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After having sometimes 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. Beneath are the projections for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Batters

Like most groups that lose 110 video games, the 2021 Diamondbacks have been awful. However they’re not utterly hopeless. Certainly, when perusing the projections from high to backside, the general feeling you get isn’t one among a lineup filled with disasters and voids however fairly an overwhelming rush of underwhelmedness, which I’m undecided is an precise phrase. There are some 20 organizational gamers listed right here (some at the moment are minor league free brokers) with projected WARs between 0.5 and 1.5 wins. These are gamers who’ve worth and may contribute to a profitable group, however who aren’t going to win divisions on their very own. Ketel Marte initiatives to face clearly above the remainder of the lineup in 2022, giving Arizona’s offense the look of a bowl of Fortunate Charms that has had all of the marshmallows picked out.

It wouldn’t have prevented Arizona being dead-last within the NL West, however the group suffered from an actual lack of creativeness in 2021. Whereas issues improved later within the season, the group prioritized enjoying veterans like Asdrúbal Cabrera, Josh Reddick, and Stephen Vogt (amongst others) for months previous the purpose at which it was apparent that the group wasn’t an precise contender. Most often, giving time to a mildly fascinating 25-year-old is a greater thought than trotting out a participant a decade older, however the Diamondbacks have been too little, too late when it got here to taking a look at gamers who have been excelling in Reno. Take Juniel Querecuto, presently a minor-league free agent, for example. Neither ZiPS nor I feel he’s a starter, not to mention a star, however a center infielder with a .301/.354/.489 line at Triple-A is a minimum of price getting a have a look at. Seeing Cooper Hummel, acquired within the Eduardo Escobar commerce, in left for 2 months would have helped the franchise greater than seeing if David Peralta may nonetheless man the place at 34.

One exception to this cloud of meh is Alek Thomas, who crushed it within the higher minors this 12 months, for a mixed line of .313/.394/.559. ZiPS isn’t utterly offered fairly but, however the system is satisfied he’ll stick in heart subject, which is a reasonably huge deal, and his rest-of-career projected WAR now tops the 20-win mark, passing Marte. ZiPS doesn’t have a lot to say about Corbin Carroll but, in fact.

Pitchers

The story continues right here. Identical to the offense, there’s one pitcher who’s clearly projected above the others in Zac Gallen, lengthy of the projection system’s faves. When you get previous Gallen, ZiPS sees little separating the group’s second-best pitcher from their Tenth-best. That’s not the worst drawback on the earth, however having baseball’s deepest secure of pitchers 10% worse than league common doesn’t precisely prints cash. The pc isn’t holding out a lot hope for a Madison Bumgarner resurgence, and if he exhibits some form of pulse this season, the group could also be greatest served by slicing their losses whereas the getting is nice. ZiPS thinks Luis Frías was considerably unfortunate for Reno, projecting him equally to how Steamer does, however I don’t count on that he’ll begin the season within the rotation.

You received’t get any extra excited wanting on the bullpen, a unit that put up a 5.08 mixed ERA in 2021. Mitchell Stumpo, projected by ZiPS because the group’s greatest reliever, was a enjoyable story in 2021. A Driveline alumnus, Stumpo was an undrafted reliever with an unimpressive faculty document for the Guilford Quakers, the place he was arguably a greater hitter than a pitcher; two years later, he can hit 97 mph. He burst via Arizona’s minor league system in 2021, pitching at 4 ranges earlier than ending his season at Triple-A Reno. He has a reasonably large platoon cut up, however his story — which Zach Buchanan ran down in full for The Athletic — mixed along with his projection makes him Arizona’a most fascinating reliever.

Total, I wouldn’t be stunned to see the Diamondbacks win 20 extra video games in 2022 than they did in ’21. However based mostly on the roster they’ve proper now, I feel they’ve a reasonably low ceiling and can face an excessive amount of resistance making an attempt to win greater than 70-75 video games. I’d fairly be in Arizona’s place than Colorado’s, however there’s a number of work to do right here.

