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Top 10 Television Shows 2017 (January-March)

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

My top 20 television shows for 2016 is here.

Each year, I do a quarterly ranking of the 10 best television shows (all platforms, so many platforms) leading to an end of the year top 20.  Here's January-March for 2017

1. Baskets (FX)
2. Superstore (NBC)
3. Girls (HBO)
4. Crashing (HBO)
5. New Girl (Fox)
6. All in With Chris Hayes (MSNBC)
7. The Good Place (NBC)
9. Portlandia (IFC)
8. Crazy-ex Girlfriend (CW)
10. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX)

-Survivor, The Americans, Last Man on Earth and other shows just an episode or two down as of this writing will be considered next quarter. The second season of Love just dropped, I've yet to watch it (or Sneaky Pete or last year's Easy or Crashing or that Woody Allen show.  I'm doing the best I can.  What's that Amazon show about the tennis club?  I haven't watched either season of that.  There's a lot is what I'm saying.  And there's something called Seeso now, it's a whole thing)

Baskets is in the Louie phylum for FX shows (Louis CK produces); a lot of the laughter comes from ennui (including the slapstick); if you miss the NBC version of the Office it's back and has better politics, it's Superstore and you should be watching it. The two HBO shows come next (lot of comedies here in the first quarter of the year) Girls is ending, Crashing is starting. New Girl isn't "back" or any similar headline, it's just consistently funny.  A product of Trump's America is it's given real animating force to Chris Hayes's show. Ex-Girlfriend finished up an uneven second season with a pretty fair twist; the Good Place finished up its first with a great one. Portlandia's coming off its best ever season, this season has not reached those heights - and a nod to Sunny, still bringing good jokes year after year.


2017 NCAA Tournament Brackets

Tuesday, March 14, 2017



Let's pick some March Madness games.

East
Rnd One:

-I've got Mt. St. Marys and my Trojans in the play in games.

-Two seed upsets in round one: Marquette over South Carolina, and with the Gamecocks playing in state that doesn't sound like a great pick.  And - I've got UNC Wilmington knocking off Virginia.  If Virginia goes through they're 50/50 to make the sweet 16, so that's a real pick.  I'd like to take USC to beat SMU again, but there's probably a better chance of Providence knocking us out than that happening.

West
Rnd One:

-I've got Vandy in the coin flip game over Northwestern; I've got a 12/5 upset here, Princeton taking out Notre Dame. That's a "I think Princeton's got a 40% chance to win so I take the shot" pick, but I'm taking Xavier over Maryland in the 11/6 game, and that's a 50/50 game.

Midwest
Rnd One:

-I've got NC Central in the play in game.

-Seed upsets - Rhode Island beating Creighton in the 11/6.  That's it.

South

Rnd One:

-I've got Wake over KSt in the play in - but, but but....if KSt wins, I'm going to take them to beat Cincinnati in Round One, but not Wake.  Got it?

-I've got Middle Tennessee over Minnesota in a 12/5, I've got Wichita over Dayton in a 10/7.

Round Two
East

-I've got chalk, the cross out on my bracket is crossing out SMU and picking Baylor.  If SMU wins look really hard at their beating Duke in the next round.

West

-I've got St Marys over Arizona, that's not the end for St Marys, so that's an upset I'm banking on a little bit.

Midwest

-Chalk.  If Michigan does get by in Round one it will be hard not to root for them here against Louisville, even with what that would mean to my bracket.

South

-I've got Wichita taking out Kentucky, placing a double digit seed in the sweet 16, as generally happens.

Sweet 16

East

-Chalk, although, if it's SMU/Duke, look out.

West

-Rolling with St Marys over Florida St.

Midwest

-Chalk, but I half like Purdue here if they're able to get by Iowa St.  I'd half like Iowa St to come to think of it. I don't like Kansas is what I'm saying, even though I've got them going to the elite 8.

South

-Chalk, UCLA is super interesting, I could see them bounced by Cincinnati really readily, but I've got them going to the elite 8.

Elite 8
Villanova over Duke
Gonzaga over St Marys
Louisville over Kansas
UNC over UCLA

The midwest is a tricky one, I just don't think there's a team really worthy of the final four, I've got Louisville coming out but without enthusiasm.  I'll be rooting for UCLA; that's a fun team and I watch a lot of west coast basketball.

I've got a Gonzaga/UNC finals, with the Zags cutting down the nets.



2017 MLB Predictions

Monday, March 6, 2017

I'll update prior to the start of the season, here are my current picks for the 2017 MLB season.

