BGB Fantasy League 2015: Week Six

There were some outstanding pitching performances this week. Which managers saw the benefits of Kluber’s 18 strikeout game and Shelby Miller’s near no-hitter?
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
28
9
26
4
.235
.721
2
2
26
1
5.08
1.50
2
31
7
29
0
.281
.790
5
5
48
1
3.25
1.28
9
The Sox find themselves in first after defeating the RBIs 9-2. Goldschmidt, Hosmer and Cain helped take runs, RBIs and average, while the pitchers were a hold away from a sweep, as Lynn collected two wins and 16 strikeouts, Burnett on twice and Robertson and Perkins combined for five saves. A-Rod hit three homers for the RBIs, while Granderson went deep twice and was one of four players to swipe a base.
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
26
9
28
4
.284
.836
1
4
51
2
3.30
1.32
8
22
6
25
3
.222
.662
4
1
73
3
3.36
1.08
4
An offensive sweep saw the Riverkings defeat Jesmond 8-4. After a slow start Choo is heating up, belting three homers while Rizzo and Dozier went deep twice. Rosenthal, Britton and Smith took care of saves and holds. Four different Jesmond pitchers had double-digit strikeouts, including Carrasco who had 16 and Miller, whose near no-no made the difference in WHIP.
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
24
4
23
1
.287
.759
6
3
65
0
1.46
1.01
4
27
8
27
4
.310
.864
4
2
80
4
3.03
1.07
8
Iron Men found some form with an 8-4 win against the Maltsters. A productive week from the outfield of Carlos Gomez, JD Martinez and Marte helped an offensive sweep, while Kluber’s 18 strikeout game, joined with 15 from Ubaldo and 14 from Cole, saw the staff pile up 80 strikeouts. Scherzer and Paxton each won twice for Cheshunt, and joined Greinke and Bauer in taking ERA and WHIP. The 65 strikeouts the staff recorded would have easily been good enough to win in almost any other week. Peralta and Trumbo each went deep twice.
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
25
9
29
2
.276
.771
3
0
48
1
3.20
1.10
8
26
7
19
3
.265
.777
2
1
35
0
6.14
1.61
4
My Isotopes got back to winning ways against Bits & Bytes, although a 10-1 score became 8-4 on the final day. Sandoval batted under .100 but joined Beltre in hitting two homers while Adrian also knocked in seven and Ethier batted .429. Sale led the pitchers win a win and 11 strikeouts, while Lohse and Miguel Gonzalez did not allow an earned run in their starts. Belt found his power stroke for Bits & Bytes, hitting three homers, knocking in seven and scoring nine, while Carpenter returned after some time off with a couple of homers. Feliz managed the lone save.
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
18
4
19
2
.220
.582
4
3
56
3
3.60
1.47
5
29
10
29
6
.218
.727
0
7
37
0
4.06
1.22
7
The Knights came out on top in a hard-fought matchup against the Slugs, winning 7-5. There wasn’t much hitting for average, but the Knights were just .003 away from an offensive sweep. Edwin Encarnacion hit four homers, Justin Upton went deep twice and Danny Santana stole two bases. The pitchers went winless but racked up the saves with Chase Anderson and Happ helping take WHIP. Duda helped the Slugs take average while Lester won both his starts and struck out 13. Yimi Garcia had two holds.
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
33
11
37
4
.337
1.053
4
4
55
0
4.90
1.37
6
34
10
39
3
.295
.831
2
4
46
1
2.40
1.07
5
Norwich squeezed past the Chasers 6-5 in a very tight matchup. Another monster week from Bryce Harper (10 runs, three homers, nine RBIs, two steals, .522 average) helped Norwich take four offensive categories while new recruit Syndegaard had a win and 11 strikeouts. Stanton and Posey each knocked in seven for the Chasers, with Kinsler and Alcides Escobar both scoring six times. Quintana, Gray and Zimmermann helped take ERA and WHIP while Herrera had the lone hold.
Team
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
25
8
27
4
.250
.799
5
0
70
1
2.51
1.03
6
36
12
40
3
.346
1.036
3
5
41
0
5.51
1.29
6
Finally, Beck ‘Nams and Batteries Essential could not be separated, finishing 6-6. Kipnis scored eight runs for Batteries Essential, Miguel Cabrera hit four homers, Fielder hit three and the slugging pair each knocked in nine. Papelbon had three saves. Frazier gave Beck ‘Nams the edge in steals, while five different pitchers collected wins, including Arrietta, who struck out 17. Jake also joined Shoemaker, Anibal Sanchez and Hammel with an ERA of a little over 1.00.

Week seven matchups

Sox (1st) v Maltsters (13th)
Slugs (2nd) v Iron Men (10th)
Riverkings (3rd) v Batteries Essential (8th)
Beck ‘Nams (4th) v Bits & Bytes (14th)
Knights (5th) v Chasers (7th)
Jesmond (6th) v Norwich (12th)
RBIs (9th) v Isotopes (11th)

 

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