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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

2006 ZiPS Projections - Kansas City Royals


Name           W   L   ERA   G GS   INN   H   ER HR   BB   K
Peralta         3   3   3.91 45   0   53.0   48   23   6   18   47
Sisco*          3   4   4.32 67   0   77.0   69   37   6   41   78
Affeldt*        3   4   4.50 46   8   92.0   95   46   7   35   68
MacDougal         4   5   4.57 63   0   65.0   64   33   5   30   59
Howell*          8 10   4.68 33 33   173.0 168   90 15   86 136
Greinke         10 12   4.69 32 32   186.0 208   97 24   45 119
Snyder           4   6   4.70 27 18   113.0 129   59 12   30   58
Burgos           4   5   4.70 64   0   67.0   62   35   7   35   69
Demaria         4   5   4.71 56   0   86.0   90   45 14   23   80
Bayliss         1   2   4.77 41   0   66.0   63   35   9   30   55
Madritsch*        7 10   4.78 26 24   145.0 143   77 12   76   97
Hernandez         9 11   4.80 27 27   148.0 155   79 15   62   80
Sullivan         3   3   4.87 54   0   61.0   62   33   6   28   44
Bass           7 10   4.99 25 25   155.0 173   86 18   54   78
Camp           4   6   5.02 52   4   104.0 119   58 13   31   62
Carrasco         6   8   5.02 42 15   120.0 131   67 11   53   63
Wood           7 11   5.08 38 21   147.0 164   83 20   50   85
Cerda*          3   5   5.14 53   0   63.0   64   36   7   32   49
Bray           3   4   5.21 41   0   76.0   85   44 15   19   62
Ramirez         4   6   5.22 50   1   69.0   74   40   9   29   49
Gobble*          6   9   5.22 35 22   138.0 154   80 22   47   76
Nunez           2   4   5.25 61   0   84.0   99   49 13   23   54
Field           2   3   5.28 39   0   46.0   48   27   6   22   33
Bautista         5   8   5.29 26 25   136.0 140   80 12   81   97
Huisman         3   6   5.42 46   1   73.0   83   44 10   30   44
Anderson*        6 12   5.48 30 25   161.0 194   98 27   43   66
Baerlocher       5   8   5.48 22 17   110.0 123   67 16   47   64
Lima           7 12   5.53 32 28   161.0 191   99 27   50   72
Tankersley       6 10   5.56 30 25   144.0 159   89 20   67   93
Armitage         3   5   5.61 44   1   77.0   87   48   9   39   44
Buckner         7 14   5.61 28 28   162.0 185 101 27   63 111
George*          6 11   5.68 31 23   149.0 172   94 24   59   83
Nance*          2   5   5.81 54   1   62.0   70   40 10   30   39
Jensen           5 10   6.00 29 23   138.0 161   92 23   63   77

Name           P   AVG   OBP   SPC   G AB   R   H 2B 3B HR RBI BB   K SB CS
Sweeney         1b .293 .355 .492 115 437 58 128 30 0 19 77 40 51 3 1
Pickering*      1b .255 .362 .488 106 361 60 92 16 1 22 65 57 129 1 0
Huber         1b .279 .360 .443 133 458 88 128 24 3 15 69 50 118 6 2
Diaz           lf .297 .346 .476 126 445 63 132 38 3 12 68 23 60 8 6
DeJesus*        cf .295 .372 .442 129 491 82 145 29 5 11 62 49 70 9 10
Brown         rf .283 .346 .440 128 466 63 132 28 3 13 69 40 86 8 2
Butler         1b .284 .329 .443 123 454 69 129 22 1 16 67 26 95 0 0
Harvey         1b .275 .329 .425 127 487 55 134 26 1 15 64 34 89 2 2
Guiel*        lf .248 .334 .425 145 520 85 129 30 1 20 73 50 106 4 4
Ambres         cf .249 .351 .406 139 433 65 108 26 3 12 47 65 113 17 11
Stairs*        1b .254 .338 .412 122 374 43 95 21 1 12 55 44 74 0 1
Gotay#        2b .255 .330 .380 133 474 72 121 22 5 9 58 49 78 9 4
Teahen*        3b .260 .324 .380 143 500 68 130 27 3 9 59 46 109 5 1
Berroa         ss .276 .318 .401 159 616 81 170 25 5 14 70 25 97 13 7
Buck           c   .257 .309 .407 121 420 51 108 19 1 14 55 29 93 2 2
Long*          lf .275 .320 .384 139 437 55 120 21 3 7 51 30 54 3 2
Truby         3b .243 .303 .410 119 424 59 103 27 1 14 56 35 85 4 5
Santos*        1b .245 .305 .382 125 445 52 109 20 1 13 54 35 122 2 1
Kaaihue*        1b .228 .320 .342 132 430 59 98 17 1 10 47 49 92 1 1
Costa*        lf .256 .314 .356 116 402 55 103 17 1 7 44 25 37 2 3
Aviles         ss .260 .296 .381 134 493 67 128 30 3 8 58 26 59 5 5
Aldridge*      cf .222 .280 .400 125 450 61 100 19 2 19 60 35 122 9 5
Phillips       c   .254 .291 .362 104 362 42 92 20 2 5 39 16 43 2 3
Brown#        cf .245 .308 .331 132 498 76 122 20 4 5 43 45 75 20 12
Murphy         2b .231 .285 .354 111 398 47 92 21 2 8 45 27 80 2 1
Lubanski*      cf .239 .279 .363 125 468 66 112 19 3 11 54 22 116 11 4
Maier*        cf .241 .276 .358 135 503 72 121 32 3 7 51 23 84 7 4
Hocking#        2b .236 .302 .308 89 237 32 56 12 1 1 21 23 44 1 1
Ugueto#        2b .230 .297 .326 97 331 47 76 12 4 4 33 31 79 15 10
Blanco#        ss .237 .286 .284 94 317 35 75 6 3 1 22 16 39 8 3
McEwing         2b .232 .285 .282 98 220 22 51 8 0 1 15 16 40 4 2