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

Batters – Normal

Participant
B
Age
PO
PA
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
BB
SO
SB
CS
Ketel Marte
S
28
CF
537
489
68
142
32
6
17
61
41
83
5
1
Carson Kelly
R
27
C
379
329
42
79
15
1
14
49
42
80
0
0
Alek Thomas
L
22
CF
503
458
60
121
23
8
11
50
38
106
10
7
Nick Ahmed
R
32
SS
513
469
57
114
28
4
10
54
37
108
7
2
Daulton Varsho
L
25
C
424
383
55
96
19
3
15
48
35
93
10
2
Josh Rojas
L
28
2B
569
506
70
127
28
3
13
49
56
131
17
8
Buddy Kennedy
R
23
3B
444
395
57
103
9
2
19
51
39
106
11
2
David Peralta
L
34
LF
496
454
51
123
25
5
11
61
37
93
2
0
Jamie Ritchie
R
29
C
334
293
39
74
16
1
4
26
33
63
1
1
Josh VanMeter
L
27
2B
428
374
49
85
22
3
13
51
49
110
8
4
Juniel Querecuto
S
29
SS
429
400
44
104
16
4
7
40
22
74
8
4
Christian Walker
R
31
1B
506
456
65
113
27
2
17
60
42
128
2
1
Jake Hager
R
29
SS
382
348
39
80
20
1
10
41
25
98
6
1
Kole Calhoun
L
34
RF
445
395
58
92
19
1
19
56
41
105
3
1
Cooper Hummel
S
27
LF
393
330
49
76
15
3
10
40
51
99
3
2
Jose Herrera
S
25
C
345
304
35
66
13
1
6
28
36
83
2
1
Seth Beer
L
25
1B
516
455
64
118
24
0
17
56
35
110
0
2
Dominic Canzone
L
24
LF
355
326
41
83
17
2
12
42
23
79
10
3
Ildemaro Vargas
S
30
2B
388
363
43
94
17
3
7
36
19
46
3
1
Pavin Smith
L
26
1B
524
474
61
125
23
4
12
47
44
96
2
1
Drew Ellis
R
26
3B
463
404
51
86
22
1
13
48
46
132
1
2
Geraldo Perdomo
S
22
SS
431
377
47
85
13
4
5
28
43
95
10
7
Christian Lopes
R
29
2B
418
365
46
85
18
1
9
37
40
100
8
4
Matt Davidson
R
31
1B
400
358
45
83
18
0
19
63
31
115
0
0
Henry Ramos
S
30
RF
369
339
42
90
18
1
9
41
23
70
4
3
Andy Yerzy
L
23
1B
433
376
56
79
12
0
24
56
41
123
6
1
Jake McCarthy
L
24
CF
412
373
46
83
17
6
9
37
33
116
25
6
Ben DeLuzio
R
27
CF
363
330
36
73
14
5
3
25
23
99
17
7
Dominic Miroglio
R
27
C
333
303
32
70
15
2
6
27
21
75
1
2
Bryan Holaday
R
34
C
173
157
16
35
8
0
4
19
11
37
1
1
Renae Martinez
R
28
C
327
297
31
60
14
0
7
27
24
96
2
1
Andrew Younger
R
28
2B
334
293
40
60
19
1
14
42
23
135
1
0
Juan Graterol
R
33
C
220
206
19
50
7
0
1
15
7
24
0
0
Nick Dalesandro
R
25
C
248
220
22
45
6
0
1
13
22
71
16
2
Josh Reddick
L
35
RF
389
357
40
90
16
2
8
37
27
68
2
1
Cam Coursey
L
23
2B
331
295
33
69
10
3
3
24
24
51
11
4
Jancarlos Cintron
R
27
2B
399
374
39
88
15
1
6
30
18
68
8
4
Dominic Fletcher
L
24
RF
446
411
46
95
17
3
10
39
21
117
2
2
Stuart Fairchild
R
26
RF
396
355
42
78
16
3
8
37
31
105
8
4
Blaze Alexander
R
23
SS
425
386
47
75
13
1
13
38
33
137
13
2
Nick Heath
L
28
CF
335
296
32
56
9
3
4
24
30
125
23
9
Ryder Jones
L
28
1B
368
338
37
79
17
2
9
38
18
92
2
1
Camden Duzenack
R
27
2B
371
342
37
66
12
2
10
34
19
113
6
3
Eduardo Diaz
R
24
LF
412
383
45
85
15
2
14
43
18
112
9
4
Luis Alejandro Basabe
S
25
3B
390
354
38
73
13
2
6
28
33
125
7
6

