Wednesday, October 26, 2016

All Star Power Rankings

Power Rankings with All Stars-selections ( ), *players under 30
Preseason Rankings ( )

AL Rankings:

1. Baltimore 65-32 (1)
#1 seed
CIA-*Ross (2), SP-*Carreon (1), SP-*Feng (2), 1b-Tomlinson (2)

2. Indianapolis 64-33 (6)
#5 seed
P-*Burke (1), 3b-*James (1), SS-Pescado (3), RF-*Barrett (1)

3. San Diego 61-36 (10)
#2 seed
CIA-Romano (1), SP-*Phelps (2), 2b-Price (6), LF-*Tamura(1), RF-*Melton (1)

4. Tampa 58-39 (4)
#3 seed
CIA-*Bailey (2), SP-Gomez (5), #b-*Pence (5)

5. Hartford 55-42 (2)
#6 seed
CIA-Rodriquez (9), 1b-*Fernandez (3), CF-*Tamura (2)

6. Washington 55-42 (7)
#6 seed
SP-Pendleton (5), Sp-Manusco (3), C-*Federowicz (1)

7. Madison 48-49 (9)
#4 seed
CF-Story (6)

8. Wichita 48-49 (8)
DH-Valerde (2)

9. Milwaukee 45-52 (5)
SP-*Spanenberg (3)

10. Jackson 49-48 (12)
SS-*Moya (2)

11. Kansas City 47-50 (3)
2b-Ramirez (1)

12. Seattle 45-52 (14)
CIA-*Workman (1)

13. Syracuse 37-60 (13)

14. Portland 38-59 (11)

15. Richmond 39-58 (16)
C-*Roberts (1), LF-*Strickland (1)

16. San Francisco 31-66 (15)

NL Rankings:

1. Salt Lake 65-32 (1)
#1 seed
SP-Guzman (9), SP-Matthews (4), 3b-*Dickson (4), SS-Aubrey (1), CF-*Bruce (3)

2. Atlanta 59-38 (8)
#2 seed
CIA-*Hanson (2), SP-*De Leon (2), LF-*Good (1)

3. Durham 55-42 (2)
#5 seed
SP-Kotchman (3), C-Houston (7), RF-Hatcher (5)

4. Pittsburgh 57-40 (5)
#3 seed
SP-*Carrasequel (1), CF-*Walker (1), P-*James (1)

5. Scottsdale 52-45 (3)
3b-Barry (10), RF-Burke (4)

6. Boise 50-47 (10)
#4 seed

7. Iowa 53-44 (11)
#6 seed
SP-Gonzales (1)

8. Boston 49-48 (6)
SP-*Sowers (1), CIA-Huson (2), SS-*Rosairo (1)

9. Detroit 50-47 (13)
#4 seed
SP-Gallardo (4)

10. Arizona 46-51 (7)
SP-*Berroa (1), 1b-*Palmer (1), 2b-*Klaus (4)

11. Chicago 46-51 (4)
CIA-*Valentine (1)

12. Cincinnati 40-57 (9)
2b-Pierynski (3)

13. Colorado 40-57 (15)
C-Meredith (2), !b-*Pinder (1), LF-*Reidmunt (1)

14. Charlotte 39-58 (12)

15. Toronto 35-62 (14)
CIA-*Biemel (1)

16. Nashville 31-66 (16)

Friday, September 16, 2016

Season 40-Preseason Rankings with Historical Pts and Best Players

Preseason Rankings:

Historical Point System: (10 pts-WS title, 5pts-Pennant, 3pts-LCS appearance, 2pts-Div Title, 1pt-playoff apps, 1/2 pt winning season) World Series Title Seasons listed and Pennant Seasons listed

Last Year's Playoff Finish listed in ( )

AL Rankings
1. Baltimore-AL Runner-Up
98 pts-2 WS titles (6,8) and 3 Pennants (18) 2 straight playoff appearances and 2 straight winning seasons
SP-Cedeno,SP-Carreon, SP-Sweeney, SP-Feng
Relievers-Uribe and Taylor
1b-Tomlinson, 2b-Tracy, SS-Saito

2.Hartford-Wild Card
72 pts-2 WS titles(35,36) 2 straight playoff appearances and 12 winning seasons
SP-Cheng, Post, Winchester
CIA-Rodriquez
3b-Torres, CF-Tamura, 2b-Simmons, 1b-Fernandez

3. Kansas City-AL Champ and AL West Champ
26.5 pts-1 Pennant (39), 4 straight division title, 4 straight playoff apps, 4th winning seasons
SP-Spanenberg, Holmes, Gabriel
CIA-Leach
LF-Watkins

4. Tampa-AL South Champ
29 pts-2 straight division title, 2 straight playoff apps, 3 winning seasons
SP-Gomez, Peters
CIA-Gil
3b-Pence, LF-Tanaka, RF-Dewitt, C-Griffiths

5. Milwaukee
78 pts-2 Pennants (27,31)
SP-Christansen, Bonham, Corcino
CF-Pettyjohn, 1b-Dunston, 2b-Neubauger

6. Indianapolis-AL East Champ
128 pts-2 WS titles(2,23) 4 Pennants (1,21) 1 straight division title, 2 straight playoff apps, 2 straight winning seasons
SP-Plata, Flores
CIA-Surkamp, Jacquez, Melcanon
3b-James, CF-Pizzaro, 1b-Ramsay

7. Washington
152 pts-4 WS titles (13,14,17,34) 7 Pennants (20,33,37) 10 straight winning seasons
SP-Manusco, Pendleton
Cf-Mccoy, 2b-Sequi, 1b-Barclay, LF-Nunez

8. Wichita
37 pts-1 straight winning seasons
SP-Stewart
CIA-Ferrer
CF-Mitchell

9. Madison-AL North Champ
61.5 pts-1 Pennant (38) 2 straight division titles, 3 straight playoff apps, 3 straight winning seasons
SP-Cook, Pascual, Rijo
CF-Story, 1b-Stull

10. San Diego
60 pts-2 Pennants (5.7) 1 straight winning seasons
SP-Cela, Henriquez
3b-Price, LF-Melton

11. Portland
109.5 pts-3 WS titles (19,30, 32)
CIA-Reitz
RF-Esposito, CF-Wellemeyer

12. Jackson
19.5 pts
SS-Moya, 1b-Martin, RF-Yearwood

13. Syracuse
70 pts-1 pennant (28)
3b-Rando, 2b-Patrick

14. Seattle
263 pts-5 WS titles (3,4,10,15,26) 10-Pennants (9,16,23,24,25)
SP-Rosado
3b-Hunter

15. San Franisco
24.5 pts
SP-Stein
RF-Stokes

16. Richmond
104 pts-1 WS title (12) 2 Pennants (29)
C-Roberts, CF-Gold

Playoff Predictions
1. Baltimore
2. Kansas City
3. Tampa
4. Milwaukee
5. Hartford
6. Indianapolis

Best Division: AL East- All 4 teams can win the division
Best Pitching: Baltimore, Hartford, Indy, Kansas City, Tampa, Milwaukee
Best Offense:  Hartford, Tampa, Washington
Upcoming Teams: Jackson, San Diego

NL Predictions

1. Salt Lake-World Series Champ
125 pts-5 WS titles (27,28,29,31,39) 2 straight division title, 3 straight playoff apps, 3 straight winning seasons
SP-Guzman, Matthews
3b-Dickson, CF-Bruce, 1b-Aybar

2. Durham-NL Runner Up and NL South Champ
73.5 pts 1 WS title (38) 2 Pennants (13), 3 straight division titles, 3 straight playoff apps, 4 straight winning seasons
SP-Kotchman, Rios, Valenzula
RF-Hatcher, C-Houston

3. Scottsdale-Wild Card
180.5 pts-4 WS Titles (18,20,33,37) 6 Pennants (30,34) 1 straight playoff apps, 15 straight winning seasons
SP-Martin, Gose
3b-Barry, 2b-Brinkley, RF-Burke, C-Carew

4. Chicago-NL North Champ
124.5 pts-2 WS titles (21,25) 4 Pennants (19,35) 1 straight division titles, 5 straight playoff apps
SP-Balboa, Burkett
SS-Sandoval,2b-Unamuno

5. Pittsburgh-NL East Champ
130 pts-2 WS titles (7,16) 4 Pennants (12,36) 9 straight division titles, 9 straight playoff apps, 9 straight winning seasons
SP-Sosa, Carrasequel
2b-Martin, CF-Walker

6. Boston
26.5 pts-1 straight winning seasons
SP-Boctheler, Ashburn, Sowers
3b-Schalk, 2b-Santiago

7. Arizona-Wild Card
31 pts-1 straight playoff apps, 1 straight winning seasons
2b-Klaus, Lf-Chang, 2b-Whitesell, SS-Mori, 3b-Palmer

8. Atltanta
128 pts-1 WS titles (5), 6 Pennants (3,6,8,10,14) 1 straight winning seasons
SP-Ramsay
2b-Thornton, SS-Baker, RF-Reyes, LF-Good

9. Cincinnati
128-3 WS titles (9.11.22) 4 Pennants (4), 1 straight winning seasons
SP-Reyes, Wilson, Guerreo
RF-Withem

10.Boise
54.5 pts-1 Pennant (15)
SP-Fox
CIA-Flores
3b-Pujols

11. Iowa
26 pts-1 straight winning seasons
1b-Elcano, 3b-Terry

12. Charlotte
59 pts-1 Pennant (2)
SS-Canseco, 3b-Cruz, LF-Rivera

13. Detroit-
44 pts-1 pennant (17)
SP-Gallardo
2b-Ruf

14. Toronto
95.5 pts-2 WS titles (1,24) 2- Pennants (23, 26)
3b-Curtis

15. Colorado
53.5 pts
SP-Alonso

16. Nashville
54.5 pts-1 Pennant (32)
3b-Lee

Playoff Predictions
1. Salt Lake
2. Durham
3. Chicago
4. Pittsburgh
5. Scottsdale
6. Boston

Best Division: NL West
Best Pitching Staffs: Salt Lake, Boston, Cincy, Chicago, Scottsdale
Best Offense: Arizona, Atlanta, Salt Lake, Scottsdale
Upcoming Teams: Boston, Cincy, Atlanta, Arizona, Charlotte

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Season 39-Preseason Rankings

AL Rankings with Best Players, Last Year's Finish, and Historical Pts (10 pts-World Series title, 5 pts-AL/NL Pennant, 3 pts-LCS appearance, 2 pts-Division Title, 1 pt-Playoff appearance, 1/2 pt- Winning Season)

