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Tommy Pham Stats
|Last 7 Days||4||16||14||3||1||0||0||0||0||2||3||12.5||18.8||0.214||0.313||0.214||0.527||0.273||-4.9|
|Last 30 Days||4||16||14||3||1||0||0||0||0||2||3||12.5||18.8||0.214||0.313||0.214||0.527||0.273||-5.1|
Tommy Pham Projections | Rest of Season, Preseason, Next 7 Day
Tommy Pham projected to 150 Games vs RHP and LHP with 12 team mixed fantasy value. This helps identify a player's platoon value for fantasy baseball based on pitcher handedness. These projections by Steamer are a MUCH better indicator of a hitter's platoon splits than in-season stats since it involves multiple years of data and has been properly regressed to league averages. Since games are neutralized across players, values for everyday players may look smaller than for preseason/season to date/rest of season where they benefit from playing time advantages vs other players. In general, left-handed hitters have larger platoon splits.
Tommy Pham daily MLB projections and fantasy value for next 7-10 days. LU=Lineup. If the lineup has been released and incorporated into the projections, it is listed as "Live". Click link in LU to see the lineup at Baseball Press or click here to see San Diego Padres lineups for the last 6 days.
Tommy Pham daily fantasy baseball projections for DFS sites such as DraftKings and FanDuel. LU=Lineup. If the lineup has been released and incorporated into the projections, it is listed as "Live". Click link in LU to see the lineup at Baseball Press as well as previous 3 days' lineups.
Tommy Pham Game Log | Last 30 Days
Tommy Pham Batting Order Game Averages | Current Season
Tommy Pham current season averages per batting order spot along with 12 team mixed fantasy value ($). Only includes games started. Games started percentages for RHP vs LHP are based on last 30 days.
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Tommy Pham News | San Diego Padres
Tommy Pham Stats | Season
Tommy Pham stats and 5x5 fantasy value from 2010-2019.
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Tommy Pham Stats | Monthly
Tommy Pham 2019 fantasy value by month for 5x5 leagues.
Players exceeding projected BABIP are more likely to see a regression towards Expected AVG. Vice versa.
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Tommy Pham Fantasy Baseball | Rest of Season Player Rater
Tommy Pham Fantasy Baseball | Rest of Season Player Rater (non-standard 5x5)
Tommy Pham Fantasy Baseball | Preseason Player Rater
Based on our adjusted Steamer projections for 5x5 leagues with 67/33 hitter/pitcher split.
Tommy Pham Fantasy Baseball | Preseason Player Rater (non-standard 5x5)
Based on our adjusted Steamer projections with a 67/33 hitter/pitcher split.
Tommy Pham Fantasy Baseball | Season to Date Player Rater
Tommy Pham Fantasy Baseball | Season to Date Player Rater (non-standard 5x5)
Tommy Pham 2020 Projections | Preseason
Tommy Pham Fantasy Outlook For 2020
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|Can I please tell you guys and five girls something? I don’t love the outfielders going around 30 to 60 this year. Not 100% sure what happened. Or, as the kids say, I’m not 100. They say the same thing just without the percentage sign. These kids nowadays have no time for percentages! When I was a kid, I’d say, 'Mother, how much of a percentage of that cookie can I eat?' And Mother would reply, 'Just eat the gee-dee cookie so it will hopefully absorb some of the milk sitting on your mustache.' Any hoo! I just don’t love these outfielders in this tier. So, you think with your doe eyes and cherub face, 'Why not just rank these guys lower if you don’t want them?' A] I ranked them lower than most already. B] Just draft something else and stop giving me a hard time. C] There’s no C. To combine A & B with an example: Everyone, and I mean everyone, has Soler and Laureano ranked after Blackmon, Bryant, Giancarlo and just about everyone in this tier. So, if you want and/or need an outfielder, draft Laureano, Soler, Eloy or one of the outfielders I liked in the top 20 and stop worrying about drafting an outfielder I don’t like after them. There’s no earthly way you will see, say, Pham or Bryant available and not see one of the guys in the tier before who I like such as Laureano or Soler. Now the knucklehead who says something like, 'I don’t like Lauerano or Soler so would you suggest I draft Bryant or Pham instead?' Give me your IP address so I can shadow ban you. As for Pham, here’s what I said when he was traded to the Padres, 'Teams keep moving Pham like a game of musical chairs. Afraid that the music will stop, the fat lady will sing [without music accompaniment] and Pham will revert to be the guy we thought he was a few years ago, which is not much of anything, and I sound like a broken record from previous years, so maybe some people would wish the music would stop. Pham’s launch angle and ground balls are an absolute joke. Speaking of which, I’d give you a Knock, Knock joke for Pham’s power, but it’s more like knock, forty-five ground balls, then another knock. Be well, San Diego and its multitudes of white people, but it should be Sand Iego — I mean, have you been there? — and I don’t like Pham. I’m sorry, he is so woofy I see his falling xBA, Launch Angle, Barrel% and xSLG and I’m good, you enjoy him if you like.' And that’s me quoting me!|
Player data for Tommy Pham maintained by Rudy Gamble | Updated: EST