Tout Wars FAB Report: Week of July 1

Here are the results of this week’s FAB bidding. Remember, if you want to check out the standings, rosters and full transactions for particular league, just click in the section heading.

American League

JNoel, Cle Jason Collette 276
DFesta, Min Jason Collette 151
JWinckowski, Bos Andy Andres 42
TNevin, Oak Andy Andres 33
MClevinger, CWS Eric Samulski 21
DHill, Tex Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 14
BJoyce, LAA Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 14
RContreras, LAA Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 14
AAlvarez, Oak Eric Samulski 9
RKreidler, Det Eric Samulski 5
JVotto, Tor Rob Leibowitz 3
CCarrasco, Cle Jeff Erickson 1
HCrouse, LAA Mike Podhorzer 1
DCameron, Oak Jeff Erickson 1
BFrancis, Tor Eric Samulski 1
BBaker, Bal Doug Dennis 0
SBarlow, Cle Andy Andres 0
BBrieske, Det Andy Andres 0
LAllen, Cle Patrick Davitt 0

National League

BJohnson, SD Scott Pianowski 72
VBellozo, Mia Peter Kreutzer 43
GGallegos, StL Wilderman/Prior 27
LOrtiz, Pit Peter Kreutzer 23
MMercado, Phi Peter Kreutzer 23
DVillar, SF Erik Halterman 22
ECabrera, Mia Erik Halterman 16
YChirinos, Mia Steve Gardner 12
HBirdsong, SF Brendan Tuma 11
PHodge, ChC Grey Albright 7
RFernandez, StL Phil Hertz 3
ACobb, SF Brian Walton 2
ASchunk, Col Brendan Tuma 1
MLuciano, SF Scott Pianowski 1
JLuzardo, Mia Rick Graham 1
JIglesias, NYM Rick Graham 1

Mixed Auction

HKjerstad, Bal Tristan Cockcroft 85
MWacha, KC Frank Stampfl 57
DFesta, Min Dave Adler 52
HWesneski, ChC Bret Sayre 52
BRodgers, Col Frank Stampfl 43
JNoel, Cle Dave Adler 43
LMatos, SF Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 26
MKopech, CWS Brent Hershey 24
CSpiers, Cin Frank Stampfl 23
LOrtiz, Pit Brent Hershey 15
KGinkel, Ari Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 11
SArrighetti, Hou Brent Hershey 11
MRojas, LAD Brent Hershey 11
DSolano, SD Brent Hershey 11
SFairchild, Cin Scott Swanay 10
JQuintana, NYM Scott Swanay 10
CCarrasco, Cle Andy Behrens 7
AVesia, LAD Andy Behrens 6
MToglia, Col Kev Mahserejian 6
MMikolas, StL Justin Mason 5
JButto, NYM Scott Engel 5
PHodge, ChC Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 5
JBauers, Mil Kev Mahserejian 5
KIsbel, KC Brent Hershey 4
KHendricks, ChC Jeff Zimmerman 3
JMalloy, Det Jeff Zimmerman 3
KHigashioka, SD Kev Mahserejian 2

Mixed Draft

JNoel, Cle Mike Gianella 136
DFesta, Min Shelly Verougstraete 130
DDaniel, LAA Shelly Verougstraete 73
HWesneski, ChC Ryan Bloomfield 52
CMayo, Bal Dr. Roto 45
MSpence, Oak Seth Trachtman 35
BLee, Min Dr. Roto 25
CMize, Det Ray Murphy 23
SFrelick, Mil Anthony Aniano 20
HBirdsong, SF D.J. Short 10
DSolano, SD Ryan Bloomfield 10
PHodge, ChC Tim McLeod 7
JJunis, Mil Seth Trachtman 6
TRogers, Mia Garion Thorne 5
BRortvedt, TB Adam Ronis 4
CCarrasco, Cle Rudy Gamble 4
MMercado, Phi Tim McLeod 3
MMcLain, Cin Scott White 0
KBryant, Col Scott White 0

Head to Head

NMarte, Cin Frank Ammirante 211
JWood, Was Sky Dombroske 172
DFesta, Min Greg Jewett 63
MToglia, Col Greg Jewett 45
LKnack, LAD Ryan Hallam 34
DDaniel, LAA Frank Ammirante 34
GMitchell, Mil Michael Govier 33
MFesta, NYM Frank Ammirante 33
MYoshida, Bos Ryan Hallam 31
LMatos, SF Frank Ammirante 23
KHendricks, ChC Greg Jewett 18
IKinerFalefa, Tor Greg Jewett 18
SFairchild, Cin Blake Meyer 14
KHigashioka, SD Blake Meyer 12
HWesneski, ChC Lauren Auerbach 11
JWinckowski, Bos Michael Govier 11
BNaylor, Cle Blake Meyer 9
JNoel, Cle Joe Gallina 7
CSantana, Min Lauren Auerbach 7
JGray, Was Michael Govier 6
BRodgers, Col Ariel Cohen 4

Mixed Draft with Alternate Categories

JWood, Was Sara Sanchez 254
HKjerstad, Bal Matt Cederholm 113
JNoel, Cle Geoff Pontes 89
MSano, LAA Matt Cederholm 85
LKnack, LAD Matt Trussell 54
HWesneski, ChC Matt Cederholm 36
LLynn, StL Zach Steinhorn 32
KHigashioka, SD Sara Sanchez 24
DPeterson, NYM Chris Clegg 21
RPressly, Hou Carlos Marcano 15
TMiller, ChC Matt Cederholm 12
KClemens, Phi John Laghezza 5
BWisely, SF Carlos Marcano 4
JBauers, Mil Chris Clegg 3
SArrighetti, Hou Jeff Boggis 2

Tout Table: Reactions to the 2024 baseball

This week’s query:

How, if at all, has the current dead ball landscape affected your in-season management?

Scott Chu (Pitcher List, @ifthechufits): From what I’ve seen so far, the primary issue is with flyballs, which have a SLG that is over 100 points worse than it was in 2021 and over 80 points worse than what we saw in 2023. HR/FB% is also down quite a bit. I’ve done two things so far – I am more skeptical of players who showed a spiked HR/FB% in 2023 and also am moving projections down on players who hit an abundance of flyballs as they are less valuable in 2024 than 2023. While some flyball hitters can work through this, some of the most profoundly impacted players happen to be the ones who hit a ton of fly balls – Spencer Torkelson, Jorge Soler, Adolis Garcia, and Jake Burger all are good examples of players with very high flyball rate who are struggling with lower HR/FB rates. Austin Riley also is facing this issue, though he is not as extreme of a flyball hitter. Not all high flyball rates are bad, but the very high flyball rate guys who broke out last year seem to be having trouble repeating, and I’ll be more skeptical of them until/unless we see flyballs doing more damage league wide.