Batters – Superior

Participant
BA
OBP
SLG
OPS+
ISO
BABIP
RC/27
Def
WAR
No. 1 Comp
Ketel Marte
.290
.348
.485
119
.194
.321
6.5
1
3.3
Tito Francona
Carson Kelly
.240
.331
.419
99
.179
.277
4.9
1
1.7
Tim DeCinces
Alek Thomas
.264
.327
.421
98
.157
.323
5.0
1
1.7
Rick Manning
Nick Ahmed
.243
.299
.384
81
.141
.296
4.2
7
1.6
Don Zimmer
Daulton Varsho
.251
.319
.433
98
.183
.295
5.2
-4
1.5
Phil Lombardi
Josh Rojas
.251
.326
.395
91
.144
.315
4.7
-1
1.5
Tony Bernazard
Buddy Kennedy
.261
.331
.438
103
.177
.311
5.5
-5
1.5
Chris Brown
David Peralta
.271
.329
.421
98
.150
.320
5.2
3
1.3
Larry Herndon
Jamie Ritchie
.253
.336
.355
85
.102
.310
4.3
1
1.1
Jim Sundberg
Josh VanMeter
.227
.320
.406
92
.179
.287
4.5
-1
1.1
Kevin Randel
Juniel Querecuto
.260
.300
.373
78
.113
.304
4.1
4
1.0
Jack Wilson
Christian Walker
.248
.316
.428
96
.180
.309
4.9
2
1.0
Jarrod Patterson
Jake Hager
.230
.282
.379
74
.149
.292
3.9
5
1.0
Greg Connors
Kole Calhoun
.233
.310
.430
95
.197
.269
4.7
2
0.9
Jeromy Burnitz
Cooper Hummel
.230
.344
.385
94
.155
.299
4.6
1
0.9
Derek Nicholson
Jose Herrera
.217
.299
.326
67
.109
.279
3.4
7
0.9
Matt Treanor
Seth Beer
.259
.340
.424
102
.165
.308
5.2
-4
0.8
Ed Kranepool
Dominic Canzone
.255
.309
.429
94
.175
.302
4.9
1
0.8
Kevin Bass
Ildemaro Vargas
.259
.295
.380
79
.121
.281
4.1
4
0.7
Clint Barmes
Pavin Smith
.264
.326
.405
94
.141
.309
4.8
0
0.7
Tommy Gregg
Drew Ellis
.213
.302
.369
78
.156
.282
3.7
2
0.6
Eric Chavez
Geraldo Perdomo
.225
.315
.321
71
.095
.289
3.4
3
0.6
Ramon Vazquez
Christian Lopes
.233
.316
.362
80
.129
.297
4.0
-1
0.5
Jason Maxwell
Matt Davidson
.232
.302
.441
95
.209
.286
4.7
0
0.5
Earl Williams
Henry Ramos
.265
.314
.404
90
.139
.312
4.6
1
0.4
Mike Brown
Andy Yerzy
.210
.306
.434
94
.223
.240
4.6
-3
0.4
Brad Hawpe
Jake McCarthy
.223
.292
.373
76
.150
.298
4.1
-3
0.3
Terrence Lengthy
Ben DeLuzio
.221
.285
.321
62
.100
.307
3.3
6
0.3
Adrian Myers
Dominic Miroglio
.231
.290
.353
71
.122
.288
3.5
-1
0.2
Chad Moeller
Bryan Holaday
.223
.279
.350
67
.127
.267
3.3
1
0.1
Joe Oliver
Renae Martinez
.202
.269
.320
57
.118
.273
2.9
3
0.1
Invoice Dobrolsky
Andrew Younger
.205
.289
.420
86
.215
.319
4.2
-7
0.1
Matt Macri
Juan Graterol
.243
.279
.291
53
.049
.271
2.9
2
-0.1
Chris Ashby
Nick Dalesandro
.205
.280
.245
43
.041
.297
2.9
1
-0.2
Jeff Tackett
Josh Reddick
.252
.302
.375
79
.123
.292
4.1
-1
-0.2
Invoice Stein
Cam Coursey
.234
.291
.319
63
.085
.274
3.4
-1
-0.3
Manny Patel
Jancarlos Cintron
.235
.276
.329
61
.094
.273
3.2
1
-0.3
Joey Aragon
Dominic Fletcher
.231
.276
.360
68
.129
.299
3.4
3
-0.5
Pedro Valdes
Stuart Fairchild
.220
.294
.349
71
.130
.289
3.5
-1
-0.5
Rashad Eldridge
Blaze Alexander
.194
.264
.334
58
.140
.263
3.2
-4
-0.5
Giomar Guevara
Nick Heath
.189
.267
.280
47
.091
.311
2.7
4
-0.5
Lorenzo Scott
Ryder Jones
.234
.279
.376
73
.142
.295
3.7
1
-0.5
Greg Monda
Camden Duzenack
.193
.246
.327
51
.135
.256
2.7
4
-0.5
Brandon Warriax
Eduardo Diaz
.222
.266
.381
70
.159
.276
3.5
-1
-0.7
Tyler Minges
Luis Alejandro Basabe
.206
.275
.305
55
.099
.300
2.7
-1
-1.0
Ron Marigny

