Luke I completely agree. My personal beef with Ellsbury is that "speed guys" with injury concerns age really quickly and really badly. That to me is what Ellsbury is. Choo is a more dominant OPS player and can easily slide to the corner spots with no real difficulty. His arm plays up for sure. The other thing is that Ellsbury will see a numbers decline with infield hits and bunt hits much sooner than Choo will quit driving the ball. Choo is the big ticket and Ellsbury is a runner up in my mind.
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