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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2018 4:50 pm 
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Tikal- A Closer Look

Tikal, the teams' opening day starter, had a good season. While she didn't have a great strikeout pitch, her original pitch, the "Chaoball", was able to force a lot of weak contact and ground balls. This allowed her to work quick innings, as she averaged 6.2 per start. Unfortunately, Tikal went down with an injury in Mid-August that ended her season.

Start #1
0-0, 7.50 ERA, 3.67 DICE, 6 IP

Starts #2-5
0-1, 2.25 ERA, 3.57 DICE, 28 IP

Starts #6-10
3-0, 6.14 ERA, 5.19 DICE, 29.1 IP

Start #11
1-0, 1.00 ERA, 3.89 DICE, 9 IP

Starts #12-16
0-4, 6.82 ERA, 5.62 DICE, 31.2 IP

Starts #17-25
4-2, 2.76 ERA, 3.77 DICE, 62 IP


ImageSeason Stats: Tikal the Echidna: 8-7, 4.12 ERA, 25 GS, 166.0 IP, 178 H, 87 R, 76 ER, 15 HR, 44 BB, 61 K, 1.39 K/BB, 8 SB, 2 CS, 698 BF

Advanced Stats: 3.31 K/9, 2.39 BB/9, 0.81 HR/9, 8.8 K%, 6.3 BB%, .279/.331/.410 (.741 OPS against), 2.26 GO/AO, 1.34 WHIP, .290 BABIP, 4.34 DICE

Tikal's Batting Streaks:
Games #1-2
.000/.250/.000, .250 OPS

Games #3-7
.333/.333/.556, .889 OPS

Games #8-10
.000/.000/.000, .000 OPS

Games #11-15
.364/.417/.455, .871 OPS

Games #16-19
.000/.125/.000, .125 OPS

Games #20-23
.375/.500/.375, .875 OPS


ImageP- Tikal the Echidna- 42 AB, 10 H, 3 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 8 R, 14 K, 4 BB, 13 TB, 60 TPA, .238/.319/.310, .629 OPS

Advanced: 6.7 BB%, 23.3 K%, 0.29 BB/K, .071 ISO, 2.75 GO/AO, .357 BABIP


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:08 pm 
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Kester- A closer look

Kester, the team's third string catcher, made a few starts in August. He didn't carry much value offensively, but provided solid defense behind the plate, with 0 errors in 35 innings.

Full Season Stats: 16 PA, 14 AB, 1 R, 1 H, 0 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 1 BB, 5 K, .071/.133/.071, .204 OPS

Advanced Stats: 6.3 BB%, 31.3 K%, .000
ISO, .111 BABIP, 1.67 GO/AO


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 12:27 pm 
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To celebrate the Irl end of August... (cause I skipped it in the log)
August Review: Starting Pitching (Monthly totals in parentheses)

ImageTails the Fox: 14-6 (3-1), 177.2 IP (35.2 IP), 28 GS (6 GS), 193 H (37 H), 83 R (18 R), 81 ER (16 ER), 49 BB (12 BB), 134 K (31 K), 2.75 K/BB (2.58 K/BB), 16 QS (57.1%), 20 HR (4 HR), 294 TB (54 TB), 758 PA (153 PA), 4.10 ERA (4.04 ERA), (.278/.332/.420):(.264/.327/.386)
Analysis: Tails had a good month of August overall. His ERA was inflated by a particularly poor start against San Diego (8 runs in 3.1 innings), but outside of that start, he was 3-0 with a 2.23 ERA. His last start of the month was a complete game shutout against the Giants. Verdict: A Rank

ImageTikal the Echidna: 8-7 (0-1) 166.0 IP (11.1 IP), 25 GS (2 GS), 178 H (18 H), 87 R (10 R), 76 ER (5 ER), 44 BB (1 BB), 61 K (5 K), 1.38 K/BB (5.00 K/BB), 15 QS (60.0%), 15 HR (2 HR), 265 TB (19 TB), 698 PA (55 PA), 4.12 ERA (3.97 ERA), (.279/.331/.410):(.353/.400/.569)
Analysis: Before going down for the season, Tikal made 2 starts in August. She didn't pitch particularly well, as she gave up 10 runs in those 2 games, but to be fair, 5 were unearned. Verdict: C Rank


