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Next update coming
by: Rob Reed | July 6, 2011, 4:10pm
     

I will be doing a midseason update during the Allstar break and a podcast extravaganza detailing my picks to click and fail the rest of the way... stay tuned.

PLAYERtrack #15: June 2011 Update
by: Rob Reed | June 8, 2011, 12:11pm
     

Now that we have the June update up (through 6/1/11), I look at the pitchers who have suffered the worst luck thus far and the hitters who have received the most luck.

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June 1 Update is up! Top 10 highest AVG, lowest contact rates and highest BABIPs through 6/1/11
by: Rob Reed | June 2, 2011, 11:47am
     

These are players who are hitting way beyond their normal ability right now.

1. Matt Joyce, Distance From Mean: AVG(.361, +101.65) BABIP+(.416, +117.110) CR-(79%, -79.29)

2. Travis Hafner, Distance From Mean: AVG(.345, +85.84) BABIP+(.420, +120.95) CR-(76%, -76.11)

3. Greg Dobbs, Distance From Mean: AVG(.344, +84.45) BABIP+(.420, +121.110) CR-(79%, -79.69)

4. Casey Kotchman, Distance From Mean: AVG(.361, +102.05) BABIP+(.390, +91.67) CR-(89%, -89.92)

5. Jon Jay, Distance From Mean: AVG(.342, +82.81) BABIP+(.398, +98.93) CR-(80%, -80.70)

6. Matt Holliday, Distance From Mean: AVG(.342, +82.64) BABIP+(.395, +96.16) CR-(80%, -80.65)

7. Joey Votto, Distance From Mean: AVG(.338, +79.01) BABIP+(.384, +84.85) CR-(82%, -82.59)

8. Michael Young, Distance From Mean: AVG(.335, +75.59) BABIP+(.388, +88.84)... [read more]

Pitchers with the highest strand rates and the lowest BABIPs
by: Rob Reed | May 12, 2011, 2:47pm
     

This spells imminent disaster...

1. Josh Tomlin: BABIP-(.154, +123.36) LOB%(94%, -18.74)

2.Josh Beckett: BABIP-(.184, +93.52) LOB%(79%, -3.78)

3. Kyle Lohse: BABIP-(.195, +81.71) LOB%(76%, -0.14)

4. Alexi Ogando: BABIP-(.183, +94.50) LOB%(92%, -16.22)

5. Josh Johnson: BABIP-(.202, +75.58) LOB%(80%, -4.73)

6. Luke Hochevar: BABIP-(.232, +44.80) LOB%(68%, +7.79)

7. Tim Hudson: BABIP-(.238, +39.39) LOB%(68%, +7.41)

8. Zach Britton: BABIP-(.225, +52.22) LOB%(83%, -7.25)

9. Kevin Correia: BABIP-(.234, +43.43) LOB%(79%, -3.21)

10. Dustin Moseley: BABIP-(.225, +52.41) LOB%(88%, -12.63)

PLAYERtrack.com Podcast #14: May 2011 Update
by: Rob Reed | May 11, 2011, 7:53am
     

Now that we have the May update up (through 5/5/11), I look at the hitters who have suffered the worst luck thus far and the pitchers who have received the most luck.

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An offer I couldn't refuse...
by: Rob Reed | May 6, 2011, 4:46pm
     

In this year's issue of Fantasy Baseball Index magazine, I was asked: who do you go with - Colby Lewis or C.J. Wilson? I chose C.J. So far, I'm a genius.

Last week, I lost Pablo Sandoval in the PLAYERtrack.com fantasy league, and I have had to use Edwin Encarnacion in the 3B spot. Yes. Not fun.

So, I was pleasantly surprised to see a trade offer in the league yesterday:

I give up: Tim Lincecum

I get: Alex Rodriguez and C.J. Wilson


At first glance, I was wary, but I do need a 3B and Arod is nearly as good as it... [read more]

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6/8/11: June Update podcast - Rob looks at pitchers about to break out and hitters about to break up... standard 5x5. PLAYERtrack is now FREE!

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Hanley Ramirez: absolutely agree by Rob Reed (February 24, 2012, 02:34pm)
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Jed Lowrie: thoughts? by Brian Ramos (February 14, 2012, 03:26pm)


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