Friday, August 30, 2019

All 40-man Rosters Matched On Updated Google Sheet (new Reds play all 3 NL East leaders)

We matched up all 30 teams 40-man rosters, as well as players on the 60-day DL (who do not appear on the 40-man roster), and found 16 pitchers and 40 batters we needed to move from one team to another. Here is the updated Statis-Pro projected cards if you want to check our roster to see if you have players on the right team or make a card for a new player who does not have a printed card.Our recommendation is the get printed cards here and then pick whichever card in the last three years is closest to the projection on this sheet if a player is having a great or terrible year.

(see note at bottom for latest games, with Braves moving into first in NL East)

We ranked the 16 batters in order, mainly based on the OPS their Statis-Pro card should produce over time - but moving strong baserunners and fielders like lightning fast Jarrod Dyson and Billy Hamilton up. The top late pickup in the game is the Phillies pickup of Corey Dickerson from the Rays. He is a cleanup type hitter with home runs on 32 to 36 (5 of 64 numbers) and enough walks to generate a .796 OPS. He also has the strongest arm possible (T5) and is an excellent overall Leftfielder (CD4 puts him behind only a few CD5s). Dyson and Hamilton have two of the seven On Base Running A and Speed (base stealing) AA to give incredible pinch runners and defensive replacements despite lighter bats.

RnkBatterNew TeamOPSOBR/SPChtHROld TeamCD
1Corey DickersonPhillies0.796C/DLP32 to 36f RaysT5, LF-4
2Asdrubal CabreraNationals0.756D/ESN28 to 33f RangersSS-1 2b-1 3b-2
3Yonder AlonsoRockies0.745D/ELN25 to 28f White Sox1b-3
4Jonathan LucroyCubs0.712D/DRN28 to 32f AngelsTA, C-4
5Derek FisherBlue Jays0.710A/ALP22 to 26f AstrosT4, RF-2 LF-3
6Jarrod DysonDiamondbacks0.656A/AALN28f TwinsT5, CF-4LF-4
7David FreeseBrewers0.711D/ERN27 to 31f Dodgers1b-1 3b-4
8Joe PanikMets0.704C/DLN33f Giants2b-4
9Freddy GalvisReds0.688B/BSN28 to 32f Blue JaysSS-4
10Billy HamiltonBraves0.615A/AASN26 to 27f RoyalsT5, CF-4
11Nick MartiniPadres0.684C/DLN28f A'sT3, LF-2
12Adeiny HechavarriaBraves0.644C/DRN32f MetsSS-4
13Mauricio DubonGiants0.643D/DRN26 to 27f Brewersss, CD2
14Beau TaylorBlue Jays0.625C/CLN24 to 25f A'sAll-1 (E10)
15Andrew VelazquezIndians0.572D/DNNNonef Raysss, CD2
16Anthony BemboomAngels0.542D/DNNNonef RaysC, CD2

The 40 pitchers who moved are ranked mainly by ERA, though starters are moved ahead of relievers because they are more valuable for more innings. Therefore the two relievers with a projected ERA low enough to get a PB: 2-8 (we play PB: 2-9 is the best while some play PB: 2-10) therefore rank second and third behind Zack Godley - who can give many more innings with the next best and above-average PB: 2-7.

