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#201 jimbo92107

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Posted Yesterday, 11:00 PM

 

Just for laughs, I took Twins individual statistics through tonight's game and prorated them over the rest of the season.Here are their numbers:

 

PlayerR H2B3BHRRBI SB
Adrianza, E4768 50 9 31 0
Buxton, B 94129 497 21 89 23
Castro, J566114 0 19 45 0
Cron, C7514838 0 35 108 0
Cruz, N6110621 0 28 73 0
Garver, M6387 14 2 26 66 0
Gonzalez, M66141 26 0 23 61 2
Kepler, M 113150 38 0 42 103 2
Polanco, J 106211 52 12 23 87 5
Rosario, E113 160 21 2 45 122 5
Sano, M 38 42 16 0 14 28 0
Schoop, J80 131 35 0 28 77 2

See if I can help out that table a bit...

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Man, that was a hassle. Interesting numbers, tho.

 

 

Edited by jimbo92107, Yesterday, 11:04 PM.

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#202 ashbury

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Posted Today, 06:47 AM

 

Just for laughs, I took Twins individual statistics through tonight's game and prorated them over the rest of the season.Here are their numbers:

 

PlayerR H2B3BHRRBI SB
Adrianza, E4768 50 9 31 0
Buxton, B 94129 497 21 89 23
Castro, J566114 0 19 45 0
Cron, C7514838 0 35 108 0
Cruz, N6110621 0 28 73 0
Garver, M6387 14 2 26 66 0
Gonzalez, M66141 26 0 23 61 2
Kepler, M 113150 38 0 42 103 2
Polanco, J 106211 52 12 23 87 5
Rosario, E113 160 21 2 45 122 5
Sano, M 38 42 16 0 14 28 0
Schoop, J80 131 35 0 28 77 2

Too many double spaces in this. I couldn't figure out how to make it look right in this WYSIWYG editor, but here is a screen-shot of what I managed to see:

 

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And my reaction: 94 runs and 89 RBI from your #9 hitter? Over 100 RBI from your leadoff guy? 100+ runs and 100+ RBI from your catching duo?

 

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#203 dbminn

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Posted Today, 07:22 AM

My last post of fun numbers had the Twins 13.5 games ahead of last season's pace, with 7.6 additional wins coming from existing players who are now healthy or not stupid enough to get suspended for PEDs again.

 

Here's the change in fWAR for players that were with the Twins last season and are now gone versus the players who took their place. As of June 14:

 

2018

1B - Joe Mauer: 167 PA, .759 OPS, 0.7 WAR

2B - Brian Dozier: 288 PA, .699 OPS, 0.5 WAR

UT - Eduardo Escobar: 262 PA, .904 OPS, 2.0 WAR

DH - Logan Morrison: 228 PA, .632 OPS, -0.4 WAR

SP - Lance Lynn: 68.2 IP, 4.98 ERA, 0.8 WAR

TOTAL - 3.6 WAR

 

2019

1B - CJ Cron: 249 PA, .867 OPS, 1.1 WAR

2B - Jonathon Schoop: 235 PA, .784 OPS, 1.1 WAR

UT - Marwin Gonzalez: 239 PA, .746 OPS, 0.9 WAR

DH - Nelson Cruz: 181 PA, .940 OPS, 1.1 WAR

SP - Martin Perez: 70.1 IP, 3.97 ERA, 1.4 WAR

TOTAL - 5.6 WAR

 

Of the 13.5 win improvement between 2018 and 2019 as of June 14th, an extra 2.0 WAR came from personnel changes. Escobar was excellent last season (and again this year).

 

The prospects that were sent to the Twins in the Esco trade are doing well (Jhoan Duran and Gabriel Maciel). The same can be said for the Dozier trade (Raley and Smeltzer) and the Lynn deal (Jose Rijo).

 

* - Note: there were other players who played and are not on the current roster. I focused only on the significant changes. There's another list to come...

 

Edited by dbminn, Today, 07:38 AM.

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#204 terrydactyls1947

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Posted Today, 07:49 AM

See if I can help out that table a bit...
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Man, that was a hassle. Interesting numbers, tho.


Thanks. I tried several times to get it readable but without any luck (obviously).
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#205 jimbo92107

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Posted Today, 09:51 AM

 

Thanks. I tried several times to get it readable but without any luck (obviously).

I copied the table into Word, normalized a few things, made a table, then copy/pasted using the Paste from Word command, which sadly dropped the nice formatting I did for a simple grid. Oh, well. I wish there was an easier way to copy images to the forum. A screen grab can be all you need sometimes. 

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#206 dbminn

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Posted Today, 10:41 AM

I've looked at how the Twins have improved due to health and new players. Now, let's look at the change in fWAR for players who were in the lineup early last season. Again, the end date is June 14th.

 

2019

C - Mitch Garver: 126 PA, 1.096 OPS, 1.7 WAR

OF - Max Kepler: 270 PA, .887 OPS, 2.6 WAR

OF - Eddie Rosario: 274 PA, .821 OPS, 1.1 WAR

SP - Jose Berrios: 89.2 IP, 3.01 ERA, 2.2 WAR

SP - Jake Odorizzi: 70.1 IP, 1.92 ERA, 2.5 WAR

SP - Kyle Gibson: 75.1 IP, 3.70 ERA, 1.6 WAR

SP - Michael Pineda: 69.2 IP, 5.04 ERA, 0.6 WAR

TOTAL - Position Players 5.4 WAR; SP 6.9 WAR

 

2018

C - Mitch Garver: 132 PA, .664 OPS, -0.3 WAR

OF - Max Kepler: 256 PA, .737 OPS, 1.2 WAR

OF - Eddie Rosario: 274 PA, .898 OPS, 2.5 WAR

SP - Jose Berrios: 89.2 IP, 3.51 ERA, 2.1 WAR

SP - Jake Odorizzi: 73.0 IP, 1.92 ERA, 0.5 WAR

SP - Kyle Gibson: 75.2 IP, 3.45 ERA, 1.4 WAR

SP - Michael Pineda: 0.0 IP, 0.00 ERA, 0.0 WAR

TOTAL - Position Players 3.4 WAR; SP 4.0 WAR

 

Garver and Kepler have led an improved core of position players who were in the lineup in early 2018. Odo has led the SP's increased WAR. Total difference from 2018 to 2019: 4.9 WAR

 

In this series, the improvements are as follows (so far):

 

7.6 WAR - Return of 2018 Injured/Suspended Players

2.0 WAR - New Talent

4.9 WAR - Players who have Improved in 2019 and Played in 2018

13.5 WAR - TOTAL

 

This equates to the actual Twins improvement from 2018 to 2019. But we have three small areas remaining: Bullpen, Depth and "Luck"...

 

* - Note... I included Pineda in this group because his recovery in 2018 was planned. He could be moved to the Injured/Suspended group too.

Edited by dbminn, Today, 10:48 AM.


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Posted Today, 12:40 PM

 

I copied the table into Word, normalized a few things, made a table, then copy/pasted using the Paste from Word command, which sadly dropped the nice formatting I did for a simple grid. Oh, well. I wish there was an easier way to copy images to the forum. A screen grab can be all you need sometimes. 

We're in the process of a complete redesign and upgrade. One of the things on my list is to fix/update the RTE's awful formatting.

 

But we're still probably six months out from launch. It's a massive project.

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Posted Today, 03:24 PM

Speaking of impressive:
 

Today is Saturday, June 15 and it was the 69th game of the year.The Twins are now 43%of the way through the season.Out of 59 years, the current team ranks 28th on the all-time list of Twins' home runs in one season and are on a pace to hit 317 home runs this season.