1. Columbus-58 pts (1 straight-AL Pennant and AL North Title, 2 straight playoff apps and winning seasons)
World Series Titles: 0
World Series app: 1
AL Champ and AL North Champ
SP-Pascual, Cook, Balboa,and Gallardo
1b-Stull, 2b-Santiago, Cf-Story

2. Baltimore-94.5 pts (1 straight-AL East title, playoff app, and winning seasons)
World Series Titles- Season 6 and 8
World Series app: 3
AL East Champ
SP-Cedeno, Sweeney, Carreon, Tracy, Feng
CIA-Ross
1b-Tomlison, SS-Saito

3. Phildelphia-70.5 pts (1 straight-playoff app, and 11 straight winning seasons)
World Series Ttiles-35 and 36
World Series app: 2
AL Wild Card
SP-Winchester, Cheng, Martin, Post
CIA-Rodtiquez, Reimold
2b-Torres, Cf-Tamura,2b-Simmons, 1b-Fernandez

4. Indianapolis-114.5 pts (1 straight LCS app, playoff app and winning seasons)
World Series Titles: 2 and 23
WS apps: 4
AL Runner Up and Willd Card
SP-Plata, Flores
CIA-Jacquez, Melcanon
CF-Pizzaro,2b-James, 1b-Ramsay

5. Kansas City-15 pts (3 straight AL West titles, playoff apps and winning seasons)
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
AL West Champs
SP-Holmes, Spanenberg
CIA-Jacquez
Lf-Watkins, Cf-Pearson, RF-Bravo

6. Tampa Bay-25.5 pts (1 straight AL South titles and playoff apps, 4 straight winning seasons)
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
AL South Champs
SP-Gomez, Peters
3b-Pence, LF-Tanaka, Rf-Dewitt, C-Griffths

7. Milwaukee-78 pts (4 straight winning seasons)
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 2
SP-Christansen, Toca
RF-Fernandez, 3b-Hutch, 1b-Dunston

8. Washington-159.5 pts (9 straight winning seasons)
WS titles: 13, 14, 17 and 34
WS apps: 7
SP-Manusco, Pendleton
2b-Sequi, 2b-Mccoy, LF-Nunez

9. Portland-105.5 pts
WS titles: 19, 30, and 32
WS apps: 3
SP-Guzman
CF-Wellemyer, RF-Esposito

10. Wichitia-36.5 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
SP-Stewart
CIA-Ferrer
CF-Mitchell

11. San Diego-60 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 2
SP-Henriquez, Phelps
CIA-Jordan
LF-Melton, RF-Martin

12. Seattle-263 pts
WS titles: 3,4 10,15 and 26
WS apps: 10
SP-Rosado
3b-Hunter

13. Syracuse-55 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 1
3b-Rando

14. Jackson-15.5 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
SP-Tillman
SS-Moya, LF-Kuttler

15.San Francisco-24.5 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
SP-Stein
CF-Price, SS-Martin

16. Richmond-104 pts
WS titles:  season 12
WS apps: 2
C-Roberts

Playoff Predictions:

1. Columbus
2. Baltimore
3. Kansas City
4. Tampa
5. Phildelphia
6. Indianapolis

NL Predictions:

1. Durham-71 pts (1 straight WS title, 2 straight NL South title and playoff apps, 3 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles: 38
World apps: 1
World Series Champs and NL South Champs
SP-Kotchman, Valenzula, Fox
Rf-Hatcher, C-Houston, Lf-Sanchez

2. Salt Lake-103.5 pts (1 straight LCS apps and NL West title, 3 straight playoff apps and winning seasons)
WS titles: 27,28,29 and 31
WS apps: 4
SP-Matthews, Gabriel, Reyes
3b-Dickson, Cf-Bruce, 1b-Aybar

3. Scottsdale-179 pts (14 straight winning seasons)
WS titles: 18,20, 33, and 37
WS apps: 6
SP-Gose, Willamson
2b-Brinkley, 3b-Barry, Rf-Burke, C-Carew

4. Pittsburgh-128.5 pts (8 straight NL North title, playoff apps, and winning seasons)
WS titles: 7 and 16
WS apps: 4
NL North Champs
SP-Sosa
2b-Neugebauer, Cf-Walker, Lf-Martin

5. Chicago-118.5 pts (4 straight playoff apps and winning seasons)
WS titles: 20 and 25
WS apps: 4
NL Wild Card
SP-Burkett, Soto
SS-Jungmann

6. Boise-56 pts (1 straight NL East title and playoff apps, 12 straight winning seasons)
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 1
SP-Bonham
Rf-Withem, SS-Katou, 3b-Pujols

7. Arizona-29.5 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
2b-Klaus, Lf-Chang, SS-Mori, 2b-Whitesell

8. Cleveland-26 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
SP-Bochtler, Ashburn, Sowers, Rijo
3b-Schilak

9. Atlanta-127.5 pts
WS titles: season 5
WS apps: 6
SP-Ramsay, DeLeon
Rf-Reyes, Cf-Good, 1b-Hukata

10. Charleston-25.5 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
SP-Corcino, Carrasequel
1b-Elcano

11. Colorado-46.5 pts (5 straight playoff apps and winning seasons)
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 0
NL Wild Card
Cf-Fife

12. Charlotte-59 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 1
3b-Cruz, 2b-Ruf

13. New York-48 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 1
3b-Terry

14. Cincinnati-118.5 pts
WS titles: 9, 11 and 22
WS apps: 4
SP-Wilson, Guerrero

15. Toronto-95.5 pts
WS titles: 1 and 24
WS apps: 4
3b-Flair

16. Santa Fe-58 pts
WS titles: 0
WS apps: 1
LF-Olivo

NL Playoff Predictions

1. Durham
2. Salt Lake
3. Pittsburgh
4. Chicago
5. Scottsdale
6. Boise

Friday, April 8, 2016

All Star Power Rankings

All Star Power Rankings- All Stars listed all star appearances and preseason rankings

AL:

1. Phildelphia-56-35 (1)
#1/#5 seed
(7)-CIA-Rodriquez-8, C-meredith-1, 1b-fernandez-1,2b-simmons-1,3b-torres-1, ss-mercedes-4, lf-chang-1

2. Washington 56-35 (2)
#1/#5 seed
(4)-cia-oneill-5, sp-manusco-2, lf-sequi-3, cf-brumfield-1

3. Baltimore-55-36 (8)
#6 seed
(1)-sp-feng (1)

4. Columbus 53-38 (5)
#2/#3 seed
(2)-cia-unamano-3,cf-story-5

5. Tampa 53-38 (9)
#2/#3 seed
(1)-1b-tanaka-2

6. Indianapolis-50-41 (6)
(3)-Sp-flores-1,ss-pescado-2, dh-ortiz-2

7. Syracuse 47-44 (7)
(1)-sp-gomez-3

8. Kansas City 51-40 (4)
#4 seed
(3)-cia-latos-2, sp-holmes-3, sp-spangenberg-2

9. Milwaukee 46-45 (3)
(1)-3b-hutch-9

10. Portland 43-48 (11)
(2)-Sp-guzman-7, rf-esposito-1

11. Wichita 47-44 (6)
(1)-2b-carlyle-1

12. San Diego 43-48 (14)
(1)-p-delgado-1

13. Jackson 38-53 (13)

14. Salem 32-59 (11)
(1)-rf-leon-2

15. Richmond 34-57 (16)
(2)-p-mcintyre, c-gload

16. San Franisco 31-60 (15)

NL:

1. Salt Lake 65-26 (3)
#1 seed
(8)-cia-reitz-2,sp-buckley-2, sp-matthews-2, p-keough-1, 3b-dickson-3, ss-daly-1, cf-bruce-1, rf-cabera-3

2. Durham 57-34 (2)
#3 seed
(3)-cia-ackley-12, sp-kotchman-2, c-houston-7

3. Scottsdale 54-37 (1)
#5 seed
(5)-sp-willamson-3, sp-burgess-3, sp-gose-4, 3b-barry-9, lf-ramirez-2

4. Boise 59-32 (12)
#2 seed
(3)-cia-mesa-1, sp-niemann-1,rf-withem-2

5. Colorado 49-42 (9)
#6 seed
(5)-cia-spencer-1, 2b-vasquez-2, ss-cairo-1,lf-barber-1, cf-fife-3

6. New York 46-45 (11)
(2)-c-vasquez-2, 1b-elcano-3

7. Pittsburgh 45-46 (4)
#4 seed

8. Toronto 44-47 (15)

9. Chicago 42-49 (5)
(1)-sp-moreno-1

10. Arizona 40-51 (6)
(1)-2b-klaus (2)

11. Santa Fe 43-48 (14)
(1)-p-dimaggio (2)

12. Cincinnati 38-53 (16)

13. Cleveland 36-55 (10)

14. Atlanta 37-54 (7)

15. Charlotte 35-56 (13)

16. Louisville 31-60 (9)
(1)-1b-hukata-7




Tuesday, March 1, 2016

PreSeason Rankings for Season 38

History Rankings
10 pts-WS title
5 pts-Pennant
3pts-LCS apps
2 pts-Div title
1 pt-Playoffs
1/2 pt-winning season

AL Rankings: Key players listed and Season 37 results listed

1. Phildelphia-70 pts (2 WS titles-in S35 and S36)-
10 straight winning seasons (20th)
SP-Winchester, Martin, Chang, Corcino
Closer-Rodriquez
3b-Torres, 2b-Simmons, CF-Tamura, SS-Mercedes

2. Washington-159 pts(4 WS titles-13,14,17 and 34)
(World Series runner up (7th) , Div Title (12th), 7th straight playoffs (16th), 8 Winning seasons (22nd)
SP-Manusco, Pendleton, Rossy
2b-Mccoy, 2b-Sequi, Lf-Nunez, 1b-Barclay

3. Milwaukee-77.5 pts
AL Runner Up, Div Title (10th), playoff app (17th), 3 straight winning seasons (25th)
SP-Toca, Tillman
3b-Hutch, RF-Fernandez, 1b-Dunston, 2b-Nicholas

4. Kansas City-11.5 pts
2 Straight Div title (2nd), 2 straight playoff app (3rd), 2 straight winning seasons (9th)
SP-Spangenberg, Holmes
RF-Watkins, 1b-Moore, LF-Bravo