Anthony Aniano (Rotoballer, @AAnianoFantasy): Finding competent pitching, ERA around 4.00, has been easier to locate of the waiver wire and with the rash of pitching injuries this season that has been a huge bonus. Free agents, and late round picks like Seth Lugo, Luis Gil and others have benefited from the dead ball and have become reliable top-tier starting pitchers.

Chris Blessing (BaseballHQ, @C_Blessing): It has changed my in-season management dramatically. In daily transaction formats, I’ve lived off the waiver wire for pitching, trading some of my best performing pitchers for hitters who are still lifting the ball in the air. In AL Touts, I can’t seem to make headway with pitching stats and my idea of punting saves has backfired significantly since those points and the lower WHIP would allow me to gain grown. Most leagues I am apart of, the standings are littered with hitting prowess and the leagues are wide-open because pitching, top to bottom, has a lot of parity between the teams. Our pitching staffs all have these restrictor plates that doesn’t allow for great advantages. Teams who manage the pit stops throughout the season will end up coming up on top. I don’t even like Nascar and I’m dropping Nascar metaphors.

Scott White (CBS Fantasy Sports, @CBSScottWhite): Mainly, I’ve been laser focused on using pitcher excess to acquire high-end hitters in all of my trade discussions, particularly in shallower leagues where I can backfill my pitching staff off the waiver wire rather easily. And when I say, “high-end hitters,” I don’t necessarily mean ones who are currently producing and will obviously demand a premium. Anyone with a rock-solid track record is liable to pick things up as the weather warms up, as happened for many of these same players in 2022. As for what I’m giving up in such deals — i.e., a pitcher — I’m not going to be especially choosy about it (if the other party demands someone else, fine) unless it’s a dyed-in-the-wool ace.

Michael A. Stein (Fantasy Judgment, @FantasyJudgment): Power has become scarce and finding it on the waiver wire is next to impossible. It has helped augment the pool of available pitchers which is necessary to offset all of the injuries around the league.

Howard Bender (Fantasy Alarm, @RotoBuzzGuy): In-season strategies really haven’t changed that much in roto leagues. It’s still about boosting yourself in the categories that you are lacking in and have the greatest chance for movement. For H2H or points leagues, however, I do find myself focusing much more on improving my rotation so I can steal points and categories that way. It’s like a retro-run to the mid-to-late 90s when it was all about saves and steals. Let’s pour one out for good old-fashioned Earl Weaver baseball when life was all about the 3-run HR.

Jeff Zimmerman (Fangraphs, @jeffwzimmerman): Nothing points to the ball being different as the cause of the power outage. Of the balls hit between 105 mph and 110 mph and 20 deg and 25 deg LA, the average distance (June only) over the past four seasons is 392 ft (2021), 392 ft (2022), 395 ft (2023), and 393 ft (2024). When the ball was “juiced” the distances were in the 400’s. The most likely cause of the power drought, IMO, is the heavy transition from fastballs to secondaries. Hitters, especially rookies, are struggling with non-fastballs. Finally, defensive talent is up with the league’s .287 BABIP being the lowest since 1992. Now with the lower run environment, there is nothing anyone can do. Since the season is about half over, you’re stuck with your team and the only hope is try to roster any power sources that emerge before your league mates.

Patrick Davitt (BaseballHQ, @patrickdavitt): Quite a bit more interested in high-K, high-FB pitchers than in past years, a bit less interested in FB hitters than in past years.

Eric Samulski (Rotoballer, @SamskiNYC): I think the only way we can adjust mid-season is in trade discussions or with waiver wire starting pitchers. I’m more likely to stream a high-strikeout pitcher with potential HR issues in a matchup where I think those HR issues may not be exacerbated. I think it has also made it harder to find power on the wire and makes me less likely to take a chance on a power-only hitter unless he has a long track record of success in various run environments. I do think, to a certain extent, this is also less about the ball and more about there being so many good pitchers in the league and fastballs being used less often, so hitters aren’t able to use that velocity to supply their own power.

Jeff Erickson (Rotowire, @Jeff_Erickson): It’s already difficult to trade pitching for hitting, and I think that the current landscape has made it even more difficult. Those that have had any sort of hitting surplus are holding tight, and perhaps looking to build a buffer before trying to cash in and address their starting pitching needs.

Shelly Verougstraete (Fantasy Feud Podcast, @ShellyV_643): As with most things, it depends on your league size and type. With 15-teamers, there isn’t much you can do. You might have been lucky to grab a hot hitter like Heliot Ramos instead of Luis Matos a few weeks ago. In the shallow leagues, there are more consistent players on the wire but it will still be a dog fight to pick up the hot flavor of the week. Don’t give up thought! There is still plenty of time to find the right match for your team.

Mike Gianella (Baseball Prospectus, @): It mostly hasn’t. I have a lot of Anthony Santander and Nolan Gorman on my teams.

Ray Flowers (Fantasy Guru, @TheRayFlowers): With injuries occurring on an hourly basis, we’ve had to expand the player pool into unknown waters causing the need to take “more chances” than we used to. Never have guys like Gio Urshela and Luis Garcia been so attractive, which is kinda sad if we are being honest.

Mike Podhorzer (Fangraphs, @MikePodhorzer): It hasn’t. Everything is always relative, so if offense is down, every fantasy team is going to be impacted. The positive is my offense has performed better in the standings than expected, given how injury-ravaged they have been! So even if I feel like my offense stinks, it might be less stinky than other teams.

Jeff Boggis (Fantasy Football Empire, @JeffBoggis): For the most part, it has not made my in-season management much different. If anything, when I evaluate trades or roster moves, I give devalue hitters with a higher FB %.

