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  • Redwood Sons

    10 66.67%
  • Louisville Shattered Shin Sluggers

    3 20.00%
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    MLB ReDraft Playoffs: Redwood Sons vs. Louisville Shattered Shin Sluggers

    MLB ReDraft is a game where guys try to form the best 25 man roster based on a snake style draft. Over the past month teams have been built and these teams made the playoffs. Please vote on who you would think would win a 7 game series between the Redwood Sons vs. Louisville Shattered Shin Sluggers. The Sluggers have home field advantage in a 2-3-2 format.

    GM: CubbyBear2290
    GM: GatorJimmy


    Salary Cap: $94,000,000
    Salary Used: $92,859,000
    Salary Avail: $1,141,000


    Redwood Sons
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    Batting Order
    1.) Denard Span
    2.) Jason Kipnis
    3.) Ryan Braun
    4.) Prince Fielder
    5.) Wil Myers
    6.) Salvador Perez
    7.) Starlin Castro
    8.) Yonder Alonso
    9.) Juan Uribe

    Pitching Rotation
    1.) Chris Sale
    2.) Michael Wacha
    3.) A.J. Burnett
    4.) Jeremy Hellickson
    5.) Tyler Skaggs


    Bullpen
    LR: Josh Collmenter
    2013: ERA: 3.13 FIP: 3.47 xFIP: 4.06 ERA+: 122 K/9: 8.32 BB/9: 3.23
    MR: A.J. Ramos:
    2013: ERA: 3.15 FIP: 3.24 xFIP: 4.07 ERA+: 123 K/9: 9.68 BB/9: 4.84
    MR: Wilton Lopez
    2013: ERA: 4.06 FIP: 3.57 xFIP: 3.69 ERA+: 109 K/9: 5.73 BB/9: 2.15
    LOOGY: Darin Downs
    2013: ERA: 4.84 FIP: 3.53 xFIP: 3.53 ERA+: 88 K/9: 9.42 BB/9: 2.8
    SU: Justin Wilson
    2013: ERA: 2.08 FIP: 3.41 xFIP: 3.82 ERA+: 170 K/9: 7.21 BB/9: 3.42
    SU: Pedro Strop
    2013: ERA: 4.55 FIP: 3.55 xFIP: 3.30 ERA+: 90 K/9: 10.36 BB/9: 4.08
    CL: Joe Nathan
    2013: ERA: 1.39 FIP: 2.26 xFIP: 3.27 ERA+: 297 SVs: 43 SV%: 93.5%

    Stats - Pitching Rotation
    1.) Chris Sale
    2013 - IP: 214.1 SO: 226 WHIP: 1.07 ERA+: 140 xFIP: 2.9 K/9: 9.5 BB/9: 1.93 fWAR: 5.1 bWAR: 6.9
    '11-'13 (AVG) - IP: 159.03 SO: 165.7 WHIP: 1.107 ERA+: 145.3 xFIP: 3.06 K/9: 9.5 BB/9: 2.58 fWAR: 3.7 bWAR: 5.03

    2.) Michael Wacha
    2013 - IP: 64.2 SO: 65 WHIP: 1.098 ERA+: 131 xFIP: 3.36 K/9: 9.05 BB/9: 2.64 fWAR: 1.1 bWAR: 1.7
    '14 Projection (Steamer)- IP: 163 SO: 147 WHIP: 1.25 ERA: 3.74 xFIP: 3.36 K/9: 8.11 BB/9: 2.96 fWAR: 2.1

    3.) A.J. Burnett
    2013 - IP: 191 SO: 209 WHIP: 1.215 ERA+: 107 xFIP: 2.91 K/9: 9.8 BB/9: 3.2 fWAR: 4 bWAR:1.7
    '11-'13 (AVG) - IP: 194 SO: 187.3 WHIP: 1.297 ERA+: 99 xFIP: 3.39 K/9: 8.7 BB/9: 3.3 fWAR: 2.7 bWAR: 1.6


    4.) Jeremy Hellickson
    2013 - IP: 174 SO: 135 WHIP: 1.351 ERA+: 74 xFIP: 4.15 K/9: 6.98 BB/9: 2.59 fWAR: 1.4 bWAR: -.8
    '11-'13 (AVG) - IP: 179 SO: 125.3 WHIP: 1.253 ERA+: 109 xFIP: 4.44 K/9: 6.29 BB/9: 3.01 fWAR: 1.3 bWAR: 1.7

