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2006 MLB Stat Leaders: Bank on It!

Postby Belle4Hall88 » Sun Feb 12, 2006 6:45 pm

My man projecting holds inspired me to projected the 06 MLB Leaders in all the important catoglorys. This list is going to be 100% accurate, so draft accordingly. :-)

AMERCIAN LEAGUE BATTING AVERAGE LEADERS:
1. Victor Martinez .335
2. Michael Young .334
3. Ichiro Suzuki .331
4. Vladimir Guerrero .325
5. Placido Polanco .318
6. Miguel Tejada .313
7. Travis Hafner .311
7. Derek Jeter .311
9. Hideki Matsui .310
10. Jef Conine .309

NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING AVERAGE LEADERS:
1. Todd Helton .336
2. Miguel Cabrera .332
3. Albert Pujols .324
4. Matt Holliday .318
5. Barry Bonds .316
6. David Wright .312
7. Jason Bay .311
7. Kenny Lofton .311
9. Moises Alou .310
10. Randy Winn .307

AMERICAN LEAGUE RUNS LEADERS:
1. Michael Young 125
2. Grady Sizemore 124
3. Mark Teixeria 123
4. Derek Jeter 122
5. David Ortiz 119
6. Ichiro Suzuki 118
7. Alex Rodriguez 116
8. Johnny Damon 113
9. Chone Figgins 112
10. Manny Ramirez 110

NATIONAL LEAGE RUNS LEADERS:
1. Albert Pujols 131
2. Barry Bonds 122
3. Jimmy Rollins 118
4. Rafael Furcal 117
5. Jason Bay 116
6. Derek Lee 115
7. Adam Dunn 113
8. Bobby Abreu 103
9. David Wright 102
10. Jose Reyes 100

AMERCIAN LEAGUE HOME RUNS LEADERS:
1. Mark Teixeria 51
2. Alex Rodriguez 49
3. Manny Ramirez 46
4. David Ortiz 42
5. Richie Sexson 41
6. Travis Hafner 40
6. Paul Konerko 40
8. Troy Glaus 37
9. Jason Giambi 35
9. Vladimir Guerrero 35
9. Johnny Gomes 35
9. Carlos Pena 35
9. Adrian Beltre 35

NATIONAL LEAGUE HOME RUNS LEADERS:
1. Adam Dunn 50
2. Andruw Jones 48
3. Willy Mo Pena 42
4. Albert Pujols 40
5. Derek Lee 38
6. Aramis Ramirez 36
6. Ryan Howard 36
8. Barry Bonds 35
8. Carlos Delgado 35
10. Preston Wilson 33
10. Miguel Cabrera 33

AMERCIAN LEAGUE RUNS BATTED IN LEADERS:
1. Mark Teixeria 143
2. David Ortiz 140
3. Manny Ramirez 134
4. Alex Rodriguez 131
5. Vladimir Guerrero 124
6. Travis Hafner 121
7. Richie Sexson 121
8. Garry Sheffield 116
9. Hideki Matsui 112
10. Miguel Tejada 110
10. Vernon Wells 110

NATIONAL LEAGUE RUNS BATTED IN LEADERS:
1. Albert Pujols 124
2. Carlos Delgado 121
3. Aramis Ramirez 117
4. Carlos Lee 116
5. Chase Utley 113
6. Pat Burell 112
7. Andruw Jones 111
7. Derek Lee 111
9. Adam Dunn 110
10. Matt Holliday 106

AMERCIAN LEAGUE STOLEN BASES LEADERS:
1. Chone Figgins 65
2. Scott Podsednick 52
3. Carl Crawford 42
3. Julio Lugo 42
5. Joey Gathright 38
6. Ichiro Suzuki 31
7. Grady Sizemore 28
8. Brian Roberts 24
9. Johnny Damon 22
10. Coco Crisp 21

NATIONAL LEAGUE STOLEN BASES LEADERS:
1. Jose Reyes 72
2. Juan Pierre 61
3. Ryan Freel 51
4. Jimmy Rollins 45
5. Rafael Furcal 37
6. Alfonso Soriano 31
7. Kenny Lofton 30
8. Willy Taveras 29
9. Bobby Abreu 23
10. Carlos Beltran 22