ImageWave the Swallow: 7-9 (2-3), 134.0 IP (33.2 IP), 23 GS (6 GS), 154 H (41 H), 84 R (23 R), 76 ER (22 ER), 44 BB (9 BB), 71 K (11 K), 1.61 K/BB (1.22 K/BB), 10 QS (43.5%), 21 HR (8 HR), 265 TB (74 TB), 596 PA (149 PA), 5.10 ERA (5.88 ERA), (.288/.354/.490):(.304/.362/.548) Analysis: Wave struggled in the month of August. She had one particularly awful start against the Pirates, in which she gave up 8 runs in 3 innings, including 4 home runs. Her 2.14 HR/9 was particularly bad. Verdict: E Rank

ImageEmerl: 3-2 (2-1) 51.1 IP (33.1), 9 GS (6 GS), 39 H (27 H), 27 R (20 R), 23 ER (16 ER), 19 BB (11 BB), 45 K (32 K), 2.36 K/BB (2.91 K/BB), 6 QS (66.7%), 4 HR (3 HR), 68 TB (48 TB), 216 PA (142 PA), 4.03 ERA (4.32 ERA), (.205/.294/.350)(.213/.296/.378) Analysis: Emerl got off to a rough start to August, with 15 runs (11 earned) in 6.2 innings in his first two starts (14.84 ERA). He was absolutely lights out after that though, allowing just 5 runs in his next 4 starts for an ERA of 1.69. His 8.64 K/9 led the teams' starters. Verdict: A Rank

Marine the Raccoon: 0-2, 14.1 IP, 3 GS, 18 H, 7 R, 7 ER, 8 BB, 6 K, 0.75 K/BB, 0 QS (0%), 1 HR, 25 TB, 66 PA, 4.40 ERA, (.333/.429/.460)Analysis: Called up as the last missing piece to the Sonics' rotation, Marine had her struggles with command, with a high walk rate (5.02 BB/9). She did show a nice ability to keep the ball in the park (0.63 HR/9), and get out of jams.Verdict: C Rank[/size][/color]


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 2:24 pm 
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August Review: Relief Pitching


ImageChip: 3-2 (0-0), 61.1 IP (10 IP), 63 G (10 G), 11-11 SV (4-4 SV), 16 HLD (0 HLD), 50 H (8 H), 15 R (1 R), 14 ER (1 ER), 18 BB (2 BB), 53 K (9 K), 2.94 K/BB (4.50 K/BB), 4 HR (1 HR), 67 TB (12 TB), 245 PA (29 PA), 2.05 ERA (0.90 ERA), (.224/.288/.300):(.222/.263/.333)
Analysis: Chip continued to dominate as the team's closer in August. He continued to display excellent command and forced weak contact for the most part.Verdict: S Rank

ImageChaos: 4-3 (0-1), 49.1 IP (7.1 IP), 60 G (10 G), 6 HLD (1 HLD), 4 BS (1 BS), 41 H (11 H), 20 R (5 R), 18 ER (5 ER), 29 BB (6 BB), 38 K (7 K), 1.31 K/BB (1.17 K/BB), 1 HR (1 HR), 64 TB (16 TB), 212 PA (37 PA), 3.28 ERA (6.14 ERA), (.240/.360/.370):(.367/.460/.533)
Analysis: Chaos had one really bad game against San Diego, in which he gave up 5 runs without recording an out. Outside of that game, he pitched 7.1 shoutout innings.Verdict: D Rank

ImageDr. Eggman: 1-5 (1-1), 44.2 IP (7 IP), 48 G (8 G), 20-26 SV, 1 HLD, 36 H (3 H), 23 R (2 R), 18 ER (1 ER), 15 BB (3 BB), 40 K (9 K), 2.66 K/BB (3.00 K/BB), 6 HR (0 HR), 60 TB (3 TB), 188 PA (29 PA), 3.63 ERA (1.29 ERA), (.220/.312/.360):(.125/.276/.125)
Analysis: Eggman got back to his best in August. His 11.57 K/9 was excellent, and he didn't give up an extra base hit in 29 plate appearances.Verdict: S Rank