Pitchers – Normal

Participant
T
Age
W
L
ERA
G
GS
IP
H
ER
HR
BB
SO
FIP
Zac Gallen
R
26
9
7
4.05
25
25
135.7
121
61
20
49
149
4.14
Merrill Kelly
R
33
9
9
4.75
24
24
140.3
148
74
23
42
114
4.67
Luis Frías
R
24
9
8
4.56
28
24
116.3
112
59
15
50
105
4.50
Ryan Weiss
R
25
6
4
4.06
32
11
84.3
81
38
9
32
79
3.97
Madison Bumgarner
L
32
7
8
4.89
26
26
143.7
147
78
28
38
122
5.00
Humberto Mejia
R
25
9
9
4.80
25
25
123.7
131
66
19
42
104
4.66
Josh Inexperienced
R
26
7
7
4.72
25
18
114.3
131
60
14
33
68
4.61
Ryne Nelson
R
24
6
6
4.76
22
22
111.7
111
59
18
39
104
4.62
Matt Tabor
R
23
9
9
4.77
23
22
109.3
117
58
15
39
80
4.73
Luke Weaver
R
28
6
6
4.73
21
20
97.0
97
51
17
30
97
4.48
Drey Jameson
R
24
6
6
4.86
22
21
111.0
116
60
17
38
94
4.64
Jeff Bain
R
26
6
6
4.75
27
17
100.3
106
53
13
39
78
4.66
Tyler Holton
L
26
4
4
4.35
26
11
70.3
73
34
8
23
60
4.10
Tommy Henry
L
24
5
5
4.94
24
24
114.7
113
63
18
54
111
4.85
Brandon Pfaadt
R
23
7
8
5.01
22
22
124.0
129
69
24
38
112
4.98
Edwin Uceta
R
24
5
5
4.56
26
14
81.0
77
41
11
36
85
4.33
Tyler Gilbert
L
28
5
5
4.62
26
12
78.0
78
40
12
26
66
4.64
Humberto Castellanos
R
24
5
5
4.85
26
16
94.7
100
51
16
28
74
4.89
Taylor Clarke
R
29
5
6
4.87
36
13
92.3
96
50
15
33
81
4.74
Kevin McCanna
R
28
4
4
4.68
23
9
65.3
66
34
9
26
60
4.51
Bryce Jarvis
R
24
3
3
5.00
18
18
77.3
80
43
14
31
70
5.08
Mitchell Stumpo
R
26
1
1
3.75
36
0
48.0
44
20
5
17
48
3.72
Riley Smith
R
27
4
4
5.08
27
16
102.7
116
58
17
31
72
4.98
Sean Poppen
R
28
5
5
4.68
36
8
75.0
77
39
10
33
71
4.50
Jon Duplantier
R
27
3
3
4.93
23
16
69.3
68
38
10
38
68
4.95
Shumpei Yoshikawa
R
27
3
3
4.85
15
13
55.7
57
30
9
24
50
4.94
Caleb Smith
L
30
6
7
5.10
36
16
109.3
98
62
21
55
121
5.11
Matt Peacock
R
28
6
7
5.01
33
12
91.7
102
51
12
38
59
4.97
J.B. Bukauskas
R
25
3
3
4.91
27
10
66.0
63
36
9
40
65
4.94
Joe Mantiply
L
31
2
2
3.89
49
0
41.7
39
18
5
14
43
3.76
Noé Ramirez
R
32
3
3
4.25
50
2
53.0
47
25
8
19
57
4.29
Chester Pimentel
R
26
2
2
4.15
41
0
56.3
52
26
6
28
57
4.19
Blake Workman
R
24
6
5
4.21
32
0
57.7
56
27
8
19
55
4.22
Taylor Widener
R
27
3
4
5.32
26
18
88.0
87
52
17
44
90
5.35
Justin Lewis
R
26
3
3
4.94
32
6
62.0
64
34
7
34
51
4.84
Jake Faria
R
28
4
4
5.20
32
11
79.7
82
46
13
38
78
4.92
Kevin Ginkel
R
28
2
2
4.33
44
0
43.7
38
21
7
22
54
4.44
Mack Lemieux
L
25
4
3
4.37
37
0
47.3
43
23
5
30
49
4.51
Miguel Aguilar
L
30
4
3
4.47
46
0
44.3
43
22
6
19
41
4.51
Tyler Clippard
R
37
2
2
4.61
42
1
41.0
38
21
8
14
41
4.96
Edgar Arredondo
R
25
4
5
5.37
27
11
58.7
65
35
9
26
41
5.26
J.B. Wendelken
R
29
4
4
4.61
52
0
56.7
54
29
8
25
57
4.43
Corbin Martin
R
26
3
4
5.64
17
14
68.7
73
43
13
36
62
5.54
Chris Devenski
R
31
2
2
4.87
41
1
44.3
45
24
9
13
43
4.89
Seth Frankoff
R
33
2
2
5.60
11
6
35.3
37
22
6
21
31
5.67
Ryan Buchter
L
35
1
2
4.83
39
0
31.7
30
17
5
17
34
4.79
Keegan Curtis
R
26
3
3
4.94
24
0
27.3
27
15
4
14
26
4.83
Brandyn Sittinger
R
28
2
2
4.87
37
0
40.7
37
22
6
24
43
4.98
Zack Burdi
R
27
1
1
4.95
31
0
36.3
35
20
6
20
39
5.00
Stefan Crichton
R
30
3
4
4.86
50
0
53.7
56
29
8
22
44
4.99
Brett de Geus
R
24
2
3
5.03
49
0
53.7
58
30
7
26
39
5.32
Jordan Weems
R
29
2
3
5.71
38
0
41.0
42
26
7
28
40
5.72
Levi Kelly
R
23
1
1
6.45
16
0
22.3
22
16
4
19
23
6.14