5. Columbus-46.5 pts
Wild Card (15th), 1 straight winning seasons (19th)
SP-Pasucal, Balboa, Cook, Gallardo
1b-Stull, CF-Story, 2b-Santiago

6. Wichita-36.5 pts
Div Title (8th), 1 straight winning seasons (19th)
SP-Stewart, Sanchez, Carey
Closer-Ferrer
1b-Abyar, CF-Mitchell

7. Syracuse-55 pts
SP-Gomez, Matthews, -Bonham,Post
Closer-Jacquez
3b-Rando, 2b-Neubauger, DH-Myers

8. Baltimore-91 pts (2 WS titles-6 and 8)
SP-Sweeney, Cedeno, Carreon, Rios, Taylor
1b-Tomlinson, SS-Saito

9. Tampa-22 pts
3 Straight winning seasons (12th)
SP-Carrasequel
Closer-Gil
3b-Pence, LF-Tanka,RF-Dewitt, C-Griffins

10. Indianapolis-110 pts (2 WS titles-2 and 23)
SP-Flores, Plata
Closers-Jacquez, Surkamp, Melcanon
3b-Santiago, LF-James

11. Portaland-105.5 pts (3 WS titles-19,30, and 32)
11 straight winning seasons (29th)
SP-Guzman, Gabriel
CF-Pizzaro, 1b-Ramssy, RF-Espoito

12. Salem-263 pts (5 WS titles-3,4,10,15, and 26)
Wild Card (34th), 1 straight winning seasons (34th)
SP-Rosado
Closer-Reimold
SS-Hunter, 1b-Hamilton

13. Jackson-15.5 pts
SS-Moya, LF-Kuttler

14. San Diego-60 pts
Closer-Jordan
CF-Melton, RF-Martin

15. San Franisco-24.5 pts
SP-Guiterrez
CF-Price, SS-Martin

16. Richmond-104 pts (1 WS title-12)
SS-Mota, 3b-Maddox

NL Rankings

1. Scottsdale-178.5 pts (4 WS titles-18,20,33 and 37)
10th Straight Playoff (26th), 13 straight winning seasons (33rd)
SP-Gose, Willamson
3b-Barry, RF-Burke, 2b-Brinkley, C-Carew

2. Durham-49,5 pts
NL Runner UP (4th), Div Title (4th),
SP-Kotchman, Valenzula, Fox
RF-Hatcher, C-Houston, LF-Sanchez

3. Salt Lake-97 pts (4 WS titles-27.28,29, and 31)
2 straight playoff (9th), 2 straight winning seasons (10th)
SP-Reyes
3b-Dickson, CF-Bruce

4. Pittsburgh-125 pts (2 WS titles-7 and 16)
7 straight div titles (14th), 7 straight playoff (20th) and winning seasons (22nd)
SP-Sosa, Rijo, Pinzon
2b-Martin

5. Chicago-117 pts (2 WS titles-21 and 25)
3 straight div titles (13th), 3 straight playoff (14th) and winning seasons (30th)
SP-Christansen
2b-Fontana

6. Arizona-29,5 pts
1 straight winning seasons (17th)
2b-Klaus, SS-Mori, LF-Chang

7. Atlanta-127.5 pts (1 WS title05)
SP-DeLeon
2b-Ruf, SS-Baker

8. Louisville-25.5 pts
SP-Burkett
1b-Hukata, 2b-Pearson, C-Miley

9. Colorado-45 pts
2 straight div titles (6th), 4th straight playoff (11th) and winning seasons (16th)
SP-Soto
CF-Fife

10. Cleveland-26 pts
SP-Botcher, Ashburn

11. New York-48 pts
LF-Brush, 1b-Elcano, 3b-Terry

12. Boise-52.5 pts
11 straight winning seasons (22nd)
RF-Withem

13. Charlotte-59 pts
2b-Good

14. Santa Fe-58 pts
8 straight winning seasons (23rd)
3b-Crosby

15. Toronto-95.5 pts (2 WS titles 1 and 24)
SP-Henriquez

16. Cincinnati-118.5 pts (3 WS titles 9,11, and 22)
SP-Wilson

Thursday, December 31, 2015

All Star Break Power Rankings

PreSeason Rankings ( )
All Star Players with selections ( )

AL

1. Dover 61-30 (6)
#1 seed
AS-(4)-SP-Guzman (6), SP-Valenzula (3), C-Armas (4), CF-Pizzaro (6)

2. Milwaukee 60-31 (5)
#5 seed
AS-(3)-SP-Tillman (7), CIA-Gibson (1), 3b-Hutch (8)

3. Washington 58-33 (3)
#2 seed
AS-(2)-SP-Pendleton (3), LF, Sequi (2)

4. Vancouver 49-42 (9)
#3 seed
AS-2-SP-Holmes (2), SP-Santiago (1)

5. Columbus 50-41 (11)
#6 seed
AS-3-CIA-Unamano (2), SP-Gallardo (3), CF-Story (4)

6. Tampa 49-42 (8)
#4 seed
AS-1-3b-Pence (3)

7. Helena 48-43 (7)
AS-4-1b-Hamilton (2), 2b-Flyod (1), SS-Sandoval (2), RF-Leon (1)

8. Syracuse 48-43 (2)
AS-2-CIA-Jacquez (10), 2b-Neubauger (2)

9. Indianapolis 50-41 (12)
#6 seed
AS-2-P-Escobar (1), DH-Ortiz (1)

10. Phildelpia 43-48 (1)

11. Kansas City 46-45 (4)
AS-5-CIA-Ferrer (5), SP-Carey (3), C-Martin (1), 1b-Abyar (5), LF-Brush (4)

12. Baltimore 39-52 (10)
AS-1-RF-Synder (1)

13. Wichita 44-47 (13)

14. Portland 38-53 (15)

15. Jackson 34-57 (16)

16. Salem 30-61 (14)
AS-1-SS-Martin (5)



NL Rankings:

1. Colorado Springs 58-33 (2)
#1 seed
AS-1-SP-Chavez (2)

2. Durham 55-36 (6)
#2 seed
AS-8-CIA-Wong (1), SP-Fox (2), SP-Kotchman (1), SP-Guerrero (1), P-Ackley (11), C-Houston (6), 1b-Hatcher (3), CF-Newfield (1)

3. Salt Lake 54-37 (7)
#5 seed
AS-3-CIA-Reitz (1), 3b-Dickson (2), CF-Bonilla (1)

4. Pittsburgh 51-40 (3)
#3 seed
AS-2-SP-Rijo (1), LF-Elcano (2)

5. Scottsdale 53-38 (1)
#6 seed
AS-3-SP-Burgess (2), SP-Gose (3), 3b-Barry (7)

6. New Orleans 49-42 (5)
AS-4-CIA-Duran (2), 1b-Moore (1), LF-Olivo (1), RF-Mateo (3)

7. Chicagon 47-44 (4)
#4 seed

8. Arizona 45-46 (9)
AS-3-2b-Klaus (1), SS-Mori (1), RF-Chang (3)

9. Boise 47-44 (15)
#4 seed

10. Atlanta 41-50 (8)

11. Hartford 47-44 (10)
AS-4-CIA-Guapo (1), SP-Burkett (1), C-Miley (1), 2b-Pearson (2)

12. Scranton 40-51 (12)
AS-P-O'Neill (4), SS-Willams (3)

13. Charlotte 35-56 (11)

14. Cincinnati 28-63 (16)

15. Toronto 31-60 (14)

16. Pawtucket 28-63 (15)

Monday, November 23, 2015

Preseason Rankings-Season 37

Franchise Pts thru Season 36
(10 pts-WS Title, 5pts-Pennant, 3pts-LCS app, 2pts-Division Title, 1pt-Playoffs, and 1/2pt-Winning Season)-Total PTS listed

Best Players for each team.

AL Rankings:

1. Phildelphia-World Series Champ (2 straight)
69.5 PTS-(2 straight WS titles 35 and 36, 2 straight AL pennants, 1 straight AL East Champ, 6 straight playoff apps, and 9 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles-35 and 36
SP-Cheng
SP-Martin
SP-Corcino
SP-Winchester
CIA-Rodriquez
CF-Tamura
SS-Mercedes

2. Syracuse-AL Runner Up
55 PTS (1 straight AL North Champ, 1 straight playoff app, and 1 straight winning seasons)
SP-Matthews
SP-Gomez
SP-Bonham
SP-Post
CIA-Jacquez
3b-Rando
2b-Neubuager

3. Washington-Wild Card
141.5 PTS (6 straight playoff apps and 7 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles-13, 14, 17, 34
SP-Manusco
SP-Pendleton
CIA-Melcanon
2b-Sequi
2b-Mccoy
LF-Nunez

4. Kansas City
33 PTS (3 straight winning seasons)
SP-Sanchez
SP-Stewart
CIA-Ferrer
1b-Aybar
2b-Mitchell
LF-Brush
RF-Bolick

5. Milwaukee
71 PTS (2 straight winning seasons)
SP-Tillman
SP-Bravo
1b-Dunston
DH-Willamson
3b-Hutch
RF-Fernandez

6. Dover-Wild Card
105 PTS (7 straight playoff apps and 10 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles-19, 30, 32
SP-Guzman
SP-Gabriel
SP-Valenzula
1b-Ramsay
CF-Pizzaro

7. Helena-
261.5 PTS
World Series titles-3, 4, 10, 15, 26
SP-Rosado
SP-Lecuona
 CIA-Reimold
1b-Hamilton
SS-Hunter

8. Tampa
21.5 PTS
CIA-Chapman
3b-Pence
LF-Tanaka
RF-DeWitt

9. Vancouver-AL West Champ
8 PTS (1 straight divison title, playoff app, and winning season)
SP-Spangenberg
SP-Holmes
2b-Pierynski

10. Baltimore
91 PTS
World Series titles-6,8
SP-Cedeno
SP-Carreon
SP-Rios
CIA-Ross
1b-Tomlinson
3b-Saito

11. Columbus
45 PTS
SP-Gallardo
SP-Cook
SP-Balboa
SP-Pascual
CF-Story

12. Indianapolis
110 PTS
World Series titles- 2, 23
SP-Carrasequel
SP-Sosa
SP-Ferandez
LF-Bravo

13. Wichita-AL South Champ
104 PTS (11 straight divison titles, 11 straight playoff apps, and 12 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles-12
SP-Carey
SS-Mota
3b-Santiago

