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View Poll Results: Who Wins a 7 Game Series?

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  • Waikiki

    15 48.39%
  • Portland

    15 48.39%
  • GM's

    1 3.23%
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  1. #1
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    MLB ReDraft World Series: #1 Waikiki Don Vitto's vs. #1 Portland Patriotic Eggs

    Hello PSD MLB Forum, the MLB Redraft was a snake style draft where members try to assemble the best team possible. We have our #1 Seed Waikiki Don Vitto's vs. #1 Seed Portland Patriotic Eggs. Please vote on who you would think would win a 7 game playoff series in a 2-3-2 format with Waikiki having homefield advantage via having more votes in the Championship Series.



    Waikiki Don Vito's

    Globe Life Park in Arlington



    Salary Cap: $151,000,000
    Cap Used: $147,870,924
    Cap Space: $3,129,076

    (All stats are from 2015 unless otherwise noted)


    Starting Rotation

    1. Chris Sale
    208.2 IP | 3.41 ERA | 2.73 FIP | 2.60 xFIP | 1.09 WHIP | 11.82 K/9 | 6.2 fWAR

    2. Chris Archer
    212.0 IP | 3.23 ERA | 2.90 FIP | 3.01 xFIP | 1.14 WHIP | 10.70 K/9 | 5.3 fWAR

    3. Justin Verlander
    133.1 IP | 3.38 ERA | 3.49 FIP | 4.15 xFIP | 1.09 WHIP | 7.63 K/9 | 2.8 fWAR
    103.0 IP | 2.80 ERA | 2.82 FIP | 3.79 xFIP | 1.00 WHIP | 8.30 K/9 (2nd Half)

    4. Jaime Garcia
    129.2 IP | 2.43 ERA | 3.00 FIP | 3.36 xFIP | 1.05 WHIP | 61.2% GB% | 2.8 fWAR

    5. Mike Leake
    192.0 IP | 3.70 ERA | 4.20 FIP | 3.93 xFIP | 1.16 WHIP | 51.8% GB% | 1.7 fWAR

    Lineup

    1. Mookie Betts
    .291 AVG | .341 OBP | .479 SLG | .351 wOBA | 119 wRC+ | 4.8 fWAR

    2. Ben Zobrist
    .276 AVG | .359 OBP | .450 SLG | .349 wOBA | 123 wRC+ | 2.1 fWAR (126 G)

    3. David Ortiz
    .273 AVG | .360 OBP | .553 SLG | .379 wOBA | 138 wRC+ | 2.8 fWAR

    4. Matt Holliday
    .279 AVG | .394 OBP | .410 SLG | .351 wOBA | 124 wRC+ | 0.9 fWAR (73 G)

    5. Brandon Belt
    .280 AVG | .356 OBP | .478 SLG | .359 wOBA | 135 wRC+ | 4.3 fWAR

    6. Curtis Granderson
    .259 AVG | .364 OBP | .457 SLG | .357 wOBA | 132 wRC+ | 5.1 fWAR

    7. Travis d'Arnaud
    .268 AVG | .340 OBP | .485 SLG | .355 wOBA | 131 wRC+ | 2.3 fWAR (67 G)

    8. Matt Duffy
    .295 AVG | .334 OBP | .428 SLG | .331 wOBA | 116 wRC+ | 4.9 fWAR

    9. Alcides Escobar
    .257 AVG | .293 OBP | .320 SLG | .271 wOBA | 67 wRC+ | 1.5 fWAR

    Defensive Alignment
    (Career Stats)

    C Travis d'Arnaud
    1B Brandon Belt 6.1 UZR/150
    2B Ben Zobrist 8.2 UZR/150
    3B Matt Duffy 13.4 UZR/150
    SS Alcides Escobar 2.9 UZR/150
    LF Matt Holliday 0.0 UZR/150
    CF Mookie Betts 1.4 UZR/150
    RF Curtis Granderson 0.9 UZR/150

    Bullpen

    CL: Ryan Madson
    63.1 IP | 2.13 ERA | 3.09 FIP | 3.32 xFIP | 8.24 K/9 | .203 BAA

    RHSU: Pedro Strop
    68.0 IP | 2.91 ERA | 3.16 FIP | 3.16 xFIP | 10.72 K/9 | .165 BAA

    LHSU: Will Smith
    63.1 IP | 2.70 ERA | 2.47 FIP | 2.75 xFIP | 12.93 K/9 | .218 BAA

    MR: Brad Ziegler
    68.0 IP | 1.85 ERA | 3.44 FIP | 3.48 xFIP | 72.8% GB% | .196 BAA

    MR: Joaquin Benoit
    65.1 IP | 2.34 ERA | 3.75 FIP | 3.69 xFIP | 8.68 K/9 | .157 BAA

    LOOGY: Tommy Layne
    2015 vs LHP - 2.46 FIP | 3.23 xFIP | 9.11 K/9 | .144 BAA
    Career vs LHP - 2.68 FIP | 3.22 xFIP | 9.21 K/9 | .156 BAA

    LR: Eduardo Rodriguez
    MLB - 121.2 IP | 3.85 ERA | 3.92 FIP | 4.05 xFIP
    AAA - 48.1 IP | 2.98 ERA | 2.31 FIP | 8.19 K/9

    Bench

    C: A.J. Ellis
    .238 AVG | .355 OBP | .403 SLG | .336 wOBA | 116 wRC+ | 1.4 fWAR

    INF: Danny Espinosa
    .240 AVG | .311 OBP | .409 SLG | .310 wOBA | 94 wRC+ | 2.3 fWAR

    OF: Tommy Pham
    .268 AVG | .347 OBP | .477 SLG | .352 wOBA | 125 wRC+ | 1.5 fWAR

    UTIL: Enrique Hernandez
    .307 AVG | .346 OBP | .490 SLG | .359 wOBA | 132 wRC+ | 1.7 fWAR


    VS.