AMERCIAN LEAGUE OPS LEADERS:
1. Travis Hafner 1.018
2. Jason Giambi 1.012
3. Alex Rodriguez 1.006
4. David Ortiz 1.003
5. Manny Ramirez .985
6. Vladimir Guerrero .981
7. Mark Teixeria .975
8. Frank Thomas .965
9. Johnny Gomes .921
10. Garry Sheffield .905

NATIONAL LEAGUE OPS LEADERS:
1. Barry Bonds 1.182
2. Albert Pujols 1.025
3. Todd Helton 1.002
4. Jason Bay .989
5. Carlos Delgado .983
6. Chipper Jones .974
7. Derek Lee .963
8. Miguel Cabrera .955
9. Adam Dunn .945
10. Aramis Ramirez .936

AMERICAN LEAGUE WINS LEADERS:
1. Roy Halladay 21
2. Rich Harden 20
3. Johan Santana 19
4. Kelvim Escobar 18
4. Mark Buehrle 18
6. Josh Beckett 17
6. C.C. Sabathia 17
8. Randy Johnson 16
8. Bartolo Colon 16
8. Barry Zito 16
8. Jose Contreras 16

NATIONAL LEAGUE WINS LEADERS:
1. Roy Oswalt 21
2. Noah Lowry 19
3. Chris Carpenter 18
4. Mark Prior 17
4. Brandon Webb 17
6. Jake Peavy 16
6. Pedro Martinez 16
6. Ben Sheets 16
9. Andy Pettitte 15
9. Chris Carpenter 15
9. Tim Hudson 15
9. Dontrelle Willis 15

AMERCIAN LEAGUE STRIKEOUT LEADERS:
1. Johan Santana 248
2. Rich Harden 216
3. John Lackey 211
4. Daniel Cabrera 202
5. Scott Kazmir 199
6. Randy Johnson 193
7. A.J. Burnett 185
8. Josh Beckett 181
9. Felix Hernandez 175
10. Kelvim Escobar 172

NATIONAL LEAGUE STRIKEOUT LEADERS:
1. Mark Prior 222
2. Jake Peavy 218
3. Brett Myers 213
4. Doug Davis 211
5. Jason Schmidt 207
6. Pedro Martinez 195
7. Carlos Zambrano 190
8. Oliver Perez 187
9. John Patterson 183
10. Chris Carpenter 182

AMERCIAN LEAGUE SAVES LEADERS:
1. Joe Nathan 51
2. Mariano Rivera 45
3. B.J. Ryan 41
4. Fransisco Rodriguez 39
5. Bob Wickman 38
6. Fransisco Cordero 36
7. Huston Street 35
8. Bobby Jenks 34
9. Keith Foulke 33
10. Eddie Guerrero 32

NATIONAL LEAGE SAVES LEADERS:
1. Derrick Turnbow 46
2. Jason Isringhausen 45
3. Billy Wagner 43
4. Brad Lidge 42
5. Chad Cordero 40
6. Tom Gordon 39
7. Ryan Dempster 37
8. Trevor Hoffman 36
9. Armando Benitez 35
10. Brian Fuentes 33

AMERCIAN LEAGUE ERA LEADERS:
1. Johan Santana 2.55
2. Roy Halladay 2.85
3. Rich Harden 2.98
4. Jose Contreras 3.01
5. Josh Beckett 3.23
6. Mark Buehrle 3.29
7. Felix Hernandez 3.35
8. John Lackey 3.39
9. Kelvim Escobar 3.42
10. Jarrod Washburn 3.51

NATIONAL LEAGUE ERA LEADERS:
1. Jake Peavy 2.63
2. Roy Oswalt 2.89
3. Ben Sheets 3.01
4. Mark Prior 3.06
5. John Smoltz 3.13
6. Pedro Martinez 3.16
7. Carlos Zambrano 3.21
8. Andy Pettitte 3.31
9. Dontrelle Willis 3.33
10. Tim Hudson 3.36

