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After having usually appeared within the hallowed pages of Baseball Suppose 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 Boston Crimson Sox.

Batters

By profitable 92 video games, the Crimson Sox comfortably exceeded most expectations for the crew in 2021. How do they do it once more? There’s a path obtainable, although not all the weather are within the group proper now.

The half Boston already has sorted is the offensive gamers who did essentially the most to push the crew to fourth within the American League in runs scored. Rafael Devers, Xander Bogaerts, and Enrique Hernández are again, and there’s no purpose to count on any type of decline from the primary two, whereas Hernández isn’t remotely within the steep decline part but. Alex Verdugo, J.D. Martinez, and the catcher tandem are projected to present roughly league-average performances, hardly stunning outcomes. There could also be some grumbling about JDM’s projection, however even when ZiPS can largely overlook his mess of a 2020 — wouldn’t or not it’s good if we might all overlook that 12 months? — it might probably’t overlook that he’s additionally a 34-year-old designated hitter. Sure, David Ortiz aged extremely properly (and ZiPS was weirdly optimistic he would), however most gamers of the sort don’t. Martinez shouldn’t be an issue in 2022, however the day when that may grow to be seemingly is coming.

The weakest elements of the lineup, at the very least in the event you agree with the projections, are obvious: middle area, left area, and first base. Sure, Jackie Bradley Jr. had a terrific quick 2020 (ZiPS noticed that season as a drastic over-performance of his peripheral knowledge from that marketing campaign), however earlier than that season, it appeared like he was in regular decline, and he was abysmal for the Brewers final 12 months. Bobby Dalbec has flashed appreciable energy at first base, however there’s simply not a lot else there. And in the event you’re going to be aggressive as a one-dimensional hitter at first, that dimension higher be universe-shaking, not simply merely good. If the Crimson Sox don’t make a short-term transfer right here, I hope Triston Casas is named up in a short time if he’s hitting in Triple-A; ZiPS isn’t projecting him to be superb, however his upside is far increased than Dalbec’s.

I’m much less anxious in regards to the gap in left, as a result of whereas I can think about the Crimson Sox simply rolling with JBJ and Dalbec, I don’t imagine that they’d truly enter the season with Jarren Duran and Christin Stewart getting the at-bats in left. Truthfully, I feel they’d put Hernández on the market and begin Christian Arroyo at second earlier than doing that. That is one place I count on them to be lively when the offseason resumes, and I’ll be very dissatisfied if they don’t seem to be.

There’s not a lot pleasure within the excessive minors right here, and the bench is somewhat mild, although that’s one other place I count on the Crimson Sox to make some low-key additions.

Pitchers

One of many keys to the Crimson Sox exceeding expectations in 2021 was the rotation’s well being. With solely Nick Pivetta spared some type of vital harm historical past, the flexibility of the crew to make use of their desired beginning pitchers was simply essentially the most vital supply of variation in Boston’s preseason projections. Within the simulations the place they bought fortunate with the well being of pitchers like Nathan Eovaldi, Garrett Richards, and Chris Sale, the Crimson Sox regularly received round 90 video games. Once they didn’t, the group’s lack of impression high-level arms induced the wheels to return off in a short time.

In 2021, the crew bought the well being they wanted. Solely seven pitchers obtained a number of begins for Boston, and whereas not all of them have been nice, the rotation was secure. And it was sufficient. But it surely’s a tough factor to rely on for a second straight season; my cats don’t push a glass balanced on the sting of the counter to the kitchen flooring each time, however that doesn’t imply I’m going to entrust them with the care of these glasses. James Paxton was a enjoyable pickup, however he’s yet one more pitcher with an harm historical past. The projections are extra secure this 12 months as a result of ZiPS is just extra bought on a few of the backup plans, but it surely nonetheless could be good if the Crimson Sox had one other sturdy pitcher on the roster.

