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NL West Baseball Pitcher Rotations

Old-TimerOld-Timer Senior Member
edited April 7 in Sports Betting
10. ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS - Combined Power: 481.2 (#10 of 30)

1.BUMGARNER MADISON - GS: 34, IP: 207.7, W-L: 9-9, ERA: 3.9, WHIP: 1.127, K’s/9: 8.8
2.RAY ROBBIE - GS: 33, IP: 174.3, W-L: 12-8, ERA: 4.34, WHIP: 1.343, K’s/9: 12.13
3.GALLEN ZAC - GS: 15, IP: 80, W-L: 3-6, ERA: 2.81, WHIP: 1.255, K’s/9: 10.9
4.KELLY MERRILL - GS: 32, IP: 183.3, W-L: 13-14, ERA: 4.42, WHIP: 1.315, K’s/9: 7.76
5.WEAVER LUKE - GS: 12, IP: 64.3, W-L: 4-3, ERA: 2.94, WHIP: 1.073, K’s/9: 9.66
6.LEAKE MIKE - GS: 32, IP: 197, W-L: 12-11, ERA: 4.29, WHIP: 1.258, K’s/9: 6.49


21. SAN DIEGO PADRES - Combined Power: 244.4 (#21 of 30)

1.PADDACK CHRIS - GS: 26, IP: 140.7, W-L: 9-7, ERA: 3.33, WHIP: 0.981, K’s/9: 9.79
2.LAMET DINELSON - GS: 14, IP: 73, W-L: 3-5, ERA: 4.07, WHIP: 1.26, K’s/9: 12.95
3.RICHARDS GARRETT - GS: 3, IP: 8.7, W-L: 0-1, ERA: 8.31, WHIP: 1.839, K’s/9: 11.38
4.DAVIES ZACH - GS: 31, IP: 159.7, W-L: 10-7, ERA: 3.55, WHIP: 1.29, K’s/9: 5.75
5.LUCCHESI JOEY - GS: 30, IP: 163.7, W-L: 10-10, ERA: 4.18, WHIP: 1.222, K’s/9: 8.69
6.QUANTRILL CAL - GS: 18, IP: 103, W-L: 6-8, ERA: 5.16, WHIP: 1.301, K’s/9: 7.78 22.


SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS - Combined Power: 20.1 (#22 of 30)

1.CUETO JOHNNY - GS: 4, IP: 16, W-L: 1-2, ERA: 5.06, WHIP: 1.25, K’s/9: 7.31
2.SAMARDZIJA JEFF - GS: 32, IP: 181.3, W-L: 11-12, ERA: 3.52, WHIP: 1.109, K’s/9: 6.95
3.GAUSMAN KEVIN - GS: 17, IP: 102.3, W-L: 3-9, ERA: 5.72, WHIP: 1.473, K’s/9: 9.66
4.SMYLY DREW - GS: 21, IP: 114, W-L: 4-7, ERA: 6.24, WHIP: 1.393, K’s/9: 9.68
5.CAHILL TREVOR - GS: 11, IP: 102.3, W-L: 4-9, ERA: 5.98, WHIP: 1.466, K’s/9: 7.13
6.WEBB LOGAN - GS: 8, IP: 39.7, W-L: 2-3, ERA: 5.22, WHIP: 1.461, K’s/9: 8.39

23. COLORADO ROCKIES - Combined Power: -12.7 (#23 of 30)

1.MARQUEZ GERMAN - GS: 28, IP: 174, W-L: 12-5, ERA: 4.76, WHIP: 1.201, K’s/9: 9.05
2.GRAY JON - GS: 25, IP: 150, W-L: 11-8, ERA: 3.84, WHIP: 1.353, K’s/9: 9
3.FREELAND KYLE - GS: 22, IP: 104.3, W-L: 3-11, ERA: 6.73, WHIP: 1.582, K’s/9: 6.82
4.GONZALEZ CHI CHI - GS: 12, IP: 63, W-L: 2-6, ERA: 5.29, WHIP: 1.46, K’s/9: 6.57
5.SENZATELA ANTONIO - GS: 25, IP: 124.7, W-L: 11-11, ERA: 6.71, WHIP: 1.748, K’s/9: 5.49
6.HOFFMAN JEFF - GS: 15, IP: 70, W-L: 2-6, ERA: 6.56, WHIP: 1.586, K’s/9: 8.74