AL East
1. Boston 86 (under 93)
2. Toronto 82 (under 88.5)
3. Tampa 81 (over 78)
4. NYY 80
5. Baltimore 77.5 (under 81)

AL Central
1. Cleveland 93
2. Detroit 81 (under 83.5)
3. Minnesota 77 (over 74.5)
4. CWS 73 (over 70)
5. KC 71 (under 77)

AL West
1. Houston 94 (over 90.5)
2. Seattle 87 WC1
3. Texas 83 WC2
4. LAA 79
5. Oakland 77

Texas at Seattle
WC Winner (Seattle) at Houston
Boston at Cleveland
Cleveland at Houston

AL Champs - Houston

NL East
1. Washington 89 (under 91.5)
2. NYM 87
3. Miami 78
4. Atlanta 75
5. Philadelphia 72

NL Central
1. Chicago 94 (under 96.5)
2. Pittsburgh 82
3. StL 79 (under 84.5)
4. Milwaukee 76 (over 70.5)
5. Cincinnati 73 (over 70.5)

NL West
1. LAD 97 (over 94)
2. SFG 87
3. Arizona 77
4. Colorado 75 (under 80)
5. SD 68

SFG at NYM
WC Winner (SFG) at LAD
Washington at Chicago
Chicago at LAD

NL Champs - Los Angeles





Top 100 Giants of All Time

Sunday, March 5, 2017

By the best WAR metric (B-Ref+Davenport) these are the Top 100 Giants (NY and SF) through the 2016 season.

Forever Giants
1. Willie Mays CF 148.15 (1951-72) 
2. Barry Bonds LF 117.9 (1993-07)
3. Mel Ott RF 105.85 (1926-47, full career as a Giant - Pureblood Giant)
4. Christy Mathewson SP 99.8 (1900-16)
5. Carl Hubbell SP 69.3 (1928-43, Pureblood Giant)
6. Willie McCovey 1B 61.05 (1959-73, 77-80)
7. Amos Rusie P 60.25 (1890-98)
8. Juan Marichal SP 60.05 (1960-73)
9. Roger Connor 1B 56.85 (1883-89, 91, 93-4)
10. Bill Terry 1B 49.2 (1923-36, Pureblood Giant)

11. Art Fletcher SS 44.5 (1909-20)
12. Travis Jackson SS 43.45 (1922-36, Pureblood Giant)
13. Mike Tiernan RF 43.2 (1887-99, Pureblood Giant)
14. George Davis SS 42.3 (1893-01, 03)
15. Buck Ewing C 40.95 (1883-89, 91-2)
16. Mickey Welch P 40.85 (1883-92, only a Giant during life of the Giants)
17. Will Clark 1B 39.75 (1986-93)
18. Buster Posey C 37.3 (2009-)
19. Bobby Bonds RF 36.1 (1968-74)
20. Frankie Frisch 2B 35.6 (1919-26)


21. Jeff Kent 2B 35.35 (1997-02)
22. Gaylord Perry SP 34.85 (1962-71)
23. Larry Doyle 2B 34.8 (1907-16, 18-20)
24. Art Devlin 3B 34.4 (1904-11)
25. Hal Schumacher SP 34.1 (1931-46, Pureblood Giant)
26. Johnny Antonelli SP 33.65 (1954-60) 
27. Orlando Cepeda LF 33.3 (1958-66)
28. George Burns LF 33.25 (1911-21)
29. Matt Cain SP 33.05 (2005-)
30. Matt Williams 3B 32.7 (1987-96)

31. Robby Thompson 2B 32 (1986-96, Pureblood Giant)
32. Madison Bumgarner SP 31.95 (2009-)
33. Johnny Mize 1B 29.7 (1942, 46-9)
34. Jack Clark RF 28.95 (1975-84)
35. Joe McGinnity P 28.9 (1902-08)
36. Dick Bartell SS 28.6 (1935-8, 41-6)
37. Hooks Wiltse P 28.55 (1904-14) 
38. Tim Keefe P 28.15 (1885-89, 91) 
39. Jim Barr P 27.9 (1971-8, 82-3)
40. Ross Youngs RF 27.9 (1917-26, Pureblood Giant)