14.Salem
24.5 PTS
SP-Guitterez
CF-Price
3b-Wallace
SS-Martin

15. Portland
60 PTS
CIA-Jordan
RF-Martin

16. Jackson
15.5 PTS
LF-Veras
2b-Hernandez


AL Playoffs
1. Phildelphia
2. Syracuse
3. Kansas City
4. Helena
5. Washington
6. Milwaukee

Up Coming Teams: Baltimore, Columbus, Indy


NL Rankings

1. Scottsdale-NL West Champs
159 PTS-(1 straight NL West Champs, 9 straight playoff apps, 12 straight winning seasons0
World Series titles- 18, 20, 33
SP-Gose
SP-Willamson
C-Carew
2b-Brinkley
3b-Barry
CF-Bush
RF-Burke

2. Colorado Springs-Wild Card
41.5 PTS (3 straight playoff apps and 3 straight winning seasons)
SP-Toca
SP-Soto
CF-Fife
CF-Wickman
3b-Bailey

3. Pittsburgh-NL Champ
121.5 PTS (1 straight Pennant, 4 straight LCS apps, 6 straight div titles, 6 straight playoff apps, and 6 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles- 7, 16
SP-Rijo
1b-Nathan
1b-Elcano
2b-Crosby

4. Chicago-NL North Champ
113.5 PTS (2 straight div titles, 2 straight playoff apps, 6 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles-21, 25
SP-Beneitz
SP-Christansen
3b-Cortez

5. New Orleans-NL Runner Up
57.5 PTS (1 LCS apps, 1 div titles, 1 straight playoff apps, 7 straight winning seasons)
SP-DiMaggio
1b-Moore
3b-Nicholas
LF-Olivo

6. Durham
37.5 PTS (1 straight winning season)
SP-Kotchman
CIA-Ackley
C-Houston
3b-Reed
RF-Hatcher
CF-Newfield

7. Salt Lake
95.5 PTS
World Series titles-27,28,29,31
SP-Reyes
3b-Dickson
LF-Conway
RF-Caberea

8. Atlanta-Wild Card
127.5 PTS (1 straight playoff apps, 1 straight winning seasons)
World Series titles-5
SP-Ramsay
LF-Reyes
RF-Withem
3b-Lopez

9. Arizona
29 PTS
2b-Klaus
SS-Mori
LF-Chang

10. Hartford
25.5 PTS
SP-Burkett
C-Miley
1b-Hukata
2b-Pearson

11. Charlotte
59 PTS
CIA-Surkamp
1b-Myers
2b-Good

12. Scranton
48 PTS
CIA-Jacquez
1b-Stull
3b-Terry

13. Pawtucket
26 PTS
SP-Bochtler
SP-Ashburn

14. Toronto
95.5 PTS
World Series titles-1, 24
SP-Henriquez
3b-Jaso

15. Boise
52 PTS (10 straight winning seasons)
SS-Pescado

16. Cincinnati
118.5 PTS
World Series titles-2, 11,22
SP-Brinkley

NL Playoffs
1. Scottsdale
2. Pittsburgh
3. Chicago
4. New Orleans
5. Colorado Springs
6. Durham

Upcoming Teams: Salt Lake and Atlanta

Friday, September 25, 2015

Power Rankings-Season 36

Power Rankings with All Stars

AL

1. Phildelphia 64-37 (1)
#1 seed
P-Leach (1)
CIA-Rodriquez (7)

2. Washington 60-41 (2)
#5 seed
CIA-Melcanon (4)
SP-Strong (1)
P-Peterman (3)
2b-Mccoy (1)
LF-Sequi (1)

3. Dover 58-43 (4)
#6 seed
Sp-Guzman (5)
Sp-Blue (1)
C-Armas (3)
1b-Ramsay (9)
DH-James (1)

4. Richmond 55-46 (6)
#4 seed
Sp-Powell (1)
C-Marandona (3)
SS-Mota (5)

5. Syracuse 59-42 (9)
#2 seed
SP-Matthews (1)

6. Milwaukee 51-50 (3)
Sp-Tillman-6
RF-Fernandez-3

7. Vancouver 56-45 (12)
#3 seed
Sp-Holmes-1

8. Alberbuque 52-49 (7)
1b-Hamilton-1
3b-Cabrera-2
SS-Sandoval-1

9.Rochester 53-48 (14)
LF-Bravo-1

10. San Antiono 50-51 (5)
CIA-Ferrer-4
2b-Mitchell-1
RF-Brush-3

11. Tampa 47-54 (8)
CF-Christian-1

12. Columbus 45-56 (11)
CF-Story-3

13. Baltimore 47-54 (10)
CIA-Ross-1
3b-Saito-1

14. Jackson 37-64 (16)

15. Salem 38-63 (13)

16. Boise 35-66 (15)

NL

1. Scottsdale 69-32 (2)
#1 seed
SP-Willamson-2
Sp-Alexander-3
Sp-Martin-4
P-O'Neill-3
C-Carew-1
2b-Brinkley-2
3b-Barry-6
CF-Bush-1

2. Colorado Springs 64-37 (1)
#5 seed
Sp-Toca-4
Sp-Chavez-1
1b-Nathan-5
2b-Hernandez-6

3. New York 56-45 (13)
#2 seed
SS-Pescado-1

4. Pittsburgh 54-47 (7)
#4 seed
Sp-Montana-5
Sp-Buckley-1
LF-Elcano-1
RF-Tanner-1

5. Arizona 54-47 (10)
#6 seed
LF-Chang-2

6. New Orleans 55-46 (3)
#3 seed
CIA-Duran-1

7. Atlanta 54-47 (8)
#6 seed
Cf-Iglesias-1

8. Chicago 52-49 (4)
CIA-Conway-2

9. St Louis 49-52 (5)
CIA-Ackley-10
C-Houston-5

10. Helena 46-55 (9)
P-Holzemer-1
3b-Dickson-1

11. Scranton 50-51 (12)
1b-Stull-1

12. Pawtucket 46-55 (14)
Sp-Bochtler-1

13. Cincy 45-56 (16)

14.Toronto 41-60 (15)

15. Charlotte 40-61 (11)

16. Hartford 34-67 (6)
SS-Witasick-2
LF-Camacho-1

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Pre Season 36 Power Rankings

Power Rankings with best players and last season record listed:
Hitters-Avg-Hr-Rbi-sb
Pitchers-W-L or Sv and ERA
*Under 30 years old

1. Phildelphia 92-70-World Series Champs
Led by deep starting pitching and strong offense
*SS-Mercedes-ASx3,SSx1,WSx1 250-217-579
*LF-Price ASx4, GGx1, WSx1 283-157-542-one of best players in the game
3b-Wallace ASx3, WSx1 298-288-1081-230
*CF-Tamera WSx1 203-6-13-rookie of year candidate
*SP-Martin WSx1 64-43 4.06
SP-Winchester ASx1, WSx1 138-78 3.61
*SP-Corcino WSx1 3-2 3.48-rookie of year candiate-future ace
*SP-Cheng WSx1 13-12 4.59
*Closer-Rodriquez ASx6, WSx1 266 2.36
Top Prospect: 3b-Torres (AA)-one of the best prospects

2. Washington-97-65-AL East Champ
Led by deep pitching and a young lineup
*2b-Sequi WSx1 284-44-159-38
*2b-Mccoy  248-19-66-18
*SP-Mancuso ASx1,CYx1,WSx1  84-56 3.94-one of the best pitchers
*SP-Pendleton ASx2,WSx1  77-39 3.24
*Melcancon ASx3, WSx1  160 3.44
TP: LF-Nunez AAA

3. Milwaukee 84-78
Led by deep starting pitching and deep lineup
*1b-Dunston ASx1, SSx1 284-131-364
3b-Crobsy ASx3,SSx1, WSx4  279-155-502-172
*RF-Fernandez ASx2 293-121-426-321-one of the best players in the game
2b-Godfrey ASx2,GGx2,SSx1  277-232-809-245
SP-Medina WSx3 134-109 3.99
SP-Tillman ASx5, CYx1,GGx1, WSx4  150-65 2.71-one of the best pitchers
SP-Bravo Asx1 94-90 4.26
TP: CF-Pettyjohn AA

4. Dover-94-68-AL North Champ
Led by a very good pitching staff and some powerful bats
*CF-Pizzaro ASx5,SSx2,WSx2 276-166-470-118
1b-Ramsay ASx8, MVPx4 SSx8 WSx2  310-448-1087-one of the best players
*SP-Guzman ASx4,CYx3,WSx2   90-30 2.72-one of the best pitchers
*SP-Valenzula ASx2, SSx1  67-50 3.38
SP-Gabriel ASx2 164-125 4.20
Closer-Lui ASx3   286
TP: 2b-Graves AA

5. San Antiono-94-68-AL Runner Up
Young team lead by starting pitching and young offense
*2b-Mitchell SSx1 256-18-67-16
*RF-Brush ASx2 269-186-586-165
3b-Bolick ASx5 SSx3  302-310-957
*SP-Sanchez ASx3  72-53 3.62
*SP-Stewart   23-16 3.99
*Closer-Ferrer ASx3, FYx2  183 3.12
TP: 3b-Caryle AAA

6. Richmond-94-68-AL South Champ
Veteran team looking for another run
3b-Maddox ASx1 SSx1 276-170-529-125
SS-Mota ASx4 SSx3 GGx2  271-180-775-217
3b-Santiago ASx10, MVPx3 SSx12 GGx2  296-512-1764-470-one of the best players
SP-Carey ASx2 145-106 3.93
TP: SP-Barker HA

7. Albuqerque-86-76-AL West Champ
Veteran lineup with young starting pitching
1b-Hamilton SSx2 WSx2 289-371-1071
LF-Aybar ASx4 SSx3 MVPx1 WSx1  300-450-1073
*3b-Caberea ASx1  267-247-690-200
*SP-Lecunona ASx1 51-34 3.09
*SP-Rosado 20-18 3.95
*Closer-Reimold 36 3.83
TP: 2b-Meyer and Martin HA

8. Tampa-86-76
Young lineup with great potential but looking for pitching
*SS-Pierzynski ASx1 266-58-214-47
*RF-Dewitt ASx1 268-46-133-39
*3b-Pence ASx3 276-84-299-51-one of the best players
*LF-Tanka ASx1 258-62-269-121
*SP-DeJean 22-14 3.22
Closer-Chapman ASx2 186 4.13
TP: SP-Peters HA