    5.) Tyler Skaggs
    2013 - IP: 38.2 SO: 36 WHIP: 1.371 ERA+: 75 xFIP: 3.95 K/9: 8.38 BB/9: 3.49 fWAR: .1 bWAR: -.3
    '14 Projection (Oliver) - IP: 151 SO: 133 WHIP: 1.34 ERA+: xFIP: 3.99 K/9: 7.92 BB/9: 3.21 fWAR: 1.8


    Stats - Hitters
    1B: Yonder Alonso
    2013 - AVG: .281 K%: 12.5% BB%: 8.5% H: 94 HR: 6 R: 34 OBP: .341 SLG: .368 OPS: 710 wOBA: .311 wRC+: 100 fWAR: .6 bWAR: 1.2.
    '11-'13 - AVG: .295 K%: 16.7% BB%: 9.6% H: 91 HR: 7 R: 30 OBP: .362 SLG: .435 OPS: .798 wOBA: .348 wRC+: 123 fWAR: .9 bWAR: 1

    2B: Jason Kipnis
    2013 - AVG: .284 K%: 21.7% BB%: 11.6% H: 160 HR: 17 R: 86 OBP: .366 SLG: .452 OPS: .818 wOBA: .375 wRC+: 130 fWAR: 4.5 bWAR: 5.9
    '11-'13 - AVG: .271 K%: 20.2% BB%: 9.6% H: 116 HR: 12.3 R: 65.3 OBP: .345 SLG: .446 OPS: .773 wOBA: .339 wRC+:117 fWAR: 2.8 bWAR: 3.7

    SS: Starlin Castro
    2013 - AVG: .245 K%: 18.3% BB%: 4.3% H: 163 HR: 10 R: 59 OBP: .284 SLG: .347 OPS: .631 wOBA: .280 wRC+: 70 fWAR: -.1 bWAR: -.6
    '11-'13 - AVG: .278 K%: 15.4% BB%: 4.8% H: 184 HR: 11 R: 76 OBP: .316 SLG: .403 OPS: .719 wOBA: .314 wRC+: 92 fWAR: 2.1 bWAR: 2.0

    3B: Juan Uribe
    2013 - AVG: .278 K%: 19 BB%: 7 H: 108 HR: 12 R: 47 OBP: .331 SLG: .438 OPS: .769 wOBA: .334 wRC+: 116 fWAR: 5.1 bWAR: 4.1
    '11-'13 - AVG: .237 K%: 20 BB%: 6.7 H: 65 HR: 6 R: 28 OBP: .295 SLG: .360 OPS: .654 wOBA: 83 wRC+: 75 fWAR: 1.9 bWAR: 1.2

    LF: Ryan Braun
    2013 -AVG: .298 K%: 22.1% BB%: 10.7% H: 67 HR: 9 R: 30 OBP: .372 SLG: .498 OPS: .869 wOBA: .370 wRC+: 135 fWAR: 1.7 bWAR: 2.0
    '11-'13 - AVG: .316 K%: 18.6% BB%: 9.7% H: 148.3 HR: 27.7 R: 82.3 OBP: .387 SLG: .563 OPS: .950 wOBA: .403 wRC+: 156 fWAR: 5.5 bWAR: 5.6

    CF: Denard Span
    2013 - AVG: .279 K%: 11.6 BB%: 6.3 H: 170 HR: 4 R: 75 OBP: .327 SLG: .380 OPS: .707 wOBA: .313 wRC+: 97 fWAR: 3.5 bWAR: 2.4
    '11-'13 - AVG: .275 K%: 11 BB%: 7.8 H: 130 HR: 3 R: 61 OBP: .332 SLG: .378 OPS: .711 wOBA: .317 wRC+: 98 fWAR: 2.7 bWAR: 3.3

    RF: Wil Myers
    2013 - AVG: .293 K%: 24.4% BB%: 8.8% H: 98 HR: 13 R: 50 OBP: .354 SLG: .478 OPS: .831 wOBA: .357 wRC+: 131 fWAR: 2.4 bWAR: 2.0
    '14 Projection (Oliver) - AVG: .264 K%: 26.7% BB%: 9% H: 142 HR: 25 R: 77 OBP: .333 SLG: .472 OPS: .805 wOBA: .348 wRC+: 124 fWAR: 3.2