One other factor of Boston’s 2021 success was a really stable bullpen, and that’s one factor ZiPS sees persisting into the approaching season. A variety of the pitchers on the crew improved their long-term projected outlook (Garrett Whitlock, Darwinzon Hernandez, Josh Taylor), and whereas nobody will get the type of dominating projection to place them in elite territory, there’s a number of superb efficiency anticipated from bow to nearly stern. Maybe a further arm behind the rotation would assist, however with the Crimson Sox accumulating a number of maybe-healthy beginning pitchers, they might have one or two of these names to fatten the reduction corps in a swing position.

I’m calling the Crimson Sox for mid-80s wins as of proper now, however I feel they’ll seemingly add two or three wins in left, and both one thing extra artistic in middle or one other workhorse starter earlier than it’s all mentioned and performed.

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

Batters – Customary

Participant
B
Age
PO
PA
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
BB
SO
SB
CS

Rafael Devers
L
25
3B
672
607
107
172
41
2
37
116
57
141
6
5

Xander Bogaerts
R
29
SS
622
550
88
158
38
1
26
89
62
113
7
1

Enrique Hernández
R
30
2B
540
477
75
126
28
3
22
67
50
105
2
0

Kyle Schwarber
L
29
LF
497
424
72
109
23
2
30
81
66
130
2
2

Alex Verdugo
L
26
LF
568
514
76
150
33
2
13
57
46
89
7
2

J.D. Martinez
R
34
LF
591
527
78
143
32
2
25
86
55
136
1
0

José Iglesias
R
32
SS
510
482
58
138
32
3
7
54
19
67
6
3

Christian Vazquez
R
31
C
486
448
52
116
22
1
11
50
31
87
6
4

Yairo Muñoz
R
27
3B
385
359
43
102
20
2
8
36
19
68
12
4

David Hamilton
L
24
SS
481
445
48
102
21
4
8
35
32
108
33
5

Bobby Dalbec
R
27
1B
489
438
56
100
20
3
25
71
39
172
3
1

Triston Casas
L
22
1B
433
385
58
97
19
2
16
51
39
101
5
2

Christian Arroyo
R
27
2B
222
203
26
51
12
1
7
28
12
52
2
0

Jarren Duran
L
25
CF
481
443
55
113
19
5
11
41
30
122
22
6

Jonathan Araúz
B
23
2B
401
359
51
84
17
1
10
42
33
81
2
1

Travis Shaw
L
32
3B
363
316
36
70
16
0
13
48
40
94
1
1

Christin Stewart
L
28
RF
439
393
48
96
22
3
20
68
37
116
1
1

Christian Koss
R
24
SS
457
422
49
102
19
3
10
40
25
100
7
3

Rob Refsnyder
R
31
CF
274
245
33
62
14
1
6
28
25
69
1
1

Kevin Plawecki
R
31
C
183
164
17
42
10
1
3
19
14
31
0
0

Jackie Bradley Jr.
L
32
CF
458
410
53
90
24
3
10
44
35
128
8
2

Danny Santana
B
31
1B
391
360
52
89
19
4
16
50
23
110
13
5

Connor Wong
R
26
C
351
328
