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After having usually appeared within the hallowed pages of Baseball Assume Manufacturing unit, Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections have now been launched at FanGraphs for a decade. The train continues this offseason. Under are the projections for the Chicago White Sox.

Batters

The White Sox offense tasks equally to the way it did previous to the 2021 season, which is sweet information for the staff contemplating how simply they made the playoffs. However that additionally means the elemental issues within the offense stay, with an extra difficulty in comparison with final yr. ZiPS could also be underestimating Eloy Jiménez — it’s at all times onerous to judge gamers getting back from damage — however we will’t faux that there isn’t some danger concerned there. The remaining outfield place and DH are thornier considerations, and ZiPS is extra pessimistic right here than Steamer is. This isn’t a well-liked opinion, but when the White Sox plan to make use of Andrew Vaughn like our depth charts point out they are going to, I actually hope they simply let him crush Triple-A pitching for just a few months quite than juggling him with Gavin Sheets and Adam Engel. The essential downside is that although Vaughn was deservedly a terrific prospect, and 2020’s misplaced season in fact did him no favors, he nonetheless doesn’t have knowledgeable season in step with what you’ll anticipate from a prime first base prospect.

ZiPS didn’t see large upside remaining for Nick Madrigal given how low his energy ceiling is, however him being lacking here’s a loss, no matter whether or not you assume selecting up Craig Kimbrel was well worth the trade. Danny Mendick is an enough sufficient stopgap, however isn’t terribly thrilling, and the pc will not be bought on Romy Gonzalez, not less than, not but. The Sox do have some respiration room within the division, however like Vaughn, I would love them to see how Gonzalez does in Triple-A and take the much less dangerous path right here. I used to be disenchanted that the staff didn’t decide up César Hernández’s choice, regardless that he didn’t play significantly effectively in Chicago.

Tim Anderson, Yoán Moncada, Yasmani Grandal, and Luis Robert are the massive playoff pushers right here. You will not be conversant in Grandal’s prime comp, however Duke Sims is an attention-grabbing one. Grandal is the higher participant, however Sims had a pleasant little peak in his late 20s till he bought supplanted by Ray Fosse (he had already been traded earlier than Fosse’s well-known collision with Pete Rose).

Pitchers

There are few complaints in regards to the rotation right here. I believe they might nonetheless use one other arm, however 4 of the 5 probably starters for the Sox have a projected ERA+ north of 110. The one exception is Dallas Keuchel, however ZiPS sees him having a bounce-back season and not less than consuming innings for the staff; a 99 ERA+ could be a superb outcome for a staff’s fifth starter. The one factor actually preserving Kopech down is that I’m nonetheless not completely satisfied about his 2022 function, regardless that I believe logic dictates he’s within the rotation, although presumably with extra care than his rotation-mates. Reynaldo López is simply nice to have round as a spare starter, and if the Sox are solely prepared to spend a lot cash this offseason, you may make the argument {that a} hitter is the better want, even assuming that Carlos Rodón doesn’t return to the staff. ZiPS has a sure fascination with Johan Dominguez as worthy of some mop-up obligation, however I’m skeptical till he does it within the excessive minors.

Don’t be alarmed by Dylan Stop’s prime comp of Bobby Witt. This comparability is from the period when it seemed like Witt had figured issues out. That period turned out to be quite short-lived, however that doesn’t imply that would be the case for Stop.

The bullpen is deep and although Craig Kimbrel ranks extremely within the group, his projection is weak sufficient to make me marvel if selecting up his choice was a good suggestion from the perspective of a contender; Chicago could look to commerce him this winter. Jimmy Cordero, outrighted lately, is coming off Tommy John surgical procedure and feels just like the type of reliever who may pop up in August with the Dodgers or Rays or Brewers.

One pedantic notice for 2022: For the WAR graphic, I’m utilizing FanGraphs’ depth charts taking part in time, not the taking part in time ZiPS spits out, so there might be occasional variations in WAR totals.

Ballpark graphic courtesy Eephus League. Depth charts constructed by the use of these listed right here.