9. Syracuse-81-81
Led by deep starting pitching
*CF-Hunter 294-56-257-50
*3b-Rando 259-133-356-56
SP-Gomez ASx2 WSx1  164-106 3.41
*SP-Matthews 70-43 3.71
*SP-Bonham ASx1  60-33 3.47
TP: Closer-Burke AAA

10. Baltimore-81-81
Led by young starting pitching in a tough division
*3b-Saito 238-1-4-rookie of year candidate
*1b-Tomlinson ASx1 257-101-295
*SP-Carreon 15-7 3.05
*SP-Rios  34-42 4.41
*Closer-Cedeno-rookie of year candidate
TP: SP-Feng AA

11. Columbus 73-89
Another young team led by young pitching in a tough division
*CF-Story ASx2 SSx2 301-108-347
SP-Gallardo ASx3 GGx1   135-115 4.11
*SP-Balboa 14-22 3.11
*SP-Sanchez 28-56 4.86
*SP-Cook 9-15 4.78
*SP-Pascual 46-38 3.65
TP: Closer-James AA

12.Vancouver 81-81
Led by young starting pitching but needs offense
*SP-Spangenberg CYx1 ASx1  16-10 2.45-one of the best pitchers
*SP-Holmes  12-15 2.85
Closer-Jacquez ASx9 FYx6  442 2.83
TP: SP-Moreno AAA/ RF-Watkins AA

13. Salem 68-94
Soild vet starting pitching
SS-Martin ASx4 GGx2 275-126-527-154
*SP-Kotchman 73-66 3.52
*SP-Guittrez ASx1  82-70 4.15
TP: 2b-Stokes AA

14. Rochester 53-109
Young starting pitching gives the team hop
*LF-Bravo-rookie of year candidate
*SP-Carrasquel 1-1 2.79-rookie of year candidate
*SP-Fernadnez 0-3 4.19-rookie of year candidate
TP: SP-Sosa and Plata AA

15. Boise 67-95
Rebuilding for the future
*LF-Martin ASx1 SSx1 274-192-667-141
TP: CF-Melton AAA-one of the best prospects/ SP-Rijo AA

16. Jackson 66-96
Veteran Team
DH-Eveland ASx2 283 289-917
TP: SP-Lofton AA

Playoff Seeds:
1. Phildelphia
2. Milwaukee
3. San Antiono
4. Albuqerque
5. Washington
6. Dover

Sleep Teams:Baltimore, Columbus, Tampa


NL Rankings:

1. Colorado Springs-106-56-NL West Champ
Deep team with great pitching and offense
3b-Cortez ASx1 SSx4  276-559-1678-252
LF-Nathan ASx4 SSx1 Wsx3  287-623-1650-250
*CF-Fife Asx2  289-143-479-84
CF-Wickman ASx3 GGx3  262-71-293-293
2b-Hernandez ASx5 GGx2  274-184-678-165
SP-Soto ASx3 CYx1  86-46 3.58
SP-Toca ASx3 GGx3  156-75 3.64-one of best pitchers
*SP-Fernandez ASx1 48-37 3.79
TP: SS-Cairo AAA

2. Scottsdale-104-58-Wild Card
Deep team looking for another title
*C-Carew WSx1 276-71-297
*2b-Brinkley ASx1 272-103-327-123
*RF-Burke ASx2 WSx1 284-203-596
*2b-Barry MVPx4 ASx5 SSx4 WSx1  299-358-960-247-one of the best players
CF-Bush WSx1 284-261-748-117
Sp-Willamson CYx1 ASx1 WSx1  131-96 3.64
SP-Gose ASx1 Cyx1 WSx5  159-91 3.93
TP-Closer Kinsler AA

3.New Orleans 85-77
Won the Free Agency Title to build a powerful offense
C-Willamson ASx3 SSx2 305-223-692
*LF-Olivo WSx1 267-172-530
*1b-Moore SSx1 306-273-934
CF-White ASx4 SSx2 WSx1  276-251-865-153
Sp-Bryne Asx3  198-146 3.77
SP-Dimaggio ASx1  79-32 3.32
TP: Closer-Heredia AA

4. Chicago 90-72-NL Champ
Solid complete team looking for another run
*SS-Jungmann 261-81-275
*2b-Martinez ASx1 258-141-459
*SP Christansen ASx1 65-62 3.62-one of the best pitchers
SP-Beneitz ASx1 98-99 4.35
TP: 2b-Fontana AAA

5. St Louis 80-82
Led by powerful offense and great closer
*RF-Eposito 268-22-74-25
Cf-Newfield SSx1 258-136-496-302
*C-Houston ASx5 SSx4  273-369-891
RF-Hatcher ASx2 SSx2 288-196-656-225-one of the best players
Closer-Ackley ASx9 FYx5  454 2.60
TP: 2b-Sanchez AAA

6. Hartford 80-82
Led by a powerful offense
SS-Witasick GGx5, ASx1  206-187-542-103
*C-Miley GGx1 272-56-179
1b-Hukata MVPx1 SSx5 ASx6 GGx1 WSx1  290-623-1604-one of the best players
*2b-Pearson Asx1 293 69-260-42
*SP-Burkett 20-16 3.98
TP: SS-Mesa HA

7.  Pittsburgh 82-80-NL Runner Up
Rebulit team thru many trades in the past 2 seasons
1b-Myers-ASx9 SSx6 WSx2  269-406-1014
*2b-Neubauger ASx1 SSx1  273-184-570-one of the best players
SP-Post ASx1 118-71 3.61
TP: Closer Carrasquel AAA

8. Atlanta 79-83
Led by young deep offense but need pitching
*2b-Ruf 279 86-318
*RF Withem ASx1 270-127-460-182
*LF-Reyes 264-42-176-58
3b-Lopez ASx1 GGx3 285-96-504-245
TP: SP-DeLeon AAA

9. Helena 89-73- Wild Card
Young team looking to build on playoff apperance
*LF-Conway ASx1 291 22-72-42
*3b-Ruiz 253 28-140-58
*Sp-Reyes 21-21 4.15
TP: 2b-Dickson AA-one of the best prospects

10. Arizona- 80-82
Young offense looking for some pitching
*LF-Campbell ASx2  294-96-293
*LF-Chang ASx1 SSx1  286-91-316-136
*SS-Mori 295-23-87
TP: 2b-Klaus AAA-one of the best prospects

11. Charlotte 90-72-NL South Champ
Veteran team looking for another run
*Closer-Surkamp  13 5.19
*CF-Good 255-34-176
SS-Hutch MVPx1 ASx7 SSx7 WSx1  293-228-863-460-one of the best players
TP:closer-Vidal LA

12. Scranton-67-95
Veteran team added some good pieces
3b-Terry ASx2 GGx1 281-105-437-199
1b-Stull SSx1 291-243-734-105
*Closer-Jacquez ASx1 FYx1  170 3.94
SP-Ford ASx1 98-78 4.30
TP: SP-Mccullugh Rookie

13. New York 84-78
New owner led by offense
RF-Nicholas SSx2 ASx1  261-171-563-203
1b-Lopez ASx2 SSx2  277-329-952
*SS-Pescado   219-23-78-221
LF-Brinkley MVPx1 ASx5 SSx6  281-420-1189-225
TP: SS-Pujols AA

14. Pawtucket 41-121
Led by young starting pitching
*SP-Botchler 7-16 3.45
*SP-Ashburn 3-12 5.25
Closer-Aoki Asx4 WSx1 230 3.84
TP: SP-Tracy LA

15. Toronto 69-93
Veteran team looking to rebuild
3b-Jaso ASx1 SSx1  288-201-763
*SP-Henriquez ASx1  25-20 3.70
TP: SS-Flair HA

16. Cincinnati 69-93
Looking to continue rebuild
*SP-Brinkley 34-49 4.07
TP: SP-WIlson HA

Playoff Seeds
1. Colorado Springs
2. New Orleans
3. Chicago
4. Hartford
5. Scottsdale
6. St Louis

Sleeper Teams: Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Helena

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Historical Power Ranking thru Season 35

10 pts-WS title
5 pts-Pennant
3pts LCS apperance
2 pt-Division
1pt-Playoffs
1/2 pt-Winning Season

AL:
1. Albuquerque-261.5 pts
WS-5 (3,4,10,15,26)
AL-10
ALCS-18
Div-29-6 straight
Playoffs-33-6 straight
Winning Seasons-33-6 straight
100 wins-22
100 loss-1
Owner: 33 out of 34 past seasons

2. Washington-140 pts
WS-4 (13,14,17,34)
AL-6
ALCS-8
Div-11-1 straight
Playoffs-14-5 straight
Winning Seasons-20-6 straight
100 wins-9
100 loss-3
Owner: 10 seasons

3. Rochester-110 pts
WS-2 (2,23)
AL-4
ALCS-10
Div-12
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-20
100 wins-10
100 loss-7
Owner: 8 seasons

4. Dover-103.5 pts
WS-3 (19,30. 32)
AL-3
ALCS-4
Div-13-6 straight
Playoffs-13-6 straight
Winning Seasons-23-9 straight
100 wins-6
100 loss-3
Owner: 20 seasons

5. Richmond-100.5 pts
WS-1 (12)
AL-2
ALCS-3
Div-20-10 straight
Playoffs-20-10 straight
Winning Seasons-23-11 straight
100 wins: 3
100 loss-1
Owner-17 seasons

6. Baltimore-91 pts
WS-2 (6.8)
AL-3
ALCS-5
Div-8
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-4
100 loss-6
Owner- 6 seasons

7. Milwaukee-70.5 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
 Div-9
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-23-1 straight
100 wins-4
Owner: 25 seasons

8. Boise-60 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-5
Playoffs-13
Winning Seasons-24
100 wins-6
100 loss-4
Owner-11 seasons

9. Syrcause-48.5 pts
AL-1
ALCS-3
Div-7
Playoffs-11
Winning Seasons-19
100 wins-3
100 loss-3
Owner: 18 seasons

10. Phildelphia-48 pts
WS-1 (35)
AL-1-1 straight
ALCS-2-1 straight
Div-3
Playoffs-11-5 straight
Winning Seasons-18-8 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-8
Owner: 8 seasons

11. Columbus-45 pts
ALCS-2
Div-8
Playoffs-14
Winning seasons-18
100 wins-3
100 loss-7
Owner-33 seasons

12. San Antiono-32.5 pts
ALCS-1-1 straight
Div-7
Playoffs-9-1 straight
Winning Seasons-13-2 straight
100 loss-10
Owners-6 seasons