38
74
16
3
12
41
19
122
7
2

Chad De La Guerra
L
29
3B
231
212
24
48
11
1
7
21
17
68
4
1

Taylor Motter
R
32
3B
326
289
37
63
14
2
11
35
32
81
2
2

Ronaldo Hernández
R
24
C
423
397
44
95
21
2
12
47
15
87
2
1

Joey Meneses
R
30
RF
416
382
49
97
20
1
12
49
26
92
0
0

Ryan Fitzgerald
L
28
SS
438
402
45
93
20
3
9
41
28
107
4
5

Franchy Cordero
L
27
LF
428
389
57
92
23
3
12
50
35
137
9
2

Jack López
R
29
2B
338
310
41
75
14
1
7
32
17
80
10
2

Nick Sogard
B
24
2B
352
317
37
76
12
1
7
29
25
72
8
4

Jeter Downs
R
23
SS
454
409
51
87
18
2
14
45
32
130
17
4

Grant Williams
L
26
2B
368
343
33
85
15
2
3
24
18
48
7
6

Ricardo Cubillan
B
24
2B
101
89
10
19
3
1
1
5
10
24
1
1

Michael Gettys
R
26
CF
412
379
46
76
20
3
14
50
24
149
10
4

Chris Herrmann
L
34
C
166
147
17
31
6
1
4
16
16
51
0
0

Cameron Cannon
R
24
2B
427
402
49
99
24
1
8
39
18
70
5
3

Josh Ockimey
L
26
1B
402
343
51
71
15
1
15
44
51
136
0
1

Jett Bandy
R
32
C
198
180
21
38
7
0
6
19
10
54
0
1

Jeremy Rivera
B
27
SS
329
305
31
71
11
1
5
21
18
74
6
2

Devlin Granberg
R
26
RF
443
407
52
100
21
2
10
44
24
96
4
2

Hudson Potts
R
23
3B
381
350
39
77
16
1
10
37
19
118
0
0

Kole Cottam
R
25
C
302
271
30
57
14
1
7
26
22
98
0
1

Johan Mieses
R
26
RF
387
350
42
74
13
1
14
43
27
105
3
1

Pedro Castellanos
R
24
LF
439
403
49
100
19
1
10
42
23
86
4
5

Tyreque Reed
R
25
1B
403
362
47
79
19
0
12
42
31
125
2
2

Tanner Nishioka
R
27
2B
234
213
23
47
11
0
4
20
11
72
2
1

Tate Matheny
R
28
RF
316
293
32
61
13
1
7
28
19
109
7
3

Wil Dalton
R
24
RF
369
340
39
62
13
1
9
33
24
110
2
2

Jeisson Rosario
L
22
CF
452
404
59
88
16
2
6
34
41
122
9
5

Batters – Superior

Participant
BA
OBP
SLG
OPS+
ISO
BABIP
RC/27
Def
WAR
No. 1 Comp

Rafael Devers
.283
.348
.540
131
.257
.315
7.0
-7
3.7
Eric Chavez

Xander Bogaerts
.287
.360
.502
125
.215
.321
6.9
-6
3.6
Ken McMullen

Enrique Hernández
.264
.339
.474
113
.210
.297
5.9
4
2.8
Mark Ellis

Kyle Schwarber
.257
.360
.533
133
.276
.299
6.9
-1
2.5
Mike Epstein

Alex Verdugo
.292
.350
.440
108
.148
.333
5.9
4
1.9
Ryan Sweeney

J.D. Martinez
.271
.342
.482
115
.211
.322
6.1
-2
1.7
Jim Rice

José Iglesias
.286
.320
.409
92
.122
.321
5.0
0
1.3
Freddy Sanchez

Christian Vazquez
.259
.308
.386
83
.127
.300
4.3
5
1.3
Cody Mckay

Yairo Muñoz
.284
.324
.418
95
.134
.332
5.2
1
1.0
Omar Infante

David Hamilton
.229
.283
.348
67
.119
.286
4.0
7
0.9
Zach Sorensen

Bobby Dalbec
.228
.303
.459
98
.231
.311
4.9
2
0.7
Kevin Witt

Triston Casas
.252
.325
.436