Batters – Normal

Participant
B
Age
PO
PA
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
BB
SO
SB
CS
Yasmani Grandal
S
33
C
467
375
61
88
15
1
23
70
82
116
1
1
Luis Robert
R
24
CF
500
459
68
128
24
4
22
68
29
126
16
5
Yoán Moncada
S
27
3B
622
546
80
142
30
4
21
71
67
169
6
2
Tim Anderson
R
29
SS
581
554
91
164
29
2
20
61
22
121
19
7
José Abreu
R
35
1B
614
549
75
145
31
2
27
109
44
135
1
0
Jake Burger
R
26
3B
530
473
62
119
17
1
20
56
40
99
2
2
Eloy Jiménez
R
25
LF
468
435
56
120
22
1
26
80
27
114
0
0
Cesar Hernandez
S
32
2B
618
549
77
134
22
2
16
60
60
125
4
2
Carlos Perez
R
25
C
442
414
43
96
20
0
13
52
19
62
1
0
Adam Engel
R
30
CF
385
354
44
85
17
3
12
39
19
96
13
4
Andrew Vaughn
R
24
LF
504
445
59
109
25
0
19
52
45
110
1
2
Gavin Sheets
L
26
1B
446
407
54
104
20
0
21
72
32
101
1
1
Danny Mendick
R
28
SS
447
398
47
93
15
1
10
41
41
95
7
5
Romy Gonzalez
R
25
SS
448
414
51
92
18
1
17
54
28
142
13
3
Yoelqui Cespedes
R
24
CF
341
320
34
78
15
1
8
29
12
108
11
3
Yolbert Sanchez
R
25
2B
415
399
44
110
11
0
9
36
15
60
3
0
Mikie Mahtook
R
32
CF
424
387
48
84
13
2
19
56
27
118
7
3
Jose Rodriguez
R
21
SS
543
521
63
136
22
2
17
56
17
90
17
6
Leury García
S
31
2B
499
454
61
118
20
3
8
46
30
105
9
3
Matt Reynolds
R
31
SS
381
340
39
73
17
2
6
29
35
106
3
2
Bryan Ramos
R
20
3B
539
489
59
102
19
2
20
58
30
140
8
1
Xavier Fernández
R
26
C
283
261
31
61
10
0
9
28
16
55
2
1
Zack Collins
L
27
C
358
302
40
59
14
1
11
42
50
123
1
0
Tim Beckham
R
32
SS
321
298
37
70
15
1
13
42
20
87
2
2
Rubén Tejada
R
32
3B
328
296
31
64
11
1
4
21
23
66
2
2
Billy Hamilton
R
31
CF
293
268
39
54
9
3
3
14
20
81
21
4
Brian Goodwin
L
31
RF
383
341
44
75
17
1
12
43
37
109
5
2
Yermín Mercedes
R
29
1B
456
419
49
105
17
1
15
57
28
84
2
1
Lenyn Sosa
R
22
SS
539
519
52
120
22
1
11
44
14
123
3
5
Laz Rivera
R
27
3B
408
381
39
86
16
1
7
32
11
94
8
7
Evan Skoug
L
26
C
215
193
19
30
6
1
6
20
18
79
1
0
Zach Remillard
R
28
SS
425
390
41
77
11
1
10
34
25
132
8
4
JJ Muno
L
28
3B
231
204
22
36
4
2
5
19
14
72
8
3
Tyler Neslony
L
28
LF
301
274
30
58
13
1
7
26
22
82
3
2
Micker Adolfo
R
25
RF
387
353
44
74
18
1
16
49
26
145
3
2
Seby Zavala
R
28
C
340
309
36
58
11
0
13
39
22
135
0
1
Joel Booker
R
28
CF
314
291
28
56
9
1
5
22
13
105
12
4
Jameson Fisher
L
28
1B
414
374
41
79
15
1
9
35
32
122
2
2
Gunnar Troutwine
R
26
C
216
194
21
37
7
0
4
15
19
67
0
0
Craig Dedelow
L
27
RF
458
422
43
78
16
2
14
47
28
167
2
2
Blake Rutherford
L
25
LF
508
478
48
107
20
4
8
43
23
135
6
3
Alex Destino
L
26
RF
454
417
47
81
12
1
16
49
32
159
1
0
Marco Hernandez
L
29
2B
369
349
34
81
14
1
4
24
9
73
2
3
Samir Dueñez
L
26
1B
376
344
36
67
12
1
11
36
26
109
2
0
Harvin Mendoza
L
23
1B
489
451
46
105
16
0
7
33
28
77
1
0
Luis Mieses
L
22
RF
503
473
53
111
25
2
16
58
17
101
0
0
Joe DeCarlo
R
28
1B
195
177
17
30
5
0
4
13
14
63
0
0
Mitch Roman
R
27
2B
331
303
27
55
7
1
2
16
23
115
10
3
Jagger Rusconi
S
25
2B
295
276
23
49
10
1
3
16
12
111
2
2
Ti’Quan Forbes
R
25
1B
426
395
38
84
14
2
6
30
22
116
3
4
Luis Curbelo
R
24
3B
477
448
46
77
17
2
19
55
24
198
1
1

