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Old 07-09-2019, 02:50 AM   #6
One Great Matrix
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Alight the first month or so of 2034 was nice & funky...

Record: 11-14 (4th place, 4 GB), division looks like it could be interesting, all 5 teams except one are up and down, and the outstanding one isn't (to this point at least) running away with it.

Runs: 83 Runs allowed: 97


some statistics:


Joe Morgan 2B .162 BA/ .234 OB%

Cody Bellinger RF .207 BA/ .291 OB%

Francisco Lindor SS .236 BA / .320 OB%

Fred Lynn CF .281 BA / .316 OB%, 7 HR, 13 XBH, 17 RBI

Shoeless Joe Jackson LF .237 BA / .310 OB%, 6 XBH

Lou Gehrig DH .214 / .329 OB%, 3 HR, 9 XBH, 8 RBI

Mike Schmidt 3B .246 / .364 OB%, 6 HR, 12 RBI

David Ortiz 1B .255 / .305 OB%, 1 HR, 4 XBH

Gary Carter C (48 AB) .188 / .235 OB%, 3 HR, 3 2B

David Wright playing SS (44 AB) .182 / .250 OB%, HR, 5 RBI

Joe Mauer C (40 AB) .125/.186 OB%

Willie Stargell LF (29 AB) .103 BA / .212 OB%, just an RBI

George Brett 3B (16 AB) .125 / .176 OB%, 0 XBH

Team .211 BA in the first 25 games, I don't have my highest average hitters in but whoof! We remained halfway-competitive because the pitching was pretty great for the most part:


Team 3.76 ERA

Current Rotation

Gooden 6 GS, 2-1, 3.75 ERA

Johan Santana 5 GS, 1-3, 5.72 ERA

Koufax 5 GS, 2-2, 3.65 ERA

Roy Halladay 5 GS, 3-2, 2.60 ERA

David Cone 4 GS, 0-2, 4.62 ERA

BULLPEN

Chapman (Closer) 7 Saves, 11.7 K/9, ...12.60 ERA.


deGrom (Set-up) 10 IP, 3.60 ERA

Middle Relievers Christy Mathewson & Mariano Rivera: 32.1 IP, 4 ER combined.

Long relievers Tim Lincecum & Pedro Martinez 9 innings of work combined, 0 ER allowed.

So the bullpen's been the strength so far, the low BA and OBP the weakness & the rest of the season is...a box of chocolates.

I enjoyed playing against the Fighting Frogs.
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