Erik Halterman (Rotowire, @erik_halterman): The main thing for me is making sure I’m not lazily trusting my initial instincts about how well a player has been playing after glancing at his stat line. For example, league-average ERA this year is 4.00, down from 4.33 last year. If you see a guy with an ERA in the 3.80s and think, “that’s about half a run better than league average, so he must be pretty good,” take a second to re-calibrate. It’s actually only 0.1-0.2 runs better than average, the equivalent of an ERA around 4.20 last year. Likewise, a pitcher with an ERA around 4.20 this year might initially pop as above-average when you’re scanning the waiver wire, but it’s a below-average mark this season.

Vlad Sedler (FTN Fantasy, @rotogut): Hasn’t changed much for me since I don’t play in trade leagues. I’m more aggressive with hitters who stand out in FAAB, but viable ones are far and few between.

Carlos Marcano (Triple Play Fantasy, @camarcano): Big time, for me. I’ve had to spend more on hitting as it has turned to be the premium part of the game. It has been less complicated to get solid pitchers on the waiver wire than hitters, big time.

John Laghezza (The Athletic, @JohnLaghezza): In any league I’m short on power because of the moosh ball, it’s become a leap-before-I-look situation. I’ve used combinations of elevated pulled BBEs and 90th percentile EV to try and be first on power breakouts. It did not work on Ryan Noda or Tyler Nevin but the Helio Ramos experiment has been fun so far — plus I’m expecting the warm weather to spice things up a little.

Brian Entrekin (Fantasy Pros, BaseballHQ, @bdentrek): I would like to say it hasn’t affected me much at all, but that may be a lie. I’ve noticed in recent weeks I’ve been more focused on adding power on the wire compared to usual due to the lack of power some teams are producing.

Andy Behrens (Yahoo Fantasy Sports, @andybehrens): I would say it has mostly led to me cursing Jake Burger with surprising regularity.

Corbin Young (Baseball HQ, Rotowire, @corbin_young21): Since I’m trailing in pitching categories, I’m being aggressive with streaming pitchers since they can make a positive impact on the standings and weekly categories. Not taking it into account too much but may give a slight edge to fly ball pitchers with strikeout skills.

Grey Albright (RazzBall, @razzball): Since I drafted perfectly in all leagues, I’ve been fine.

Scott Swanay (FantasyBaseballSherpa, @fantasy_sherpa): It’s probably led me to take a few more chances streaming pitchers than I might have otherwise.

Doug Dennis (BaseballHQ, @dougdennis41): I have not adjusted anything as a result, but I am very short of offense on a few teams so being late to the party in FAAB on some offensive players has hurt.

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola): Fly ball distance is increasing, so the window to act may be closing – or opening. It’s closing to take advantage of low-walk, high fly ball pitchers, but opening to avoid them.

Tout Wars FAAB Report: Week of June 24

Here are the results of this week’s FAB bidding. Remember, if you want to check out the standings, rosters and full transactions for particular league, just click in the section heading.

American League

BRice, NYY Doug Dennis 298
LButler, Oak Doug Dennis 72
MSchuemann, Oak Andy Andres 42
TGrisham, NYY Larry Schechter 39
HKjerstad, Bal Jeff Erickson 35
RGonzalez, Bos Jason Collette 34
AMartin, Min Larry Schechter 29
CStratton, KC Chris Blessing 23
BLee, Min Jeff Erickson 13
JoRodriguez, Cle Rob Leibowitz 13
GHampson, KC Eric Samulski 11
SBerroa, Tor Mike Podhorzer 9
LGarcia, Hou Eric Samulski 7
NVespi, Bal Howard Bender 6
ZKelly, Bos Howard Bender 6
CPoche, TB Larry Schechter 6
ChMartin, Bos Rob Leibowitz 4
KKelly, TB Doug Dennis 2
KKiermaier, Tor Andy Andres 1
KFarmer, Min Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 1
ZPlesac, LAA Jeff Erickson 1
RMcGuire, Bos Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 0

National League

AChapman, Pit Wilderman/Prior 249
STurnbull, Phi Brendan Tuma 139
GMitchell, Mil Erik Halterman 62
KHernandez, LAD Scott Pianowski 25
TBarnhart, Ari Peter Kreutzer 23
KClemens, Phi Brian Walton 12
NMartini, Cin Ian Kahn 12
CPache, Phi Brendan Tuma 9
FWall, Atl Rick Graham 9
DMillas, Was Wilderman/Prior 9
KTyler, Mia Peter Kreutzer 8
TNido, ChC Grey Albright 2
ATrejo, Col Brendan Tuma 2
AMorejon, SD Phil Hertz 2
KHendricks, ChC Brian Walton 2
BCrawford, StL Scott Pianowski 1
DSmyly, ChC Phil Hertz 1
ABarnes, LAD Erik Halterman 1
GSoto, Phi Steve Gardner 0
ASanchez, Mia Peter Kreutzer 0

Mixed Auction

STurnbull, Phi Jeff Zimmerman 78
LKnack, LAD Andy Behrens 41
BRice, NYY Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 37
JMcCarthy, Ari Scott Engel 27
NVelazquez, KC Jeff Zimmerman 24
AChapman, Pit Scott Engel 20
HGoodman, Col Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 17
JPaxton, LAD Frank Stampfl 17
CBrewer, ChC Andy Behrens 16
GCanning, LAA Scott Swanay 13
AMartin, Min Scott Swanay 10
NPearson, Tor Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 7
JBrebbia, CWS Tristan Cockcroft 5
MDubon, Hou Andy Behrens 5
FFermin, KC Andy Behrens 5
NSchanuel, LAA Frank Stampfl 3
JJobe, Det Brent Hershey 2
BRortvedt, TB Brent Hershey 2
MSchuemann, Oak Tristan Cockcroft 0

Mixed Draft

BRice, NYY Mike Gianella 121
AChapman, Pit Adam Ronis 78
CGreen, Tor Ryan Bloomfield 63
CQuantrill, Col D.J. Short 30
JLoperfido, Hou Dr. Roto 30
CHolderman, Pit Anthony Aniano 25
DSchneemann, Cle Garion Thorne 15
RDetmers, LAA Seth Trachtman 10
HGoodman, Col Dr. Roto 10
RGarrett, NYM Mike Gianella 10
JBrebbia, CWS Dr. Roto 6
KFreeland, Col Garion Thorne 3
KHigashioka, SD Rudy Gamble 3
HCrouse, LAA Tim McLeod 1
JHeyward, LAD Scott White 0
LKnack, LAD Shelly Verougstraete 0