41. Freddie Fitzsimmons P 26.9 (1925-37)
42. Roger Bresnahan C 26.1 (1902-08)
43. Alvin Dark SS 25.4 (1950-56) 
44. Chris Speier SS 24.65 (1971-77, 87-9)
45. Gary Lavelle RP 24.15 (1974-84)
46. Jouett Meekin P 24.2 (1894-99)
47. Hank Thompson 3B 24.05 (1949-56)
48. Jeff Tesreau SP 23.9 (1912-18, Pureblood Giant)
49. Sal Maglie P 23.5 (1945-55)
50. High Pockets Kelly 1B 23.3 (1915-17, 19-26)

51. Jim Ray Hart 3B 23.15 (1963-73)
52. Larry  Jansen SP 23 (1947-54)
53. Tim Lincecum SP 22.95 (2007-15)
54. Pablo Sandoval 3B 22.95 (2008-14)
55. George Van Haltren CF 22.75 (1894-03)
56. Jason Schmidt SP 22.6 (2001-06)
57. Bobby Thomson CF 22.1 (1946-53, 57)
58. Freddie Lindstrom 3B 22.05 (1924-32) 
59. Cy Seymour CF/P 21.9 (1896-00, 06-10)
60. Darrell Evans 3B 21.65 (1976-83)

61. Kevin Mitchell LF 21.5 (1987-91)
62. Chief Meyers C 20.9 (1909-15)
63. Harry Danning C 19.85 (1933-42, Pureblood Giant)
64. Monte Ward SS 19.65 (1883-89, 93-4)
65. Tom Haller C 18.7 (1961-67)
66. Robb Nen RP 18.65 (1998-02)
67. Brandon Belt 1B 18.45 (2011-)
68. Brandon Crawford SS 18.2 (2011-) 
69. Mike McCormick SP 17.35 (1956-62, 67-70) 
70. Cliff Melton SP 17.15 (1937-44, Pureblood Giant)

71. Chili Davis CF 17.05 (1981-87)
72. Rich Aurilia SS 17 (1995-03, 07-09)
73. Monte Irvin LF 17 (1949-55)
74. John Montefusco SP 16.8 (1974-80)
75. Greg Minton RP 16.75 (1975-87)
76. Jim O’Rourke OF 16.75 (1885-89, 91-2, 04)
77. Vida Blue SP 16.55 (1978-81, 85-6)
78. Ruben Gomez SP 16.35 (1953-58)
79. Bob Brenly C 16 (1981-89)
80. Sid Gordon 3B/LF 15.95 (1941-3, 46-9, 55)

81. Jo-Jo Moore LF 15.95 (1930-41) Pureblood Giant
82. Brett Butler CF 15.9 (1988-90)
83. Bobby Bolin RP 15.4 (1961-69)
84. Rube Marquard SP 15.35 (1908-15) 
85. Dan McGann 1B 14.85 (1902-07) 
86. Willard Marshall RF 14.8 (1942-49)
87. Dave Koslo SP 14.75 (1941-53)
88. Danny Richardson 2B 14.75 (1884-89, 91)
89. Red Ames SP 14.6 (1903-13)
90. Jack Sanford SP 14.4 (1959-65)

91. Whitey Lockman LF 14.2  (1945-56, 57-8)
92. Randy Winn CF 14.1 (2005-09)
93. Dummy Taylor SP 14.05 (1900-02, 03-08)
94. Jimmy Davenport 3B 13.9 (1958-70, Pureblood Giant)
95. Santiago Casilla RP 13.75 (2010-16)
96. Stu Miller RP 13.7 (1957-62)
97. Felipe Alou RF 13.6 (1958-63)
98. Fred Merkle 1B 13.5 (1907-16)
99. Hunter Pence RF 13.4 (2012-)
100. Kirk Rueter SP 13.35 (1996-05)

Last Out...
101. Wes Westrum C 13.35 (1947-57, Pureblood Giant)
102. Eddie Stanky SS 13.35 (1950-51)
103. Al Bridwell SS 13.05 (1908-11)
104. Russ Ortiz P 12.85 (1998-02, 07)
105 Art Nehf P 12.5 (1919-26)

Top 50 San Francisco Giants of All Time

Saturday, March 4, 2017

By the best WAR metric (B-Ref+Davenport) these are the Top 50 Giants (SF only) through the 2016 season.

