Friday, September 6, 2019

Statis-Pro Standings Based on 72-game Marks - with only 18 Games Left in Divisional Round Robin

This covers Statis-Pro games through the 72-game mark, but the final games to wrap up the 90-game regular season schedule here.

To review, all you need to play Statis-Pro baseball is this google sheet (includes cards for all MLB players and instructions) and two 6-sided dice, two 8-sided dice and one 20-sided die.

Click here for the first 60+ games of our season for each team, at which point the 5th place team from each division was dropped. Click here for the run down of each team up to their 72nd game, the last game between teams from different divisions. This blog shows all schedule match-ups between divisional foes in the final stretch to get to the final 90 game mark - but games between teams who have either cliched or eliminated will not be played.

Fielding Ratings. Whichever playing cards you use, the fielding stats were updated for ALL Major League players in this blog in alphabetical order by team and last name. We suggest you print this out and keep the two teams you are playing available for the times when you need to see if a player made an error (E0, E1, E2 ... E10), needs to throw a runner out from the outfielder (T5, T4, T3, T2) or when trying to steal (TA, TB, TC) or use their range to prevent an opponent's hit (CD5, CD4, CD3. CD2, CD1).

1. If a 2018 card is available (favorite at Statis-Pro Baseball Advanced) use it, but add one HR number for every 0.040 OPS higher than last year, or subtract top hit (HR or others) for every 0.040 lower OPS than last year, and for pitchers I keep the card but adjust the PB based on current projected ERA  (top 25 pitchers PB: 2-9, next 50 PB: 2-8, next 100 PB: 2-7, next 150 PB: 4-7, next 100 PB: 2-6, next 50 PB: 2-5, Not in top 475 PB: 2-4.) We use park neutral adjustments for ERA/FIPS and for batters OPS.

2. If no card is available, use google sheet to find basic card.

3. If no card either place, find projected OPS or ERA and use basic card from top of that sheet.

4. We use 4-sided deck for PB 2-12 to determine if batter or pitcher card in place, and forRandom Number, but have used 5 dice for this version.

The records below are as of September 5, which includes the now concluded final 16 interdivisional games below but not the final divisional round robin below that (click here for every game gameprior to the ones listed in this blog). Through 72 of 90 games

TeamDivisionWinsLossesWin%Div GBWC GB
CubsNL Cent4131
CardinalsNL Cent3636
RedsNL Cent3438
BrewersNL Cent3438
PiratesNL Cent25350.417

TeamDivisionWinsLossesWin%Div GBWC GB
BravesNL East4329
NationalsNL East4131
PhilliesNL East4032
MetsNL East3735
MarlinsNL East22380.367

TeamDivisionWinsLossesWin%Div GBWC GB

Italics - After 60-game record, 5th place team in each division (Pirates, Marlins and Rockies) eliminated.

