>How come Jose Reyes does not show up on the top offensive
>players list? He has a good about of RBI's, Large amounts of
>Hits, and an amazing number of Steals. To me hes top 5
>offensive in the league.
Reyes is still great, but ranks #39 on PlayerTrack currently. After a brief look, I saw Hanley Ramirez, Derek Jeter, and even Orlando Cabrera ahead of him in overall, standard 5x5 comparison.
Reyes' HR number of 2 kills his value, but anyone in the top 50 is going to be cream of the crop.
Here are Reyes rankings on PlayerTrack:
Rankings: BA(70/534) RBI(89/534) R(7/534) HR(228/534) SB(1/534)
Obviously premier player in SBs and runs... but no higher than 70th out of 534 in the other categories (and, egads, that HR ranking is awful).
I have him on my first place money league team, so I am very happy with him (he is carrying me in SBs and not killing me in BA).