100
.184
.302
5.1
1
0.7
Chris Pritchett

Christian Arroyo
.251
.309
.424
92
.172
.306
4.8
2
0.7
Bret Boone

Jarren Duran
.255
.308
.395
85
.140
.329
4.7
-2
0.6
Bubba Crosby

Jonathan Araúz
.234
.298
.370
76
.136
.276
3.9
5
0.6
Jason Bates

Travis Shaw
.222
.315
.396
87
.174
.273
4.3
0
0.6
Wayne Gross

Christin Stewart
.244
.317
.468
104
.224
.296
5.3
-4
0.5
John-Ford Griffin

Christian Koss
.242
.289
.372
74
.130
.295
3.8
3
0.5
Ron Gardenhire

Rob Refsnyder
.253
.325
.392
89
.139
.329
4.6
0
0.4
Shane Spencer

Kevin Plawecki
.256
.330
.384
89
.128
.300
4.6
-2
0.4
Jerry Grote

Jackie Bradley Jr.
.220
.293
.366
74
.146
.294
3.8
3
0.3
Eric Fox

Danny Santana
.247
.297
.456
96
.208
.312
4.9
-1
0.2
Chris Jones

Connor Wong
.226
.274
.402
76
.177
.320
3.9
-2
0.2
Lee Evans

Chad De La Guerra
.226
.290
.387
78
.160
.299
4.0
1
0.2
Seth Bynum

Taylor Motter
.218
.298
.394
82
.176
.264
4.0
0
0.2
Tom Brookens

Ronaldo Hernández
.239
.275
.393
74
.154
.279
3.8
-2
0.1
Scott Ackerman

Joey Meneses
.254
.303
.406
86
.152
.306
4.4
2
0.1
Tim Costo

Ryan Fitzgerald
.231
.286
.363
71
.132
.294
3.5
1
0.0
Tripp Cromer

Franchy Cordero
.237
.304
.404
86
.167
.333
4.5
-2
0.0
Marvin Garrison

Jack López
.242
.287
.361
71
.119
.305
3.9
0
-0.1
Steve Sisco

Nick Sogard
.240
.298
.350
72
.110
.290
3.7
1
-0.1
Erik Laseke

Jeter Downs
.213
.273
.369
68
.156
.275
3.7
-2
-0.1
Jayson Nix

Grant Williams
.248
.290
.329
64
.082
.281
3.3
4
-0.2
Luis Ordaz

Ricardo Cubillan
.213
.297
.303
61
.090
.281
3.0
0
-0.2
Manuel Ferrer

Michael Gettys
.201
.254
.380
65
.179
.287
3.3
4
-0.2
Barry Wesson

Chris Herrmann
.211
.291
.347
69
.136
.293
3.5
-2
-0.2
Jerry Goff

Cameron Cannon
.246
.289
.371
73
.124
.281
3.8
-2
-0.2
Brent Butler

Josh Ockimey
.207
.313
.388
85
.181
.292
4.1
-1
-0.2
Steve Carver

Jett Bandy
.211
.274
.350
64
.139
.267
3.2
-2
-0.3
Chad Moeller

Jeremy Rivera
.233
.279
.325
60
.092
.292
3.3
0
-0.3
Milko Jaramillo

Devlin Granberg
.246
.301
.381
80
.135
.299
4.1
-1
-0.4
Dionys Cesar

Hudson Potts
.220
.265
.357
63
.137
.302
3.3
2
-0.4
Matthew Moses

Kole Cottam
.210
.280
.347
65
.137
.301
3.2
-4
-0.5
Yohanny Valera

Johan Mieses
.211
.278
.374
71
.163
.260
3.6
1
-0.5
Garrick Haltiwanger

Pedro Castellanos
.248
.297
.375
77
.127
.293
3.8
-2
-0.7
Sergio Cairo

Tyreque Reed
.218
.287
.370
73
.152
.298
3.6
0
-0.8
Dustin Brisson

Tanner Nishioka
.221
.275
.329
59
.108
.314
3.1
-6
-1.0
Chad Spann

Tate Matheny
.208
.260
.331
56
.123
.305
3.0
