Friday, July 7, 2023

Tampa Moves Into 1st in Balanced (except for ChiSox) AL Statis-Pro

Most of our Statis-Pro updates are on our NL season this year since that is the league your writer is playing out. However, my best friend out west has been rotating leagues with me on and off since our youth in the 1980s, and he provides this update on the parallel AL season. We will ultimately meet in the World Series - which if we did with the top team in our respective leagues right now would be the Tampa Bay Rays against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Parity continues to rule in the Statis-Pro American League.  Nine of the ten teams still have a legitimate shot at the playoffs.  (poor White Sox)


It took a while, but the Rays finally got hot (winners of 8 straight) and now lead the east.

Dominant pitching has been the key for Tampa Bay with the fewest runs allowed in the league. (3.06 rpg)


Toronto led the division most of the first half but a recent four game losing streak opened the door for Tampa Bay.


In the west, no one is taking control. Seattle is the surprise but everyone is waiting for the Astros to eventually move ahead. Houston dropped 3 of the last 4 to slide back again.


The Rangers (2-7) and the Guardians (6-13) have overcome terrible starts to get back in the race.


Individually, Anthony Santander of the Orioles is putting together an MVP caliber season. (leads league in HR’s & RBI’s & Runs Scored)


Teammates Shane Rasmussen and Jeffrey Springs of Tampa Bay as well as Nestor Cortes of the Yankees are Cy Young contenders through eight starts.


EmmanuelClase continues to dominate in relief going 12-12 in save opportunities.


AL East

Tampa Bay       20-13

New York          18-15

Toronto             18-15

Baltimore         16-17

Boston               16-17


AL “West”

Seattle               18-15

Houston            17-16

Cleveland         17-16

Texas                  16-17

Chicago               9-24




Cedric Mullins, Bal      .321

StevenKwan, Cle          .312

Harold Ramirez, TB   .308



Kwan, Cle          44

Mullins, Bal      42

Alex Verdugo, Bos   41


Runs Scored

Santander, Bal 25

Kyle Seager, Tex       24

Kwan, Cle          24


Home Runs

Santander, Bal 11

Cal Raleigh, Sea     10

Aaron Judge, NY           8


Runs Batted In

Santander, Bal               28

Brandon Lowe, TB                       24

Ryan Mountcastle, Bal          23


Earned Run Average  (8 starts)

Drew Rasmussen, TB              3-0        1.50

Nestor Cortes, NY                      4-1        1.84

Jeffrey Springs, TB                     3-3        2.03



Emmanuel Clase, Cle          0-0        12-12

Paul Sewald, Sea      0-0        12-12

Jason Adam, TB          0-0        13-15

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