Pitchers – Superior

Participant
Okay/9
BB/9
HR/9
BB%
Okay%
BABIP
ERA+
ERA-
WAR
No. 1 Comp
Zac Gallen
9.9
3.3
1.3
8.5%
25.9%
.289
110
91
2.3
Ben McDonald
Merrill Kelly
7.3
2.7
1.5
6.9%
18.8%
.296
94
107
1.4
Doyle Alexander
Luis Frías
8.1
3.9
1.2
9.8%
20.6%
.291
97
103
1.3
Brian Williams
Ryan Weiss
8.4
3.4
1.0
8.8%
21.7%
.300
110
91
1.3
Jose Capellan
Madison Bumgarner
7.6
2.4
1.8
6.2%
19.9%
.285
91
110
1.2
Darrell Might
Humberto Mejia
7.6
3.1
1.4
7.8%
19.2%
.303
93
108
1.1
Mike Brown
Josh Inexperienced
5.4
2.6
1.1
6.5%
13.5%
.305
94
106
1.1
Lary Sorensen
Ryne Nelson
8.4
3.1
1.5
8.1%
21.5%
.294
93
107
1.1
Juan Acevedo
Matt Tabor
6.6
3.2
1.2
8.1%
16.6%
.298
93
107
1.0
Cha Seung Baek
Luke Weaver
9.0
2.8
1.6
7.2%
23.4%
.300
94
106
0.9
Matt Smart
Drey Jameson
7.6
3.1
1.4
7.9%
19.4%
.300
91
109
0.9
Ross Ohlendorf
Jeff Bain
7.0
3.5
1.2
8.8%
17.6%
.302
93
107
0.9
Jake Westbrook
Tyler Holton
7.7
2.9
1.0
7.5%
19.6%
.308
102
98
0.9
Lenny DiNardo
Tommy Henry
8.7
4.2
1.4
10.6%
21.8%
.297
90
111
0.9
Micah Bowie
Brandon Pfaadt
8.1
2.8
1.7
7.1%
20.9%
.295
89
113
0.9
Keith Foulke
Edwin Uceta
9.4
4.0
1.2
10.1%
23.9%
.301
98
102
0.9
Darren Dreifort
Tyler Gilbert
7.6
3.0
1.4
7.7%
19.6%
.289
96
104
0.8
John Martin
Humberto Castellanos
7.0
2.7
1.5
6.8%
18.0%
.293
92
109
0.7
Kris Wilson 윌슨
Taylor Clarke
7.9
3.2
1.5
8.2%
20.1%
.300
91
110
0.6
Carlos Reyes
Kevin McCanna
8.3
3.6
1.2
9.1%
20.9%
.303
95
105
0.6
Blake Mayo
Bryce Jarvis
8.1
3.6
1.6
9.1%
20.5%
.297
89
113
0.6
Duaner Sanchez
Mitchell Stumpo
9.0
3.2
0.9
8.3%
23.5%
.295
119
84
0.5
Randy St. Claire
Riley Smith
6.3
2.7
1.5
6.9%
15.9%
.303
87
114
0.5
Gary Wilson
Sean Poppen
8.5
4.0
1.2
9.9%
21.3%
.310
95
105
0.5
Dwight Bernard
Jon Duplantier
8.8
4.9
1.3
12.1%
21.7%
.301
90
111
0.5
Todd Worrell
Shumpei Yoshikawa
8.1
3.9
1.5
9.7%
20.2%
.298
92
109
0.5
Jason Isringhausen
Caleb Smith
10.0
4.5
1.7
11.5%
25.3%
.278
87
115
0.5
Bob McClure
Matt Peacock
5.8
3.7
1.2
9.2%
14.3%
.301
89
113
0.4
Stan Kyles
J.B. Bukauskas
8.9
5.5
1.2
13.4%
21.7%
.297
91
110
0.4
Steve Curry
Joe Mantiply
9.3
3.0
1.1
8.0%
24.4%
.301
114
87
0.4
Tommy Phelps
Noé Ramirez