1. Barry Bonds LF 117.9 (1993-07)
2. Willie Mays 108.45 1958-72
3. Willie McCovey 1B 61.05 (1959-73, 77-80)
4. Juan Marichal SP 60.05 (1960-73)
5. Will Clark 1B 39.75 (1986-93)
6. Buster Posey C 37.3 (2009-)
7. Bobby Bonds RF 36.1 (1968-74)
8. Jeff Kent 2B 35.35 (1997-02)
9. Gaylord Perry SP 34.85 (1962-71)
10. Orlando Cepeda LF 33.3 (1958-66)
11. Matt Cain SP 33.05 (2005-)
12. Matt Williams 3B 32.7 (1987-96)
13. Robby Thompson 2B 32 (1986-96, Pureblood Giant, Giant for full career)
14. Madison Bumgarner SP 31.95 (2009-)
15. Jack Clark RF 28.95 (1975-84)
16. Jim Barr P 27.9 (1971-8, 82-3)
17. Chris Speier SS 24.65 (1971-77, 87-9)
18. Gary Lavelle RP 24.15 (1974-84)
19. Jim Ray Hart 3B 23.15 (1963-73)
20. Tim Lincecum SP 22.95 (2007-15)
21. Pablo Sandoval 3B 22.95 (2008-14)
22. Jason Schmidt SP 22.6 (2001-06)
23. Darrell Evans 3B 21.65 (1976-83)
24. Kevin Mitchell LF 21.5 (1987-91)
25. Tom Haller C 18.7 (1961-67)
26. Robb Nen RP 18.65 (1998-02)
27. Brandon Belt 1B 18.45 (2011-)
28. Brandon Crawford SS 18.2 (2011-) 
29. Mike McCormick SP 17.35 (1956-62, 67-70) 
30. Chili Davis CF 17.05 (1981-87)
31. Rich Aurilia SS 17 (1995-03, 07-09)
32. John Montefusco SP 16.8 (1974-80)
33. Greg Minton RP 16.75 (1975-87)
34. Vida Blue SP 16.55 (1978-81, 85-6)
35. Bob Brenly C 16 (1981-89)
36. Brett Butler CF 15.9 (1988-90)
37. Bobby Bolin RP 15.4 (1961-69)
38. Jack Sanford SP 14.4 (1959-65)
39. Randy Winn CF 14.1 (2005-09)
40. Jimmy Davenport 3B 13.9 (1958-70, Pureblood Giant)
41. Santiago Casilla RP 13.75 (2010-16)
42 Felipe Alou RF 13.6 (1958-63)
43. Hunter Pence RF 13.4 (2012-)
44. Kirk Rueter SP 13.35 (1996-05)
45. Russ Ortiz P 12.85 (1998-02, 07)
46. Scott Garrelts SP 12.4 (1982-91, Pureblood Giant)
47. Ed Halicki P 12.3 (1974-80)
48. Ray Durham 2B 12.2 (2003-8)
49. Bill Swift SP 12.1 (1992-4)
50. Rod Beck RP 11.8 (1991-7)





Top 50 NY (Baseball) Giants of all Time

Friday, March 3, 2017

By the best WAR metric (B-Ref+Davenport) these are the Top 50 Giants (NY baseball) of all time.

1. Mel Ott RF 105.85 (1926-47, full career as a Giant - Pureblood Giant)
2. Christy Mathewson SP 99.8 (1900-16)
3. Carl Hubbell SP 69.3 (1928-43, Pureblood Giant)
4. Amos Rusie P 60.25 (1890-98)
5. Roger Connor 1B 56.85 (1883-89, 91, 93-4)
6. Bill Terry 1B 49.2 (1923-36, Pureblood Giant)
7. Art Fletcher SS 44.5 (1909-20)
8. Travis Jackson SS 43.45 (1922-36, Pureblood Giant)
9. Mike Tiernan RF 43.2 (1887-99, Pureblood Giant)
10. George Davis SS 42.3 (1893-01, 03)

11. Buck Ewing C 40.95 (1883-89, 91-2)
12. Mickey Welch P 40.85 (1883-92, only a Giant during life of the Giants)
13. Willie Mays CF 39.7 (1951-57) 
14. Frankie Frisch 2B 35.6 (1919-26)
15. Larry Doyle 2B 34.8 (1907-16, 18-20)
16. Art Devlin 3B 34.4 (1904-11)
17. Hal Schumacher SP 34.1 (1931-46, Pureblood Giant)
18. Johnny Antonelli SP 22.65 (1954-57) 
19. George Burns LF 33.25 (1911-21)
20. Johnny Mize 1B 29.7 (1942, 46-9)