Head to Head

JKelenic, Atl Sky Dombroske 52
MChapman, SF Ryan Hallam 35
CMcCormick, Hou Michael Govier 32
AHeaney, Tex Sky Dombroske 31
HKjerstad, Bal Michael Govier 28
STurnbull, Phi Greg Jewett 27
HGoodman, Col Ryan Hallam 22
HHarris, Oak Ryan Hallam 22
MSpence, Oak Lauren Auerbach 19
DCanzone, Sea Greg Jewett 18
MCanha, Det Ariel Cohen 14
JAdell, LAA Ariel Cohen 13
YChirinos, Mia Michael Govier 8
DMoore, Sea Lauren Auerbach 5
JTrevino, NYY Lauren Auerbach 3

Mixed Draft with Alternate Categories

JMcCarthy, Ari Matt Trussell 107
BRice, NYY Matt Cederholm 47
JCannon, CWS Geoff Pontes 47
HGoodman, Col Chris Towers 41
DSchneemann, Cle Derek VanRiper 37
SCecconi, Ari Matt Cederholm 27
BFalter, Pit Ray Flowers 26
EValdez, Bos Sara Sanchez 24
TRogers, Mia Chris Clegg 23
JusTurner, Tor Ray Flowers 23
MRojas, LAD Matt Cederholm 23
ADuvall, Atl Sara Sanchez 16
JMeneses, Was Chris Clegg 7
BRortvedt, TB Jeff Boggis 5
HBrazoban, Mia Jeff Boggis 3
PCorbin, Was Jeff Boggis 3
CFlexen, CWS Jeff Boggis 3
KHendricks, ChC Jeff Boggis 3
ABarger, Tor Chris Clegg 3
RTellez, Pit Joe Orrico 2
RGonzalez, Bos Jeff Boggis 1
GLux, LAD Chris Clegg 1
JStallings, Col Geoff Pontes 1

Tout Wars FAB Report: Week of June 17

Here are the results of this week’s FAB bidding. Remember, if you want to check out the standings, rosters and full transactions for particular league, just click in the section heading.

American League

DWaters, KC Jason Collette 21
JWestbrook, Bos Jeff Erickson 5
ABarger, Tor Eric Samulski 71
RStanek, Sea Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 90
JCannon, CWS Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 14
MStefanic, LAA Doug Dennis 8
OCabrera, NYY Doug Dennis 8
MTonkin, NYY Andy Andres 0
ZMcKinstry, Det Andy Andres 41
TCabbage, Hou Andy Andres 7
JMcCann, Bal Andy Andres 0
YRodriguez, Tor Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 8
AZerpa, KC Jeff Erickson 0
DJimenez, Oak Rob Leibowitz 0

National League

DHerz, Was Peter Kreutzer 83
CBiggio, LAD Scott Pianowski 83
CSpiers, Cin Brian Walton 57
TAnderson, Mia Derek Carty 52
RLaureano, Atl Peter Kreutzer 33
RMunoz, Mia Brian Walton 31
DrSmith, NYM Brian Walton 22
GStubbs, Phi Steve Gardner 21
JQuintana, NYM Ian Kahn 8
DLee, Atl Grey Albright 7
TMiller, ChC Phil Hertz 6
SDominguez, Phi Steve Gardner 6
TLipscomb, Was Ian Kahn 3
EParedes, Mil Brendan Tuma 2
KGinkel, Ari Rick Graham 2
SReidFoley, NYM Phil Hertz 1
JPMartinez, Atl Rick Graham 1
MVargas, LAD Rick Graham 1
PPages, StL Brendan Tuma 1
RMarchan, Phi Derek Carty 0

Mixed Auction

DSchneemann, Cle Kev Mahserejian 55
CSpiers, Cin Jeff Zimmerman 42
JCave, Col Todd Zola 37
JStallings, Col Todd Zola 33
SManaea, NYM Alex Chamberlain 33
CPovich, Bal Kev Mahserejian 33
WBenson, Cin Kev Mahserejian 33
JCannon, CWS Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 31
RStanek, Sea Dave Adler 23
GUrshela, Det Brent Hershey 19
JMeneses, Was Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 17
MMikolas, StL Frank Stampfl 13
AHays, Bal Tristan Cockcroft 10
JRojas, Sea Andy Behrens 6
TMyers, Mil Scott Engel 6
EValdez, Bos Scott Engel 4
MAmaya, ChC Justin Mason 1
GLux, LAD Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 1
AKittredge, StL Andy Behrens 0
TWalker, Phi Scott Swanay 0

Mixed Draft

TSoderStrom, Oak Brian Entrekin 111
AHays, Bal Brian Entrekin 77
MDubon, Hou Anthony Aniano 65
JCannon, CWS Ryan Bloomfield 48
TMyers, Mil D.J. Short 35
RStanek, Sea Dr. Roto 30
CSpiers, Cin Dr. Roto 30
GUrshela, Det Brian Entrekin 21
JMeneses, Was Dr. Roto 19
MToglia, Col Tim McLeod 17
LSosa, CWS Adam Ronis 16
DHerz, Was Scott White 13
TKinley, Col Rudy Gamble 13
MAmaya, ChC Ray Murphy 9
NPearson, Tor Tim McLeod 6
GJax, Min Mike Gianella 6
EDuran, Tex Adam Ronis 6
BWalston, Ari Shelly Verougstraete 3
JStallings, Col Tim McLeod 2
JSingleton, Hou Scott White 0

Head to Head

TMyers, Mil JB Branson 88
DHamilton, Bos Nick Pollack 76
JMerrill, SD Nick Pollack 62
JChourio, Mil Nick Pollack 41
TSoderStrom, Oak Greg Jewett 36
CFRodriguez, Mil Michael Govier 32
LSosa, CWS Michael Govier 18
CEstevez, LAA Greg Jewett 18
MToglia, Col Michael Govier 16
CBlackmon, Col Ariel Cohen 13
JBurger, Mia Joe Gallina 13
SHorwitz, Tor Lauren Auerbach 13
JSiri, TB Greg Jewett 9
YRodriguez, Tor Joe Gallina 5
JSprings, TB Joe Gallina 2
FFermin, KC Joe Gallina 1

Mixed Draft with Alternate Categories

TMyers, Mil Zach Steinhorn 73
DThorpe, CWS Chris Clegg 63
VRobles, Sea Chris Towers 61
GSanchez, Mil Sara Sanchez 46
AMcCutchen, Pit Chris Towers 42
TSoderStrom, Oak Ray Flowers 34
JBurger, Mia Matt Cederholm 31
LSosa, CWS Chris Clegg 23
CPovich, Bal Chris Towers 21
DHerz, Was Chris Towers 17
CSpiers, Cin Ryan Boyer 14
JTrevino, NYY Sara Sanchez 12
BPerkins, Mil Matt Cederholm 11
MMelendez, KC Derek VanRiper 11
GUrshela, Det Ray Flowers 11
HGaddis, Cle Sara Sanchez 9
JQuintana, NYM Matt Cederholm 4
CRea, Mil Matt Cederholm 3
BWilson, Mil Derek VanRiper 3
AHeaney, Tex Derek VanRiper 3
MMoniak, LAA Ryan Boyer 1

Tout Table: Draft Day Regrets

If Frank Sinatra can have regrets, so can the Touts.