Batters – Superior

Participant
BA
OBP
SLG
OPS+
ISO
BABIP
RC/27
Def
WAR
No. 1 Comp
Yasmani Grandal
.235
.373
.464
128
.229
.275
6.1
4
3.9
Duke Sims
Luis Robert
.279
.330
.492
121
.214
.341
6.2
3
3.2
Rondell White
Yoán Moncada
.260
.346
.445
115
.185
.340
5.7
1
3.2
Travis Fryman
Tim Anderson
.296
.325
.464
113
.168
.349
5.9
-4
2.8
Michael Younger
José Abreu
.264
.331
.475
117
.211
.305
5.8
-2
1.9
Invoice Skowron
Jake Burger
.252
.325
.419
102
.167
.280
4.9
-1
1.7
Peter Ciofrone
Eloy Jiménez
.276
.319
.510
122
.234
.319
6.1
-5
1.6
Mark Quinn
Cesar Hernandez
.244
.323
.379
92
.135
.289
4.4
0
1.4
Marv Owen
Carlos Perez
.232
.270
.374
74
.143
.245
3.6
10
1.3
Yadier Molina
Adam Engel
.240
.295
.407
90
.167
.297
4.4
3
1.2
Darnell McDonald
Andrew Vaughn
.245
.325
.429
105
.184
.285
4.9
-1
1.1
Marc Newfield
Gavin Sheets
.256
.311
.459
107
.204
.291
5.2
1
1.1
Danny Lewis
Danny Mendick
.234
.309
.352
81
.118
.283
3.8
4
1.1
Chris Gomez
Romy Gonzalez
.222
.277
.394
81
.171
.294
4.0
2
0.9
Jose Fernandez
Yoelqui Cespedes
.244
.290
.372
80
.128
.343
4.0
4
0.7
Curt Flood
Yolbert Sanchez
.276
.304
.371
84
.095
.306
4.3
1
0.7
Chris Getz
Mikie Mahtook
.217
.275
.408
84
.191
.260
3.9
2
0.6
Damon Buford
Jose Rodriguez
.261
.285
.409
87
.148
.287
4.4
-6
0.6
Chin-Lung Hu
Leury García
.260
.310
.370
85
.110
.323
4.3
-3
0.5
Adam Kennedy
Matt Reynolds
.215
.290
.329
70
.115
.294
3.3
4
0.4
Bobby Scales
Bryan Ramos
.209
.272
.378
76
.170
.249
3.6
1
0.3
Adam Fox
Xavier Fernández
.234
.281
.375
78
.142
.264
3.7
-1
0.2
Gary Bennett
Zack Collins
.195
.311
.358
83
.162
.286
3.8
-8
0.1
Eric Helfand
Tim Beckham
.235
.287
.423
91
.188
.288
4.2
-8
0.0
Scott Seabol
Rubén Tejada
.216
.284
.301
61
.084
.265
2.9
4
-0.2
Kevin Baez
Billy Hamilton
.201
.255
.291
50
.090
.277
3.0
4
-0.3
Wealthy Thompson
Brian Goodwin
.220
.298
.381
85
.161
.286
4.0
-4
-0.4
Orsino Hill
Yermín Mercedes
.251
.299
.403
90
.153
.281
4.3
-5
-0.4
Chan Perry
Lenyn Sosa
.231
.255
.341
61
.110
.283
2.9
3
-0.4
Andres Thomas
Laz Rivera
.226
.265
.328
61
.102
.282
2.9
3
-0.5
Jace Brewer
Evan Skoug
.155
.234
.290
43
.135
.222
2.2
1
-0.5
Dave Ullery
Zach Remillard
.197
.255
.308
54
.110
.270
2.6
3
-0.5
Chris Petersen
JJ Muno
.176
.261
.289
51
.113
.244
2.6
0
-0.5
Brian Keck
Tyler Neslony
.212
.273
.343
68
.131
.276
3.2
1
-0.6
Greg Creek
Micker Adolfo
.210
.272
.402
81
.193
.302
3.7
-4
-0.6
Brian McFall
Seby Zavala
.188
.246
.350
61
.162
.280
2.8
-3
-0.6
Dane Sardinha
Joel Booker
.192
.238
.282
42
.089
.282
2.4
2
-0.9
Martin Foley
Jameson Fisher
.211
.277
.329
65
.118
.288
3.1
0
-1.2
Craig Cooper
Gunnar Troutwine
.191
.265
.289
52
.098
.268
2.6
-9
-1.2
J.C. Boscan
Craig Dedelow
.185
.241
.332
55
.147
.266
2.6
5
-1.3
Kris Harvey
Blake Rutherford
.224
.261
.333
61
.109
.296
3.0
2
-1.5
Alex Negron
Alex Destino
.194
.256
.343
62
.149
.269
3.0
-2
-1.5
Ryan Kane
Marco Hernandez
.232
.255
.312
54
.080
.283
2.7
-5
-1.5
Brandon Pinckney
Samir Dueñez
.195
.251
.331
58
.137
.250
2.8
-1
-1.6
John Lindsey
Harvin Mendoza
.233
.282
.315
64
.082
.267
3.1
-1
-1.6
Dennis Colon
Luis Mieses
.235
.263
.397
77
.163
.267
3.7
-10
-1.6
Eric Welsh
Joe DeCarlo
.169
.237
.266
38
.096
.236
2.0
-6
-1.7
Chris Tremie
Mitch Roman
.182
.242
.231
31
.050
.285
2.0
-1
-1.8
Chuck Abbott
Jagger Rusconi
.178
.222
.254
30
.076
.284
1.8
-2
-1.8
Leury Bonilla
Ti’Quan Forbes
.213
.264
.304
55
.091
.286
2.6
-1
-1.9
Greg Porter
Luis Curbelo
.172
.216
.346
50
.174
.251
2.4
-6
-2.2
Tom Schmidt