RnkStartERAPitcherNew TeamOld TeamR/LPB
1SP3.71Zack GodleyBlue Jaysf DiamondbacksRHPPB: 2-7
2RP3.48Chris MartinBravesf RangersRHPPB: 2-8
3RP3.58Ryne StanekMarlinsf RaysRHPPB: 2-8
4SP3.98Kevin GausmanRedsf BravesRHPPB: 4-7 (7)
5SP4.20Zac GallenDiamondbacksf MarlinsRHPPB: 4-7 (6)
6RP3.72Brad WieckCubsf PadresLHPPB: 2-7
7RP3.78Brad BrachMetsf CubsRHPPB: 2-7
8RP3.78Sam DysonTwinsf GiantsRHPPB: 2-7
9SP4.42Logan AllenIndiansf PadresLHPPB: 2-6
10RP3.95Mike MontgomeryRoyalsf CubsLHPPB: 4-7 (7)
11RP4.01Matt WislerMarinersf PadresRHPPB: 4-7 (7)
12RP4.04Jacob BarnesRoyalsf BrewersRHPPB: 4-7 (7)
13RP4.06Jared HughesPhilliesf RedsRHPPB: 4-7 (7)
14RP4.07Wilmer FontBlue Jaysf MetsRHPPB: 4-7 (6)
15RP4.11Blake ParkerPhilliesf TwinsRHPPB: 4-7 (6)
16RP4.13Tony CingraniCardinalsf DodgersLHPPB: 4-7 (6)
17RP4.26Peter FairbanksRaysf RangersRHPPB: 4-7 (6)
18RP4.27Homer BaileyAthleticsf RoyalsRHPPB: 4-7 (6)
19RP4.33Wes ParsonsRockiesf BravesRHPPB: 2-6
20RP4.42Ty BlachOriolesf GiantsLHPPB: 2-6
21RP4.48Edubray RamosPadresf PhilliesRHPPB: 2-6
22SP4.84Kolby AllardRangersf BravesLHPPB: 2-4 (5)
23SP5.13Corbin MartinDiamondbacksf AstrosRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
24SP5.25Edwin JacksonTigersf Blue JaysRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
25RP4.49Javy GuerraPadresf NatsRHPPB: 2-5
26RP4.49Yacksel RiosPiratesf PhilliesRHPPB: 2-5
27RP4.51Donnie HartMetsf BrewersLHPPB: 2-5
28RP4.56Daniel HudsonNationalsf Blue JaysRHPPB: 2-5
29RP4.56Eduardo JimenezTigersf PhilliesNHPPB: 2-5
30RP4.57Burch SmithGiantsf BrewersRHPPB: 2-5
31RP4.59Ryan DullYankeesf A'sRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
32RP4.61David McKayTigersf MarinersRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
33RP4.63Matt MagillMarinersf TwinsRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
34RP4.65Casey SadlerDodgersf RaysNHPPB: 2-4 (5)
35RP4.65Aaron BrooksOriolesfrom A'sNHPPB: 2-4 (5)
36RP4.68Cory GearrinYankeesf MarinersrhpPB: 2-4 (5)
37RP4.85Nick RamirezTigersf PhilliesNHPPB: 2-4 (5)
38RP4.86Brock StewartBlue Jaysf DodgersRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
39RP4.87Neil RamirezBlue Jaysf IndiansRHPPB: 2-4 (5)
40RP4.91Roenis EliasNationalsf MarinersLHPPB: 2-4 (5)

The the Braves, Phillies and Nats all tied in 1st at 34-26, we put them against the Reds - and their newer cards for former Indian Bauer, former Blue Jay Galvis, and rookie phenom Aquino. If not for a collision between Aquina and Winkler to cost them a game against the Phillies, the Reds would have gone 9-9 against the three. Instead, they went even against the Nats and Phils and the Braves took a 4 games to 2 edge to move into first at 38-28.

Results of all games and current standings here.

atlkeuchel8cincastillo3reds 1st of 6 home games vs ATL, Was and Phil (tied 34-26 atop NL East) was 8-3 loss, but senzels 2b in bottom of 8th and barnhardt rbi 1b to score pr Iglesias cut it to 7-3 to avoid sweep. braves 4 extra base hits in 1st, 15 total hits

cinBauer3phiVelazquez0Bauer allowed only 3 baserunners in shutout, striking out 13 to knock Phillies out of tie in first. Scoreless tie brok in 9th by Suarez 3-run homer, and newcombers Aqhina (rookie pheom) and Galvis (former Blue Jay) both had hits in big 7th.

cinWood3washScherzer1With Scherzer tiring in 1-1 duel in 7th inning with Wood, Suarez singled and Barnhardt homered for 3-1 final. Scherzer RBi single after Suzuiki double, then former Blue Jay Galvis sac fly made it 1-1 in second.

washfedde9cinCastillo5Suarez two homers helped Reds get to extra innings, but Eaton's 10th inning grandslam homer gave the Nats a split in the series. Closer Rosenthal got win after 1-2-3 bottom of 9th.

PhilNola5CinGray4Closer Igelsias entered with 2 outs, 2 on in 8th to wrap up 4-3 lead to beat Phillies again, but z-play collisionbetween Aquina and Winkler in right center gave Realimuto game-winning 2-run double.

AtlSoroko3cinWood1Reds split six games with Phillies and Nats, letting Braves move into 1st in NL East at 38-28 with 2nd straight win over Reds to break 3-way tie. Passed ball by Barnhardt led Freeman score and Albies reached on rare error on Voto for 2nd unearned run, but Barnhardt's 9th inning double helped Reds put winning run on base before Minter saved it.

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