Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Spring Training Pitchers Power Poll: Week 2

Much like the Hitters Power Poll showed that I was giving at bats a bit too much weight, the same was becoming evident in the way I treated innings pitched in the pitcher's formula. Though not as much.

So I made some tweaks to this formula as well, and while the results didn't change that drastically, I think they're a bit more accurate.

So let's just get to them.

1Chris Sale 27 6 NA
2Brian Bruney 18 4 NA
3Hector Santiago 17 1 NA
4Dylan Axelrod 16 20 NA
4Nathan Jones 16 2 NA
6Zach Stewart 15 10 NA
6Eric Stults 15 5 NA
8Gavin Floyd 13 NA NA
9Addison Reed 12 22 NA
10Jake Peavy 11 23 NA
11Phil Humber 8 3 NA
11Nestor Molina 8 14 NA
11Will Ohman 8 14 NA
11Jose Quintana 8 14 NA
15Deunte Heath 7 8 NA
15Pedro Hernandez 7 6 NA
17Matt Thornton 6 20 NA
18Jesse Crain 4 10 NA
18Simon Castro 4 26 NA
18Greg Infante 4 14 NA
21Leyson Septimo 3 8 NA
22Jhan Marinez 2 10 NA
22Anthony Carter 2 10 NA
24Donnie Veal 0 14 NA
24Brandon Kloess 0 23 NA
26John Danks -2 23 NA
27Brian Omogrosso -5 27 NA
28Charlie Leesman -6 14 NA

I should probably point out that B game stats aren't included since I don't have them, which hurts Gavin Floyd a bit in these rankings.

Chris Sale got a big boost thanks to Monday's performance, in which he allowed only 2 hits and struck out 6, and that bumped him to the lead. Then there's Brian Bruney, who despite giving up the run and taking the loss on Monday, has still been fantastic in every other outing this spring.

Then there's John Danks, who has done nothing but suck for the most part.

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