ImageCream the Rabbit: 2-5 (1-0), 45.0 IP (13 IP), 49 G (14 G), 10 HLD (3 HLD), 4 BS (0 BS), 41 H (6 H), 17 R (2 R), 17 ER (2 ER), 13 BB (1 BB), 24 K (7 K), 1.84 K/BB (7.00 K/BB), 5 HR (1 HR), 62 TB (9 TB), 180 PA (45 PA), 3.40 ERA (1.38 ERA), (.253/.307/.380):(.136/.156/.205)
Analysis: Cream had her best month in August. Her stuff was unhittable, with hitters Batting just .136 against her, and she only walked a single batter in 45 plate appearances (2.2%).Verdict: S Rank


ImageMephiles the Dark: 3-0 (3-0), 29.1 IP (19.1 IP), 22 G (12 G), 22 H (10 H), 10 R (3 R), 9 ER (3 ER), 5 BB (1 BB), 16 K (10 K), 3.20 K/BB (10.00 K/BB), 1 HR (1 HR), 31 TB (16 TB), 114 PA (68 PA), 2.76 ERA (1.40 ERA), (.206/.241/.290):(.149/.162/.239)
Analysis: The Sonics' bullpen was fantastic in August, and Mephiles may have been the most valuable of the group. He had excellent command, walking just 1 of 68 batters (1.5%), and his OPS against was a team low .401. He also was able to give the team some length from the bullpen at times, with his 19.2 innings pitched being the best out of the 'pen.Verdict: S Rank

ImageBig the Cat: 0-1 (0-0), 6.1 IP (4.0 IP), 7 G (4 G), 12 H (7 H), 5 R (1 R), 5 ER (1 ER), 4 BB (1 BB), 3 K (1 K), 0.75 K/BB (1.00 K/BB), 1 HR (0 HR), 18 TB (9 TB), 32 PA (18 PA) 7.11 ERA (2.25 ERA), (.444/.516/.660):(.412/.444/.529)
Analysis: Big got recalled in August and while he didn't pitch great (.973 OPS against), he still managed to give up just one run in 4 innings. Verdict: D Rank

Fruto: 0-3, 39.1 IP, 43 G, 33 H, 17 R, 15 ER, 17 BB, 32 K, 1.88 K/BB, 2 HR, 46 TB, 161 PA, 3.43 ERA, (.229/.311/.320)

Inglett: 6-4, 85.1 IP, 33 G, 8 GS, 96 H, 44 R, 41 ER, 16 BB, 55 K, 3.43 K/BB, 8 HR, 143 TB, 358 PA, 4.32 ERA, (.288/.325/.420)

Team Pitching: 4.36 ERA, 631 runs allowed, 1246 hits allowed, 134 home runs allowed, 760 K, 394 BB


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:27 pm 
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August Review: Starting Lineup

ImageLF- Knuckles the Echidna- 532 AB (115 AB), 178 H (38 H), 44 2B (9 2B), 5 3B (1 3B), 24 HR (4 HR), 105 RBI (21 RBI), 90 R (20 R), 103 K (21 K), 51 BB (14 BB), 304 TB (61 TB), 590 TPA (129 TPA), (.335/.398/.571):(.330/.403/.530)
Analysis: Knuckles kept mashing in August. He became the first member of the Sonics to reach 100+ RBIs, and his patience and power numbers continued to stay elite.Verdict: S Rank

Image1B- Espio the Chameleon- 448 AB (94 AB), 136 H (30 H), 30 2B (6 2B), 2 3B (0 3B), 12 HR (3 HR), 69 RBI (12 RBI), 64 R (16 R), 63 K (16 K), 96 BB (16 BB), 206 TB (45 TB), 550 TPA (110 TPA), (.304/.426/.460):(.319/.418/.479)
Analysis: Espio's bat was red hot in August, and he continued getting on base at a high clip. He showed some pop with a two home-run game against the Brewers.Verdict: A Rank