    Portland Patriotic Eggs



    Salary used: $122.13m
    Salary Remaining: $7.87m
    Park Factors: Dodger Stadium


    Lineup (2015 stats)
    1. Adam Eaton - .287/.361/.431 and .346 wOBA
    2. Freddie Freeman - .276/.370/.471 and .364 wOBA
    3. Giancarlo Stanton - .265/.346/.606 and .394 wOBA
    4. Ryan Braun - .285/.356/.498 and .366 wOBA
    5a. Corey Dickerson .315/.343/.595 and .398 wOBA (DH vs RHP, these stats are vs RHP)
    5b. Colby Rasmus .252/.364/.471 and .365 wOBA (DH vs LHP, these stats are vs LHP)
    6. Evan Longoria - .270/.328/.435 and .327 wOBA
    7. Daniel Murphy - .281/.322/.449 and .325 wOBA
    8. Matt Wieters - .267/.319/.422 and .321 wOBA
    9. Starlin Castro - .265/.296/.375 and .288 wOBA

    Bench

    INF - Freddy Galvis
    C Martin Maldonado
    OF Byron Buxton
    Of Colby Rasmus


    Rotation (2015 stats):
    1. Gerrit Cole - 2.60ERA/2.66FIP, 8.74 K/9, 4.59 K/BB, 1.09 WHIP
    2. Stephen Strasburg - 3.46ERA/2.81FIP, 10.96 K/9, 5.96 K/BB, 1.11 WHIP
    3. Jake Odorizzi - 3.35ERA/3.61FIP, 7.97 K/9, 3.26 K/BB, 1.15 WHIP
    4. Taijuan Walker - 4.56ERA/4.07FIP, 8.33 K/9, 3.93 K/BB, 1.20 WHIP
    5. Chase Anderson - 4.30ERA/4.14FIP, 6.54 K/9, 2.78 K/BB, 1.30 WHIP

    Bullpen:
    Closer: Carter Capps - 1.16ERA/1.10FIP, 16.84 K/9, 8.29 K/BB, 0.81 WHIP
    Setup: Jake McGee - 2.41ERA/2.33FIP, 11.57 K/9, 6.00 K/BB, 0.94 WHIP
    7th Inning/Mid: Brad Boxberger - 3.71ERA/4.26FIP, 10.57 K/9, 2.31 K/BB, 1.37 WHIP
    Mid: Drew Pomeranz - 3.66ERA/3.62FIP, 8.58 K/9, 2.65 K/BB, 1.19 WHIP
    Mid: Tom Wilhelmsen - 3.19ERA/3.33FIP, 8.71 K/9, 2.07 K/BB, 1.37 WHIP
    Longman: Chi Chi Gonzalez - 3.90ERA/4.97FIP, 4.03 K/9, .94 K/BB, 1.21 WHIP
    LOOGY: Dan Jennings - 3.99ERA/3.47FIP, 7.35 K/9, 1.92 K/BB, 1.40 WHIP

    Defense
    Infield Defense (career UZR/150):
    1B. Freddie Freeman - -1.3
    2B. Daniel Murphy - -6.3
    SS. Starlin Castro - -2.5
    3B. Evan Longoria - 14.6
    C. Matt Wieters

    Outfield Defense (career UZR/150)
    LF. Ryan Braun - -3.7
    CF. Adam Eaton - -9.8
    RF. Giancarlo Stanton - 4.8
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    Accidentally clicked on Waikiki instead of the GM's. Please fix that. Good luck to Portland.

    I think Waikiki has a very good and very deep lineup, as does Portland, but Waikiki easily has the much better pitching staff and that alone should be enough for them to win this series in which they have home field advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AI View Post
    Accidentally clicked on Waikiki instead of the GM's. Please fix that. Good luck to Portland.

    I think Waikiki has a very good and very deep lineup, as does Portland, but Waikiki easily has the much better pitching staff and that alone should be enough for them to win this series in which they have home field advantage.
    Deleted your vote.

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    Thanks. Now let's get some votes!!!

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    Portland by a smidge for me.

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    Portland by a lot for me.


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    Waikiki by a hair for me. I think the rotations are similar, but Waikiki has the better lineup in my mind

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    I like the Eggs

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    Coming down to the wire and it's still close. Who you got?

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    Both lineups are deep and dangerous, you could make an argument for either side. However, Waikiki is clearly better at everything else - pitching, defense, baserunning and bench.

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    This vote shouldn't count, user only has 1 post.

    http://forums.prosportsdaily.com/mem...290074-jaywNYY

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    I vote for Waikiki but I'm on tapatalk so I can't see the poll. Someone can add my vote if they wish.

    That said, I did a double take on Rasmus and his numbers last year vs LHP. I had to go and verify. What an anomaly as far as his career is concerned.

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    I vote Waikiki. Rotation is better and their offence is no slouch either.

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    So can I start DM'ing people to vote in the fashion AI has to get the results back the way they were prior to his doing so?


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    Quote Originally Posted by turnaround3 View Post
    So can I start DM'ing people to vote in the fashion AI has to get the results back the way they were prior to his doing so?
    Wtf? I VM'd people asking them to vote on the matchup. I didn't ask anyone to vote for me. Many of the people I VM'd voted for Portland which is cool because the sole purpose of it was for people to vote, regardless of which team they liked more. **** off with that crap.

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