What is your biggest draft day regret?

Jeff Boggis (Fantasy Football Empire, @JeffBoggis): My biggest draft day regret is drafting a starting pitcher with the 4th overall pick. I drafted Spencer Strider and he’s out for the season. Too many injuries to starting pitchers this season. I passed on the likes of Julio Rodriguez and Bobby Witt Jr.. Big mistake.

Chris Clegg (Pitcher List, @RotoClegg): My biggest draft day regrets have come in leagues where I invested heavily in pitching. Obviously, we could not predict the injuries, but passing up on good bats has hurt me in several places. Especially AL LABR where my three most expensive draft day buys were Gerrit Cole, Pablo Lopez, and Josh Hader.

Chris Blessing (BaseballHQ, @C_Blessing): My biggest draft day regret is that I don’t carb load enough before the draft. If I am overanalyzing a pick when I am on the clock or bidding, it’s a bad omen. You make mistakes when you don’t trust your instincts and preparation on draft day. Every pick I’ve regretted this year has been picks I’ve overanalyzed, whether it’s my multiple shares in Andres Gimenez or me wanting to overpay for pitching when there are similar gets to be had later in the draft or at a lower price.

Patrick Davitt (BaseballHQ, @patrickdavitt): Across the board(s), I relied too heavily on “boring old veterans” at seemingly great prices. Lindor, Arenado, Goldschmidt, Springer, Santana, Abreu … ugh.

Brian Entrekin (Fantasy Pros, BaseballHQ, @bdentrek): My biggest regret is taking 1B for granted. I really thought the position was deep and that waiting for Rizzo, Bell and others would be fine. That has not been the case. I loved Josh Naylor but thought waiting was better answer…definitely a major regret of mine.

Derek Carty (RotoGrinders, @DerekCarty): Spending $38 on a guy who made two starts with a 7.00 ERA.

JB Branson (Rotoballer, @RowdyRotoJB): The amount of collective money I spent across my leagues on two young Texas Outfielders with 75 combined big-league PA.

Peter Kreutzer (, @kroyte): In pursuit of an inexpensive pitching staff I made risky plays on the free agents Blake Snell ($5) and Jordan Montgomery ($5) and injured guys Braxton Garrett ($7) and Jameson Taillon ($3) and was very excited when both Snell and Montgomery landed in the NL. i ‘won” the injured guys bets, too, insofar as they’re both pitching, but Snell, Montgomery, and Garrett have been terrible and have offset the strong efforts of Max Fried, Jordan Hicks, and Taillon. I regret getting excited.

Ariel Cohen (CBS Sports, @ATCNY): I’ll answer this a bit differently than most. I don’t have too many regrets – because I stuck to my draft process. There is a range of outcomes that can happen – both on the positive and negative side. I do NOT regret passing on Elly De La Cruz. I think that was the right well thought out process. His draft price was prohibitive, and he was hitting (for a month) almost his upside outcome. I don’t regret drafting Acuna at 1.1 – because that was the right player to bet on to hold a very high value. Unless you knew he was going to be injured for the season on his “good” knee, there was nothing wrong with that process. Perhaps maybe I regret not having even more Taylor Ward shares — but auctions are dynamic, and there were other bargains available to me at the time that I couldn’t pass up. On the whole, I choose not to regret what I did on draft day 2024.

Brent Hershey (Baseball HQ, @BrentHQ): This might be a “too many teams” problem … but not rostering (mostly young-ish) players who I had identified as soft “targets” for 2023 who didn’t have good seasons last year, for either health or performance reasons. It’s the year-too-early syndrome: C Schmidt (pre-injury), Bohm, N Cortes, Sale, J Ryan, etc. It’s succumbing to recency bias, somehow figuring they were lost causes since they struggled in 2023. Injuries happen, and not all the youngsters get better. I’ll be revisiting my 2024 prep with this in mind for 2025.

Justin Mason (Friends With Fantasy Benefits, @JustinMasonFWFB): My biggest draft day regret is not getting enough power. While I like to draft a balanced roster, I didn’t put enough emphasis on getting a good power base for my teams and with the dearth of power this season, it is hard to make up for it on the waiver wire.

Andy Behrens (Yahoo Fantasy Sports, @andybehrens): It’s not specifically a Tout regret, but I can tell you I’m not entirely pleased with the production I’ve received from Nolan Jones across various leagues. (I’m ashamed to say the exact number.) We all knew he’d regress to some extent, but I still thought the power/speed totals would ultimately prove useful. Instead, he was a mess to begin the season, then injured and reinjured, and now the team is hesitant to end his rehab due to an ongoing inability to hit. So yes, I am experiencing certain Jones-related fantasy regrets.

Jeff Zimmerman (Fangraphs, @jeffwzimmerman): First, I scheduled an Auction for the fourth draft over the weekend. I was burnt by that point, and it showed. I need to be rested before one. Second, too many leagues. This year I’ll be able to plan around the CLQ at the NFBC. Third, I need to get one more arm in the first 10 rounds. My teams are unbalanced heavily to the hitting side. Finally, no more paying up for untalented stolen base threats (e.g. Hoerner). There are plenty of untalented stolen bases threats available on the waiver wire.

Michael A. Stein (Fantasy Judgment, @FantasyJudgment): My biggest regret is targeting pitching early because of all the injuries I have sustained. I don’t specifically regret the individual pitchers I drafted who deserved to be taken early, but that decision to aim high on upper-echelon starters early in drafts gave me a false sense of security to pass on additional pitching depth over the next several rounds. This has left me with a lack of depth that I have not been able to overcome. I also underestimated the availability of power hitters because I was focusing on players with more versatility given the increase in stolen bases.

