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Brian asked in SportsBaseball · 1 decade ago

Who is the best baserunner on each of these teams?

Arizona Diamondbacks-

Atlanta Braves-

Baltimore Orioles-

Boston Red Sox-

Chicago Cubs-

Chicago White Sox-

Cincinnati Reds-

Cleveland Indians-

Colorado Rockies-

Detroit Tigers-

Florida Marlins-

Houston Astros-

Kansas City Royals-

Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim-

Los Angeles Dodgers-

Milwaukee Brewers-

Minnesota Twins-

New York Mets-

New York Yankees-

Oakland Athletics-

Philadelphia Phillies-

Pittsburgh Pirates-

San Diego Padres-

San Francisco Giants-

Seattle Mariners-

St. Louis Cardinals-

Tampa Bay Rays-

Texas Rangers-

Toronto Blue Jays-

Washington Nationals-

Thanks!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Arizona Diamondbacks- Chris Young

    Atlanta Braves- Yunel Escobar

    Baltimore Orioles- Brian Roberts

    Boston Red Sox- Jacoby Ellsbury

    Chicago Cubs- Ryan Theriot

    Chicago White Sox- Orlando Cabrera

    Cincinnati Reds- Brandon Phillips

    Cleveland Indians- Grady Sizemore

    Colorado Rockies- Scott Podsednik

    Detroit Tigers- Curtis Granderson

    Florida Marlins- Hanley Ramirez

    Houston Astros- Micheal Bourn

    Kansas City Royals- Joey Gathright

    Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim- Chone Figgins

    Los Angeles Dodgers- Juan Pierre

    Milwaukee Brewers- Ricky Weeks

    Minnesota Twins- Carlos Gomez

    New York Mets- Jose Reyes

    New York Yankees- Johnny Damon

    Oakland Athletics- Mark Ellis

    Philadelphia Phillies- Jimmy Rollins

    Pittsburgh Pirates- Nate McLouth

    San Diego Padres- Tadahito Iguchi

    San Francisco Giants- Eugenio Velez

    Seattle Mariners- Ichiro

    St. Louis Cardinals- Skip Schumaker

    Tampa Bay Rays- Carl Crawford

    Texas Rangers- Ian Kinsler

    Toronto Blue Jays- Alex Rios

    Washington Nationals- Willie Harris

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm saying the best OVERALL baserunner, so smarts, speed, agility, all that is factored in. Not just speed.

    Arizona Diamondbacks- Eric Byrnes

    Atlanta Braves- Yunel Escobar

    Baltimore Orioles- Brian Roberts

    Boston Red Sox- Julio Lugo

    Chicago Cubs- Kosuke Fukudome

    Chicago White Sox- Orlando Cabrera

    Cincinnati Reds- Corey Patterson

    Cleveland Indians- Grady Sizemore

    Colorado Rockies- Willy Taveras

    Detroit Tigers- Curtis Granderson

    Florida Marlins- Hanley Ramirez

    Houston Astros- Michael Bourn

    Kansas City Royals- Mark Grudzielanek

    Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim- Chone Figgins

    Los Angeles Dodgers- Juan Pierre

    Milwaukee Brewers- Rickie Weeks

    Minnesota Twins- Carlos Gomez

    New York Mets- Jose Reyes

    New York Yankees- Derek Jeter

    Oakland Athletics- Mark Ellis

    Philadelphia Phillies- Jimmy Rollins

    Pittsburgh Pirates- Nate McLouth

    San Diego Padres- Tadahito Iguchi

    San Francisco Giants- Fred Lewis

    Seattle Mariners- Ichiro Suzuki

    St. Louis Cardinals- Albert Pujols

    Tampa Bay Rays- Carl Crawford

    Texas Rangers- Michael Young

    Toronto Blue Jays- Alex Rios

    Washington Nationals- Lastings Milledge

    I'd be glad to back any of them up.

    Source(s): Experience
  • 3 years ago

    It does no longer count selection. you're able to get each and every batter ouy. 27 up 27 down. no longer in basic terms 9 desirable innings. the starter blows this for the alleviation pitcher, as he confronted batters subsequently the alleviation pitcher didnt get them out.

  • 1 decade ago

    brian roberts on the orioles

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