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Posted 25 May 2006 - 10:41 PM

1993 Draft Review

Part 1: Shape of Draft
        Y0   Y1   Y2   Y3    Y4    Y5    Y6    Y7    Y8    Y9   Y10   Y11   Y12
HS      18   19   20   21    22    23    24    25    26    27    28    29    30  
 C       21   22   23   24    25    26    27    28    29    30    31    32    33  

WARP     0    2    8   51    97   135   151   160   160   153   144   130   130  
%pk      0    1    5   32    61    85    94   100   100    96    90    82    81  

#Pl      2    5   15   50    70    83    96    86    78    72    62    51    46   
3        0    0    0    2    10    16    13    17    11    14     5    12    12  
6+       0    0    0    1     2     3     7     6     8     7    11     4     7  
Tot      0    0    0    3    12    19    20    23    19    21    16    16    19

This is another relatively weak draft. It’s a little deeper than the 1992 draft and it’s got Alex Rodriguez on top, but it’s very similar in shape to the 1992 draft. The peak season WARP3 total is closer to 150 than to 200. This is a HS oriented draft so there’s a relatively gentle decline in Y11. Interestingly Y4 is also high which is unusual for a HS draft, but I think a decent sized chunk of that is Rodriguez who was just so good to fast.

The pattern for “#Pl” is typical.

The pattern for “3” players is pretty typical. Again, the number of players per season is low during peak production in comparison to the very good drafts of the late 1980s.

There’s an odd Y10 spike in 6+ WARP3 seasons, but that largely comes from cannibalizing the “3” group of players. There generally aren’t too many of these seasons per year and very few before Y6.

Strong drafts peaked with 25-30 player seasons above 3 WARP3. This one peaked at 16-23 player seasons.

Part 2: Types of Players
                         WARP3     # players    total players    % of players
                           100+          1             1                 1
                            90           0             0                 1
                            80           0             0                 1
                            70           1             2                 1
                            60           0             2                 1
                            50           2             4                 3
                            40           3             7                 5
                            30           8            15                10
                            20           8            23                15
                            10          15            38                25   
                             0          89           127                82
                            <0          28           155               100

Rodriguez is so ridiculously great that he cleared 100 WARP3 within just 12 years of his draft. The 70 WARP# player is Rolen and he should clear that mark as well, but I don’t expect too many other player to even clear 70 WARP3. The very top of the draft is good, but the second tier players are thin and with just 15% of players over 20 WARP3 it’s pretty thin at the bottom end as well.

Part 3: Top 40 Players
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1       1        1      Sea       Alex Rodriguez*   SS        HS         114.3
  2       2       46      Phl       Scott Rolen*      3B        HS          73.7
  3       1       12      Hou       Billy Wagner*    LHP         C          50.4
  4       1       14       SD       Derrek Lee*       1B        HS          50.3
  5       7      207      Mil       Mark Loretta*     SS         C          44.7
  6      24      671      Cle       Rich Sexson*      1B        HS          43.8
  7      15      414       SF       Bill Mueller*     SS         C          42.3
  8      11      320      Atl       Kevin Millwood*  RHP        HS          39.1
  9      17      488      Atl       Jermaine Dye*     OF        CC          37.7
 10       2       49      Bos       Jeff Suppan*     RHP        HS          37.7

Rolen is an excellent player on a HoF track if his back and shoulder hold up. He has a sizable gap over the rest of the field. It’s a testament to how great Rodriguez is that he’s got an even bigger gap over Rolen. In fact, the gap between Rodriguez and Rolen (40.6 WARP3) would rank as the 8th best player in the draft class by itself. Yet another way to look at how great Rodriguez has been – his career production to date is within 10 WARP3 of the #2 and #3 players combined.

Wagner is an excellent player in his own right, but in a limited role. Lee had a breakout year last year and looked to be establishing himself as a great player as well. We’ll see how he comes back form his injury this year.

After that elite quartet the rest of this group are just good players. Maybe Sexson and Millwood should be categorized as very good players, but this draft seems to be missing a bridge group of very good players between the elite players and the good ones.

The four top players were clustered at the top of the draft and predominately come from HS. The second tier group includes a lot of late picks with a HS/C mix.

Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
 11       1        7      Bos       Trot Nixon*       OF        HS          33.2
 12      25      690       LA       Paul LoDuca*       C         C          32.5
 13       1        3      Ana       Brian Anderson*  LHP         C          31.7
 14       1       15      Tor       Chris Carpenter* RHP        HS          31.4
 15       1       20      Min       Torii Hunter*     OF        HS          30.4
 16       3       86       SD       Matt Clement*    RHP        HS          27.3
 17       6      165      Det       Brian Moehler*   RHP         C          27.0
 18       6      181      Oak       Scott Spiezio*    1B         C          26.4
 19       7      212      Col       John Thomson*    RHP        JC          26.1
 20       8      223      Cle       Steve Kline*     LHP         C          24.3

The decision on who is and isn’t a “good” player becomes increasingly subjective as the players have less time to separate themselves by their on field productivity. I think Nixon, LoDuca, Carpenter, Hunter, Clement, and Thomson are all “good” players. That would be roughly 15 good players from this draft.

Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
 21      17      469       KC       Glendon Rusch*   LHP        HS          23.3
 22       2       62      Cin       Scott Sullivan   RHP         C          20.6
 23       1       28      Col       Jamey Wright*    RHP        HS          20.3
 24       1        2       LA       Darren Dreifort  RHP         C          19.3
 25       2       48       SF       Chris Singleton*  OF         C          19.1
 26      15      425      CWS       Mike Sirotka     LHP         C          18.6
 27       2       60      Mon       Brad Fullmer      3B        HS          16.1
 28      13      366       SD       Gary Matthews*    OF         C          16.0
 29       1       19      Bal       Jay Powell*      RHP         C          15.8
 30       1       25      Oak       John Wasdin*     RHP         C          15.8

This is the usual assortment of back of the staff pitchers. Dreifort made a ton of money. Sirotka had a good little run before he blew out his shoulder. Rusch and Wright are plugging away swingmen for the Cub and Giants, respectively.

Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
 31       1       23      Mil       Jeff D’Amico     RHP        HS          15.6
 32       3       88      Stl       Eli Marrero*       C        HS          15.2
 33      18      516      Atl       John Rocker      LHP        HS          14.7
 34       2       58      Stl       John Witasick*   RHP         C          14.1
 35      45     1261      CWS       F Menechino*      2B         C          12.6
 36       1        4      Phl       Wayne Gomes      RHP         C          12.1
 37       2       70      Col       Bryan Rekar      RHP         C          10.8
 38       5      148      Cin       Paul Bako*         C         C          10.3
 39      37     1029       KC       Sal Fasano*        C         C           9.9
 40      44     1226      NYM       Vance Wilson*     OF        CC           9.4

These are just some more generic pitchers and backup catchers. Rocker was famous for a little while there.

Part 4: Top Players Prior to Free Agency
Rank    Car Rank    Player               Pre-FA      Post-FA     
  1         1        Alex Rodriguez*       55.1         47.1         
  2         2        Scott Rolen*          51.7         22.0         

  3         6        Rich Sexson*          36.1          7.7         
  4        12        Paul LoDuca*          32.5          0.0         
  5         4        Derrek Lee*           30.9         19.4         
  6         8        Kevin Millwood*       30.4          8.7         
  7        15        Torii Hunter*         30.4          0.0         
  8        10        Jeff Suppan*          30.2          7.5         

  9        11        Trot Nixon*           28.1          5.1         
 10         9        Jermaine Dye*         27.8          9.9         
 11         3        Billy Wagner*         26.2         24.2 
        
 12        17        Brian Moehler*        23.8          3.2         
 13         7        Bill Mueller*         23.0         19.3        
 14        16        Matt Clement*         22.7          4.6         
 15         5        Mark Loretta*         21.8         22.9         
 16        13        Brian Anderson        21.1         10.6         
 17        18        Scott Spiezio*        20.4          6.0         
 18        20        Steve Kline*          20.1          4.2         
 19        19        John Thomson*         19.6          6.5          
 20        14        Chris Carpenter*      19.4         12.0          
 21        22        Scott Sullivan        16.5          4.1          
 22        23        Jamey Wright*         16.5          3.8          
 23        21        Glendon Rusch*        16.1          7.2  


In this ranking we can see the huge gap between Rodriguez and Rolen and the rest of the draft. The gap between those two great players is much smaller than their overall career production. Rodriguez started his free agency clock at such a young age that it took him a little bit longer to get up to speed. Rolen debuted at age XX much closer to his physical prime.

The most interesting thing about the next group of players is that LoDuca and Hunter hadn’t entered their post-FA service time years last year which was twelve full seasons after the draft. There’s a natural desire when doing these types of studies to include as many recent drafts as possible, but once we get closer than 10-12 years we’re really starting to cut pre-FA years off of most players. That makes any kind of quantification of drafts very sketchy.

Wagner is the last player above my little artificial 25 WARP3 breakpoint. His total is low for a player of his stature (career, not height) because of his innings limited role and because he missed one full season due to injury.