Frank Ammirante (The GameDayHQ, @FAmmiranteTFJ): My biggest regret is not getting any Shota Imanaga shares. I liked him but I should have prioritized him more.

Ray Flowers (Fantasy Guru, @TheRayFlowers): Recommending to anyone it was safe to draft Corbin Carroll. Obviously, we all missed on him, but his effort to date has been simply disastrous.

Dr. Roto (, @DrRoto): Waiting on closers!! Taking Tanner Scott has been detrimental to more than one of my rosters.

Scott Engel (The Game Day, @ScottETheKing): Not being more aggressive on superstars, especially when I nailed Brice Turang, Jordan Westburg, Maysn Winn, Jurickson Profar, and Jack Flaherty during dollar days. I did not spend up enough for prime power in the Mixed Auction and I am not feeling the overall impact of my cheaper gems enough.

Rudy Gamble (Razzball, @RudyGamble): Drafting Strider over Bobby Witt with pick 2 in my Main Event was catastrophic. Not thrilled about paying full retail price for Wyatt Langford in that draft either.

Fred Zinkie (Yahoo/Rotowire, @FredZinkieMLB): Two words. Corbin Carroll.

Michael Govier (Pallazzo Podcast, @mjgovier): Justin Mason did me a massive solid by drafting for me in NYC since I couldn’t make it last minute. I’ll never forget that. I can’t use my Tout team for this question, so I’ll go in another direction. My draft day regret comes from sticking to diversification across multiple drafts & formats instead of sticking to the prep work I did in the offseason which revealed to me the players who offered greater value beyond their generally expected output based on auction price. We diversify across multiple drafts to hopefully limit our risk & exposure to being universally stuck with a player who may not live up to our expectations in-season. The threat of a player missing large amounts of time due to unforeseen injuries also strikes fear in the hearts of fantasy managers everywhere. Going all in on players analyzed from multiple perspectives certainly holds boom or bust potential. My point is simple: if you trust your work & feel secure about the analysis you’ve done, then I say ride the snake! It’s worth it! Yes, injuries can derail your season without any warning, but for volume players the strike-it-rich potential of sticking with your guys is very appealing to me. If the price is working the waiver wire a little bit harder than I wanted to, I still say it’s worth the payout. In the end are your goals focused on dominating your home league only or would you rather achieve total hegemonic control across several leagues?

CJ Kaltenbach (Fantasy Guru, @TheSeigeDFS): Assuming the baseball wouldn’t change again. over drafted pitching thinking it would be at a premium when instead it’s hitting that’s at a premium

Alex Chamberlain (FanGraphs, @DolphHauldhagen): For Tout Wars, I want to be competitive and show well. I also want to have fun and use it as an opportunity to grab guys I like but didn’t end up very much or at all on other teams. Needless to say, starting a bidding war on Cedric Mullins II with Justin Mason just for fun has been a catastrophic waste of $15. I also, for the third year, did not draft enough pitching depth—and while my pitching is neither great nor horrible, it is thin, and the lack of depth has been painful. In 15-team leagues the waiver wire is routinely barren—and when it’s not, the bidding is cutthroat.

Mike Gianella (Baseball Prospectus, @MikeGianella): Not getting as much Aaron Judge on as many teams as possible. I had him ranked higher than almost anyone and only have him on 1/4 of my teams.

Bret Sayre (Baseball Prospectus, @BretSayreBP): My biggest regret was not taking Paul Skenes with either one of my final active roster spots or my first reserve (Yennier Cano). I was too worried about not having enough saves, despite being very bullish on Skenes’ talent.

Jason Collette (Rotowire, @): Taking on too many old & safe guys which have been anything but this season. The aging curve appears to be accelerating on certain players as the mush ball is not traveling this season since we’re seeing a 10% decline on home runs per balls put into play

Rick Graham (Pitcher List, @IAmRickGraham): I see a few people mention that they regret taking veterans, but I definitely regret falling for prospect hype, specifically Wyatt Langford and Jackson Chourio. I usually stay away from those guys but decided to bite in a few leagues this year unfortunately.

Scott Swanay (FantasyBaseballSherpa, @fantasy_sherpa): For Tout Wars Mixed League Auction specifically, it’s not learning more from Brett Sayre, who’s leaned heavily into a stars & scrubs approach, and is also willing to spend significantly more than the traditional $180 of a $260 budget on Hitting. There’s a reason he’s the defending champ and leading this year by 20+ points.

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola): By far, my biggest draft day regret is not having the food for the H2H draft delivered to the hotel on Sunday morning, and instead shlepping it several blocks, including having to go underground in the subway area since the road was blocked due to the road race. Fortunately, Jeff E helped lighten the load, and the H2H drafters are the best, so it ended up fine, but still…

Vlad Sedler (FTN Fantasy, @rotogut): My biggest regret is an odd one but it’s Austin Wells as my punt C2 in most of my leagues. He’s done virtually nothing, has been losing PT to Jose Trevino, and as expected, he crushes a dinger in his first start since I’ve dropped him.

Shelly Verougstraete (Fantasy Feud Podcast, @ShellyV_643): My biggest regret was not drafting enough power and middle of the order bats. I prioritized too many leadoff hitters so while my PAs and runs are through the roof, I’d really love some RBIs.

Dave Adler (Baseball HQ, @daveadler01): I don’t really get draft day regrets. I always go into drafts with a plan – as well as backup strategies in case the table is doing something other than anticipated. You’ll always have needs coming out of a draft, or players will underperform. You just need to stay attentive throughout the year, and address those needs via free agent acquisitions or trades.

Ryan Boyer (Rotowire, Baseball Prospectus, @RyanPBoyer): You’d think this would be the year to essentially punt on average (which was not my intention) since no one is hitting, but my teams have put that theory to test. I am at or near the bottom of nearly all of my leagues in the average category and that’s a tough hole to climb out of. I just need Corey Seager to hit .600 the rest of the way, is all.

Corbin Young (Baseball HQ, Rotowire, @corbin_young21): Typically, I leaned into a heavy pitching build, so my teams were chasing hitting during the season, but I took a different approach this year. So, I’m chasing pitching and doing relatively well in hitting. A few regrets include not prioritizing saves earlier on, not enough Mitch Keller, and being or feeling like a worse drafter with a fast clock.

