Swamped at work - so apologize for no updates though we are in a more dead period of just trying out the Statis-Pro projected cards so wouldn't have nearly as many clicks as when we unveiled the new cards.
Tonight we finally broke free to set back up for another game in our short NL Statis-Pro tournament to get a look at their cards before returning to our AL Statis-Pro season (we rotate years).
Then we are going to review which players are most improved from the 2022 Projected cards.
All 2022 Projected Batters (49 pages, 9 cards to a page) and All 2022 Projected Pitchers (62 pages, 9 cards to a page) is the only other thing needed to play the game, though more detailed instructions appear in this Statis-Pro baseball Game Rules.
For example, Justin Verlander might have the best PB 2-7 card in the game, with only 11-18 for hits allowed and only two walks - 55-56. However, the PB 2-7 (third best possible range of 7) is based on a projected 3.39 ERA. In fact, even after being beaten up by the Mariners Friday, his actual ERA this year is 2.02 - so he would have the top range - a PB 2-9 - based on his stats so far this year.
As can see, plenty of 60-day DL players excluded from the Giants - Padres tournament series this weekend.