A Hill O’ Beans is back on top after a couple of weeks in 4th place, nudging MasterofGrond down to second. They hit .311 and scored an RCL-best 60 runs, and also had an ERA under 3. There are still many teams in contention with seven weeks to go, so it should be a fun stretch run.
Check out the Master Standings (you can also access them via the Leagues menu up top) to see where your team ranks in comparison to the other 767 teams through Sunday. The page now includes sortable stats.
The Top 10
|#||RAZZBALL HANDLE||TEAM NAME||PTS.||Last|
|1||A Hill O’ Beans||My Mustache Has a Mustache||107.6||4|
|2||MasterofGrond||Waco Night Terrors||106.7||1|
|3||mauledbypandas||Josh Hamilton’s Fake Stache||105.4||6|
|7||Thats a Shame||102.8||16|
|9||Slocemb If You Got Em||102.4||12|
|10||Cali The Naysayers||102.1||5|
League Statistics: The ECFBL now has a League Competitive Index of 106 and are once again proving they are the toughest league. They lead in 7 of the 10 statistical categories (Runs, HR, RBI, SB, Saves, ERA, WHIP) and are second to Humm Baby in strikeouts. Cougars Welcomed, Humm Baby, and the 2012 Champions League are also very strong with an LCI of 104.
Free Agents: Danny Salazar was the most added player for the week, though after his less than stellar performance versus the Twins, he is starting to be dropped.
|Dane De La Rosa||50||+32|
EXPERTS: Looks like this league will be a dogfight to the end. Dr. Roto (.329/50 Runs/2.61 ERA) continues to lead by two points over Rudy, with Mike Podhorzer (.331/57 RBI) just another half point back. Grey made his move this week, jumping 2 spots to 4th with a 5.5-point gain, thanks to the top pitching line of the week. He earned 5 wins and 11 saves with a 2.36 ERA and 1.25 WHIP. His ERA on the season dropped to 3.69 from 3.77, its lowest mark since it was 3.66 in Week 9. Zack Greinke (2 Wins/1.42/1.26) and David Price (7 IP/0 ER) anchor Grey’s staff. Clay Davenport (.312/2.77 ERA) jumped 9-and-a-half points, but remained in 11th place. You can find all Expert League unofficial Week 19 stats here.
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Jack Full of Hate’s team moved up to 27th place overall behind the top hitting line of the week. Go Get Your Shinebox (Chicks Dig The Long Ball) hit .320 with 57 runs, 16 home runs, 52 RBI, and 12 stolen bases. Once again, Miguel Cabrera was the star of the top hitting team. Miggy hit .429 with 7 runs, 4 homers, and 11 RBI to lead the way. Adam Jones (.571/7 Runs/8 RBI/1 SB), Billy Butler (.429/6 Runs/5 RBI), Elvis Andrus (7 Runs/5 RBI/5 SB), and Jayson Werth (7 Runs/6 RBI) were also hitting on all cylinders.
Average: .366 (MidWest Carnival Folk – RCL on PEDs)
Runs: 60 (My Mustache Has a Mustache – Greys a BITER, says Garner)
HR: 19 (PSYCHO DAD 1 – Chicks Dig The Long Ball)
RBI: 69 (MidWest Carnival Folk – RCL on PEDs)
SB: 18 (PED Fanclub – Remember Matt Bush)
Besides Grey’s big week, several other teams had nice pitching lines. The Goats (The Big Rzepczynski) had fine outings from Matt Harvey and Hyun-Jin Ryu to finish with 7 wins and 6 saves, 67 strikeouts, an ERA of 2.35, and a WHIP of 0.87. Brew Crew (Fantasy Champions), led by Chris Sale and Stephen Strasburg, totaled 5 wins and 8 saves with an ERA of 1.33 and 1.01 WHIP. Team Dalmore (Beef SAGNOF!) had 6 wins, 8 saves, and a WHIP of 0.98.
Ks: 95 (Toronto Slacker – Razzballed)
Wins: 8 (Just Win Baby – Myrtle’s Acres, PublicEnemy #1 – Ones are GOOD right?)
Saves: 12 (Tennessee Jed – Real fake sports, jaywrong’s Yu Mad, Bro? – Razzball Elites)
ERA: 1.33 (40 IP min) (Brew Crew – Fantasy Champions)
WHIP: 0.77 (40 IP min) (Unlucky Injury Ward – Imposing Sea Creatures)
|DOGG E STYLE ltd|
57 R/10 HR/49 RBI/14 SB
42 K/2 W/2.10/0.93/10 S
|DOGG E STYLE ltd (Smoke Em If Ya Got Em) moved up 26 spots and into the top 40 overall in earning top team honors. The Blue Jay duo of Brett Lawrie and Jose Bautista each hit .435, with Lawrie tallying 5 runs, 4 RBI, and 3 steals while Bautista scored 6 runs and a couple of homers. Leonys Martin added 5 ribbies and 7 stolen bases. Billy Butler (6 Runs/5 RBI), Matt Carpenter (6 Runs), and Chris Davis (7 RBI) also contributed. Chris Sale (7.1 shutout innings) and a streamed Dan Haren earned victories, while David Price nearly matched Sale’s numbers, but left with a no-decision. Their best move was the benching of Francisco Liriano for his blowup in Denver. Kevin Gregg and Latroy Hawkins each recorded 3 saves, with the other 4 split by Koji Uehara and Danny Farquhar.|