    C: Salvador Perez
    2013 - AVG: .292 K%: 12% BB%: 4% H: 145 HR: 13 R: 48 OBP: .323 SLG: .433 OPS: .757 wOBA: .329 wRC+: 105 fWAR: 3.7 bWAR: 4.1
    '11-'13 - AVG: .301 K%: 11.1% BB%: 4% H: 93.7 HR: 9 R: 35.3 OBP: .331 SLG: .451 OPS: .782 wOBA: .338 wRC+: 111 fWAR: 2.5 bWAR: 2.9

    DH: Prince Fielder
    2013 - AVG: .279 K%: 16.4 BB%: 10.5 H: 174 HR: 25 R: 82 OBP: .362 SLG: .457 OPS: .819 wOBA: .358 wRC+: 125 fWAR: 2.2 bWAR: 1.7
    '11-'13 - AVG: .297 K%: 14.6 BB%: 14.6 H: 175 HR: 31 R: 87 OBP: .396 SLG: .467 OPS: .913 wOBA: .388 wRC+: 146 fWAR: 3.9 bWAR: 3.7

    Stats Bench
    UTIL: Kolten Wong
    2013 - AVG: .153 K%: 19.4% BB%: 4.8% H: 9 HR: 0 R: 6 OBP: .194 SLG: .169 OPS: .363 wOBA: .168 wRC+: -1 fWAR: -.3 bWAR: -.4
    '14 Projection (Oliver) - AVG: .265 K%: 16.5% BB%: 6.7% H: 146 HR: 9 R: 70 OBP: .318 SLG: .378 OPS: .696 wOBA: .307 wRC+: 96 fWAR: 3.0

    1B: Justin Smoak
    2013 - AVG: .238 K%: 22.8% BB%: 12.3% H: 108 HR: 20 R: 53 OBP: .334 SLG: .412 OPS: .746 wOBA: .331 wRC+: 109 fWAR: .4 bWAR: 1.1
    '11-'13 - AVG: .230 K%: 21.7% BB%: 10.3% H: 104 HR: 18 R: 47 OBP: .316 SLG: .391 OPS: 706 wOBA: .312 wRC+: 99 fWAR: .1 bWAR: .6

    OF: Oscar Taveras:
    '14 Projection (Oliver) - AVG: .292 K%: 15.8% BB%: 6% H: 162 HR: 18 R: 76 OBP: .338 SLG: .467 OPS: .805 wOBA: .347 wRC+: 124 fWAR: 3.0

    C: George Kottaras
    2013 - AVG: .180 K%: 33.3% BB%: 19% H: 18 HR: 5 R: 13 OBP: .349 SLG: .370 OPS: .719 wOBA: .324 wRC+: 102 fWAR: .7 bWAR: .6
    '11-'13 - AVG: .214 K%: 25.8% BB%: 14.9 H: 27 HR: 6 R: 16 OBP: .337 SLG: .415 OPS: .755 wOBA: .333 wRC+: 108 fWAR: .8 bWAR: .7

    Drafted
    1.) Chris Sale-$3,500,000
    2.) Ryan Braun-$10,000,000
    3.) Jason Kipnis-$509,000
    4.) Wil Myers-$500,000
    5.) Michael Wacha-$500,000
    5.) Salvador Perez-$1,500,000
    7.) Yoenis Cespedes-$10,500,000 (Traded)
    8.) Rick Porcello-$5,100,000 (Traded)
    10.) Xander Bogaerts-$500,000 (Traded)
    11.) Denard Span-$6,500,0000
    11.) Jeremy Hellickson-$503,000
    12.) Joe Nathan-$9,000,000
    14.) Juan Uribe-$7,000,000
    15.) Yonder Alonso-$1,112,000
    15.) Pedro Strop-$502,500
    17.) Kolten Wong-$500,000
    18.) Tyler Skaggs-$500,000
    19.) Justin Wilson-$493,500
    20.) Justin Smoak-$514,000
    21.) Oscar Taveras-$500,000
    21.) Wilton Lopez-$1,762,500
    22.) A.J. Ramos-$490,000
    23.) Darin Downs-$494,000
    24.) Josh Collmenter-$504,000
    25.) George Kottaras-$1,075,000

