Streaming Pitching So Far

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Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby OaktownSteve » Mon May 20, 2013 8:38 am

Anybody tracking their streaming so far? Fred?

Here's mine to date:

27 starts
155.33 IP
3.99 ERA
1.281 WHIP
118 Ks
6.83 K/9
4.37 K/Start
15 Wins
55.5% win percent

I'm carrying two starters, Gio and Harvey, and 8 relievers, Jansen, Janssen, Henderson, Valverde, Mujica, Smyly, Doolittle and Rosenthal.

Overall team numbers: 45 GS, 32 W, 42 Saves, 3.13 ERA, 1.064 WHIP, 389 K, 8.644 K per Start

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby Mauddib » Mon May 20, 2013 11:23 am

Looking solid.

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby Simply Fred » Tue May 21, 2013 11:02 pm

Steve, you are doing GREAT!

My first three weeks were insane. Then I felt invincible and ran 2 or 3 pitchers a day, anything that had 5 or higher in SON. Had a lot of blowups. Got a grip, and moved up to 10 or better in SON. This required reaching out up to 4 days to grab. The results for the last ten starts from May 16-21:

Average SON=12.3, projected average whip 1.17
15-day average era/whip for the ten before: 2.34/.88
era/whip for the ten starts: 1.71/1.09
5 W, 5 ND (zero L)
average percent owned: 13.1%
(didn't dig out the Ks)
8 Home, 2 Away

SON running strong above 10!

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby OaktownSteve » Thu May 23, 2013 2:39 pm

Fred are you going to be able to get to 180 starts only streaming high quality choices? I'm currently holding just two starters so I need to get about 115 starts out of streamers. I am finding I'm having to dig pretty deep. I know your plan was to stream 100% of your starts.

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby Simply Fred » Thu May 23, 2013 5:40 pm

72 starts, 50 different starters. the last 10 quality starts were over 6 days. so, yes, shouldn't be a problem reaching 180. I hit that mark 1st week of september last year.

Haven't held a starter over 2 games. drop as soon as next start not a top-ten SON.

To get those 10 quality in 6 days I did have to reach out up to 4 days on a few. so, not daily streaming, but not holding guys for 10 days when their next start projects poorly, either.

Keep up the great work. Your results will be the ones to beat season's end!!!

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby mindspin311 » Thu May 23, 2013 6:13 pm

I gotta get on this soon, we have a 100 transaction limit, so I can't go crazy.
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Hitting: R / H / 2B / 3B / HR / RBI / SB / BB / AVG
Pitching: GS / W / L / SV / K / ERA / WHIP / RAPP / QS

Roster TBD

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby microwave donut » Thu May 23, 2013 8:01 pm

ooo good thread!

So far I have 3.81/1.20/60K/5W in 80.1 innings of streamers (13 starts, but we use IP limit rather than starts). I did use Iwakuma 3 times at the beginning of the year though before someone decided to pick him up for good. That helped a lot. Lately I've been getting smoked.

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby AceUpMySleeve » Fri May 24, 2013 1:09 pm


Use this if you need some help determining your streamers so far.
10 Team Roto (9x9)
Roster Positions: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, OF, OF, OF, OF, Util, Util, SP, SP, RP, RP, P, P, P, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, DL, DL
Batters Stat Categories: R, 1B, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, SB, BB, AVG. 162 Game Max.
Pitcher Stat Categories: W, L, CG, SV, BB, K, ERA, WHIP, QS. 1700 IP Cap.

C Brian McCann
1B Prince Fielder
2B Aaron Hill
3B Blahtoon
SS Elvis Andrus
OF Ryan Braun
OF Yasiel Puig
OF Matt Holliday
OF Angel Pagan
UTL Adrian Gonzolez
UTL Grady Sizemore
BN George Springer
BN Nick Markakis

SP Felix Hernandez
SP Zack Grienke
RP Fernando Rodney
RP Jason Grilli
P Masahiro Tanaka
P Cole Hamels
P Hiroki Kuroda
BN Homer Bailey
BN Sergio Santos
DL Doug Fister

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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby Rudy Gamble » Tue May 28, 2013 3:39 pm

Fred -
Great ERA and solid WHIP so far given you're streaming so much. It's comparable to mine despite the fact I haven't streamed much this year (have had a great drafted quartet in Lee, F-Her, Lynn, and Holland + picked up Masterson for his nice Home start-heavy run).

It looks, though, like your team is facing some W and K challenges. We have comparable W and K totals but I'm only at 52 GS to your 83 GS. I see how you can stock up on 9 MRs when you max out on GS but it still feels like you're running short on those stats.

FYI, I've updated the Standings page so it's a lot easier to compare across teams. Vin doesn't have GS data in his feed so couldn't add that but you can see just about everything else of importance....


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Re: Streaming Pitching So Far

Postby Simply Fred » Wed May 29, 2013 4:37 pm

couldn't agree more on Ws. a number of 2R (and fewer with ND and L). probably part of the reasons the streamers weren't owned because their teams don't give 'em a lot of run support. The win% has improved a bunch since bumping up to 10+ in SON. Can'T see it improving enough to overcome the poor performers when i was over-confidently running them out there. a constant learning curve.

Moving forward, as long as one sticks to that 10+ from SON, should be pretty solid.

Thanks for bringing clarity FATHER (of SON)!

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