Pitchers – Normal

Participant
T
Age
W
L
ERA
G
GS
IP
H
ER
HR
BB
SO
FIP
Lucas Giolito
R
27
13
8
3.36
30
30
174.3
135
65
23
55
217
3.42
Dylan Stop
R
26
12
8
3.88
32
32
162.3
136
70
20
76
204
3.82
Lance Lynn
R
35
10
8
3.98
27
26
149.3
137
66
23
50
158
4.17
Carlos Rodon
L
29
9
6
3.88
21
20
106.7
89
46
16
41
133
3.96
Dallas Keuchel
L
34
9
8
4.46
27
26
145.3
153
72
21
49
104
4.74
Liam Hendriks
R
33
6
3
2.83
62
0
63.7
47
20
9
15
94
2.82
Michael Kopech
R
26
5
3
3.76
34
9
76.7
62
32
10
36
103
3.75
Reynaldo Lopez
R
28
9
9
4.76
30
24
128.7
124
68
23
48
120
4.87
Aaron Bummer
L
28
4
2
3.10
60
0
58.0
45
20
4
26
70
3.16
Johan Dominguez
R
26
7
7
4.79
24
23
99.7
106
53
16
32
79
4.83
Tanner Banks
L
30
5
5
4.67
24
13
90.7
98
47
14
22
65
4.65
Garrett Crochet
L
23
5
3
3.29
52
0
52.0
41
19
5
23
66
3.33
Jason Bilous
R
24
6
7
4.96
23
23
89.0
91
49
16
38
84
5.08
Kyle Kubat
L
29
5
5
4.78
26
12
81.0
89
43
13
20
59
4.70
Craig Kimbrel
R
34
4
3
3.75
54
0
48.0
33
20
8
25
75
3.97
Kade McClure
R
26
5
6
5.08
23
23
101.0
110
57
18
34
81
5.08
Jimmy Cordero
R
30
4
3
3.88
60
0
65.0
61
28
5
31
56
4.12
Emilio Vargas
R
25
5
6
5.10
22
18
90.0
94
51
18
32
80
5.24
Jace Fry
L
28
3
3
3.96
50
1
50.0
41
22
5
29
61
3.90
Jimmy Lambert
R
27
4
5
5.11
21
20
74.0
74
42
14
35
74
5.22
Andrew Perez
L
24
2
1
3.97
32
0
45.3
44
20
6
13
44
3.95
Kaleb Roper
R
26
5
5
5.16
20
16
66.3
67
38
11
34
62
5.19
Bennett Sousa
L
27
4
4
4.31
43
0
54.3
52
26
8
18
54
4.27
Will Kincanon
R
26
2
2
4.20
32
0
40.7
37
19
3
25
40
4.16
Matt Foster
R
27
3
3
4.34
50
0
58.0
54
28
10
22
61
4.56
Ryan Tepera
R
34
2
1
4.35
56
0
49.7
42
24
8
21
58
4.39
Kevin McCarthy
R
30
2
2
4.47
45
1
54.3
58
27
8
16
36
4.76
Carl Edwards Jr.
R
30
2
2
4.40
35
0
30.7
26
15
4
16
35
4.26
Jose Ruiz
R
27
2
2
4.58
56
0
59.0
55
30
9
28
60
4.65
Brian Glowicki
R
27
2
2
4.60
33
0
45.0
43
23
7
19
46
4.62
Tyler Johnson
R
26
2
2
4.68
34
0
42.3
40
22
6
23
42
4.88
Taylor Varnell
L
27
5
6
5.62
19
17
73.7
79
46
14
35
59
5.68
Jonathan Stiever
R
25
5
7
5.64
20
19
91.0
100
57
22
26
82
5.54
Davis Martin
R
25
5
7
5.66
24
24
95.3
107
60
18
41
74
5.56
Peter Tago
R
29
2
2
5.00
31
1
45.0
43
25
7
25
47
4.91
Declan Cronin
R
24
4
4
4.86
37
0
46.3
48
25
4
26
30
4.82
Ryan Burr
R
28
3
3
4.99
45
1
48.7
47
27
7
28
44
5.09
John Parke
L
27
5
7
5.74
24
23
111.3
132
71
21
40
62
5.78
J.B. Olson
R
27
3
3
5.00
31
0
45.0
52
25
7
11
26
4.91
Zach Muckenhirn
L
27
2
3
5.13
38
0
47.3
46
27
7
28
44
5.21
Caleb Freeman
R
24
2
3
5.27
41
0
42.7
43
25
8
22
40
5.43
Hunter Schryver
L
27
1
2
5.29
41
0
51.0
53
30
9
27
46
5.43
Anderson Severino
L
27
2
3
5.85
38
0
40.0
40
26
7
33
38
6.26
Luis Ledo
R
27
2
3
5.90
35
0
39.7
40
26
7
29
38
5.90
Kodi Medeiros
L
26
3
5
6.08
28
10
74.0
77
50
14
55
69
6.17
Alec Hansen
R
27
2
3
6.43
33
0
35.0
29
25
5
48
44
6.81
Blake Battenfield
R
27
5
9
6.36
23
21
103.3
129
73
27
32
62
6.48
Ofreidy Gómez
R
26
5
8
6.37
28
15
89.0
98
63
20
57
71
6.60
Jake Elliott
R
27
2
4
6.71
31
1
53.7
64
40
14
26
38
6.78