Dan Szymborski Posted: November 15, 2005 at 12:30 AM | 20 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. Ienpw Posted: November 15, 2005 at 12:42 AM (#1731912)
Still no starts for Sisco? Being a Cubs fan I am interested in how he does for various reasons.
   2. Passed Ball Posted: November 15, 2005 at 01:18 AM (#1731951)
Okay, since we can probably all agree that Pickering and Guiel won't get those AB's, can we safely say that no current Royal will hit 20 HR's next year?
   3. The Buddy Biancalana Hit Counter Posted: November 15, 2005 at 01:22 AM (#1731956)
I haven't seen any indication that the Royals are even considering returning Sisco to the rotation. It would run counter to the organization's philosophy of minimizing the value of their assets.
   4. Darren Posted: November 15, 2005 at 02:38 AM (#1732048)
Oh, they'll put him back in the rotation... then back in the pen... then back in the rotation... then SS...
   5. Danny Posted: November 15, 2005 at 02:47 AM (#1732061)
Is Pickering a FA?
   6. PFJ Posted: November 15, 2005 at 02:49 AM (#1732067)
Didn't they release Pickering?
   7. Dan Szymborski Posted: November 15, 2005 at 03:11 AM (#1732098)
FA in September. With so much player switching, I'm not going to be super-strict with team definitions at this point.
   8. Darren Posted: November 15, 2005 at 03:20 AM (#1732112)
Dan, I would stick with your current method of just listing guys with who they played with last year. Makes it much easier to find someone if one has any question where they ended up.
   9. Der Komminsk-sar Posted: November 15, 2005 at 04:25 AM (#1732179)
The top ERA is someone they got on waivers. The top OPS is someone they let go as (arguably) a minor league free agent. This is not a good organization.
   10. Dan Szymborski Posted: November 15, 2005 at 06:01 AM (#1732243)
The top ERA is someone they got on waivers. The top OPS is someone they let go as (arguably) a minor league free agent. This is not a good organization.

The distribution of the hitters is pretty scary. The Royals have had a ton of 1B/corner OF/DH guys that can hit a little and field not at all. The rest of the infield also played terrible defense this year. It's really hard to imagine them avoiding 100 losses. They're talking about opening their wallets, of course, but they're not going premium, so they'll probably just got older versions of the crappy players they have now.

What a horrific franchise. They've earned every bit of their lack of success, too.
   11. Biff, highly-regarded young guy Posted: November 15, 2005 at 07:52 AM (#1732281)
Why did the Angels just give up on Peralta? I think I've asked that before but forgot the answer.
   12. Flynn Posted: November 15, 2005 at 08:51 AM (#1732300)
ZiPS is bullcrap.

No f'in way Cal Pickering steals a base.
   13. Sexy Lizard Posted: November 15, 2005 at 01:33 PM (#1732341)
Catchers have seizures. Happens all the time.
   14. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Griffin (Vlad) Posted: November 15, 2005 at 03:26 PM (#1732405)
"No f'in way Cal Pickering steals a base"

If 36-year-old Luke Easter could do it, I won't say that Pickering can't.
   15. Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Griffin (Vlad) Posted: November 15, 2005 at 03:28 PM (#1732406)
Also, that is one seriously grim lineup, and the rotation's pretty scary, too.
   16. RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: November 15, 2005 at 03:42 PM (#1732418)
I'd be thrilled if Billy Butler, Justin Huber, John Buck, Mark Teahen, Angel Berroa and J.P. Howell put up those kind of numbers.
   17. Infinite Joost (Voxter) Posted: November 15, 2005 at 06:37 PM (#1732674)
Mo Vaughn stole a base at the age of 32. That's post-Red Sox. If he can do it, anyone can.
   18. The Anthony Kennedy of BBTF (Scott) Posted: November 16, 2005 at 09:51 PM (#1734495)
no one expects the spanish inquisition!
   19. The Artist Posted: November 18, 2005 at 03:14 AM (#1736548)
I know Peralta is a good SS- but the best pitcher on the Royals while playing for the Indians - that's impressive.
   20. DTS Posted: November 18, 2005 at 03:48 PM (#1736965)
Oh, they'll put him back in the rotation... then back in the pen... then back in the rotation... then SS...

Funny because it's true.

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