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MLB Network’s “The Shredder” vs. SSTN’s “The Determinator”: Shor

Last week we finishing running through each of the positions around the diamond from The Determinator, and as we did last year let’s compare my evaluations with MLB Network’s The Shredder.

Let’s continue around the diamond and head off to the final spot on the infield: Shortstop


The Shredder vs. The Determinator:

The Shredder, from MLB Network’s Top 10: Shortstop

The Shredder, from MLB Network’s Top 10: Shortstop

The Determinator, from SSTN’s Top 10: Shortstop

The Determinator, from SSTN’s Top 10: Shortstop


Key Notes of Difference:

The Shredder and The Determinator differed on including 4 different catchers to each list, of which the omissions per list were:

The Shredder:

Marcus Semien (TOR)

Paul DeJong (STL)

Nick Ahmed (ARI)

The Determinator:

Carlos Correa (HOU)

Bo Bichette (TOR)

Javier Baez (CHC)

Between players that made each list, no player stayed the same between each list. Here are the noticeable changes from The Shredder to The Determinator:

Fernando Tatis Jr. (#2 to #6)

Xander Bogaerts (#3 to #2)

Corey Seager (#6 to #10)

Tim Anderson (#10 to #7)


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