Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Statis-Pro Game Logs and Standings

The following is the grid of Statis-Pro games. Find the team on the left to see their record, and then going from left to right each number indicates how many times they have beaten the team at the top of the column, and a v- means a team they have yet to play. To see who has defeated the team read from top to bottom. The google sheet is a grid of who played whom. 

Balt612CWS (wc1)108Hou (Div)126
Bost 99Cle (Div)117LAA99
NYY (Div)108Det711Oak48
TB99KC711Sea 810

See interleague game results here.

Div = Division Leader. WC1 = home wild card team. WC2 = visiting Wild Card Team. Tie-breakers (actual play-off games, but for standings); 1) head-to-head, 2) actual record unweighted for 5-run sweeps, 3) run differential.
TB, CWS, Min,a Bost, LAA (all 9-9 or 6-6) would have 5  team playoff for both wild card spots.

NL counts the actual record. AL counts each game as 3 games - a 2-1 series win for the winner except 3-0 sweep awarded if a winning team leads by 5 innings after 8 innings without using closer. See AL League rules for pitchers and sweep rule at bottom of blog.

  • Seattle 6, Texas 1 (sweep)
  • Seattle 6, Texas 2

  • LA Angels 10, Oakland 0 (sweep)
  • LA Angels 4, Oakland 3 (12 innings).

  • Minnesota 7, Houston 3 (12 innings). Greinke's 1-hit shutout ended the 9th when Kepler followed an Altuve error with a game-tying 3-run Homer to force extra innings. Kepler added a grandslam in the 12th for the win in a rematch of last year's Statis-pro ALCS won by Houston.
  • Houston 3, Minnesota 1.

  • Kansas City 11, Detroit 2 (sweep).
  • Detroit 11, Kansas City 9 (sweep because margin 5+ at end of 8th). Jorge Soler homered on 4 consecutive at bats, including the 8th and 9th to lead Tigers from down 10-2 I. The bottom of the 8th to getting the tying run to the plate in Franco against a pb2-5 pitcher.

  • Cleveland 7, Chicago White Sox 3. Four fast Indians runners scored from 3rd base on groundouts. Mercado (OBR:A) beat grounder to pitcher, Santana beat throw home from third base, Ramirez beat throw home from 1st base and Allen scored on grounder to pitcher.
  • Cleveland 5, Chicago 2. Indians take sole possession of AL Central against White Sox team that added a Cuban slugger and veteran starter in Keuchel.

  • Tampa 21, Toronto 5.(sweep) Tampa 21 runs on 21 hits.
  • Toronto 3, Tampa 0 (10 innings). Shoemaker no-hitter into 8th. Fisher started in 2nd and Biggio on 1st in 10th per extra inning rules, and on Bichette single Fisher OBR A gunned down at home by Renfroe's T5. However Vlad Guerrero JR hit 3-run Homer on last card in deck for win.

  • New York 7, Boston 4
  • Boston 12, New York 8 (10 inn)

  • Baltimore 5, Texas 1.
  • Texas 9, Baltimore 8.

  • Seattle 4, Oakland 2. (Chapman injured on line drive)
  • Oakland 8, Seattle 3 (no sweep, up 4 inn after 8).

  • Houston 5, LA Angels 0 (sweep). Verlander 6.2, 0 W, Teheran 3, 5 L. Alvarez 3-run HR.
  • Houston 4, LA Angels 3. McCullers 2.2, 3. Bindy 6,3. W- Peacock, LButtrey, S Usuna. Garneau GW HR. Bullpen 7.1 scoreless.

  • Kansas City 6, Minnesota 2. Duffy 6.2, 2 W. Hill 3.2, 3 L. Dozier 2 HR, 3b.
  • Minnesota 7, Kansas City 0 (sweep credit). Maeda 9, 0 W. Sparkman 4.2, 4 L. Buxton HR, 2 2b. Strange play, Cruz ran into his slow grounder with bases loaded in 1st, single but he is out and all runners return to base.

  • Boston 10, Baltimore 1 (sweep), Rodriguez 9 IP, 1 R, W; Means 3.1, 4 L. Martinez 2b, HR, 3 rbi.
  • Baltimore 5, Boston 3, Milone 6, 2 W, McHugh 2.2, 3 L. Iglesius HR, 3b.

  • NY Yankees 2, Tampa 0 (7 innings, rain). Cole 7, 0 W, Morton 5.2, 2 L. Ford HR, W.
  • NY Yankees 5, Tampa 2. Happ 4,3, Chirinos 3, 2 (w Britton, L Beeks, S Chapman). Judge 2b, 1b, GW Hr.

  • ChiSox 5, Toronto 3. Keuchel 5, 2, Ryu, 3.2, 2 (w Cishek, L Gaviglio, S Bummer. Jimenez HR, 2b.
  • ChiSox 3, Toronto 1. Gonzalez 5,1, Roark 6.2, 1, W-Cease, L-Bass. Anderson GW-HR.

  • Cleveland 5, Detroit 3. Clevinger 8.2, 3 W, Boyd 4,3 L. Reyes HR both games. Clevender no-hitter until 8th when Ramirez prolong inning with error then could not come up with clutch defensive play for hit.
  • Detroit 5, Cleveland 4 (11 innings). Nova 6.1* 1, Plutko, 5, 3. R Garcia W, Hoyt L. Jones pinch ran to start 10th on 2nd base, but on Cabrera would be game-winning single gunned out at home in T5 vs OBR A by Greg Allen. However in 11th Jones game-winning infield single.

  • ChiSox at Cleveland.
  • Detroit at Kansas City.
  • Minnesota at Houston.
  • LA Angels at Oakland.
  • Seattle at Texas.
At this point all 4 starters for each team will have one start.

AL League Rules - all 2 game series. The team starts either their Ace and No.4 starter or No.2 and No. 3 starter each series. Most relievers pitch only 1 inning every series. However a long reliever or 5th starter not in the rotation can pitch longer. Other relievers can pitch 1 inning or if they finish an inning then after resting between innings they drop one PB for their 4th batter overall faced, 2 PBs for the 5th overall faced, etc. If we finish a 2-game series for a team against all 14 other teams (our initial goal for the season) then counting each game as a 3-game series each team would have an 84-game record (e.g. 40-44 or 60-24), however, once a team is mathematically eliminated from the playoffs we stop playing any games with them unless they need to play again at the end against another team trying to make the playoffs.

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