Pitchers – Superior

Participant
Okay/9
BB/9
HR/9
BB%
Okay%
BABIP
ERA+
ERA-
WAR
No. 1 Comp
Lucas Giolito
11.2
2.8
1.2
7.8%
30.7%
.275
131
76
4.1
Jake Peavy
Dylan Stop
11.3
4.2
1.1
10.9%
29.3%
.298
113
88
3.0
Bobby Witt
Lance Lynn
9.5
3.0
1.4
7.9%
25.1%
.289
111
90
2.6
Todd Stottlemyre
Carlos Rodon
11.2
3.5
1.4
9.1%
29.6%
.287
113
88
2.0
Larry McWilliams
Dallas Keuchel
6.4
3.0
1.3
7.8%
16.5%
.291
99
101
1.8
Geoff Zahn
Liam Hendriks
13.3
2.1
1.3
6.0%
37.5%
.288
156
64
1.6
Trevor Hoffman
Michael Kopech
12.1
4.2
1.2
11.0%
31.4%
.297
117
85
1.4
Jack Meyer
Reynaldo Lopez
8.4
3.4
1.6
8.7%
21.7%
.282
93
108
1.1
Jason Johnson
Aaron Bummer
10.9
4.0
0.6
10.7%
28.7%
.291
142
71
1.1
Tug McGraw
Johan Dominguez
7.1
2.9
1.4
7.3%
18.1%
.297
92
109
0.9
Elizardo Ramirez
Tanner Banks
6.5
2.2
1.4
5.6%
16.7%
.296
94
106
0.8
Mike Jeffcoat
Garrett Crochet
11.4
4.0
0.9
10.5%
30.1%
.293
134
75
0.8
Al Hrabosky
Jason Bilous
8.5
3.8
1.6
9.6%
21.3%
.298
89
113
0.6
Randy Niemann
Kyle Kubat
6.6
2.2
1.4
5.7%
16.9%
.299
92
109
0.6
Mark Hendrickson
Craig Kimbrel
14.1
4.7
1.5
12.3%
36.9%
.272
117
85
0.6
Jeff Nelson
Kade McClure
7.2
3.0
1.6
7.6%
18.2%
.301
87
115
0.6
Chien-Ming Wang
Jimmy Cordero
7.8
4.3
0.7
10.8%
19.5%
.295
113
88
0.6
Sean Inexperienced
Emilio Vargas
8.0
3.2
1.8
8.1%
20.3%
.292
86
116
0.5
Roy Smith
Jace Fry
11.0
5.2
0.9
13.2%
27.9%
.295
111
90
0.4
Hector Mercado
Jimmy Lambert
9.0
4.3
1.7
10.6%
22.4%
.296
86
116
0.4
Tom Newell
Andrew Perez
8.7
2.6
1.2
6.8%
22.9%
.299
111
90
0.4
Dana Allison
Kaleb Roper
8.4
4.6
1.5
11.4%
20.7%
.298
85
117
0.3
Jaret Wright
Bennett Sousa
8.9
3.0
1.3
7.8%
23.3%
.295
102
98
0.2
Danny Boone
Will Kincanon
8.9
5.5
0.7
13.7%
21.9%
.301
105
96
0.2
Gabe Dehoyos
Matt Foster
