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박종유 2007. 11. 19. 16:46

 

 

혹여나 못 보신 분들이 많을까 싶어 올려봅니다.^^자신의 기준과 비교해보는 기회로 삼아 보시길........영어라도 어려운 단어는 없으니 잘 보시길 바랍니다.

그래도 어려운건 댓글로 물어보시면 잘 답해드리겠습니다.다른 궁금증도 받습니다.

 

SI Players MLB Poll
[Based on a survey of 469 MLB Players]
Who is the smartest person in baseball?
Greg Maddux, Padres P....10%
Billy Beane, A's G.M.....9%
Tony La Russa, Cards manager.....5%
Brad Ausmus, Astros C.....5%
Bobby Cox, Braves manager.....4%
Terry Ryan, Twins G.M.....3%
Derek Jeter, Yankees SS.....3%
Omar Minaya, Mets G.M.....3%
John Schuerholz, Braves G.M.....3%
Tom Glavine, Mets P.....2%
FAST FACTS: only two other players cracked the top 10: Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (seventh, 3.1%) and Mets pitcher Tom Glavine (10th, 1.8%).... Maddux's nickname is the Professor; Orioles pitching coach Leo Mazzone, who was with Maddux in Atlanta, called him, "the smartest pitcher I have ever seen." ... Ausmus has a degree in government from Dartmouth, La Russa a law degree from Florida State... Beane's perennially low-payroll team will likely end up below second in the AL West -- its worst finish since 1998.
Players MLB Poll
[Based on a survey of 212 major league pitchers]
Which pitching statistic is most meaningful?
Earned Run Average.....33%
Walks and Hits per Inning Pitched.....18%
Wins.....13%
Inherited Runners Allowed to Score.....6%
Innings Pitched.....6%
Quality Starts.....4%
Games Pitched.....3%
Opponent Batting Average.....2%
Walks Allowed.....2%
Percent of First Batter Retired.....2%
Percent of Inherited Runners Scored.....1%
FAST FACTS: Padre Chris Young led the majors in ERA (1.93) and WHIP (0.99) through Sunday; the A's Dan Haren (above) had an AL-best 2.54 ERA .... While 46% of starters chose ERA, relievers' top choice was WHIP (23.5%)

Photograph by Brad Mangin/SI

Players Poll
[Based on a survey of 464 MLB players] Click HERE to react to this poll.
Who is the friendliest player in baseball?
Sean Casey, Tigers 1B.....46%
Jim Thome, White Sox DH.....7%
Mike Sweeney, Royals DH.....7%
Dave Roberts, Giants CF.....4%
David Ortiz, Red Sox DH.....4%
Johnny Damon, Yankees CF.....2%
Kevin Millar, Orioles 1B.....2%
Luis Gonzalez, Dodgers LF.....1%
Tony Clark , Dbacks 1B.....1%
Raul Ibanez, Mariners LF.....1%
Who is the least friendly player in baseball?
Barry Bonds, Giants LF.....26%
Jeff Kent, Dodgers 2B.....20%
A.J. Pierzynski, White Sox C.....13%
Alex Rodriguez, Yankees 3B.....12%
Randy Johnson, D-Backs P.....4%
Curt Schilling, Red Sox SP.....4%
Jose Guillen, Mariners RF.....2%
Milton Bradley, A's CF.....1%
Jason Kendall, A's C.....1%
Chipper Jones, Braves 3B.....1%
FAST FACTS: Players were not allowed to vote for a teammate.... No pitcher finished among the top 10 in the "friendliest" vote.... Among NL West players, Kent (31.3%) outpolled Bonds (13.6%) as "least friendly." ... Two years ago Hal McCoy, a Cincinnati Reds beat writer for 35 years, said, "There's no debate, and there never will be a debate. Sean Casey is the nicest guy in professional baseball. Ever."

Photographs by Doug Benc/Getty Images; Brad Mangin/SI

SI Players MLB Poll
[Based on a survey of 464 MLB players]
Which player gets the least out of the most talent?

Wily Mo Peña, Red Sox OF.....13%
J.D. Drew, Red Sox OF.....10%
A.J. Burnett, Blue Jays P.....5%
Daniel Cabrera, Orioles P.....5%
Pat Burrell, Phillies OF.....5%
Mark Prior, Cubs P.....5%
Kerry Wood, Cubs p.....3%
Adrian Beltre, Mariners 3B.....2%
Gil Meche, Royals P.....2%
Kip Wells, Cardinals P.....2%

FAST FACTS: Aside from Peña and Drew, the only teammates to finish in the top 10 were oft-injured Cubs pitchers Mark Prior and Kerry Wood (sixth and seventh, respectively)... Red Sox DH David Ortiz has said of the 6' 3", 245-pound Peña, a part-timer: His power is unbelievable... Nobody hits the ball like Mo -- nobody... Drew signed a five-year, $70 million deal in January; he's batting .244... Cabrera, who throws in the high 90s, leads the AL in walks with 41.

