View Poll Results: Better all time 25 man roster

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Thread: Braves vs Brewers

  
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    Braves vs Brewers

    Who has a better all time 25 man roster? Who would win if these two teams faced off?

    Braves

    C: Joe Torre, Del Crandell
    1B: Fred Tenney, Freddie Freeman
    2B: Bobby Lowe, Marcus Giles
    3B: Eddie Mathews, Chipper Jones
    SS: Herman Long, Johnny Logan
    LF: Wally Berger
    CF: Andruw Jones, Dale Murphy
    RF: Hank Aaron, Tommy Holmes
    SP: Kid Nichols, Warren Spahn, Phil Niekro, Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine
    RP: Rick Camp, Craig Kimbrel, Steve Bedrosian, John Smoltz, Gene Garber

    Brewers

    C: Johnathan Lucroy, B.J. Surhoff
    1B: Cecil Cooper, George Scott
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    2B: Jim Gantner, Rickie Weeks
    3B: Paul Molitor, Don Money
    SS: Robin Yount, Jose Valentin
    LF: Ryan Braun, Geoff Jenkins, Ben Oglivie
    CF: Carlos Gomez
    RF: Sixto Lezcano
    SP: Teddy Higuera, Ben Sheets, Chris Bosio, Bill Wegman, Mike Caldwell
    RP: Dan Plesac, Ken Sanders, Rollie Fingers, Chuck Crim, Jeremy Jeffress

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    The Braves would steamroll with that rotation and that lineup for them is pretty good too. Just too much for the Brewers to handle.
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