0
-1.1
Jamar Hill

Wil Dalton
.182
.242
.306
44
.124
.240
2.4
3
-1.6
B.J. Garbe

Jeisson Rosario
.218
.293
.312
61
.094
.297
3.1
-12
-1.8
Jason Denham

Pitchers – Customary

Participant
T
Age
W
L
ERA
G
GS
IP
H
ER
HR
BB
SO
FIP

Nathan Eovaldi
R
32
11
6
3.73
29
27
154.3
149
64
18
37
166
3.38

Chris Sale
L
33
7
4
3.53
18
18
91.7
80
36
11
25
116
3.29

Nick Pivetta
R
29
9
8
4.89
32
27
143.7
137
78
23
58
148
4.52

James Paxton
L
33
6
5
4.47
17
17
86.7
86
43
13
30
95
4.01

Garrett Whitlock
R
26
7
4
3.87
37
5
76.7
72
33
8
25
77
3.66

Tanner Houck
R
26
6
5
4.62
27
20
97.3
92
50
14
38
105
4.25

Wealthy Hill
L
42
6
6
4.93
25
24
118.7
119
65
20
40
103
4.90

Garrett Richards
R
34
6
5
4.84
31
18
109.7
116
59
17
41
94
4.68

Bryan Mata
R
23
8
7
4.88
22
22
101.3
103
55
13
50
86
4.81

Josh Winckowski
R
24
7
7
5.06
24
23
112.0
124
63
15
40
77
4.78

Victor Santos
R
21
6
5
4.70
24
13
84.3
91
44
12
24
62
4.56

Kutter Crawford
R
26
7
7
4.98
22
22
97.7
101
54
14
43
97
4.53

Adam Ottavino
R
36
6
3
3.65
63
0
56.7
46
23
5
33
70
3.82

Matt Barnes
R
32
7
4
3.79
60
1
54.7
42
23
7
28
78
3.64

Michael Wacha
R
30
5
4
5.21
27
22
112.3
127
65
20
34
100
4.70

Raynel Espinal
R
30
7
7
5.20
23
18
98.7
104
57
16
37
84
4.83

Martín Pérez
L
31
8
7
5.28
32
22
116.0
132
68
18
46
89
4.98

Zack Kelly
R
27
4
3
4.28
32
4
54.7
52
26
6
24
54
4.11

John Schreiber
R
28
4
3
4.54
43
6
67.3
70
34
9
25
62
4.32

Brayan Bello
R
23
5
5
5.43
21
21
111.0
123
67
19
43
79
5.28

Jay Groome
L
23
6
6
5.30
20
20
88.3
94
52
14
38
74
5.03

Connor Seabold
R
26
4
4
5.15
16
16
71.7
76
41
11
25
60
4.71

Josh Taylor
L
29
2
1
3.93
61
0
52.7
46
23
6
22
64
3.65

Darwinzon Hernandez
L
25
3
2
3.97
54
0
45.3
34
20
5
29
65
3.93

Chris Murphy
L
24
6
6
5.44
21
20
91.0
99
55
17
37
77
5.33

Hirokazu Sawamura
R
34
3
2
4.06
51
0
51.0
44
23
6
28
60
4.18

Andrew Politi
R
26
7
7
5.28
24
13
75.0
78
44
10
42
66
4.99

Ryan Brasier
R
34
3
2
3.96
42
0
38.7
37
17
5
13
37
4.03

Zac Grotz
R
29
3
3
4.83
23
5
50.3
53
27
7
17
41
4.61

Hansel Robles
R
31
4
3
4.50
67
0
64.0
60
32
10
27
68
4.45

Alex Claudio
L
30
2
1
4.50
57
1
50.0
54
25
5
18
37
4.26

Eduard Bazardo
R
26
3
3
4.86
24
3
46.3
48
25
8
17
42
4.91

Frank German
R
24
6
6
5.62
24
18
83.3
96
52
14
35
54
5.51

Austin Davis
L
29
2
2
4.56
47
0
51.3
48
26
6
25
54
4.23

Rio Gomez
L
27
2
1
4.59
32
0
49.0
50
25
6
20
43
4.42

Seth Blair
R
33
3
2
4.71
27
1
36.3
36
19
5
17
34
4.67

Daniel Gossett
R
29
5
6
5.75
18
16
81.3
94
52
14
37
58
5.50

Brandon Workman
