have a mix of young an old. Here's their defensive alignment, with opening day age, then combined Minors and Majors '07 BA, HR, RBI, SB, and FA) C-Dioner... show more Before you say I'm out of my mind, let me just say that I'm not even a Rays fan. This team could turn out to be next year's Rockies. They have a mix of young an old. Here's their defensive alignment, with opening day age, then combined Minors and Majors '07 BA, HR, RBI, SB, and FA)
C-Dioner Navarro (AGE 24, .227, 9, 44, 3, .984)
1B-Carlos Pena (AGE 29, .282, 46, 121, 1, .993)
2B-Ben Zobrist (AGE 26, .241, 8, 31, 10, N/A)
3B-Akinori Iwamura (AGE 29, .285, 7, 34, 12, .976)
SS-Jason Bartlett (AGE 28, .265, 5, 43, 23, .967)
LF-Carl Crawford (AGE 26, .315, 11, 80, 50, .986)
CF-B.J. Upton (AGE 23, .299, 26, 86, 22, N/A)
RF-Rocco Baldelli (AGE 26, .193, 6, 13, 4, N/A)
DH-Cliff Floyd (AGE 35, .284, 9, 45, 0, 1.000)

Only Floyd is above 30, and all younger players on the team have promising offensive stats and decent speed. Wilson, Dohmann, Kazmir, Salas, Shields, Glover, and Reyes all had good years, and new additions Garza and Percival should prove useful. What do you think?
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