9.5
3.4
1.6
8.9%
24.6%
.288
101
99
0.2
Joe Beckwith
Ryan Tepera
10.5
3.8
1.4
9.9%
27.4%
.279
101
99
0.2
Jose DeLeon
Kevin McCarthy
6.0
2.7
1.3
6.8%
15.3%
.289
98
102
0.2
John Boozer
Carl Edwards Jr.
10.3
4.7
1.2
12.0%
26.3%
.286
100
100
0.1
Calvin Jones
Jose Ruiz
9.2
4.3
1.4
10.9%
23.3%
.289
96
104
0.1
Jay Robertson
Brian Glowicki
9.2
3.8
1.4
9.6%
23.4%
.295
96
105
0.0
Edwin Nunez
Tyler Johnson
8.9
4.9
1.3
12.1%
22.1%
.293
94
106
0.0
Gabe Dehoyos
Taylor Varnell
7.2
4.3
1.7
10.5%
17.7%
.294
78
128
0.0
Sean Henn
Jonathan Stiever
8.1
2.6
2.2
6.5%
20.6%
.297
78
128
0.0
Mark DiFelice
Davis Martin
7.0
3.9
1.7
9.5%
17.1%
.303
78
129
0.0
Yoann Torrealba
Peter Tago
9.4
5.0
1.4
12.4%
23.3%
.298
88
114
-0.1
Roberto Giron
Declan Cronin
5.8
5.1
0.8
12.3%
14.2%
.295
91
110
-0.1
Bob Miller
Ryan Burr
8.1
5.2
1.3
12.7%
20.0%
.288
88
113
-0.1
Marc Pisciotta
John Parke
5.0
3.2
1.7
7.9%
12.3%
.297
77
130
-0.1
Dave Otto
J.B. Olson
5.2
2.2
1.4
5.6%
13.3%
.300
88
114
-0.2
Tim McNab
Zach Muckenhirn
8.4
5.3
1.3
13.0%
20.4%
.291
86
117
-0.2
Kevin Tolar
Caleb Freeman
8.4
4.6
1.7
11.5%
20.8%
.292
83
120
-0.3
Mike Madden
Hunter Schryver
8.1
4.8
1.6
11.6%
19.8%
.299
83
120
-0.4
Geoff Jones
Anderson Severino
8.6
7.4
1.6
17.1%
19.7%
.295
75
133
-0.5
Bobby Sprowl
Luis Ledo
8.6
6.6
1.6
15.5%
20.3%
.297
75
134
-0.5
Mike Schultz
Kodi Medeiros
8.4
6.7
1.7
15.6%
19.5%
.299
72
138
-0.6
Roger Samuels
Alec Hansen
11.3
12.3
1.3
26.4%
24.2%
.289
68
146
-0.7
Archie Corbin
Blake Battenfield
5.4
2.8
2.4
6.8%
13.2%
.298
69
145
-0.8
Josh Towers
Ofreidy Gómez
7.2
5.8
2.0
13.6%
16.9%
.292
69
145
-0.8
Nick Skuse
Jake Elliott
6.4
4.4
2.3
10.4%
15.2%
.296
66
152
-1.1
Steven Rowe

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