Final 8 NL Interdivisional Series
(teams pitch either ace "1" and 4th "4" best pitcher, or 2nd and 3rd best pitcher in either series.)
  1. Mets, Marcus Stroman, 3, PB: 2-7 vs. Cardinals, Adam Wainwright, 4, PB: 2-6, Result: mets 8-6; 2 Cards errors preceding 3-run HR (alanso) the 9th inning 2-run HR by Frazier as Mets 5 unearned runs rallied them from down 4-9.
  2. Mets, Noah Syndergaard, 2, PB: 2-7 vs. Cardinals, Jack Flaherty, 1, PB: 4-7 (7), Result: Cards 4-0; Dejong 3-run HR in 5th and Cards held on this time as Ace flaherty and closer Andrew Miller combined for shut out.
  3. Diamondbacks, Luke Weaver, 4, PB: 4-7 (6) vs. Cubs, Kyle Hendricks, 3, PB: 4-7 (7), Result: Rizzo's 8th inning grandslam off Holland (on 2-8) capped a 16-hit attack for a 13-4 sweep and firm control of the NL Central.
  4. Diamondbacks, Robbie Ray, 1, PB: 2-7 vs. Cubs, Yu Darvish, 1, PB: 2-7, Result: Ray took a 2-0 lead and 2-hitter into the 7th, but Schwarber singled and Happ homered to chase him, then Castellanos homered off reliever Crichton to.leabe the Diamondbacks 13 games behind the Dodgers in the NL West.
  5. Dodgers, Rich Hill, 4, PB: 4-7 (7) vs. Brewers, Brandon Woodruff, 4, PB: 2-6, Result: mil 3-1. Two of the Brewers three pb2-9 stoppers - Hader and Knebel (the latter injured in the actual MLB season) wrapped up Woodruff's win arcia's 2-run HR and Moustakas HR accounted for all Brewers runs.
  6. Dodgers, Walker Buehler, 1, PB: 2-8 vs. Brewers, Zach Davies, 1, PB: 2-7, Result: the Brewers shocked the NL best Dodgers by wearing down Ace Buehler through 6, before Yelich's grandslam off the pen keyed a 5-run 7th for sweep credit. Dodgers lead over surprising Padres 6 games and Brewers caught Reds at 8 games out heading to divisional play.
  7. Padres, Chris Paddack, 1, PB: 2-8 vs. Mets, Jacob deGrom, 1, PB: 2-8, Result: mets 2-1 in great pitchers duel and 2-run HR for Alonso.
  8. Padres, Robbie Erlin, 4, PB: 4-7 (6) vs. Mets, Steven Matz, 4, PB: 4-7 (6), Result: Hosmer's 3-run HR in first and Machado's 3-run HR in 7th bookended a 10-0 Mets run en route to 10-5 sweep.
  9. Nationals, Patrick Corbin, 3, PB: 2-8 vs. Giants, Andrew Suarez, 2, PB: 4-7 (7), Result: nats 2-0 Despite Corbin's 5th inning ejection the Nats combined shutout  was finally backed up by zimmerman and Eaton's back to back doubles in the 8th for the 2-0 win.
  10. Nationals, Stephen Strasburg, 2, PB: 2-8 vs. Giants, Jeff Samardzija, 3, PB: 2-6, Result: nats 6-3. Homers by tendon, Eaton and Robles were just enough, as Rodney allowed 2 singles and a double in the 9th to let the giants bring the tying run to the are before Rodney's game ending strikeout made Strasburg the winner.
  11. Phillies, Jake Arrieta, 2, PB: 4-7 (6) vs. Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw, 2, PB: 2-8, Result: LAD 6-4 Bellinger 3-run HR in 8th, rain delay in 5th messed up pitching duel
  12. Phillies, Nick Pivetta, 3, PB: 4-7 (7) vs. Dodgers, Hyun-Jin Ryu, 3, PB: 2-7, Result: Ryu led 3-0 in 8th, but Bellinger injured diving for double started 5-run. Robertson almost balked in tying run in 9th.
  13. Padres, Dinelson Lamet, 2, PB: 2-7 vs. Cubs, Cole Hamels, 2, PB: 2-7, Result: cubs 3-1. Baez, Rizzo and Bryant hit solo HR to make a winner of Hamels (7 IP, 1 unearned run).
  14. Padres, Joey Lucchesi, 3, PB: 2-7 vs. Cubs, Jon Lester, 4, PB: 2-5, Result: Padres 10-1. Machado homered twice and scored 4 times to key the bow out sweep and pull the surprise team of the NL within 5 games of the Dodgers.
  15. Braves, Max Fried, 1, PB: 2-7 vs. Brewers, Adrian Houser, 3, PB: 2-6, Result: Braves 13-4 sweep; Joyce 3-run Homer pinch-hitting for fried in the 4th made it 6-2, then Albies and Freeman led off the 5th with back to back homers to open the flood gates for the sweep (win after leading by 5 after 8 ip without using closer.
  16. Braves, Mike Foltynewicz, 4, PB: 2-7 vs. Brewers, Jimmy Nelson, 2, PB: 4-7 (7), Result: braves 3-2. Braves had amazing 5 hits off Brewers almost unhittable on 2-9 trio in 7th, 8th and 9th, wrapped up when PR Billy Hamilton stole 2nd and 3rd then came home on Hader balk for 3-2 final.

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