Monday, June 7, 2021

AL Statis-Pro Update, Standings, Leading Players

At 1st glance the AL Statis-Pro season appears to be way behind the NL Statis-Pro season at 22 or 24 games played vs. the 54 or 60 games played by each team in the NL. However, the AL is now actually ahead because the Montana Commissioner (getting the AL in the rotation this year) counts a game as a game, while the Alabama Commissioner (with the NL this year) counts each actual game played as three games with a team getting credit for a 3-0 sweep only if they win after leading by at least 5 runs at the end of the 8th inning without using the available reliever with the best ERA.

The AL also keeps stats leaders, so see below the update for that in this AL update. It is interesting that this year's surprise AL team the Red Sox is also doing very well in Statis-Pro, while this year's NL surprise team the Giants is below .500 in Statis-Pro.

To play your own games with the free cards, click on the Statis-Pro Baseball Game.

The AL “East” has turned into quite a race.  Boston (winning 6 of last 8) continued their push into first place.

The Rays have also gotten hot (winning 7 of last 9), while the Yankees have cooled off. (going 3-5 in last 8 games).


Out west, the Astros continue rolling and now have the best record in the league. 

The White Sox have won 6 of their last 8 and look like strong challengers. While the Angels have gotten surprisingly good pitching to stay in the race.


Here are standings and stats:


AL “East”

Boston                14-8

New York           13-9

Tampa Bay         12-10

Cleveland           10-12

Toronto                7-15


AL “West”

Houston             16-6

Chicago               14-8

Los Angeles        13-9

Oakland                8-14

Minnesota           6-16


Individual awards:

Shane Bieber continues to tighten his grip on the Statis-Pro AL Cy Young.

6 starts, 4-1  1.46 ERA.


Two men are rising in the Statis-Pro AL MVP race.

Gleyber Torres, NY,  .295 avg, 8 HR, 25 RBI’s

Rafael Devers, Bos,  .341 avg, 9 HR, 18 RBI’s


22 games

Individual Stats:


Devers, Bos        (30-88) .341

LGurriel, Tor      (28-85) .329

Bregman, Hou   (27-84) .321


Home Runs

Devers, Bos        9

Torres, NY          8

Anderson, Chi   8

Six tied with       7


Runs Batted In

Torres, NY          25

Bregman, Hou   20

Three tied at      19


Runs Scored

Verdugo, Bos     22

JIglesias, LA        20

Devers, Bos        18


Earned Run Average

Bieber, Cle         4-1         1.46

Rodriguez, Bos  5-1         2.19

McCullers, Hou 4-2         2.93



RIglesias, LA       0-0         9-9 Saves

Chapman, NY    0-0         7-7 Saves

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