13. Salem-24.5 pts
ALCS-3
Div-1
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-13
100 loss-6
Owner-8 seasons

14. Tampa-21.5 pts
ALCS-1
Div-4
Playoffs-5
Winning Seasons-11-2 straight
100 loss-7
Owner-6 seasons

15. Jackson-15.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-7
100 loss-3
Owner-6 seasons

16. Vancouver-4.5 pts
Playoffs-1
Winning seasons-7
100 loss-9
Owner-5 seasons

NL:
1. Scottsdale-155.5 pts
WS-3 (18,20,33)
NL-5
NLCS-7
Div-20
Playoffs-24-8 straight
Winning Seasons-31-11 straight
100 wins-7
Owner-9 seasons

2. Atlanta-126 pts
WS-1 (5)
NL-6
NLCS-10
 Div-14
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-8
100 loss-3
Owner: 8 seasons

3. Cincinnati-118.5 pts
WS-3 (9,11,22)
NL-4
NLCS-6
Div-11
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owner-4 seasons

4. Pittsburgh-110 pts
WS-2 (7,16)
NL-3
NLCS-7-3 straight
Div-12-5 straight
Playoffs-18-5 straight
Winning Seasons-20-5 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-4
Owner-6 seasons

5. Chicago-110 pts
WS-2 (21,25)
NL-4-1 straight
NLCS-8-1 straight
Div-11-1 straight
Playoffs-13-1 straight
Winning Seasons-28-5 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-4
Owner-20 seasons

6. Toronto-95.5 pts
WS-2 (1, 24)
NL-4
NLCS-7
Div-9
Playoffs-10
Winning Seasons-13
100 wins-2
100 loss-3
Owner:35 seasons

7 Helena-95.5 pts
WS-4 (27,28,29,31)
NL-4
NLCS-5
Div-4
Playoffs-8-1 straight
Winning Seasons-9-1 straight
100 wins-1
100 loss-8
Owner-2 seasons

8. Charlotte-59 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-11-1 straight
Playoffs-15-1 straight
Winning Seasons-22-1 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owner-8 seasons

9. New York-51.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-9
Playoffs-11
Winning Seasons-20-9 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-5
Owner-new

10. New Orleans-51 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-8
Playoffs-13
Winning Seasons-21-6 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owner-7 seasons

11. Scranton-48 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
div-6
Playoffs-12
Winning Seasons-19
100 loss-3
Owner-7 seasons

12. Colorado Springs-40 pts
NLCS-4
Div-5-1 straight
Playoffs-11-2 straight
Winning Seasons-14-2 straight
100 wins-5
100 loss-5
Owner-18 seasons

13. St Louis-37.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-3
Playoffs-8
Winning Seasons-19
100 wins-1
100 loss-4
Owner-10 seasons

14. Arizona-29 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons-16
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owner: 35 seasons

15. Pawtucket-26 pts
NLCS-1
Div-5
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-12
100 wins-3
100 loss-8
Owner-4 seasons

16. Hartford-25.5 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-6
Winning Seasons-15
100 loss-6
Owner-3 seasons

Friday, June 26, 2015

All Star Break Power Rankings- Season 35

AL Rankings Previous Ranking ( )  Preseason Ranking-P
All Star Players listed with all star apps ( )

AL:

1. Washington 60-37 (1) P-1
#1/2/5 seed
Closer-Melancon (3), SP-Pendleton (2), P-Peterman (2), RF-White (4)

2. Dover 58-39 (2) P-4
#3 seed
Closer-Lui (3), SP-Guzman (4), 1b-Ramsay (8), CF-Pizzaro (5)

3. Phildelphia 60-37 (4) P-2
#1/2/5 seed
Closer-Rodriquez (6), SP-Pineda (1), 1b-Pride (1), 2b-Terry (2)

4. San Antiono 60-37 (3) P-9
#1/2 seed
Closer-Ferrer (3), SP-Sanchez (3), P-Scheffer (3), C-Rodriquez (1)

5. Richmond 55-42 (12) P-6
#6 seed
SS-Mota (4), LF-Jensen (7)

6. Vancouver 52-45 (6) P-15
#4 seed
SP-Spangberg (1)-R, LF-Montero (1)

7. Oklahoma City 52-45 (11) P-5
#4 seed
SP-Arrojo (1)
8. Tampa 47-50 (5) P-7
SP-Jay (1), 3b-Pence (2), RF-Dewitt (1)-R

9. Milwaukee 48-49 (10) P-8
2b-Crosby (3), DH-Dunston (1)

10. Syracuse 46-51 (8) P-3

11. Salem 44-53 (13) P-10
 SS-Martin (4)

12. Columbus 43-54 (7) P-11
CF-Story (2)

13. Baltimore 47-50 (9) P-12

14. Boise 38-59 (15) P-14
3b-Sutton (1)

15. Jackson 37-60 (14) P-13

16. Rochester 30-67 (16) P-16
C-Vasquez (1)

NL:

1. Colorado Springs 66-31 (1) P-2
#1 seed
SP-Toca (3), SP-Fernandez (1), C-Reese (1), CF-Fife (2)

2. Scottsdale 61-36 (3) P-1
#5 seed
SP-Gose (2), SP-Martin (3), 2b-Barry (5), RF-Burke (2)

3. Charlotte 53-44 (8) P-8
# 3 seed
3b-Peguero (6), SS-Hutch (6)

4. Pittsburgh 52-45 (2) P-3
#4 seed
LF-Fernandez (2)

5. Chicago 55-42 (7) P-7
#2 seed
Closer-Conway (1), SP-Beneitz (1), 1b-Martinez (1)

6. Cleveland 51-46 (4) P-6
SP-Post (1)

7. Arizona 53-44 (10) P-13
#6 seed
Closer-webster (2), P-bridges (1)

8. Helena 50-47 (6) P-14
LF-Beam (1)-R, Rf-Conway (1)-R

9. St Louis 48-49 (11) P-4
Closer-Ackley (9), SP-Fox (1), C-Houston (4)

10. Hartford 47-50 (9) P-11
1b-Hukata (6), 2b-Pearson (1), 3b-Lopez (1)

11. New Orleans 45-52 (5) P-5

12. Atlanta 48-49 (13) P-10
CF-wickman (3)

13. Scranton 41-56 (12) P-9
P-Sadowski (1), SS-Willams (2)

14. Toronto 39-58 (16) P-12

15. Cincinnati 42-55 (14) P-15
SP-Benton (1), Closer-Costilla (1)

16. Pawtucket 24-73 (15) P-16

Friday, June 5, 2015

Season 35- Quarter Power Rankings

Rankings: Previous Rank ( )
Avg-Runs per game-ERA-Fielding PCT

AL Rankings

1. Washington 27-15 (1)
244-4.1-2.95-9.91
#1/2 seed

2. Dover 26-16 (4)
246-5.1-3.54-985
#3 seed

3. San Antiono 27-15 (9)
262-5.1-3.82-986
#1/2 seed

4. Phildelphia 24-18 (2)
259-4.8-3.62-982
#5/6 seed

5. Tampa 22-20 (7)
241-4.8-3.74-988

6. Vancouver 24-18 (15)
266-4.9-4.12-988
#4 seed

7. Columbus 23-19 (11)
254-4.4-3.71-985

8. Syrcause 20-22 (3)
282-5.0-4.42-985

9. Baltimore 24-18 (12)
258-5.4-5.18-982
#5/6 seed

10. Milwaukee 20-22 (8)
262-5.4-5.24-983

11. Oklahoma City 20-22 (5)
226-3.4-3.44-984

12. Richomd 19-23 (6)
271-4.2-4.48-993

13. Salem 18-24 (10)
268-4.4-4.35-983

14. Jackson 15-27 (13)
257-4.0-4.91-984

15. Boise 14-28 (14)
255-4.2-5.43-987

16. Rochester 13-29 (16)
249-4.4-5.94-981

NL Rankings

1. Colorado Springs 30-12 (2)
276-5.5-3.54-984
#1 seed

2. Pittsburgh 27-15 (3)
246-4.7-3.70-987
#2 seed

3. Scottsdale 25-17 (1)
255-5.5-3.57-983
#5/6 seed

4. Cleveland 23-19 (6)
273-5.1-4.03-983
#3 seed

5. New Orleans 21-21 (5)
275-5.3-3.94-981
#4 seed

6. Helena 25-17 (14)
268-4.9-4.17-987
#5/6 seed

7. Chicago 23-19 (7)
259-4.1-3.70-984
#3 seed

8. Charlotte 19-23 (8)
267-4.8-4.02-983

9. Hartford 20-22 (11)
262-4.8-4.69-988

10. Arizona 20-22 (13)
250-4.7-4.86-982

11. St Louis 19-23 (4)
261-4.5-4.47-985

12. Scranton 17-25 (9)
234-3.4-3.24-986

13. Atlanta 17-25 (10)
249-4.4-4.80-986

14. Cincinannti 19-23 (15)
251-3.7-4.32-985

15. Pawtucket 17-25 (16)
252-4.4-5.09-975

16. Toronto 14-28 (12)
233-3.6-4.99-978

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Season 35 Preview

AL Power Rankings with Key Players listed (*players under 30 years old)

1. Washington-WS Champ
Defending Champs led by strong starting pitching, top notch bullpen and very deep offense with room to grow.
*LF-Olivo-WSx1
CF-White-ASx3,SSx2, WSx1
*2b-Sequi-rising star, WSx1
*DH-Brooks-ASx2, WSx1
*SP-Mancusco-CYx1, ASx1, WSx1-one of the best pitchers in the game
*SP-Pendelton-ASx1, WSx1
*Closer-Melcancon-ASx2, WSx1

2. Phildelphia-AL East Champ
Very deep starting pitching, elite closer, and deep effective offense looking to breakthru this season.
*SS-Mercedes ASx3, SSx1
*LF-Price ASx4, GGx1-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Terry ASx1, GGx1
3b-Wallace ASx3
*SP-Martin-future ace
SP-Winchester-ASx1
*SP-Chang-rising rookie of year candidate
SP-Duran CYx3, ASx10- future hall famer
*SP-Pineda-best #5 starter in game?
*Closer-Rodriquez ASx5-one of the best closers in the game

3. Syracuse
Very deep starting pitching, elite closer, and deep offense looking to end Dover's Division reign.  Phildelphia or Syracuse is the deep team?
*DH-Willamson ASx3, SSx2
*LF-Leon-power hitter
1b-Myers-ASx9, SSx5, WSx2
*3b-Hunter-very good hitter
*2b-Bailey-power hitter
*RF-Kutter-another young piece to lineup
SP-Gomez ASx2, WSx1
SP-Byrne ASx3-via trade from Arizona
*SP-Matthews-future ace
Closer-Jacquez-ASx9, FYx6- one of the best closers in the game

