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This updates starts February 22, as actual MLB teams player there first Spring Training games. The following are the standings in the very balanced NL - unlike our 2018 Statis-Pro AL system where the players cards of the Astros, Red Sox, Yankees and Indians were so much better than the other 11 teams.
Always click here for the player card on updated rosters, and here for the most current standings and a short summary of each game played to date. To play your own games, just click here and get the needed dice.
In the rugged NL Central, the Cardinals have been the shockingly bad/unlucky team out, as they are rivaling the lowly Marlins for the worst team.
through Games of February 21
The next games complete our effort to make sure all of the strongest hitting pitchers have batted, and also making sure every AL team has played at least one interleague game so that I am sure to have their projected cards set for anyone else who wants to use them by clicking here.
Good hitting pitchers yet to hit as of February 21
Greinke (Arizona) and Velaszquez (Philadelphia)
Ryu (Dodgers) vs Angels (reliever Hudson a good hitter)
Chacin (Milwaukee) vs Blach (Giants)
DeGrom (Mets) vs Yankees
Arrieta (Phillies) vs Corbin (Nationals)
Syndergaard (Mets) vs TBD
AL Teams yet to play as of February 21
Athletics vs Giants
Orioles vs Braves
Red Sox vs Marlins
So far, even these strongest hitting pitchers in baseball are hitting .211 and slugging .556, with the only hits coming from the following four pitchers - including a home run by CC Sabathia for the Yankees against the Mets anda double by Lorenzen of the much improved Reds team: