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 Posted: Fri Sep 26th, 2014 07:07 pm
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martini wrote: Might not have been, but an argument can be made that neither was Ozzie Smith because he wasn't exactly a great hitter or RBI machine.

I would say a case could be made for Jeter in 1999 and 2000 as to when he might've been in the "best SS in baseball" conversation.

I agree in the 1999/2000 period as well.
If you discount Roids (Aroid and Tejada, along with an obviously developed NOMAR), he was the best SS in baseball for almost his entire career.



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