4. Dover-AL North Champ
Led by their young star CF and SP this veteran group looking for another run.
*CF-Pizzaro ASx4, SSx2, WSx1-one of the best players in the game
2b-Henry ASz2, GGx3, SSx1-FA signing
1b-Ramsasy MVPx3, ASx7, SSx7-one of the best players in the game
*SS-Pescado-rising defensive whiz
*1b-Manship-FA signing
3b-Duran-provides more power
*SP-Guzman-CYx3, ASx3, WSx1-one of the best pitchers in the game

5.Oklahoma City-AL West Champ
Led by their starting pitching and powerful LF looking to win another AL West title
 *LF-Aybar-MVPx1, ASx4, SSx2, WSx1-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Sandoval-rising young player
*3b-Cabrera-ASx1
*SP-Fried-young future ace
*SP-Lecuona-rising pitcher
SP-Gabriel-ASx3

6. Richmond-AL South Champ
This veteran group is led by their offense
C-Maradona ASx2, SSx1, WSx1
SS-Mota ASx3, SSx2, GGx1
1b-Jensen-veteran hitter
LF-Jensen-MVPx1, ASx6, SSx5, WSx1
3b-Santiago-MVPx3, ASx10, SSx11, GGx2-one of the best players in the game
SP-Carey-ASx2

7. Tampa-AL Runner Up
Young team with strong bullpen looking to take over the AL South after their run to the ALCS
*SS-Pierzynski ASx1
*RF-Dewitt-rising rookie of year candidate
*SS-Sanchez-another young piece
*3b-Pence-ASx1
*LF-Tanka ASx1
Closer-Champman ASx2

8. Milwaukee
This good mix of vets and young players looking to make noise again in AL
3b-Coles-ASx6 SSx2
RF-Godfrey ASx2, GGx2 SSx1
*1b-Dunston-rising young power hitter
2b-Crosby-ASx2, SSx1 WSx4
*C-Kane ASx1
*CF-Iglesias GGx1
SP-Bravo ASx1

9. San Antiono
Young improving team looking to make the next jump as a team
*2b-Mitchell-rising rookie of year candidate
*RF-Brush-ASx2
3b-Bolick-ASx3 SSx3
*SP-Sanchez ASx2-one of the best pitchers in the game
*Closer-Ferrer ASx2, FYx1-one of the best closers in the game
*SP-Stewart-young rising pitcher

10. Salem
Led by their starting pitchers and SS
3b-Johnston-solid vet
*SS-Martin ASx3 GGx2
*SP-Kotchman-one of the best pitchers in the game
*SP-Guiterrez-ASx1

11. Columbus
Led by very deep young starting pitching and CF
*CF-Story-ASx1 SSx1-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Espinosa-rising young player
*SP-Balboa-rising young ace
*SP-Sanchez-another young pitcher
*SP-Cook-rising young ace
*SP-Pascual-best of their young pitchers?

12. Baltimore
Led by their young starting pitchers
*1b-Tomlinson ASx1
*SP-Rios-rising young ace
*SP-Carreon-rising rookie of year candidate

13. Jackson
Led by veteran offense
3B-Molina-MVPx1, ASx1 SSx2- FA signing
DH-Eveland-ASx2

14. Boise
Look to be on a rebuilding project
3b-Sutton WSx1-FA signing

15. Vancouver
Continuing their rebuild with young pitching in ML and AAA
*SP-Holmes-rising rookie of year candidate

16. Rochester
Alot of young pitching in AAA
*LF-Conroy-young leader

Playoff Predictions:
1. Washington
2. Syracuse
3. Oklahoma City
4. Richmond
5. Phildephia
6. Dover

Darkhorses: Tampa, Milwaukee, Columbus, and San Antiono

NL Rankings

1. Scottsdale-NL Champ
Veteran team lead by a powerful offense and starting pitching.
*C-Carew-WSx1
1b-Ramirez ASx4 SSx2 WSx1
*RF-Burke ASx1 WSx1
*2b-Barry MVPx3 ASx4 SSx3 WSx1-one of the best players in the game
CF-Bush Wsx1
SP-Willamson CYx1 ASx1 WSx1
SP-Gose ASx1 WSx5
SP-Martin ASx2 WSx1

2. Colorado Springs-Wild Card
This very deep team lead by a powerful offense and deep starting pitching looking to overtake Scottsdale in the West
1b-Hamilton-SSx2 WSx2
3b-Cortez SSx4 ASx1-FA signing
LF-Nathan ASx4 SSx1 Wsx3-FA signing
*CF-Fife ASx1-one of the best players in the game
2b-Herandez ASx5 GGx2
SP-Soto-Cyx1 ASx3
SP-Toca ASx2 GGx2
*SP-Ferandez-rising young pitcher
*Closer-Spencer-rising young closer

3. Pittsburgh-NL Runner Up
This very deep team offense and pitching staff continues to grow as a group
3b-Maddox ASx1 SSx1
SS-Witasick ASx1 GGx4
*2b-Neugebauer ASx1 SSx1
1b-Howard-Complete Vet hitter
*CF-Rando-young power hitter
*RF-Fernandez-ASx1-one of the best players in the game
*SP-Bonham ASx1
SP-Montana-ASx4

4. St Louis-Wild Card
Led by star RF, C, and closer in a very tough division
*CF-Newfield-good all around CF
*RF-Esposito-rising young player
*C-Houston- ASx3 SSx3
*RF-Hatcher ASx2 SSx5-one of the best players in the game
*2b-Vazquez ASx1
Closer-Ackley-ASx8 FYx5- one of the best closers in the game
*SP-Pinzon-rising rookie of year candidate

5. New Orleans-NL South Champ
Veteran Team led by their offense for one last run
*1b-Moore-SSx1
CF-Brinkley MVPx1 ASx5 SSx6
3b-Jackson ASx4 SSx1 GGx2
*LF-Mateo ASx2 GGx1
SP-Medina WSx3
SP-Kearns CYx1 ASx4 WSx1

6. Cleveland-NL North Champ
Complete team led by their stars in a good division
*SS-Nicholas ASx1 SSx1
LF-Lopez ASx2 SSx2
*SP-Valenzuela ASx2 SSx1
SP-Post-good vet

7. Chicago
Veteran team led by their deep starting pitching
2b-Terry ASx1
*SP-Christansen ASx1-one of the best pitchers in the game
SP-Beneitz-good vet
SP-Holloway ASx1

8.Charlotte
Good mix of vets and good players looking to make a push in the NL South
SS-Hutch MVPx1 ASx6 SSx6-best FA signing ever?
3b-Peguero ASx5 SSx1 GGx1
*CF-Good-rising young player
*RF Murton ASx1 SSx1
LF-Silva ASx4
SS-Coombs-good vet
SP-Gabriel Cyx1 ASx3 GGx2-FA signing
*Closer-Sukamp-rising rookie of year candidate

9.Scranton
Led by their star 1b and closer in a good division
*1b-Stull SSx1-one of the best players in the game
SP-Tillman-CYx1 ASx5 GGx1 WSx4
*Closer-Jacquez ASx1 FYx1-one of the best closers in the game

10. Atlanta
Led by their young outfield
*2b-Ruf-young piece
*3b-Baker-rising player
*RF-Withem-ASx1
*LF-Reyes-rising player
*CF-Wickman ASx2 SSx2

11. Hartford
Led by their powerful offense
*C-Miley-rising power hitter
1b-Hukata-MVPx1 ASx5 SSx4 GGx1 WSx1-one of the best players in the game
*RF-Brinkey-ASx1
*2b-Pearson-young rising player
*3b-Lopez-GGx3

12. Toronto
Veteran team with alot of good pieces to win
*2b-Stull-ASx1
C-Kingland ASx3 SSx3 WSx1
3b-Jaso ASx1 SSx1
*SP-Henriquez ASx1
P-DiMaggio Asx1
Closer-Aoki ASx4 WSx1

13. Arizona
Led by their young players on offense
*LF Campbell ASx2
*LF Chang ASx1
*SS Mori-rising rookie of year candidate
*2b-Mulholland-solid hitter

14. Helena
Led by their young pieces
*LF Conway rising rookie of year candidate
*3b-Ruiz-young piece
*SP-Reyes-rising young pitcher

15. Cincinnati
Continuing their rebuild
*RF Vanguri-solid hitter
SP-Lee ASx5 WSx1-FA signing

16. Pawtucket
Continuing their rebuild
*SP Boctheler-rising rookie of year candidate

Playoff Predictions;
1. Scottsdale
2. Pittsburgh
3. St Louis
4. Cleveland
5. Colorado Springs
6. New Orleans

Darkhorses: Chicago, Charlotte, Toronto

Thursday, May 7, 2015

History of League thru Season 34

10 pts- WS title
5 pts-Pennant
3pts- LCS apperance
2 pts-Divison Title
1 pt-Playoffs
.5 pt-Winning Seasons

AL Rankings

1.Oklahoma City-258 pts
WS-5 (3,4,10,15,26 seasons)
AL-10
ALCS-18
Div-28-5 straight
Playoffs-32-5 straight
Winning Seasons-32-5 straight
100 wins-22
100 loss-1
Owners-3 (32 out of the last 33 yrs)

2. Washington-136.5 pts
WS-4 (13,14,17,34)-1 straight
AL-6-2 straight
ALCS-8-2 straight
Div-10
Playoffs-13-4 straight
Winning Seasons-19-5 straight
100 wins-9
100 loss03
Owners-9 (9 yrs)

3. Rochester-110 pts
WS-2 (2,23)
AL-4
ALCS-10
Div-12
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-20
100 wins-10
100 loss-6
Owners-10 (7 yrs)

4. Dover-100 pts
WS-3 (19,30,32)
AL-3
ALCS-4
Div-12-5 straight
Playoffs-12-5straight
Winning Seasons-22-8 straight
100 wins-6
100 loss-3
Owners-6 (19 yrs)

5. Richmond-97 pts
WS-1 (12)
AL-2
ALCS-3
Div-19-9 straight
Playoffs-19-9 straight
Winning Seasons-22-10 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-1
Owners-8 (16 yrs)

6. Balitmore-91 pts
WS-2 (6,8)
AL-3
ALCS-5
Div-8
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-4
100 loss-6
Owners-8 (5 yrs)