R
33
3
3
4.63
46
0
44.7
40
23
7
27
49
4.90

Brian Keller
R
28
3
4
5.64
23
13
67.0
73
42
11
35
57
5.36

Michael Feliz
R
29
3
2
4.78
49
1
49.0
48
26
7
20
51
4.30

Dominic LoBrutto
L
26
2
2
4.70
34
0
44.0
48
23
5
16
33
4.45

Brad Peacock
R
34
3
4
5.63
22
11
54.3
57
34
11
22
51
5.31

Austin Brice
R
30
2
2
5.01
41
2
46.7
46
26
7
21
44
4.98

Kyle Hart
L
29
7
9
5.89
23
20
107.0
125
70
20
46
78
5.58

Jose Adames
R
29
1
1
4.78
32
0
32.0
31
17
5
15
31
4.87

Matt Corridor
L
28
4
4
5.50
34
6
73.7
81
45
11
37
66
5.00

Caleb Simpson
R
30
2
2
4.91
21
0
22.0
20
12
3
14
24
4.82

Brandon Brennan
R
30
3
3
5.01
38
0
46.7
48
26
6
21
38
4.70

Geoff Hartlieb
R
28
3
3
5.11
40
0
49.3
50
28
5
29
48
4.50

Durbin Feltman
R
25
4
4
5.14
42
0
49.0
49
28
7
25
46
4.87

Kaleb Ort
R
30
2
2
5.16
40
0
45.3
43
26
6
28
50
4.75

Joan Martinez
R
25
2
2
5.22
34
0
39.7
38
23
5
27
40
5.00

Phillips Valdez
R
30
3
3
5.65
41
6
71.7
78
45
12
37
61
5.45

Bobby Poyner
L
29
2
2
5.48
34
1
42.7
46
26
9
16
39
5.43

Colten Brewer
R
29
2
3
5.74
33
1
42.3
45
27
8
23
38
5.61

Pitchers – Superior

Participant
Okay/9
BB/9
HR/9
BB%
Okay%
BABIP
ERA+
ERA-
WAR
No. 1 Comp

Nathan Eovaldi
9.7
2.2
1.0
5.7%
25.7%
.313
126
80
3.2
Shane Reynolds

Chris Sale
11.4
2.5
1.1
6.5%
30.3%
.309
133
75
2.1
Dutch Leonard

Nick Pivetta
9.3
3.6
1.4
9.3%
23.8%
.295
96
104
1.4
Kevin Foster

James Paxton
9.9
3.1
1.4
8.1%
25.6%
.315
105
95
1.4
Andy Pettitte

Garrett Whitlock
9.0
2.9
0.9
7.7%
23.6%
.302
121
83
1.3
Brad Clontz

Tanner Houck
9.7
3.5
1.3
9.0%
24.9%
.301
101
99
1.2
Joe Cowley

Wealthy Hill
7.8
3.0
1.5
7.8%
20.0%
.289
95
105
1.2
Tim Wakefield

Garrett Richards
7.7
3.4
1.4
8.5%
19.5%
.304
97
103
1.1
Mike Boddicker

Bryan Mata
7.6
4.4
1.2
11.0%
18.9%
.299
96
104
1.1
Mike Payne

Josh Winckowski
6.2
3.2
1.2
8.0%
15.5%
.304
93
108
1.0
Cha Seung Baek

Victor Santos
6.6
2.6
1.3
6.6%
16.9%
.299
100
100
1.0
John Hope

Kutter Crawford
8.9
4.0
1.3
9.9%
22.3%
.315
94
106
0.9
Angel Guzman

Adam Ottavino
11.1
5.2
0.8
13.2%
28.0%
.297
128
78
0.8
Jeff Nelson

Matt Barnes
12.8
4.6
1.2
12.0%
33.5%
.297
124
81
0.8
Mark Clear

Michael Wacha
8.0
2.7
1.6
6.9%
20.3%
.318
90
111
0.8
Brian Sweeney

Raynel Espinal
7.7
3.4
1.5
8.5%
19.4%
.300
90
111
0.7
Chris Brock

Martín Pérez
6.9
3.6
1.4
8.8%
17.0%
.313
89
112
0.7
Kent Mercker

Zack Kelly
8.9
4.0
1.0
10.0%
22.6%
.303
110
91
0.6
Jay Robertson

John Schreiber
8.3
3.3
1.2
8.5%
21.0%
.311
103
97
0.6
Hipolito Pichardo

Brayan Bello
6.4
3.5
1.5
8.7%
16.0%
