Sunday, March 9, 2008

2008 Pirates Projections

C Ronny Paulino
.274 AVG, 15 HR, 62 RBI
1B Adam LaRoche
.276 AVG, 25 HR, 85 RBI
2B Freddy Sanchez
.294 AVG, 10 HR, 67 RBI
3B Jose Bautista
.247 AVG, 16 HR, 58 RBI
SS Jack Wilson
.269 AVG, 9 HR, 44 RBI
LF Jason Bay
.257 AVG, 27 HR, 89 RBI
CF Nyjer Morgan
.272 AVG, 0 HR, 38 RBI
RF Xavier Nady
.266 AVG, 18 HR, 62 RBI

SP Tom Gorzelanny
10-10 W-L, 4.18 ERA, 128 K
SP Ian Snell
12-9 W-L, 4.63 ERA, 162 K
SP Paul Maholm
8-14 W-L, 4.94 ERA, 112 K
SP Matt Morris
9-12 W-L, 5.01 ERA, 108 K
SP Zack Duke
8-11 W-L, 4.78 ERA, 99 K



Anonymous said...

this is not a good team...plain and simple.

nice work

Anonymous said...

How do you do your projections???

Anonymous said...

This is just terrible

Anonymous said...

...for the pirates

Eli said...

Yeah, i dont have the pirates looking too good this year. As for how I do them, some believe they are educated guesses. But I base previous stats, splits, the lineup they are in, stadium they are in, and several other factors that are calculated together. I also look at similar players, look at age, and factor in the "prime" years. I have a calculator next to me when I do it. For someone like Nyjer Morgon, I look at minor league numbers, and also compare how players do in the second year. It takes about 45 minutes in all.

Joshua said...

I think Bay will bounce back closer to what he has put up before last season (mostly his avg seems to low by 20-25 points to me). I don't think he is done yet.

Not very good numbers for Snell either but it could happen I suppose.

Anonymous said...

Why isn't Nate McClouth the starting CF?

Anonymous said...

How is Freddy Sanchez's batting average only .294? He was the batting champion in 2006, and in 2007 he batted over .300 even with the injury he had in the beginning of the year.