21. Joe McGinnity P 28.9 (1902-08)
22. Dick Bartell SS 28.6 (1935-8, 41-6)
23. Hooks Wiltse P 28.55 (1904-14) 
24. Tim Keefe P 28.15 (1885-89, 91) 
25. Ross Youngs RF 27.9 (1917-26, Pureblood Giant)
26. Freddie Fitzsimmons P 26.9 (1925-37)
27. Roger Bresnahan C 26.1 (1902-08)
28. Alvin Dark SS 25.4 (1950-56) 
29. Jouett Meekin P 24.2 (1894-99)
30. Hank Thompson 3B 24.05 (1949-56)

31. Jeff Tesreau SP 23.9 (1912-18, Pureblood Giant)
32. Sal Maglie P 23.5 (1945-55)
33. High Pockets Kelly 1B 23.3 (1915-17, 19-26)
34. Larry  Jansen SP 23 (1947-54)
35. George Van Haltren CF 22.75 (1894-03)
36. Bobby Thomson CF 22.1 (1946-53, 57)
37. Freddie Lindstrom 3B 22.05 (1924-32) 
38. Cy Seymour CF/P 21.9 (1896-00, 06-10)
39. Chief Meyers C 20.9 (1909-15)
40. Harry Danning C 19.85 (1933-42, Pureblood Giant)

41. Monte Ward SS 19.65 (1883-89, 93-4)
42. Cliff Melton SP 17.15 (1937-44, Pureblood Giant)
43. Monte Irvin LF 17 (1949-55)
46. Jim O’Rourke OF 16.75 (1885-89, 91-2, 04)
45. Sid Gordon 3B/LF 15.95 (1941-3, 46-9, 55)
46. Jo-Jo Moore LF 15.95 (1930-41) Pureblood Giant
47. Rube Marquard SP 15.35 (1908-15) 
48Ruben Gomez SP 15.1 (1953-57)
49. Dan McGann 1B 14.85 (1902-07) 
50. Willard Marshall RF 14.8 (1942-49)

2017 MLB Top 100

Thursday, March 2, 2017

MLB Network's Top 100 projection for the 2017 season is first, mine second.  I'll do a second pass just before the season.

MLB Network
1. M.Trout LAA
2. C.Kershaw LAD
3. J.Donaldson Tor
4. K.Bryant Chi
5. J.Altuve Hou
6. M.Cabrera Det
7. M.Machado Bal
8. M.Betts Bos
9. B.Harper Wash
10. J.Votto Cin
11. C.Seager LAD
12. N.Arenado Col
13. P.Goldschmidt Ari
14. M.Scherzer Wash
15. R.Cano Sea
16. A.Rizzo Chi
17. B.Posey SFG
18. F.Freeman Atl
19. F.Lindor Cle
20. C.Correa Hou
21. Y.Cespedes NYM
22. G.Stanton Mia
23. M.Bumgarner SFG
24. N.Syndergaard NYM
25. C.Kluber Cle
26. E.Encarnacion Cle
27. A.Beltre Tex
28. J.Arrieta Chi
29. J.Lester Chi
30. C.Sale Bos
31. D.Murphy Wash
32. R.Braun Mil
33. S.Marte Pit
34. N.Cruz Sea
35. B.Dozier Min
36. C.Blackmon Col
37. K.Seager Sea
38. A.Miller Cle
39. Z.Britton Balt
40. C.Yelich Mia
41. G.Springer Hou
42. B.Crawford SFG
43. J.Verlander Det
44. X.Bogaerts Bos
45. T.Turner Wash
46. AJ Pollock Ari
47. J.Cueto SFG
48. J.DeGrom NYM
49. I.Kinsler Det
50. D.Price Bos
51. JD Martinez Det
52. A.Chapman NYY
53. J.Lucroy Mil
54. A.McCutchen Pit
55. D.Pedroia Bos
56. J.Turner LAD
57. E.Longoria TB
58. M.Carpenter StL
59. K.Hendricks Chi
60. C.Gonzalez Col
61. A.Eaton Wash
62. D.Fowler StL
63. DJ LeMahieu Col
64. Z.Greinke Ari
65. K.Jansen LAD
66. J.Abreu CWS
67. S.Strasburg Wash
68. M.Tanaka NYY
69. B.Zobrist Chi
70. B.Belt SFG
71. K.Davis Oak
72. K.Schwarber Chi
73. J.Bradley Bos
74. M.Brantley Cle
75. C.Carrasco Cle
76. J.Kipnis Cle
77. J.Quintana CWS
78. A.Sanchez Tor
79. H.Ramirez Bos
80. G.Sanchez NYY
81. M.Melancon SFG
82. D.Betances NYY
83. C.Davis Balt
84. J.Upton Det
85. W.Davis Chi
86. C.Martinez StL
87. A.Russell Chi
88. T.Tulowitzki Tor
89. T.Story Col
90. Y.Grandal LAD
91. A.Gonzalez LAD
92. L.Cain KC
93. C.Santana Cle
94. A.Rendon Wash
95. R.Porcello Bos
96. C.Hamels Tex
97. Y.Molina StL
98. S.Perez KC
99. W.Ramos Tor
100. Y.Darvish Tex