Phil Hertz (Baseball HQ, @prhz50): I’ll mention two inter-related regrets. With Tout Wars having no minimum inning requirement, I went into the draft planning on getting all relievers (including at least two top closers). However, when I saw another Tout trying to do the same thing, I deviated from my plan. I wish I had stuck to my guns. The related item was choosing Edwin Diaz as the more expensive of the two closers chosen.

Erik Halterman (Rotowire, @erik_halterman): In Tout Wars, I’m still trying to decide the extent to which I regret my $18 Jordan Walker. I’m neither a Walker guy nor a Walker hater, but if I’m not actively excited by him, why did I spend that much on a player with real downside? I didn’t hate the price, but if I didn’t love the player, should I have passed? Outside of Tout Wars: why do I have so many shares of Blake Snell? I’m fine being someone who is higher on risky, high-strikeout arms than most drafters, so I don’t regret my early offseason drafts where I landed him. But when I moved him down the board as he remained unsigned, others moved him down even faster, and I kept drafting him. In hindsight, he seems like a very easily avoidable mistake.

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola): OK, other than the breakfast fiasco, my regret is not following through on my intention to spend more on high-end batters. I’m happy with how I rostered pitching, but I should have been much more starrier and scrubbier with my sticks.

Tout Wars FAB Report: Week of June 10

Here are the results of this week’s FAB bidding. Remember, if you want to check out the standings, rosters and full transactions for particular league, just click in the section heading.

American League

TLocklear, Sea Andy Andres 178
CNorby, Bal Jeff Erickson 173
DThorpe, CWS Chris Blessing 79
VRobles, Sea Patrick Davitt 39
LSosa, CWS Eric Samulski 23
HHarris, Oak Rob Leibowitz 17
BDalbec, Bos Eric Samulski 11
JDeLuca, TB Rob Leibowitz 9
TGrisham, NYY Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 8
LMedina, Oak Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 8
MSpence, Oak Rob Leibowitz 7
JUrena, Tex Jason Collette 5
SMiller, Det Doug Dennis 3
GCooper, Bos Doug Dennis 2
RGrossman, Tex Doug Dennis 2
ARendon, LAA Jason Collette 1
GWeissert, Bos Patrick Davitt 0
SHentges, Cle Doug Dennis 0

National League

AAmador, Col Grey Albright 133
HWaldrep, Atl Steve Gardner 88
KWinn, SF Peter Kreutzer 77
DDahl, Phi Rick Graham 54
JIglesias, NYM Brian Walton 45
LTorrens, NYM Scott Pianowski 44
MToglia, Col Phil Hertz 37
TMyers, Mil Brian Walton 33
ASlater, SF Wilderman/Prior 19
BAnderson, Atl Wilderman/Prior 19
JDiekman, NYM Grey Albright 12
DBote, ChC Wilderman/Prior 11
RKerr, Atl Brendan Tuma 7
XEdwards, Mia Erik Halterman 6
TRogers, Mia Erik Halterman 6
JKoenig, Mil Brendan Tuma 2
RVasquez, SD Derek Carty 2
KHigashioka, SD Ian Kahn 2
BDunn, Cin Rick Graham 1
CPache, Phi Ian Kahn 1
YGomes, ChC Wilderman/Prior 1
PSmith, Ari Derek Carty 0

Mixed Auction

JSoler, SF Scott Swanay 128
CNorby, Bal Tristan Cockcroft 111
KHarrison, SF Andy Behrens 96
DThorpe, CWS Frank Stampfl 72
MMeyer, Mia Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 56
HDavis, Pit Scott Engel 48
CJulks, CWS Scott Swanay 48
TKinley, Col Scott Engel 43
HWaldrep, Atl Andy Behrens 41
RRefsnyder, Bos Todd Zola 37
JEstes, Oak Todd Zola 37
NMarte, Cin Dave Adler 36
JSuarez, LAA Jeff Zimmerman 35
SHorwitz, Tor Jeff Zimmerman 34
CMcCormick, Hou Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 26
CFRodriguez, Mil Scott Engel 23
AAmador, Col Scott Chu 21
BAlexander, Ari Brent Hershey 17
DHerz, Was Jeff Zimmerman 12
JLoperfido, Hou Scott Engel 12
JSiri, TB Tristan Cockcroft 10
DSolano, SD Scott Chu 7
WFlores, SF Alex Chamberlain 5
FCruz, Cin Brent Hershey 4
JAbreu, Hou Kev Mahserejian 1

Mixed Draft

MMeyer, Mia Seth Trachtman 95
HWaldrep, Atl Anthony Aniano 85
AAmador, Col Scott White 76
SWoodsRichardson, Min Garion Thorne 75
JEstes, Oak Anthony Aniano 55
JLawlar, Ari Dr. Roto 40
CNorby, Bal D.J. Short 40
DThorpe, CWS Tim McLeod 39
SHorwitz, Tor Seth Trachtman 36
AVaughn, CWS Tim McLeod 27
WFlores, SF Ryan Bloomfield 25
JSuwinski, Pit Dr. Roto 20
BPerkins, Mil Adam Ronis 18
BJoyce, LAA Ray Murphy 11
XEdwards, Mia Seth Trachtman 11
TLocklear, Sea Scott White 8
MMelendez, KC Shelly Verougstraete 2
CFRodriguez, Mil Scott White 1
MManning, Det Dr. Roto 1
JQuintana, NYM Mike Gianella 0
BHudson, Mil Shelly Verougstraete 0

Head to Head

HWaldrep, Atl Clay Link 65
JSmith, Tex Greg Jewett 45
HelRamos, SF Joe Gallina 44
LGurriel, Ari Michael Govier 32
DThorpe, CWS Michael Govier 24
YGarcia, Tor Greg Jewett 18
MMikolas, StL Blake Meyer 17
APallante, StL Ryan Hallam 13
TLocklear, Sea Joe Gallina 13
MMelendez, KC Ryan Hallam 11
AVaughn, CWS Greg Jewett 9
CRea, Mil Greg Jewett 3
BPerkins, Mil Lauren Auerbach 3
MMeyer, Mia Joe Gallina 2
CNorby, Bal Clay Link 0

Mixed Draft with Alternate Categories

HWaldrep, Atl Ryan Boyer 110
TLocklear, Sea Chris Clegg 54
MMikolas, StL Ray Flowers 43
AAmador, Col Ray Flowers 36
GSheets, CWS Ray Flowers 29
KRuiz, Was Chris Clegg 25
SHorwitz, Tor C.J. Kaltenbach 23
MToglia, Col C.J. Kaltenbach 13
KWinn, SF C.J. Kaltenbach 7
BTreinen, LAD C.J. Kaltenbach 7
CHolderman, Pit Chris Clegg 5
JSuwinski, Pit Ryan Boyer 3
RWalker, SF Matt Trussell 3
CFRodriguez, Mil Derek VanRiper 3

Tout Wars FAB Report: Week of June 3

Here are the results of this week’s FAB bidding. Remember, if you want to check out the standings, rosters and full transactions for particular league, just click in the section heading.

