Right Field: Yoenis Cespedes vs Jorge Soler

The Cuban Clash. See how much fun we’re having by comparing these positions? Soler has shown flashes to really impress people in his transition to the Bigs. The guy was on base all nine plate appearances to start off his post-season career before going 0-3 in Game 4. That’s mightily impressive, so by no means will he be an easy out in spite of his struggles against the Mets this season.

The hero himself, quite possibly baseballs’ MVP of the 2nd half of the 2015 season.. drum roll please: Yoenis Cespedes. It makes you wonder how this is now his 4th team in his four years in MLB. Yoenis is like that really cute puppy at the puppy store that nobody seems to want to bring home. In spite of his free-agency looming, I think both sides would like to keep the fun rolling for a long time to come. That’s if Fred Wilpon wants to pony up the dough – which is unfortunately asking a lot out of him.

Winner: Cespedes gets the cigar

3-3-1 tied

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