Around the League: Period 19 Recap
Don’t Test Me
Photo by USATSIColt 45s got the league’s top stolen base performance this week from Jonathan Villar. Villar stole all five of Colt 45s‘ stolen bases. His performance this week stopped his three game streak of not meeting his projections. His performance pushed Colt 45s from 12th to 11th in the stolen bases standings.
On the Rise
Photo by USATSIDEADWOODS’s 10th place wins ranking back in week five is a distant memory these days. They moved into 2nd place this week after winning 4 games. Coaches Francis Bujak and Guy Mawhinney’s squad got a nice group performance in that category, as four players beat the league average. Kyle Gibson was the first among equals, winning 1 game.
Photo by USATSITEABAGGERS had themselves a fine week in the RBIs category, producing 41 of them. They had two main stars in Miguel Sano and Mookie Betts, who together put up 20 RBIs. Betts already has five career three home run games after this performance Friday against the Yankees. TEABAGGERS were now out of the basement, no longer dead last in the RBIs standings.
Remember the Good Times
DEADZONES might have become a little complacent after their big 17 home run performance last week. They just couldn’t get it going in the HRs department, recording only 7 HRs. Coach Stetz’s squad suffered from nine zeros in that category, one of which came from Dustin Garneau, who also hit .000 and tallied 0 RBIs. No surprise then, DEADZONES fell from 3rd to 4th in the HRs standings, 1 HR behind SCHNOOKERS. DEADZONES also fell from 6th to 8th in the overall rankings.
What a Week!
SPACE COWBOYS showed, once again, how it’s supposed to be done this week. They topped all other teams for the week, earning 72.5 category points. Coach Denton’s squad won the week in RBIs and home runs after putting up 54 RBIs and 21 HRs, while also finishing in 3rd in stolen bases. SPACE COWBOYS stayed in 3rd place in the overall standings this week.
|Roto Weekly Performance|
|Week Rank||Team||Season Rank (of 228)||Season Percentile|
|7||CITY SLICKERS II||117||49th|