American League

CPoteet, NYY Chris Blessing 59
EValdez, Bos Chris Blessing 57
JMalloy, Det Chris Blessing 55
ADiaz, Oak Eric Samulski 41
ABaddoo, Det Larry Schechter 27
RBliss, Sea Doug Dennis 21
DSchneemann, Cle Jason Collette 20
ChMartin, Bos Doug Dennis 19
TJankowski, Tex Jeff Erickson 11
DJimenez, Oak Chris Blessing 11
JEstes, Oak Jeff Erickson 7
KBubic, KC Jason Collette 3
CCarrasco, Cle Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 1
OColas, CWS Rick Wolf/Glenn Colton 1

National League

CSchmitt, SF Ian Kahn 36
TBrooks, SF Peter Kreutzer 33
SSchwellenbach, Atl Peter Kreutzer 23
TNido, NYM Ian Kahn 13
DedNunez, NYM Phil Hertz 8
APallante, StL Brian Walton 5
DMay, LAD Ian Kahn 4
ERivera, Mia Grey Albright 3
SMoll, Cin Grey Albright 2
BHughes, Ari Grey Albright 2
LMaile, Cin Rick Graham 1
DPeralta, SD Rick Graham 1
SFairchild, Cin Rick Graham 1
NMartini, Cin Rick Graham 1
GStubbs, Phi Phil Hertz 0
JBrito, SD Derek Carty 0
AKittredge, StL Derek Carty 0

Mixed Auction

YGarcia, Tor Dave Adler 79
DPeterson, NYM Todd Zola 47
JMiranda, Min Todd Zola 47
TWilliams, Was Justin Mason 37
RBliss, Sea Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 37
MAndujar, Oak Scott Chu 36
OLopez, Mia Andy Behrens 36
MSpence, Oak Todd Zola 33
PCrowArmstrong, ChC Brent Hershey 33
ADuvall, Atl Frank Stampfl 28
SSchwellenbach, Atl Jeff Zimmerman 25
JMalloy, Det Jeff Zimmerman 21
CBlackmon, Col Tristan Cockcroft 21
CPoteet, NYY Scott Chu 21
KPillar, LAA Tristan Cockcroft 17
JSanchez, Mia Kev Mahserejian 16
AGomber, Col Bret Sayre 12
BFrancis, Tor Justin Mason 7
EMontero, Col Scott Chu 7
AKirk, Tor Justin Mason 5
JMcCarthy, Ari Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 5
CGreen, Tor Brent Hershey 3
CCavalli, Was Doug Anderson – Mike Carter 3
BFalter, Pit Scott Engel 2
DCanzone, Sea Kev Mahserejian 1
NFortes, Mia Scott Engel 0

Mixed Draft

SSchwellenbach, Atl Seth Trachtman 136
SArrighetti, Hou Anthony Aniano 95
DHamilton, Bos D.J. Short 75
RGarrett, NYM Rudy Gamble 68
MWaldron, SD D.J. Short 60
MAndujar, Oak Ray Murphy 49
CCriswell, Bos Ryan Bloomfield 39
EValdez, Bos Seth Trachtman 34
MMikolas, StL Mike Gianella 26
CQuantrill, Col D.J. Short 25
JEstrada, SD Mike Gianella 24
KPillar, LAA Brian Entrekin 21
JSanchez, Mia Brian Entrekin 21
JMalloy, Det Tim McLeod 19
BWisely, SF Brian Entrekin 12
JMcCarthy, Ari Dr. Roto 10
MSchuemann, Oak Shelly Verougstraete 5
CHolderman, Pit Tim McLeod 0
JPayamps, Mil Mike Gianella 0
LGarcia, Hou Scott White 0

Head to Head

DPeterson, NYM Clay Link 63
MVientos, NYM Ryan Hallam 47
MAndujar, Oak Nick Pollack 41
SSchwellenbach, Atl Sky Dombroske 41
TWilliams, Was Ariel Cohen 34
MVierling, Det Michael Govier 33
JIndia, Cin Sky Dombroske 33
WBenson, Cin Ryan Hallam 31
PBailey, SF Sky Dombroske 31
JEstrada, SD Frank Ammirante 29
TLarnach, Min Clay Link 25
JMiranda, Min Greg Jewett 18
RWeathers, Mia Nick Pollack 17
BWilson, Mil Joe Gallina 13
CKimbrel, Bal Blake Meyer 11
LRaley, Sea Greg Jewett 9
JEstes, Oak Lauren Auerbach 8
KBubic, KC Michael Govier 7
DSolano, SD Blake Meyer 5

Mixed Draft with Alternate Categories

JPCrawford, Sea Geoff Pontes 99
SArrighetti, Hou Geoff Pontes 66
CKeith, Det Matt Trussell 49
MAndujar, Oak C.J. Kaltenbach 47
MVientos, NYM Matt Trussell 47
MSchuemann, Oak Carlos Marcano 32
LWeaver, NYY Matt Cederholm 29
BFalter, Pit Geoff Pontes 27
OLopez, Mia Sara Sanchez 26
DCoulombe, Bal Sara Sanchez 24
CJulks, CWS Derek VanRiper 22
JMalloy, Det Ryan Boyer 22
YGarcia, Tor Matt Trussell 19
BFrancis, Tor Joe Orrico 18
IKinerFalefa, Tor Joe Orrico 15
SSchwellenbach, Atl Ryan Boyer 12
CSmith, Cle Carlos Marcano 7
SBouchard, Col John Laghezza 6
FFermin, KC Matt Cederholm 4