Photograph by Jim Rogash/WireImage.com

SI Players Poll
[Based on a survey of 470 MLB players]
Who is the most underrated player in baseball?
Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
Michael Young, Rangers .....11%
Bobby Abreu, Phillies.....6%
Garret Anderson, Angels .....5%
Mark Loretta, Red Sox .....5%
David Eckstein, Cardinals .....4%
Bill Mueller, Dodgers .....4%
Chone Figgins, Angels .....3%
Vernon Wells, Blue Jays .....2%
Raul Ibanez, Mariners .....2%
Melvin Mora, Orioles .....2%
Who is the most overrated player in baseball?
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Derek Jeter, Yankees .....9%
Carlos Beltran, Mets .....7%
Alex Rodriguez, Yankees .....6%
J.D. Drew, Dodgers .....5%
Nomar Garciaparra, Dodgers .....4%
A.J. Burnett, Blue Jays.....4%
Jason Kendall, A's .....3%
Kerry Wood, Cubs .....3%
Josh Beckett, Red Sox .....3%
Johnny Damon, Yankees .....3%
FAST FACTS:For more on Young, who got 17.6% of the underrated vote among American Leaguers, see page 44.... The only pitchers with multiple "underrated" votes were the Cubs' Carlos Zambrano, the Blue Jays' Roy Halladay and the Angels' Scot Shields (two votes each).... Among foreign-born voters, 18.2% picked Jeter as overrated.... In an SI PLAYERS poll last year Jeter was voted the majors' top shortstop.... Toronto's A.J. Burnett (3.7%) led overrated pitchers
Players Poll
[Based on a survey of 415 MLB players]
Which ballpark is the most difficult to play in as a visiting player?
John Iacono/SI
Yankee Stadium.....21%
Fenway Park (Red Sox).....20%
Wrigley Field (Cubs).....10%
Citizens Bank Park (Phillies).....10%
McAfee Coliseum (A's).....4%
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (Twins).....4%
AT&T Park (Giants).....3%
U.S. Cellular Field (White Sox).....3%
Dolphin Stadium (Marlins).....3%
Shea Stadium (Mets).....3%
FAST FACTS: Among AL East voters, 33.5% picked Fenway; just 16.9% chose Yankee Stadium.... The Yankees will play five games at Fenway this week.... The A's McAfee Coliseum was fifth (4%).... Every stadium except for Oriole Park at Camden Yards received at least one vote.... The Phillies are 28-33 at home this season but 28-27 on the road.

 

Players MLB Poll
[Based on a survey of 257 major league nonpitchers]
Which is the best big league park to hit in?
Citizens Bank Park, (Philadelphia).....25%
Great American Ball Park, (Cincinnati).....19%
Coors Field, (Colorado).....8%
U.S. Cellular Field, (Chicago White Sox).....7%
Chase Field, (Arizona).....5%
Minute Maid Park, (Houston).....5%
Fenway Park, (Boston).....4%
Angel Stadium of Anaheim, (L.A. Angels).....2%
Which is the toughest park to hit in?
Petco Park, (San Diego).....16%
AT&T Park, (San Francisco).....14%
RFK Stadium, (Washington D.C.).....11%
Comerica Park, (Detroit)....11%
McAfee Colliseum, (Oakland).....6%
Safeco Field, (Seattle).....5%
Wrigley Field, (Chicago Cubs).....4%
U.S. Cellular Field, (Chicago White Sox).....1%
FAST FACTS: The Phillies led the NL with 640 runs scored through Sunday.... The Padres were last in the majors in batting average (.244) and first in ERA (3.54).... Barry Bonds has hit 159 career home runs at AT&T Park, which opened in 2000 as Pacific Bell Park.

Logos: Courtesy of Philadelphia Phillies; Courtesy of San Diego Padres

Players MLB Poll
[Based on a survey of 257 MLB nonpitchers]
Which individual hitting statistic is the most meaningful?
Runs Batted In....41%
On-base percentage.....19%
Batting average.....13%
On-base plus slugging.....11%
Runs.....6%
Home Runs.....4%
RISP Average.....2%
Slugging.....1%
Two-out RBIs.....1%
Strikeouts (Batter).....1%
FAST FACTS: Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez led the majors, through Monday, with 147 RBIs.... The Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz (above) had a big-league best .436 on-base percentage.... Home runs (sixth, 3.6%) was the only other category to draw more than 2% of the vote.... With one week to go, Chipper Jones of the Braves (.341) and Matt Holliday of the Rockies (.337) were battling for the National League batting title.

Photograph by Damian Strohmeyer/SI

 

 

 (출처:si.com)

 

 

1) What do you trust most in judging a player?

57.3% What your gut tells you watching him play.
42.7% What the numbers tell you looking at the statistics.

2) If you were a GM, which would you rather have as a pitching prospect?

61.8% Tops out at 90 mph with less high-end potential, but consistent in minors with low walk totals.
38.2% Throws 95 mph with high-ceiling potential, but inconsistent in minors with a lot of walks.

3) If you were a GM, what would be more important in evaluating a hitting prospect?

92.0% A consistent hitter across the board, who gets on base with walks but lacks power.
8.0% A batting-practice monster who hits well in spurts, with lots of power and a low on-base percentage.

4) Budgets being equal, which formula would lead to the best results?

63.8% Small Ball: Defense, speed, situational hitting and letting starting pitcher pitch deep into games.
36.2% Money Ball: on-base percentage, power and managing pitch counts and pitching matchups.

5) If your favorite team needed a GM, who would you rather see them hire?

52.0% J.P. Ricciardi
48.0% Ken Williams

6) Which stat do you trust most in evaluating a hitter?

40.2% OPS (On-base + slugging)
27.3% On-base percentage
23.0% Batting average
8.3% RBI
1.1% Slugging percentage

7) Which stat do you trust most in evaluating a starting pitcher?

47.7% ERA
28.7% Opponents' batting average
18.0% Strikeout-to-walk ratio
5.6% Wins

8) What is the most overrated offensive statistic?

37.9% Home runs
19.0% OPS
17.2% RBI
13.3% Stolen bases
12.7% Batting average

9) What is the most overrated tool for a position player?

40.6% Power
20.0% Arm strength
11.0% Hustle/desire
10.0% Fielding range
9.7% Plate discipline
8.6% Speed

Total Votes: 9,330

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