Jividen
1. M.Trout LAA 8.05
2. K.Bryant Chi 6.35
3. B.Posey SFG 6.25
4. C.Kershaw LAD 5.9
5. M.Machado Balt 5.85
6. K.Seager Sea 5.75
7. P.Goldschmidt Ari 5.45
8. J.Donaldson Tor 5.45
9. C.Correa Hou 5.3
10. R.Cano Sea 5.15
11. M.Cabrera Det 5.1
12. J.Votto Cin 5.05
13. B.Harper Wash 5
14. A.Rizzo Chi 5
15. M.Betts Bos 4.95
16. G.Springer Hou 4.9
17. T.Turner Wash 4.9
18. N.Arenado Col 4.85
19. G.Stanton Mia 4.8
20. J.Altuve Hou 4.8
21. C.Seager LAD 4.7
22. F.Freeman Atl 4.4
23. K.Kiermaier TB 4.35
24. N.Syndergaard NYM 4.35
25. M.Scherzer Wash 4.25
26. Y.Cespedes NYM 4.25
27. C.Archer TB 4.2
28. Y.Grandal LAD 4.2
29. F.Lindor Cle 4.15
30. C.Kluber Cle 4.15
31. A.McCutchen Pit 4
32. J.Arrieta Chi 3.95
33. C.Sale Bos 3.95
34. J.Verlander Det 3.85
35. C.Yelich Mia 3.75
36. D.Keuchel Hou 3.75
37. R.Odor Tex 3.75
38. J.Turner LAD 3.75
39. J.Abreu CWS 3.7
40. J.Lucroy Tex 3.65
41. A.Eaton Wash 3.65
42. I.Kinsler Det 3.6
43. M.Sano Min 3.6
44. M.Bumgarner SFG 3.55
45. B.Belt SFG 3.55
46. K.Schwarber Chi 3.55
47. E.Encarnacion Cle 3.5
48. J.Segura Sea 3.5
49. J.Lester Chi 3.45
50. S.Strasburg Wash 3.45

51. A.Benintendi Bos 3.4
52. J.Quintana CWS 3.4
53. J.deGrom NYM 3.4
54. F.Hernandez Sea 3.4
55. E.Inciarte Atl 3.4
56. N.Cruz Sea 3.35
57. E.Longoria TB 3.35
58. M.Pineda NYY 3.35
59. T.Tulowitzki Tor 3.3
60. R.Martin Tor 3.3
61. J.Bautista Tor 3.25
62. G.Sanchez NYY 3.25
63. Y.Puig LAD 3.2
64. Z.Britton Balt 3.2
65. A.Bregman Hou 3.2
66. J,Kipnis Cle 3.15
67. J.Cueto SFG 3.1
68. A.Beltre Tex 3.1
69. A.Russell Chi 3.05
70. D.Pedroia Bos 3.05
71. M.Semien Oak 3.05
72. K.Davis Oak 3.05
73. C.Carrasco Cle 3.05
74. L.Cain KC 3
75. J.Heyward Chi 2.95
76. B.Dozier Min 2.95
77. C.McHugh Hou 2.95
78. M.Brantley Cle 2.95
79. D.Swanson Atl 2.95
80. M.Shoemaker LAA 2.95
81. D.Murphy Wash 2.95
82. J.Upton Det 2.95
83. AJ Pollock Ari 2.9
84. G.Richards LAA 2.9
85. D.Price Bos 2.9
86. N.Walker NYM 2.9
87. B.Miller TB 2.9
88. C.Santana Cle 2.85
89. A.Rendon Wash 2.8
90. S.Matz NYM 2.8
91. M.Tanaka NYY 2.75
92. R.Braun Mil 2.75
93. K.Maeda LAD 2.75
94. B.Crawford SFG 2.75
95. J.Lamb Ari 2.75
96. D.Murphy Wash 2.7
97. DJ LaMahieu Col 2.7
98. B.Zobrist Chi 2.7
99. J.Panik SFG 2.7
100. D.Betances NYY

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