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Cliff Floyd surely should be an all-star. I loved him since his Eastern League days. Good offense, and good defense when playing the Phils. My current hunch on the NL East is the team featuring Julio and the rookies.

Jason: Couldn't agree with you more about J-Roll. LaRussa has always struck me as spiteful and far from the genius he is alleged to be. (But, then, baseball people have a strange notion of intelligence. Some Phila. beat writer thought Scott Rolen was an intellectual because he was carrying around something by Jack Kerouac. Adolescent stuff, yes. Intellectual?

The only team with the horses is the Phillies. Seriously, their roster looks just as good as any other in the NL East. However, I believe it is time these horses are taken to the glue factory.

I think we Phillie fans tend to overrate players like Floyd who kill us. I don't think he's the best OFer left off the team-he's not a great defender (see last night), and he has fewer RBIs than Pat the Bat and Ken Griffey. I'd put Griffey on the team before the other two myself.

I think we Phillie fans tend to overrate players like Floyd who kill us. I don't think he's the best OFer left off the team-he's not a great defender (see last night), and he has fewer RBIs than Pat the Bat and Ken Griffey. I'd put Griffey on the team before the other two myself.

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