Giants standing tall after another win

BgbFantasyIt’s BaseballGB fantasy roundup time again – slightly later this week. Thanks to Matt for pinch-blogging for me last week.

So how have the results affected the standings?
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
Orpington Isotopes 23 8 30 3 .262 .794 2 4 50 2 5.13 1.29 6
SWAT 23 2 13 6 .273 .712 5 4 46 0 4.06 1.34 4
 
My Isotopes caused a bit of an upset, defeating SWAT 6-4. Ryan Howard (3 HR, 7 RBIs) was the pick of my hitters while the bullpen helped make up for the lack of wins with a pair of holds. Miguel Cabrera’s injury didn’t help SWAT, while Matt Wieters is off to a slow start … so far.
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
Tribal Warfare 25 7 22 4 .261 .785 0 1 22 0 3.86 1.59 2
RussDev Giants 30 6 21 7 .303 .865 2 1 24 0 2.01 1.18 8
 
Russ took advantage of his matchup with cellar dwellers Tribal Warfare, coasting to an 8-2 win, thanks to the power of Prince Fielder and the power/speed duo of Carl Crawford and Mark Reynolds. Erik Bedard was the pick of the pitchers, although Russ will need to act now Grady Sizemore is on the DL.
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
The Wright Stuff 33 7 35 2 .286 .851 2 5 43 0 2.96 1.09 9
Braughing’s Bangers 22 3 25 5 .242 .670 2 1 34 0 4.50 1.53 1
 
Chris enjoyed a 9-1 win over the Bangers as his hitters took all six categories, led by Matt Holliday (7 runs, 2 HR, 9 RBIs). The Stuff’s bullpen had an excellent week, as Fuentes, Hoffman, Parnell and Downs combined for an ERA of 0.00 and collected five saves. Only Dan Haren’s bad luck stopped the Stuff taking wins as well.
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
Borders Bats 23 6 17 8 .261 .744 3 1 31 1 3.25 1.19 3
Rio Crande Typos 26 9 27 4 .263 .847 4 0 40 0 1.80 0.93 9
 
The Typos had an excellent week with a 9-3 win over the Bats. The red-hot Lyle Overbay was the star batter, while Roy Halladay (2 wins, 20 K, 2.00 ERA, 0.83 WHIP) was by far the best pitcher. The Bats had plenty of speed, and came very close to winning average and put up a very respectable ERA and WHIP.
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
Josh & Jonny Whos 32 11 29 3 .255 .854 4 2 45 1 2.68 1.17 6
stevenston angels 25 7 29 6 .262 .798 3 2 48 0 2.82 1.01 4
 
The matchup between the Whos and the Angels saw the pitchers put up close numbers across the board, with little separating any category. But JJ’s hitters, with good production up and down the lineup, gave him the edge in a 6-4 win.
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
Bonestalkers 31 8 31 7 .262 .791 3 0 34 0 1.94 1.15 8
The Cheddar Chasers 21 8 24 1 .222 .717 1 5 23 0 4.00 1.07 2
 
Solid all-round production from his batters saw Clive take an 8-2 win over The Chasers. The New York pair of Wright and Damon helped Bonestalkers take five of the six hitting categories, while the Chasers could only manage one win but picked up five saves. Bonestalkers have three players which can be put on the DL, and reinforcements could help them get further over .500.
 
 
R
HR
RBI
SB
AVG
OPS
W
SV
K
HLD
ERA
WHIP
Score
the gas 37 9 29 0 .270 .836 3 2 30 1 4.95 1.27 4
Syracuse Nationals 26 8 36 4 .298 .870 3 8 22 0 1.96 1.17 7
 
The Nationals picked up a 7-4 win over The Gas, despite being outscored and outhomered. They won the other hitting categories and some very impressive pitching – including eight saves from the bullpen, an ERA of 1.96 and a WHIP of 1.17 – sealed the victory.
 
The results leave Russ top of the table, four games ahead of The Wright Stuiff and SWAT.
The Whos are seven games back in fourth, closely followed by the Typos, Chasers, Bats, Nationals, Bonestalkers, Isotopes and Angels.
The Bangers and the Gas have work to do to climb the table, and it looks as though Tribal Warfare will be this year’s Washington if they don’t try to make changes.
 

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