Image3B- Shadow the Hedgehog- 497 AB (109 AB), 139 H (37 H), 31 2B (7 2B), 1 3B (1 3B), 20 HR (5 HR), 93 RBI (29 RBI), 64 R (12 R), 75 K (13 K), 55 BB (15 BB), 232 TB (59 TB), 564 TPA (127 TPA), (.280/.354/.467):(.339/.409/.541)
Analysis: Shadow's season just got better in August, as the black and red hedgehog drove in an incredible 29 runs, while maintaining an excellent .950 OPS. He also managed to walk more than he struck out.Verdict: S Rank

ImageSS- Sonic the Hedgehog- 492 AB (120 AB), 143 H (40 H), 22 2B (8 2B), 4 3B (1 3B), 18 HR (6 HR), 72 RBI (25 RBI), 77 R (18 R), 104 K (26 K), 46 BB (9 BB), 227 TB (68 TB), 552 TPA (133 TPA), (.291/.361/.461):(.333/.394/.567)
Analysis: Sonic showed everyone why he is the team's namesake and mascot, as he was unquestionably the team's top hitter in August. He unleashed a terrific display of power (led the team in TBs), and was able to set the table for the rest of the Sonics' big bats.Verdict: S Rank

ImageRF- Silver the Hedgehog- 418 AB (91 AB), 120 H (23 H), 26 2B (5 2B), 3 3B (1 3B), 25 HR (7 HR), 90 RBI (21 RBI), 68 R (14 R), 109 K (37 K), 65 BB (17 BB), 227 TB (51 TB), 490 TPA (111 TPA), (.287/.386/.543):(.253/.373/.560)
Analysis: Silver's strikeout rate spiked to 33.3%, but it didn't slow him down at all, as he continued to crush baseballs to the tune of a .933 OPS. His 17 walks and 7 hone runs led the team.Verdict: A Rank

ImageCF- Amy Rose- 347 AB (31 AB), 108 H (9 H), 12 2B (1 2B), 2 3B (0 3B), 2 HR (0 HR), 22 RBI (0 RBI), 59 R (2 R), 53 K (4 K), 21 BB (1 BB), 130 TB (10 TB), 382 TPA (33 TPA), (.311/.361/.375):(.290/.333/.323)
Analysis: Amy went down with an injury early in the month. She wasn't very effective at the plate anyway before she went down (.653 OPS).Verdict: D Rank

ImageC- Vector the Crocodile- 326 AB (88 AB), 85 H (18 H), 15 2B (3 2B), 1 3B (1 3B), 6 HR (0 HR), 37 RBI (6 RBI), 40 R (13 R), 58 K (22 K), 30 BB (9 BB), 120 TB (23 TB), 362 TPA (100 TPA), (.261/.332/.368):(.205/.300/.261)
Analysis: Vector could not maintain his production from July. In fact, his offense nearly fell off a cliff in August, as he failed to hit for average or power, and his OPS (.561) was bad.Verdict: E Rank

Image2B- Blaze the Cat- 337 AB (99 AB), 101 H (35 H), 20 2B (9 2B), 6 3B (1 3B), 3 HR (0 HR), 30 RBI (6 RBI), 68 R (25 R), 57 K (18 K), 25 BB (11 BB), 142 TB (48 TB), 368 TPA (112 TPA), (.300/.348/.421):(.354/.418/.465)
Analysis: Blaze led off more in August with Amy's injury. She responded to the call, with a .418 OBP consistently setting the table along with Sonic (her batting line was nearly identical to Espio's as well.) After a mostly anemic July, this August was a big boost for the Sonics' 2nd base production.Verdict: A Rank


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
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August Review: Reserves/Pitchers hitting:

