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Baseball team and player performance examined realistically and accurately.

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Teams Portal, Projected Batter Stats

"The fitful tracing of a portal."
—Wallace Stevens


(If you are a first-time visitor here, you will profit if, before trying any of the pages below, you first visit our "Rookies" page, which explains crucial aspects of what we do, how, and why.)

Daily Team Batting "Expectations" Data:

The pages linked below show the projected stat lines (what might have been expected of them from their career stats, pro-rated for their same BFP-measured play time) for a team's pitchers; their actual stat lines are also shown, as well as team stats, both actual and projected.

Or choose another class of stat-line displays:

 · 2015 Stats
 · Career Stats
 · Projected Batting Stats


Click on a team name to see projected performance results for that team's pitchers.



=NL East=

 Braves | Marlins | Mets | Nationals | Phils 




=NL Central=

 Astros | Brewers | Cardinals | Cubs | Pirates | Reds 




=NL West=

 Diamondbacks | Dodgers | Giants | Padres | Rockies 






=AL East=

 Blue Jays | Devil Rays | Orioles | Red Sox | Yankees




=AL Central=

 Indians | Royals | Tigers | Twins | White Sox




=AL West=

 Angels | Athletics | Mariners | Rangers





↑ "Projected" Pitching Results ↑




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