6. LOS ANGELES DODGERS - Combined Power: 605.5 (#6 of 30)

1.KERSHAW CLAYTON - GS: 28, IP: 178.3, W-L: 16-5, ERA: 3.03, WHIP: 1.043, K’s/9: 9.54
2.BUEHLER WALKER - GS: 30, IP: 182.3, W-L: 14-4, ERA: 3.26, WHIP: 1.042, K’s/9: 10.61
3.PRICE DAVID - GS: 22, IP: 107.3, W-L: 7-5, ERA: 4.28, WHIP: 1.314, K’s/9: 10.74
4.URIAS JULIO - GS: 8, IP: 79.7, W-L: 4-3, ERA: 2.49, WHIP: 1.079, K’s/9: 9.6
5.WOOD ALEX - GS: 7, IP: 35.7, W-L: 1-3, ERA: 5.8, WHIP: 1.401, K’s/9: 7.56

Comments

  • RonbetsRonbets Senior Member
    edited April 5
    Nice to see some info on what was once "America's Game".
    OT, are these pitchers listed as a depth chart? IOW the alleged ace in on top?
    If so, I gotta beef with a couple. Example, my ratings have Buehler over Kershaw.
  • Old-TimerOld-Timer Senior Member
    edited April 5
    Ronbets wrote: »
    Nice to see some info on what was once "America's Game".
    OT, are these pitchers listed as a depth chart? IOW the alleged ace in on top?
    If so, I gotta beef with a couple. Example, my ratings have Buehler over Kershaw.

    I agree, Just Copied what was there and will make adjustments when the season starts. It's basically just the pitchers on the team.
  • Old-TimerOld-Timer Senior Member
    edited April 6
    Let me add something to the reason why I' putting these Pitching staffs out. To me I think it's great information all right there. Ron makes a good point but as I explained it's not a rotation I expect to see although you never know. I'll have the American league up within the next couple of days the same way. When I look at these numbers I pretty much eliminate the ERA and the wins/Losses because when it comes to baseball I use fangraphs as I'm sure most do. What I look for well the best way to explain it is I look for regression especially for younger pitchers.

    Let's get off track for a second and use one run wins as an example. Off the top I think San Fran was 38-16 in one run games last year, now do you expect that to happen again this year. I believe there RSW total opened 74 and within a day if that long it went down to the high 60's.

    Back to pitching and if I had the chance I would have bet Under the Win Total (I only bet unders close to opening day) of Mike Soroka from the Braves. Here's a kid who goes from 25 innings to 174 innings and throws close to 2600 pitches. I understand I wasn't there so I don't know how they brought him up and can he now can handle that type of work load from the following year and be as successful as the prior year? I'm betting No. From what I've seem over the past decade or so these pitchers are babied and going from 25 innings to 174 in one year and the pressure of the playoffs I think he's going to have big trouble at some point and I wouldn't be surprised to see him spend time on the DL multiple times. I hope not I'm not wishing him any harm.

    Anyway you get my point. Strikeouts are key and pitching is all about missing bats and solf contact. So use them or not I'll have them there for you and hopefully it can lead you towards a pitcher or two that you can make money on him or against each time goes out. Thanks for reading just felt like passing some time and thanks for the reply from Ron whose opinion is always welcomed and looked forward to.
  • RonbetsRonbets Senior Member
    edited April 7
    Old-Timer wrote: »

    Anyway you get my point. Strikeouts are key and pitching is all about missing bats and solf contact. So use them or not I'll have them there for you and hopefully it can lead you towards a pitcher or two that you can make money on him or against each time goes out.

    Pretty much concur with your post especially above. I rely a lot on swinging strike % and to some degree spin rate. I miss the game($$) more than any other sport.

    *Johnny Cueto may try to emulate Luis Tiant but this overhyped/underperforming stiff is still considered the ace of SFO? In this year's abbreviated STraining he looked fat and ineffective. Like you mentioned OT, the Giants are in for a long year. New manager Kapler is a steep drop from Bochy.
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