AMERCIAN LEAGE WHIP LEADERS:
1. Johan Santana 0.94
2. Rich Harden 1.00
3. Roy Halladay 1.02
4. Paul Byrd 1.08
5. Felix Hernandez 1.09
6. Carlos Silva 1.14
7. Josh Beckett 1.15
8. Randy Johnson 1.16
9. Kelvim Escobar 1.17
10. Erik Bedard 1.18

NATIONAL LEAGUE WHIP LEADERS:
1. Jake Peavy 0.98
2. Pedro Martinez 0.99
3. Ben Sheets 1.01
4. Jason Schmidt 1.07
5. Noah Lowry 1.08
6. Chris Carpenter 1.10
7. Matt Cain 1.13
8. Carlos Zambrano 1.16
9. Andy Pettitte 1.18
10. Mark Prior 1.19

PLAYOFF PICTURE:
AL East: Yankees 95-67
AL Central: Indians 97-65
AL West: A's 93-69
Wild Card: Red Sox 92-70

NL East: Mets 94-68
NL Central: Brewers 93-69
NL West: Giants 90-72
NL Wild Card: Phillies 91-71

Indians over Red Sox in 5
A's over Yankees in 3

Brewers over Phillies in 4
Giants over Mets in 4

Indians over A's in 6
Giants over Brewers in 7

WORLD SERIES: Indians over Brewers in 7

AL MVP:
1. Travis Hafner
2. David Ortiz
3. Alex Rodriguez
4. Manny Ramirez
5. Mark Teixeria

NL MVP:
1. Carlos Lee
2. Chase Utley
3. Carlos Delgado
4. Albert Pujols
5. Barry Bonds

AL CY YOUNG:
1. Johan Santana
2. Rich Harden
3. Roy Halladay
4. Kelvim Escobar
5. Jose Contreras

NL CY YOUNG:
1. Jake Peavy
2. Ben Sheets
3. Mark Prior
4. Noah Lowry
5. Roy Oswalt

AL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
1. Fransisco Loriano
2. Delmon Young
3. Ian Kinsler
4. Andy Marte
5. Brian Anderson

NL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
1. Prince Fielder
2. Jeremy Hermida
3. Ryan Zimmerman
4. Connor Jackson
5. Josh Willingham
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Re: 2006 MLB Stat Leaders: Bank on It!

Postby chris8 » Sun Feb 12, 2006 6:50 pm

Belle4Hall88 wrote: This list is going to be 100% accurate, so draft accordingly. :-)


Love your optimism! ;-)

Be interesting to see how accurate this really is at the end of the season!
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Postby Another Blown Save » Sun Feb 12, 2006 6:53 pm

How is Carlos Lee gonna win the MVP without finishing top 10 in AVG/HR/R in the NL.
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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Sun Feb 12, 2006 6:58 pm

because he is going to finish in the top 15 in all those catoglorys and carry the Brew Crew on his back to the playoffs :-)
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Postby AcidRock23 » Sun Feb 12, 2006 7:04 pm

No homerism there!!

Interesting picks though...it will be interesting to see how they turn out at the end of the year! Somebody ought to put a game like this together, fill in the blanks now, wait all year and see how you do at the end...might kind of provide something else to do in the August sort of doldrum season if you are in 8th place. ;-D
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Postby Big Tiex » Sun Feb 12, 2006 7:32 pm

Great post and i will be saving the list and cheching it at the end. I like how u went out on limbs with lowry, Conine(don'nt no why here), contreras, Lee. Just wondering did u just make u the #'s or was there equations behind it? How long did this take to do???

Not too much D.Lee anywhere? guess your not a believer
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Postby Belle4Hall88 » Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:28 pm

I just kinda projected them, I don't really have a forumla. I just watch a ton of baseball, and when making the list I checked players career stats, what they did the 1st half last year, 2nd half last year, their home/road splits, home field park, the people that surround them and just talent wise how i think they will fair.

P.S. I've got Lee for 38 HR and 111 RBI. For his other stats I see about 16 SB and a .301 AVG. I guess I somewhat belive.
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Postby brandnew » Sun Feb 12, 2006 8:33 pm

Only things I see wrong with it are Sheets isn't in the top 10 in K's, Wily Mo projection is a little optimistic, and there are two teams from the AL West in the playoffs. :-b

Other than that, they're pretty reasonable.
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