Around the League: Period 20 Recap

Around the League: Period 20 Recap

Check out this article to see information, stats, and recaps from the league’s action this week.

Leave it to Me

VladimirGuerreroJr080519Photo by USATSISHAMS got the league’s top batting average performance this week from Vladimir Guerrero. Guerrero hit .500 while leading SHAMS to a .262 BA overall. His two-homer, four-RBI Thursday night made MLB history for the youngster with a five-game RBI stretch no one else his age has accomplished before. SHAMS moved up the batting average standings for the 2nd straight week, going from 3rd to 2nd.

Closing Time

DEADZONES have been struggling in the saves category this season, but looked good this week. They were saving like they grew up in the depression, notching four overall. That was the highest save total of any team this week. As a result, DEADZONES moved up from 12th to 11th in the saves standings.

Team Effort

MiguelCabrera041616Photo by USATSIColt 45s is stuck in 4th place overall for the 3rd straight week, despite making some progress. They improved their rank in three stat categories, including moving up two places in home runs. They had more players helping out in the category than any other team, with ten total contributors, and five (including Miguel Cabrera) who banged out 2 HRs. Cabrera’s performance this week ended a four game streak of failing to hit his projections.


DavidPrice061719Photo by USATSICITY SLICKERS II‘s pitchers belly-itchers had all sorts of trouble in the WHIP department and finished with a less-than-spectacular a 1.66 WHIP. They were practicing their manners as they put every other team ahead of themselves in the WHIP category this week. David Price was clearly the weakest link for Coach DeMonte and the gang as he recorded a 3.14 WHIP in 7 innings. CITY SLICKERS II fell down the WHIP standings for the 2nd straight week, moving from 5th to 6th.

Just Forget It

NelsonCruz080519Photo by USATSISPACE COWBOYS are just showing off in the RBIs category at this point. They stood out in the RBIs category, tallying 41 of them. Nelson Cruz was the key contributor, tallying 10 RBIs to go along with 4 home runs and a .500 BA in 12 at bats. SPACE COWBOYS are now 30 RBIs ahead of 2nd place team DEADZONES.

Roto Weekly Performance
Week Rank Team Season Rank (of 240) Season Percentile
2 Colt 45s 44 82nd
3 DEADZONES 59 75th
4 SCHNOOKERS 95 60th
6 SALUKIS 100 58th
7 SKINS 132 45th
8 DEADWOODS 142 41st
9 TEABAGGERS 162 32nd
11 CITY SLICKERS II 195 19th
12 SHAMS 195 19th