Astonishingly, Galvis has not matched Semien, and Clay Davenport's revisions through yesterday's moves get us up to an MLB-high 100 losses!
Take that, Pirates!
I occasionally hear talking heads reference Fangraphs projected WAR by team, but haven't yet discovered if they venture a Standings Projection mid-offseason.
I can’t say when the check will be cut, but we know they have $99 mm in escrow they can’t spend while the appeal is playing out. So it might as well be spent in terms of how MASN’s cash flow is affected.
Here are some Galvis/Iglesias projections:
ZipS: Iglesias .296/.326/.428, Galvis .246/.300/.382
Steamer: Iglesias .278/.311/.399, Galvis .238/.294/.387
ATC: Iglesias .279/314/.398, Galvis .239/.295/.395
THE BAT: Iglesias .279/.318/.399, Galvis .236/.291/.388
THE BATX: Iglesias .274/.314/.384, Galvis .238/.291/.388
Marcel: Iglesias .279/.322/.418, Galvis .242/.299/.409
So, Iglesias in the .698 - .754 OPS range, Galvis in the .679-.708 range.
By the way, I’ve never heard of ATC, THE BAT or THE BATX. But Fangraphs is publishing them, so I listed them.
Once again we get these periodic updates that I have no comprehension of the meaning. This court says this, this one says that, etc.
Do we have any bottom line as to when MASN will have to cut a check to the Nats and how much it will be? Otherwise, this might as well be written in Greek for all I get out of it.