ImageOF- Metal Sonic: 201 AB (76 AB), 60 H (19 H), 11 2B (4 2B), 0 3B (0 3B), 10 HR (3 HR), 45 RBI (8 RBI), 31 R (16 R), 36 K (17 K), 22 BB (12 BB), 101 TB (32 TB), 229 TPA (89 TPA), (.299/.368/.502):(.250/.348/.421)
Analysis: Metal Sonic became basically a regular in August. His bat cooled down a bit, but he was still solid overall. He had a good walk rate (13.5%). Verdict: B Rank

ImageIF- Charmy Bee- 201 AB (37 AB), 44 H (6 H), 7 2B (2 2B), 1 3B (1 3B), 2 HR (1 HR), 19 RBI (8 RBI), 40 R (11 R), 32 K (4 K), 25 BB (4 BB), 59 TB (11 TB), 236 TPA (44 TPA),(.219/.314/.294):(.162/.279/.297)
Analysis: Charmy's bat cooled off considerably after a hot stretch in June and July. He was clutch at times, however, as he drove in 8 runs in his limited plate appearances, and he ran the bases well, with 11 runs scored.Verdict: D Rank

C- Mills- 161 AB (14 AB), 32 H (5 H), 7 2B (1 2B), 2 3B (0 3B), 3 HR (1 HR), 18 RBI (3 RBI), 17 R (2 R), 46 K (3 K), 24 BB (0 BB), 52 TB (9 TB), 192 TPA (15 TPA), (.199/.317/.323):(.357/.400/.643)
Analysis: Mills spent most of the month in Triple-A trying to get his swing back after an awful July. He managed to do just that, as he swung a hot bat (1.043 OPS) when he returned in 14 ABs. Verdict: S Rank

ImageUT- Omega- 124 AB (13 AB), 27 H (3 H), 2 2B (0 2B), 2 3B (0 3B), 3 HR (1 HR), 10 RBI (2 RBI), 13 R (2 R), 33 K (5 K), 12 BB (0 BB), 42 TB (6 TB), 138 TPA (15 TPA), (.218/.297/.339):(.231/.333/.462)
Analysis: Omega hit well in his 13 ABs in August off the bench. He mashed his 3rd home run of the season, and his .795 OPS was very good. Verdict: B Rank


ImageOF- Rouge the Bat- 84 AB (45 AB), 28 H (15 H), 2 2B (2 2B), 1 3B (1 3B), 1 HR (1 HR), 12 RBI (7 RBI), 9 R (4 R), 15 K (8 K), 3 BB (1 BB), 35 TB (22 TB), 90 TPA (48 TPA), (.333/.364/.417):(.333/.340/.489)
Analysis: Rouge was very impressive in August. After recording an ISO of .000 in her first two months, Rouge began to hit for some power, with 4 extra base hits leading to a .156 ISO. She also managed to continue to hit for a high batting average as well. Verdict: A Rank

ImageP- Tikal the Echidna- 42 AB (3 AB), 10 H (3 H), 3 2B (0 2B), 0 3B (0 3B), 0 HR (0 HR), 1 RBI (0 RBI), 8 R (3 R), 14 K (1 K), 4 BB (1 BB), 13 TB (0 TB), 60 TPA (5 TPA), (.238/.319/.310):(.000/.250/.000)

ImageP- Tails the Fox- 52 AB (16 AB), 9 H (3 H), 2 2B (0 2B), 0 3B (0 3B), 0 HR (0 HR), 3 RBI (0 RBI), 1 R (0 R), 16 K (4 K), 2 BB (0 BB), 11 TB (3 TB), 65 TPA (17 TPA), (.172/.204/.212):(.188/.188/.188)

ImageP- Wave the Swallow- 42 AB (11 AB), 6 H (1 H), 0 2B (0 2B), 0 3B (0 3B), 0 HR (0 HR), 0 RBI (0 RBI), 3 R (0 R), 12 K (5 K), 1 BB (1 BB), 6 TB (1 TB), 51 TPA (13 PA), (.143/.163/.143):(.091/.167/.091)

ImageEmerl- 14 AB (9 AB), 2 H (1 H), 0 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 R, 2 K (1 K), 3 BB (2 BB), 2 TB (1 TB), 19 TPA (12 TPA), (.143/.294/.143):(.111/.273/.111)

Team Batting: .275 AVG, 679 runs scored, 1283 hits, 132 HR


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Wesson- A Closer Look

Wesson was released by the Sonics before the season began to make room for their incoming players. He caught on with the Brewers, pitching in Triple-A, but never breaking the bigs with them. He then got offered back to the Sonics at the deadline in exchange for Scobie. Due to being in better condition than Scobie, the Sonics accepted and added Wesson to the rotation. However, he struggled badly on the mound for the most part, and eventually the team shut him down to give Saipe a shot.