9.7
3.2
1.4
8.4%
25.2%
.283
105
96
0.4
Doug Henry
Chester Pimentel
9.1
4.5
1.0
11.3%
23.0%
.299
107
93
0.4
Wayne Nix
Blake Workman
8.6
3.0
1.2
7.7%
22.3%
.296
105
95
0.3
Edward Mujica
Taylor Widener
9.2
4.5
1.7
11.1%
22.8%
.294
84
120
0.3
Michael Tejera
Justin Lewis
7.4
4.9
1.0
12.0%
18.0%
.305
90
111
0.2
Marc Pisciotta
Jake Faria
8.8
4.3
1.5
10.6%
21.8%
.307
86
117
0.2
David Holdridge
Kevin Ginkel
11.1
4.5
1.4
11.6%
28.4%
.295
103
97
0.2
Steve Andrade
Mack Lemieux
9.3
5.7
1.0
14.0%
22.9%
.297
102
98
0.2
Grant Jackson
Miguel Aguilar
8.3
3.9
1.2
9.8%
21.1%
.294
100
100
0.1
Aaron Fultz
Tyler Clippard
9.0
3.1
1.8
8.0%
23.4%
.275
96
104
0.1
Mike Jackson
Edgar Arredondo
6.3
4.0
1.4
9.8%
15.5%
.301
83
121
0.1
Bubba Nelson
J.B. Wendelken
9.1
4.0
1.3
10.1%
23.1%
.297
96
104
0.1
David Lee
Corbin Martin
8.1
4.7
1.7
11.5%
19.8%
.302
79
127
0.0
Brian Slocum
Chris Devenski
8.7
2.6
1.8
6.8%
22.6%
.293
91
110
0.0
Bruce Walton
Seth Frankoff
7.9
5.3
1.5
12.8%
18.9%
.301
79
126
0.0
Alan Benes
Ryan Buchter
9.7
4.8
1.4
12.1%
24.1%
.298
92
109
0.0
Kevin Tolar
Keegan Curtis
8.6
4.6
1.3
11.5%
21.3%
.299
90
111
-0.1
Calvin Jones
Brandyn Sittinger
9.5
5.3
1.3
13.1%
23.5%
.290
91
110
-0.1
Kevin Barry
Zack Burdi
9.7
5.0
1.5
12.2%
23.8%
.299
90
111
-0.1
Eric Ludwick
Stefan Crichton
7.4
3.7
1.3
9.2%
18.3%
.298
91
109
-0.1
Bryan Corey 코리
Brett de Geus
6.5
4.4
1.2
10.4%
15.7%
.302
88
113
-0.2
David Potts
Jordan Weems
8.8
6.1
1.5
14.5%
20.7%
.304
78
128
-0.4
Kenny Marrero
Levi Kelly
9.3
7.7
1.6
17.6%
21.3%
.295
69
145
-0.4
Chris Lemp

Gamers are listed with their most up-to-date groups wherever potential. This contains gamers who’re unsigned, gamers who will miss 2022 on account of damage, and gamers who have been launched in 2021. So sure, for those who see Joe Schmoe, who stop baseball again in August to type a giant band orchestra that solely performs nu-metal variations of baroque cantatas, he’s nonetheless listed right here deliberately. ZiPS is assuming a league with an ERA of 4.36, much like the post-June substance-enforcement setting.

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