    Acquired Via Trade:
    A.J. Burnett ($16,500,000)
    Prince Fielder ($24,000,000)
    Starlin Castro ($5,000,000)


    Code:
    Trade #1
    Saskatchatoon Gets:
    6th (#123)
    9th (#206)
    Cash $12,000,000
    
    Redwood Gets:
    5th (#111)
    11th (#255)
    
    Trade #2
    Markham Receives:
    Rick Porcello ($5,100,000)
    Round 13 pick (#302)
    
    Salary Before:
    $78,390,000
    Salary After
    $66,990,000
    
    Redwood Receives;
    A.J. Burnett ($16,500,000)
    Round 14 pick (325)
    
    Salary Before:
    $31,009,000
    Salary After:
    $42,409,000
    
    Trade#3
    Redwood receives: 
    Prince Fielder (24 Million)
    Round 15 #354
    
    Long Island receives: 
    Yoenis Cespedes (10.5 Million)
    Round 14 Pick #325
    
    Trade #4
    Saskatchatoon Gets:
    Xander Bogaerts, SS ($500,000)
    16th (#371)
    
    Redwood Gets:
    Starlin Castro, SS ($5,000,000)
    Cash $6,000,000
    21st (#495)
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    Louisville Shattered Shin Sluggers
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    GM: 1-800-STFU
    Stadium: Chase Field

    Salary Cap: $92,000,000 (minus 8 via trade)
    Cap Used: $90,006,600

    Starting Rotation (2013 Stats)

    1. Stephen Strasburg: 3.00 ERA/3.15xFIP, 9.39 K/9, 1.05 whip
    2. Max Scherzer: 2.90 ERA/3.16xFIP, 10.08 K/9, 0.97 whip
    3. Ian Kennedy: 4.91 ERA/4.19 xFIP, 8.09 K/9, 1.40 whip
    4. Wei-Yin Chen: 4.07 ERA/4.14 xFIP, 6.83 K/9, 1.32 whip
    5. Tyler Chatwood: 3.15 ERA/4.00 xFIP, 5.34 K/9, 1.43 whip


    Lineup (2013 stats)

    1. Everth Cabrera (SS): .283/.355/.381, .329 wOBA, 113 wRC+, 37 SB, 3.1 WAR (in only 435 PAs)
    2. Starling Marte (LF): .280/.343/.441, .344 wOBA, 121 wRC+, 4.6 WAR
    3. Justin Upton (RF): .263/.354/.464, .357 wOBA, 129 wRC+, 3.2 WAR
    4. Carlos Santana (C): .268/.377/.455, .364 wOBA, 135 wRC+, 3.6 WAR.
    5. Adam Dunn (1B): .219/.320/.442, .331 wOBA, 105 wRC+, -0.2 WAR (As a DH, WAR would be higher as a 1B)
    6. Aaron Hill (2B): .291/.356/.462, .358 wOBA, 124 wRC+, 2.0 WAR (in only 365 PAs)
    7. Chris Carter (DH): .223/.320/.451, .337 wOBA, 113 wRC+, 0.4 WAR
    8. Chris Johnson (3B): .321/.358/.457, .354 wOBA, 127 wRC+, 2.8 WAR
    9. Ben Revere (CF): .305/.338/.348, .307 wOBA, 92 wRC+, 0.9 WAR

    Defense(career UZR/150)

    C: Carlos Santana: N/A
    1B: Adam Dunn: -12.6
    2B: Aaron Hill: 3.1
    3B: Chris Johnson: -14.5
    SS: Everth Cabrera: -7.1
    LF: Starling Marte: 23.6
    CF: Ben Revere: 2.7
    RF: Justin Upton: 1.5


    Bullpen(2013 stats)