Season Stats: 1-1, 7.58 ERA, 5 GS, 19.0 IP, 21 H, 16 R, 16 ER, 3 HR, 9 BB, 10 K, 1.11 K/BB, 0 SB, 0 CS, 87 BF

Advanced Stats: 4.74 K/9, 4.26 BB/9, 1.42 HR/9, 11.5 K%, 10.3 BB%, .276/.353/.470 (.823 OPS against), 1.24 GO/AO, 1.58 WHIP, .286 BABIP, 5.42 DICE

Batting Stats: 6 AB, 0 H, 0 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 2 R, 2 K, 2 BB, 0 TB, 9 TPA, .000/.250/.000, .250 OPS

Advanced Batting: 22.2 BB%, 22.2 K%, .000 ISO, .000 BABIP, N/A
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Amy Rose- A closer look

Summary: Amy spent most of the season penciled in the lead off spot in the batting order, due to her excellent contact skills and speed. She got off to a slow start, but a 5-hit game against the Mets in late April kept her bat hot for the rest of the season. She was able to get on base at a high clip (.368), and used her speed to swipe 33 bases on 42 attempts (78.6%). This gave several RBI opportunities for the big bats in the middle of the order. She did have a major weakness however in her durability. She was limited to 97 games due to various injuries caused by her injury-proneness and penchant for head-first slides.

Monthly Batting:
April- .280/.365/.293, .658 OPS, 0 home runs, 4 RBIs, 18 runs
May- .348/.394/.394, .788 OPS, 0 home runs, 5 RBIs, 10 runs
June- .310/.339/.414, .753 OPS, 2 home runs, 10 RBIs, 14 runs
July- .322/.369/.407, .776 OPS, 0 home runs, 3 RBIs, 15 runs
August- .290/.333/.323, .656 OPS, 0 home runs, 0 RBIs, 2 runs
September- .440/.462/.480, .942 OPS, 0 home runs, 2 RBIs, 5 runs


ImageFull Season Stats- 408 PA, 372 AB, 64 R, 119 H, 13 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 24 RBI, 21 BB, 55 K, .320/.368/.382, .750 OPS


ImageAdvanced Stats- 5.2 BB%, 13.5 K%, .062 ISO, .371 BABIP, 1.34 GO/AO


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Marine the Raccoon- A closer look

Marine was called up in late August to give the team a boost in their rotation, and without her, the Sonics may not have made the playoffs. Her first game was excellent, as she gave up just 1 run in 5.1 innings . Her next three starts were much less effective, as she gave up 11 runs in 12 innings, for an ERA of 8.25. She dominated after that, as her ERA was 1.23 in her last 4 starts, including 0 runs in three straight starts (17 innings).

ImageSeason Stats: Marine the Raccoon: 3-2, 3.43 ERA, 8 GS, 39.1 IP, 34 H, 15 R, 15 ER, 2 HR, 14 BB, 26 K, 1.85 K/BB, 4 SB, 1 CS, 163 BF

Advanced Stats: 5.95 K/9, 3.20 BB/9, 0.46 HR/9, 16.0 K%, 8.8 BB%, .241/.318/.340 (.658 OPS against), 1.90 GO/AO, 1.22 WHIP, .283 BABIP, 3.56 DICE

ImageP- Marine the Raccoon- 13 AB, 4 H, 0 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 1 R, 5 K, 1 BB, 4 TB, 15 TPA, .308/.357/.308, .665 OPS

