Sunday, July 4, 2021

Statis-Pro Cards for All AL All-Stars and Some Near Misses

If you want to play Statis-Pro All-Star games, you can pull from the AL cards in this blog and the similar NL blog.

Statis-Pro cards for all players selected for the American League All-Star team are all shown below, in bold, and listed in order of team and then last name. The additional players not listed in bold were one of the top three vote getters at their position, listed in the last Statis-Pro AL Commissioners update as one of the leaders, or one of the top 10 in ERA or Saves so far this season.

We start with the only player to be selected as to the All-Star team as both a pitcher and a batter/position player, therefore we have two player cards for Shohei Ohtani among the Angels and Astros.

PosAL PlayerTeamAll-Star?
6-SSJosé IglesiasAngelsNo
1-RHPRaisel IglesiasAngelsNo
8-DHShohei OhtaniAngelsYes
7-OFMike TroutAngelsYes
3-1BJared WalshAngelsYes
4-2BJose AltuveAstrosYes
8-DHYordan AlvarezAstrosNo
7-OFMichael BrantleyAstrosYes

PosAL PlayerTeamAll-Star?
5-3BAlex BregmanAstrosNo
6-SSCarlos CorreaAstrosYes
3-1BYuli GurrielAstrosNo
2-CMartin MaldonadoAstrosNo
1-RHPRyan PresslyAstrosYes
3-1BMatt OlsonAthleticsYes
6-SSBo BichetteBlue JaysYes
7-OFRandal GrichukBlue JaysNo
3-1BVladimir Guerrero JrBlue JaysYes

PosAL PlayerTeamAll-Star?
7-OFLourdes Gurriel JrBlue JaysNo
7-OFTeoscar HernándezBlue JaysYes
4-2BMarcus SemienBlue JaysYes
1-RHPShane BieberIndiansYes
5-3BJosé RamírezIndiansYes
1-LHPYusei KikuchiMarinersYes
7-OFCedric MullinsOriolesYes
7-OFJoey GalloRangersYes
7-OFAdolis GarcíaRangersYes

PosAL PlayerTeamAll-Star?
1-RHPKyle GibsonRangersYes
2-CMike ZuninoRaysYes
1-RHPMatt BarnesRed SoxYes
6-SSXander BogaertsRed SoxYes
5-3BRafael DeversRed SoxYes
1-RHPNathan EovaldiRed SoxYes
8-DHJD MartinezRed SoxYes
1-LHPEduardo RodríguezRed SoxNo
7-OFAlex VerdugoRed SoxNo


PosAL PlayerTeamAll-Star?
2-CSalvador PerezRoyalsYes
1-LHPGregory SotoTigersYes
7-OFByron BuxtonTwinsNo
8-DHNelson CruzTwinsYes
3-1BJose AbreuWhite SoxNo
6-SSTim AndersonWhite SoxNo
2-CYasmani GrandalWhite SoxNo
1-RHPLiam HendriksWhite SoxYes
1-RHPLance LynnWhite SoxYes

PosAL PlayerTeamAll-Star?
5-3BYoan MoncadaWhite SoxNo
1-LHPCarlos RodónWhite SoxYes
1-LHPAroldis ChapmanYankeesYes
1-RHPGerrit ColeYankeesYes
7-OFAaron JudgeYankeesYes
4-2BDJ LeMahieuYankeesNo
6-SSGleyber TorresYankeesNo

Click here for all Statis-Pro batting cards, here for a cross reference of players that changed teams, and finally here for all players for whom we adjusted the home run range based on their OPS through two months this season. The adjustments occured if the player's if their OPS was at least .100 points higher (or lower) than their projection at the end of May then their home run range was adjusted based on a formula. Each extra home run number written on the card changes the OPS by .040.

Some extra notes we write on the cards can include crossing off the old team to write in the new one, or what position they play in our league games, or the position they play in our game.

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