    CL: Jim Johnson (R): 2.94 ERA/3.38 xFIP, 7.17 K/9, 2.30 BB/9, 1.28 whip
    SU: Jake McGee (L): 4.02 ERA/3.11 xFIP, 10.77 K/9, 3.16 BB/9, 1.18 whip
    SU: Jesse Crain (R): 0.74 ERA/2.94 xFIP, 11.29 K/9, 2.70 BB/9, 1.15 whip
    LOOGY: J.P Howell (L): 2.18 ERA/3.48 xFIP, 7.84 K/9, 3.34 BB/9, 1.05 whip (Substantially better against lefties)
    MR: Jonny Venters (L): 3.22 ERA/3.06 xFIP, 10.59 K/9, 4.30 BB/9, 1.52 whip (2012 stats, injured in 2013)
    MR: Dale Thayer (R): 3.32 ERA/3.55 xFIP, 8.86 K/9, 3.05 BB/9, 1.25 whip
    LR: Anthony Swarzak (R): 2.91 ERA/3.81 xFIP, 6.47 K/9, 2.06 BB/9, 1.16 whip

    Bench

    C: Hank Conger
    INF: Willie Bloomquist (2B/SS/CF/LF/RF) Conor Gillaspie (3B/1B)
    OF: Scott Van Skyle (LF/RF/1B)


    Round 1: Stephen Strasburg (3,900,000)
    Round 2: Max Scherzer (6,725,000)
    Round 3: Justin Upton (14,250,000)
    Round 4: Carlos Santana (3,500,000)
    Round 5: Starling Marte (500,000)
    Round 6: Aaron Hill (12,000,000)
    Round 7: Chris Carter (494,000)
    Round 8: Chris Johnson (2,287,500)
    Round 9: Everth Cabrera (1,275,000)
    Round 10: Adam Dunn (15,000,000)
    Round 11: Ian Kennedy (4,265,000)
    Round 12: Wei-Yin Chen (4,072,000)
    Round 13: Jim Johnson (6,500,000)
    Round 14: Ben Revere (515,000)
    Round 15: Jake McGee (506,200)
    Round 16: Dale Thayer (498,900)
    Round 17: J.P Howell (2,750,000)
    Round 18: Tyler Chatwood (480,000)
    Round 19: J.J Putz (3,150,000) -DROPPED- Jonny Venters (1,630,000) -PICKED UP-
    Round 20: Neftali Feliz (2,900,000) -DROPPED- Jesse Crain (4,500,000) -PICKED UP-
    Round 21: Scott Van Skyle (480,000)
    Round 22: Willie Bloomquist (2,800,000)
    Round 23: Anthony Swarzak (502,500)
    Round 24: Hank Conger (500,000)
    Round 25: Conor Gillaspie (490,500)

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    Love you STFU, but I have said from when playoff voting started that I thought Redwood was the best team in the redraft. Gotta go with them in a really good series between you guys.

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    I really liked the Stras/Scherzer combo but had to go with Redwood.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Twitchy View Post
    I really liked the Stras/Scherzer combo but had to go with Redwood.
    I agree. Tough 1-2 but sale and wacha can hold there's and 3-4 redwood is better. And the lineups outside of the leadoff hitter redwood is a lot stronger at every spot.

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    I dont get the love for their lineup outside of Kipnis and Braun. Wacha's production is competely unsustainable and Ian Kennedy has the same peripherals this year that he had when he was a solid #2/3 so he is going to bounce back but ah well, GG well played.
    Last edited by 1-800-STFU; 12-21-2013 at 05:45 PM.

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    I don't see it either STFU. I voted for you lol, they have a good team but I don't get this love.

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    Good Game STFU

    BULLS PLAYOFF PUSH 2014!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TO Rapz View Post
    I don't see it either STFU. I voted for you lol, they have a good team but I don't get this love.

    We don't have an easy out in our lineup and our top 3 arms are electric guys. Braun in my mind is still a top 10 hitter and will show it again and I have no doubt fielder hits better next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorJimmy View Post
    We don't have an easy out in our lineup and our top 3 arms are electric guys. Braun in my mind is still a top 10 hitter and will show it again and I have no doubt fielder hits better next year.
    You have built a good team, no denying that. I didn't use the fact that you guys beat us as something that influenced my vote and I won't let it influence me further. It's just my opinion in this matchup lol.

    Good luck buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TO Rapz View Post
    You have built a good team, no denying that. I didn't use the fact that you guys beat us as something that influenced my vote and I won't let it influence me further. It's just my opinion in this matchup lol.

    Good luck buddy.
    Ohh I'd never accuse you of that my man lol. I honestly thought we had a very tough league to begin with and had about 5 teams who could've won. The Heisenberg league to me just has 2 elite teams.
    And thanks buddy.

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    Congrats to Redwood

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