.298
86
116
0.6
Nate Minchey

Jay Groome
7.5
3.9
1.4
9.6%
18.7%
.302
89
113
0.6
Justin Thompson

Connor Seabold
7.5
3.1
1.4
7.9%
19.0%
.302
91
110
0.6
Felix Diaz

Josh Taylor
10.9
3.8
1.0
9.7%
28.3%
.305
119
84
0.6
Will Ohman

Darwinzon Hernandez
12.9
5.8
1.0
14.4%
32.3%
.296
118
85
0.5
John Rocker

Chris Murphy
7.6
3.7
1.7
9.1%
18.9%
.303
86
116
0.5
Scott Lewis

Hirokazu Sawamura
10.6
4.9
1.1
12.4%
26.7%
.297
116
87
0.5
Jason Kershner

Andrew Politi
7.9
5.0
1.2
12.2%
19.2%
.306
89
113
0.4
Clint Nageotte

Ryan Brasier
8.6
3.0
1.2
7.9%
22.6%
.296
119
84
0.4
Donn Pall

Zac Grotz
7.3
3.0
1.3
7.7%
18.6%
.303
97
103
0.4
Jack Cressend

Hansel Robles
9.6
3.8
1.4
9.7%
24.5%
.294
104
96
0.3
Richie Lewis

Alex Claudio
6.7
3.2
0.9
8.1%
16.7%
.310
104
96
0.3
Jason Kershner

Eduard Bazardo
8.2
3.3
1.6
8.3%
20.6%
.299
97
104
0.3
Mark Brandenburg

Frank German
5.8
3.8
1.5
9.2%
14.2%
.303
84
120
0.3
Dan Smith

Austin Davis
9.5
4.4
1.1
11.0%
23.8%
.302
103
97
0.2
Ed Glynn

Rio Gomez
7.9
3.7
1.1
9.3%
19.9%
.306
102
98
0.2
Wilson Guzman

Seth Blair
8.4
4.2
1.2
10.6%
21.1%
.301
100
100
0.2
Bryce Florie

Daniel Gossett
6.4
4.1
1.5
9.9%
15.5%
.308
82
123
0.2
Dennis Tankersley

Brandon Workman
9.9
5.4
1.4
13.6%
24.6%
.287
101
99
0.2
John Hudek

Brian Keller
7.7
4.7
1.5
11.4%
18.5%
.308
83
120
0.2
Mike York

Michael Feliz
9.4
3.7
1.3
9.3%
23.8%
.306
98
102
0.1
Greg Jones

Dominic LoBrutto
6.8
3.3
1.0
8.2%
16.8%
.309
100
100
0.1
Dana Allison

Brad Peacock
8.4
3.6
1.8
9.1%
21.2%
.299
83
120
0.1
Craig McMurtry

Austin Brice
8.5
4.1
1.4
10.0%
21.0%
.295
94
107
0.1
Mike Butcher

Kyle Hart
6.6
3.9
1.7
9.4%
16.0%
.309
80
126
0.1
Huck Flener

Jose Adames
8.7
4.2
1.4
10.6%
21.8%
.292
98
102
0.1
Chad Harville

Matt Corridor
8.1
4.5
1.3
10.9%
19.5%
.318
85
117
0.0
Dennis Powell

Caleb Simpson
9.8
5.7
1.2
14.0%
24.0%
.293
96
105
0.0
John Briscoe

Brandon Brennan
7.3
4.1
1.2
10.1%
18.3%
.298
94
107
0.0
John Kiely

Geoff Hartlieb
8.8
5.3
0.9
12.8%
21.1%
.317
92
109
-0.1
Mike MacDougal

Durbin Feltman
8.4
4.6
1.3
11.3%
20.8%
.300
91
110
-0.1
Blaine Neal

Kaleb Ort
9.9
5.6
1.2
13.5%
24.2%
.308
91
110
-0.1
Reggie Harris

Joan Martinez
9.1
6.1
1.1
14.8%
21.9%
.303
90
111
-0.1
Josh Banks

Phillips Valdez
7.7
4.6
1.5
11.2%
18.4%
.307
83
120
-0.1
William Ormond

Bobby Poyner
8.2
3.4
1.9
8.4%
20.5%
.301
86
117
-0.1
Shawn Barton

Colten Brewer
8.1
4.9
1.7
11.9%
19.6%
.301
82
122
-0.2
Keith Shepherd

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