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2016 Standings

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American League East
Rnk
Win

Loss

Pct

GB

RS/G

RA/G

Diff/G

Pyth
O/U

Hit List Rank
(through 05-22)
1 Baltimore Orioles 26 16 .619 - 4.55 3.98 0.57 2.5 11
1 Boston Red Sox 27 17 .614 - 5.82 4.32 1.50 -2.0 2
3 New York Yankees 21 22 .488 5.5 3.91 4.35 -0.44 1.4 16
3 Tampa Bay Rays 20 21 .488 5.5 4.24 3.93 0.31 -3.9 9
5 Toronto Blue Jays 22 24 .478 6.0 4.04 4.00 0.04 -2.0 13


Top 10 prospects
2016 series

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Top prospect: Blake Snell
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2016 Rankings

20 Wins is tied for 22nd in MLB, tied for 11th in league, 5th in division
21 Losses is tied for 15th in MLB, tied for 7th in league, 3rd in division
.488 Win Pct is tied for 18th in MLB, tied for 8th in league, tied for 3rd in division
4.24 RS/G is 15th in MLB, 7th in league, 3rd in division
3.93 RA/G is tied for 9th in MLB, 4th in league, 1st in division
0.31 Diff/G is 11th in MLB, 6th in league, 3rd in division
-3.9 Pyth O/U is 28th in MLB, 15th in league, 5th in division

Recent Transactions

Projected Rest-of-Season 2016 Performance

TBA Depth Chart (updated: 05-23)
AL E W L WPct RS RA AVG OBP SLG
Boston Red Sox 64 54 .542 529 481 .271 .335 .427
Tampa Bay Rays 66 55 .545 539 490 .250 .317 .416
Toronto Blue Jays 61 55 .526 542 510 .256 .329 .435
New York Yankees 61 58 .513 528 515 .253 .321 .409
Baltimore Orioles 57 63 .475 530 559 .255 .309 .440

Top offensive performers by BB

Logan Morrison
Logan Morrison

15 BB
Steve Pearce
Steve Pearce

14 BB
Logan Forsythe
Logan Forsythe

14 BB

Top pitching performers by L

Chris Archer
Chris Archer

5 L
Drew Smyly
Drew Smyly

5 L
Matt Moore
Matt Moore

3 L

Hitters by BB descending

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Rank

Player

PA

R

2B

3B

HR

RBI
Sorted Descending
BB

SO

SB

CS

AVG

OBP

SLG

TAv

VORP

BWARP
1Logan Morrison 117 8 2 0 2 6 15 32 2 0 .176 .282 .255 .206 -4.6 -0.6
2Steve Pearce 109 16 3 0 7 18 14 11 0 1 .312 .404 .570 .354 11.5 1.3
3Logan Forsythe 123 16 9 1 4 12 14 26 3 2 .308 .398 .523 .320 11.2 1.4
4Kevin Kiermaier 137 18 9 1 5 16 11 22 6 2 .236 .307 .447 .268 6.4 0.8
5Steven Souza 154 20 7 0 9 18 11 53 2 2 .268 .325 .507 .292 7.6 0.7
6Brad Miller 136 10 7 2 5 15 11 35 2 2 .216 .279 .424 .247 3.5 0.4
7Evan Longoria 179 24 13 0 8 20 10 42 0 1 .263 .307 .485 .287 9.8 1.2
8Desmond Jennings 117 12 3 0 3 10 9 29 2 0 .181 .256 .295 .216 -2.6 -0.2
9Corey Dickerson 132 13 7 1 8 18 9 37 0 0 .180 .237 .451 .246 -0.7 -0.2
10Curtis Casali 95 11 4 0 5 14 6 37 0 0 .172 .234 .391 .228 -0.7 0.1
11Brandon Guyer 112 16 8 0 4 12 3 19 1 1 .312 .402 .521 .351 11.2 1.3
12Hank Conger 54 1 0 0 0 1 3 14 0 0 .157 .204 .157 .146 -4.2 -0.4
13Tim Beckham 53 6 3 0 2 5 3 21 1 0 .200 .245 .380 .216 0.1 0.0
14Taylor Motter 11 3 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 .200 .273 .500 .263 0.4 0.0
15Mikie Mahtook 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .007 -0.2 0.0

Pitchers by L descending

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Rank

Player

W
Sorted Descending
L

SV

G

GS

IP

H9

BB9

SO9

HR9

ERA

FIP

DRA

VORP

PWARP
1Chris Archer 3 5 0 10 10 52.3 9.97 4.47 11.18 1.72 5.16 4.50 3.64 7.1 0.9
2Drew Smyly 2 5 0 9 9 56.0 7.07 2.25 10.12 1.45 3.54 3.66 2.84 6.3 1.5
3Matt Moore 1 3 0 8 8 46.0 9.39 2.93 9.00 1.57 5.09 4.38 3.92 1.5 0.6
4Jake Odorizzi 1 2 0 9 9 49.7 8.70 2.36 6.89 1.45 3.81 4.36 4.44 4.0 0.4
5Steven Geltz 0 2 0 17 0 16.3 7.71 3.31 6.61 3.86 6.06 8.40 5.08 -8.1 -0.1
6Dana Eveland 0 1 0 14 0 12.0 10.50 6.75 9.00 1.50 8.25 5.93 5.15 -0.9 -0.1
7Alex Colome 1 1 11 17 0 18.3 5.89 1.96 12.76 0.49 1.47 1.54 2.36 3.3 0.5
8Xavier Cedeno 2 1 0 15 0 10.3 6.10 5.23 11.32 0.00 3.48 2.24 3.76 2.3 0.1
9Erasmo Ramirez 6 1 0 18 1 35.0 6.43 1.03 6.69 1.29 2.06 3.81 4.02 4.2 0.3
10Enny Romero 1 0 0 16 0 16.3 3.31 3.86 6.61 0.55 2.76 3.63 4.69 0.2 0.0
11Matt Andriese 3 0 0 3 3 21.3 4.64 2.11 4.64 0.42 2.11 3.44 4.26 0.7 0.2
12Danny Farquhar 0 0 0 6 0 5.3 11.81 3.38 8.44 3.38 3.38 7.14 4.41 -0.9 0.0
13Jhan Marinez 0 0 0 3 0 3.7 4.91 0.00 7.36 2.45 2.45 4.92 3.59 0.1 0.1
14Ryan Webb 0 0 0 15 0 15.0 11.40 1.80 4.80 1.20 3.00 4.28 4.90 -0.1 0.0
15Blake Snell 0 0 0 1 1 5.0 3.60 1.80 10.80 0.00 1.80 1.21 3.64 1.5 0.1

BP Articles

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  Title Author Date
Prospectus Feature: The Rays' Complex History With Domestic ViolenceJessica Quiroli2016-05-06
What You Need to Know: Chris Archer Says Goodbye To All ThatDaniel Rathman2016-04-26
Raising Aces: Pre-Surgery Strasburg Is Finally BackDoug Thorburn2016-04-26
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Call-Up: Blake SnellSteve Givarz2016-04-22
This article requires BP Premium accessThe Call-Up: Blake SnellJ.P. Breen2016-04-22
BP South Side: Chris Sale's Kitchen SinkJames Fegan2016-04-18
Rumor Roundup: Tim Lincecum, Still ExistsDemetrius Bell2016-03-31
Painting the Black: Fade to BlackR.J. Anderson2016-03-16
Pebble Hunting: What It Means To Have The Best Farm System In Baseball, Part 4Sam Miller2016-03-11
Winter Is Leaving: Tampa Bay RaysBryan Grosnick2016-02-23


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