Advanced: 6.7 BB%, 33.3 K%, .000 ISO, .500 BABIP, 4.00 GO/AO


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Tails the Fox- A closer look

Tails was no question the staff ace by the end of the season. He lead the team in wins (17), games started (34), innings pitched (215.1), and strikeouts (165). His season got off to a dreadful start, as through six starts he was 1-4 with an ERA of 6.19. He righted the ship in his next 9 starts, with an ERA of 1.63 in 63 innings, going 6-1 in that span. He had some inconsistent performances in his next 10 outings, as he had an ERA of 6.16 in 57 innings, but went 6-1. His next five starts, he was very good once again, going 2-1 with a 2.31 ERA in 35 innings. After a miserable 8 runs in 3.1 innings against the Phillies, Tails ended the season on a good note, with a 2-1 record and 3.05 ERA in 20.2 innings in his last three outings.

ImageSeason Stats: Tails the Fox: 17-9, 4.22 ERA, 34 GS, 215.1 IP, 234 H, 103 R, 101 ER, 25 HR, 63 BB, 165 K, 2.61 K/BB, 9 SB, 4 CS, 922 BF

Advanced Stats: 6.90 K/9, 2.63 BB/9, 1.04 HR/9, 17.9 K%, 6.8 BB%, .278/.334/.420 (.754 OPS against), 1.13 GO/AO, 1.38 WHIP, .321 BABIP, 3.95 DICE

P- Tails the Fox- 64 AB, 12 H, 3 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 20 K, 2 BB, 15 TB, 79 TPA, .188/.212/.234, .446 OPS

Advanced: 2.5 BB%, 25.3 K%, .046 ISO, .273 BABIP, 5.43 GO/AO


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 2:38 pm 
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Zerbe- A closer look

Zerbe was one of the team's draft picks in June. He got a callup in August, and his first 10 games were very impressive, as he mashed his way to a .333/.375/.667 slash line. His production fell off a cliff after that, however, as he batted .143/.200/.214 in his last 25 games. He impressed in the field, with 0 errors in 41.1 innings.

Full Season Stats: 46 PA, 43 AB, 3 R, 9 H, 4 2B, 0 3B, 1 HR, 9 RBI, 3 BB, 17 K, .209/.261/.372, .633 OPS

Advanced Stats: 6.5 BB%, 37.0 K%, .163
ISO, .320 BABIP, 1.13 GO/AO


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 2:47 pm 
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Villaba- A closer look

Known more for his glove than his bat, Villaba got called up in May after Blaze the Cat's injury left only one second baseman on the roster. Villaba gave the Sonics' some starts in May and in September.

Full Season Stats: 75 PA, 70 AB, 6 R, 16 H, 4 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 5 RBI, 5 BB, 15 K, .229/.280/.286, .566 OPS

Advanced Stats: 6.7 BB%, 20.0 K%, .057
ISO, .291 BABIP, 1.39 GO/AO


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 2:54 pm 
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Gettis- A closer look

Gettis got some starts in April while Sonic was struggling, but didn't do much with them. He got called back up in August, and played a handful of games until the end of the season.

Full Season Stats: 39 PA, 37 AB, 5 R, 8 H, 3 2B, 0 3B, 0 HR, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 13 K, .216/.237/.297, .534 OPS

Advanced Stats: 2.6 BB%, 33.3 K%, .081
ISO, .333 BABIP, 0.29 GO/AO


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 Post subject: Re: Graphing the San Jose Sonics
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Mills- A closer look

Mills was an important piece for the Sonics, as he not only made the opening day roster, he started the season as the team's number one catcher (before Vector was created). He got off to a painfully slow start, and by the end of July was hitting .184/.307/.293. He got hot beginning in August, however, and batted .320/.404/.520 until the end of the season.

Full Season Stats: 234 PA, 197 AB, 22 R, 43 H, 8 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR, 27 RBI, 29 BB, 58 K, .218/.333/.350, .683 OPS

Advanced Stats: 12.4 BB%, 24.8 K%, .132
ISO, .289 BABIP, 0.81 GO/AO


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