7. Milwaukee-70 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-9
Playoffs-16
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-4
Owners-2 (24 yrs)

8. Boise-60 pts
AL-2
ALCS-5
Div-5
Playoffs-13
Winning Seasons-24
100 wins-6
100 loss-4
Owners-9 (10 yrs)

9. Syracuse-48.5 pts
AL-1
ALCS-3
Div-7
Playoffs-11
Winning Seasons-19-3 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-3
Owners-10 (17 yrs)

10. Columbus-45 pts
ALCS-2
Div-8
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-18
100 wins-3
100 loss-7
Owners-3 (32 yrs)

11. Phildelphia-28.5 pts
ALCS-1
Div-3-1 straight
Playoffs-10-4 straight
Winning Seasons-17-7 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-8
Owners-12 (7 yrs)

12. San Antiono-28 pts
Div-7
Playoffs-8
Winning Seasons-12-1 straight
100 loss-10
Owners-7 (5 yrs)

13. Salem-24.5 pts
ALCS-3
Div-1
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-13
100 loss-6
Owners-10 (7 yrs)

14. Tampa-21 pts
ALCS-1-1 straight
Div-4
Playoffs-5-1 straight
Winning Seasons-10-1 straight
100 loss-7
Owners-6 (5 yrs)

15. Jackson-15.5 pts
Div-4
Playoffs-4
Winning Seasons-7
100 loss-3
Owners-12 (5 yrs)

16. Los Angeles-4.5 pts
Playoffs-1
Winning seasons-7
100 loss-9
Owners-7 (4 yrs)

NL Rankings

1. Scottsdale-154 pts
WS-3 (18,20, 33)
NL-5-2 straight
NLCS-7-3 straight
Div-20-4 straight
Playoffs-23-8 straight
Winning Seasons-30-10 straight
100 wins-6
Owners-9 (8 yrs)

2. Atlanta-126 pts
WS-1 (5)
NL-6
NLCS-10
Div-14
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-22
100 wins-8
100 loss-3
Owners-4 (7 yrs)

3. Cincinnati-118.5 pts
WS-3 (9,11,22)
NL-4
NLCS-6
Div-11
Playoffs-17
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owners-3 (3 yrs)

4. Pittsburgh-103.5 pts
WS-2 (7,16)
NL-3
NLCS-6-2 straight
Div-12-4 straight
Playoffs-17-4 straight
Winning Seasons-19-4 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (5 yrs)

5. Chicago-98.5 pts
WS-2 (21,25)
NL-3
NLCS-7
div-10
Playoffs-12
Winning Seasons-27-4 straight
100 wins-3
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (19 yrs)

6. Toronto-95.5 pts
WS-2 (1,24)
NL-4
NLCs-7
Div-9
Playoffs-10
Winning Seasons-13
100 wins-2
100 loss-3
Owners-1

7. Helena-94 pts
WS-4 (27,28,29,31)
NL-4
NLCS-5
Div-4
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-8
100 wins-1
100 loss-8
Owners-18 (new)

8. Charlotte-55.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-10
Playoffs-14
Winning Seasons-21
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners-10 (7 yrs)

9. Cleveland-51 pts
NL-1
NLCS-2
Div-9-2 straight
Playoffs-11-5 straight
Winning seasons-19-8 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-5
Owners-3 (17 yrs)

10. New Orleans-50.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-8-1 straight
Playoffs-13-5 straight
Winning seasons-20-5 straight
100 wins-2
100 loss-1
Owners-2 (6 yrs)

11. Scranton-48 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-6
Playoffs-12
Winning seasons-19-3 straight
100 loss-3
Owners-10 (6 yrs)

12. St Louis-37.5 pts
NL-1
NLCS-3
Div-3
Playoffs-8-3 straight
Winning Seasons-19-4 straight
100 wins-1
100 loss-4
Owners-8 (9 yrs)

13. Colorado Springs-36.5 pts
NLCS-4
Div-4
Playoffs-10-1 straight
Winning Seasons-13-1 straight
100 wins-4
100 loss-5
Owners-8 (17 yrs)

14. Arizona-29 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-9
Winning Seasons-16
100 wins-2
100 loss-2
Owners-1

15. Pawtucket-26 pts
NLCS-1
Div-5
Playoffs-7
Winning Seasons-12
100 wins-3
100 loss-7
Owners-7 (3 yrs)

16. Hartford-25.5 pts
Div-6
Playoffs-6
Winning seasons-15
100 loss-6
Owners-13 (2 yrs0

Friday, April 17, 2015

Best Players by Position in Season 34

Best Players in AL (Avg, hr, rbl, sb, runs ,extra base hits)-
( )-Number of players on each team
Bold-Top Player at Position

C-
Marandona-Richmond (1) 309-15-63
Myers Syracuse (1) 291-39-113
Hecharrva-Baltimore (1) 278-16-67

1b-
Pride-Phildelphia (1) 281-49-108---72
Jensen Richmond (2) 316-32-111-13
Ramsay Dover (1) 302-51-123--125-79
Nathan Washington (1) 301-45-143-16-115
Dunston Milwaukee (1) 279-43-129
Tomlinson Baltimore (2) 264-37-107

2b-
Sequi Washington (2) 295-19-81-18
Pierysnki Tampa (1) 290-29-91-15
Crosby Milwaukee (2) 294-28-62-28-125-69 (200 hits)

SS-
Mercdes Phildelphia (2) 259-31-80-15
Mota Richmond (3) 276-25-88-30-110
Martin Salem (1) 299-11-39-20

3b-
Wallace Phildelphia (3) 311-23-87-18
Santiago Richmond (4) 301-30-113-37-141-70
Bolick San Antonio (1) 284-25-82
Pence Tampa (3) 288-34-112-13

LF-
Price Phildelphia (4) 266-28-87
Jensen Richmond (5) 294-33-111-10
Aybar Oklahoma (1) 312-57-123--100-91
Sanchez Tampa (3) 319-21-83-15
Leon Syracuse (2) 296-36-97

CF-
Pizzaro Dover (2) 262-37-94-22-102-74
Iglesias Milwaukee (3) 295-28-95-18-107
Zimmerman Baltimore (3) 290-21-67-25
Story Columbus (1) 294-33-94---65

RF-
Abercombie Richmond (6) 284-32-99
Tanaka Tampa (4) 274-24-97-35

DH-
Brooks Washington (3) 284-34-109
Willamson Syracuse (3) 293-32-84

SP-
Duran Phildelphia (5) 18-5 2.74 193-155
Pineda Phildelphia (6) 17-9 3.55 220-164
Carey Richmond (7) 17-7 3.06 205-156
Gabriel Richmond (8) 19-6 4.54 210-152
Gallardo Dover (3) 18-9 4.09 229-167
Guzman Dover (4) 12-9 3.37 216-204
Gabriel Oklahoma (2) 15-11 3.62 231-153
Manusco Washington (4) 21-4 3.01 203-195
Sanchez San Antonio (2) 23-8 2.73 273-195
Matthews Syracuse (4) 17-9 3.57 234-152
Gomez Syracuse (5) 17-3 2.94 220-157

Closer
Rodriquez Phildelphia (7) 5-5 43 1.40
Melcancon Washington (5) 2-1 33 2.08
Ferrer San Antonio (3) 1-5 48 2.59
Chapman Tampa (5) 0-4 43 3.27
Jacquez Syracuse (6) 1-6 45 3.09

NL

C-
Carew Scottsdale (1) 284-19-74
Houston St Louis (1) 306-63-151--117-79
Miley Hartford (1) 282-30-99
Kingland Toronto (1) 313-19-77
Leach Santa Fe (1) 329-21-69

1b-
Ramirez Scottsdale (2) 300-40-123
Moore New Orleans (1) 288-29-113--100-78
Hamilton Colorado Springs (1) 270-33-113--102
Stull Scranton (1) 301-42-111-13-103-80
Hukata Hartford (2) 321-66-179-12-133-100 (207 hits)

2b-
Barry Scottsdale (3) 326-50-139-36-144-91
Neubauger Pittsburgh (1) 247-38-107
Vasquez St Louis (2) 264-29-93-27-107

SS-
Hutch Scottsdale (4) 283-23-84-48-133-70
Witasick Pittsburgh (2) 223-39-117-27
Nicholas Cleveland (1) 276-28-102-35-105-72

3b-
Maddox Pittsburgh (3) 304-36-96-23-101-73
Aviles Colorado Springs (2) 312-28-93
Lopez Hartford (3) 301-12-72-31 (206 hits)
Jaso Toronto (2) 310-26-92
Molina Cleveland (2) 290-27-105

LF-
Chavez Scottsdale (5) 296-34-103-11
Mateo New Orleans (2)277-38-113
Chang Arizona (1) 281-22-74-35-106-73
Sliva Santa Fe (2) 284-34-120--100

CF
Bush Scottsdale (6) 287-28-83-14
Rando Pittsburgh (4) 265-23-85-22
Brinkley New Orleans (3) 291-43-134-15-113-76
Fife Colorado Springs (3) 288-21-58-20
Banks Salt lake (1) 279-29-101-27

RF
Burke Scottsdale (7) 276-41-128-11-114-77
Fernandez Pittsburgh (5) 274-15-59-49-102
Gonzales New Orleans (4) 310-20-80-27-110
Hatcher St Louis (3) 280-27-94-35-123-76
Brinkley Hartford (4) 283-33-80-38-129-72
Withem Atlanta (1) 293-21-95-30

SP
Martin Scottsdale (8) 21-7 3.92 199-140
Bonham Pittsburgh (6) 15-9 3.337 208-147
Ohman Pittsburgh (7) 17-8 3.01 218-150
Montana Pittsburgh (8) 16-7 3.02 211-144
Kearns New Orleans (5) 13-7 3.18 178-177
Toca Colorado Springs (4) 17-9 3.74 204-161
Christansen Chicago (1) 13-10 2.65 224-189
Pryce St Louis (4) 16-10 3.80 211-149
Tillman Scranton (2) 16-7 2.68 191-194
Valenzula Cleveland (3) 15-7 3.61 199-135
Nelson Los Angeles (1) 15-8 2.45 180-131

Closer-
Randall Chicago (2) 6-8 37 2.65
Ackley St Louis (5) 6-7 41 2.01
Jacquez Scranton (3) 1-0 43 2.31
Aoki Toronto (3) 3-4 35 3.83
Guerrero Atlanta (2) 3-6 32 2.82