If you think that’s a meaningful breakpoint, then that makes this just an eleven “good” player draft. The key players below that threshold are Mueller, Clement, Loretta, Carpenter and maybe John Thomson. Carpenter is obviously a case of injuries burning up service time. Clement struggled quite a bit his first three years. Those kinds of slow transitions to MLB really diminish pre-FA value. Loretta didn’t really become a good player until his early 30s. Mueller suffered some injuries and not quite full time status for a few years. From a career standpoint these are certainly “good” players and successful, valuable draft picks, but taking a very strict service time point of view they lose some of their luster.

Part 5: Players by Round
Round   WARP3    WARP/pk    WARP/pk (87-94)    Players    20   40   60   80   100
  1      460.2      16.4          17.9             20       5    2               1          
  1s      17.2       1.2           6.6              7     
  2      198.7       7.1           4.1             18       2         1   
  3       53.6       1.9           4.6              8       1            
  4       11.1       0.4           2.8              4                      
  5       10.0       0.4           3.1              3            
  6       65.1       2.3           3.0              6       2
  7       78.2       2.8           2.5              8       1    1
  8       26.4       0.9           2.3              4       1
  9        3.0       0.1           1.1              4
 10        9.7       0.9           1.1              5       
 11       42.5       1.5           1.8              4            1                 
 12        8.6       0.3           0.8              3
 13       25.6       0.9           2.0              8                                    
 14       10.5       0.4           0.7              4                    
 15       61.3       2.2           0.8              4            1
 16        0.3       0.0           0.3              2
 17       61.1       2.2           1.5              3       2
 18       17.5       0.6           1.1              3       
 19        5.7       0.2           0.4              2
 20        3.1       0.1           1.3              3              
 21        3.8       0.1           0.4              3       
 22       -0.3       0.0           0.5              1
 24       44.2       1.6           1.0              3            1
 25       34.0       1.2           0.6              2       1
 26       -0.5       0.0           0.2              2
 27        1.3       0.0           0.1              1
 30        8.7       0.3           0.7              3
 33        4.0       0.1           0.1              2
 36        1.6       0.1           0.3              1
 37       17.2       0.6           0.1              2
 38        7.2       0.3           0.1              1
 40        2.3       0.1           0.0              2
 41        2.9       0.1           0.0              1
 44        9.5       0.3           0.3              2
 45       12.6       0.5           0.3              1
 48        0.5       0.0           0.3              1
 54        0.5       0.0           0.1              1
 60       -0.1       0.0           0.0              1
 74        0.8       0.0           0.0              1
        1319.6

It’s getting harder to judge the clustering because there should be more players in the lower lower WARP3 groups that move up. The four best players were taken in the first two rounds, but the next tier of players was generally taken in the 7th rd or later.

Part 6: Players by School
      totWARP3     20+WARP      totPlayers      20+Players    totPercent    20+Percent
HS       633.6       524.8           46               12         48 (52)       59 (64)
JC        91.9        63.8           25                2          7             7
  C       594.1       299.9           84                9         45 (48)       34 (36)

This draft is similar to the 1990 and 1991 drafts in that the HS players have small edges in the “tot” columns, but the edge increases dramatically in the “20+” columns.

As I’ve mentioned, it’s always true that the C ranks have a sizable advantage in the number of players that make the majors and have less than 20 WARP3 for their careers. In this draft you can really see how that army of marginal players can pad the WARP3 totals for the C group. Nearly half of the C “totWARP3” total was produced by players with less than 20 WARP3 for their careers (that’s 75 players with an average of 3.9 WARP3 per player career). In contrast, only 17% of the HS “totWARP3” total was produced by players with less than 20 WARP3.

All HS players over 20 WARP3
                                    
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1       1        1      Sea       Alex Rodriguez*   SS        HS         114.3
  2       2       46      Phl       Scott Rolen*      3B        HS          73.7
  3       1       14       SD       Derrek Lee*       1B        HS          50.3
  4      24      671      Cle       Rich Sexson*      1B        HS          43.8
  5      11      320      Atl       Kevin Millwood*  RHP        HS          39.1
  6       2       49      Bos       Jeff Suppan*     RHP        HS          37.7
  7       1        7      Bos       Trot Nixon*       OF        HS          33.2
  8       1       15      Tor       Chris Carpenter* RHP        HS          31.4
  9       1       20      Min       Torii Hunter*     OF        HS          30.4
 10       3       86       SD       Matt Clement*    RHP        HS          27.3
 11      17      469       KC       Glendon Rusch*   LHP        HS          23.3
 12       1       28      Col       Jamey Wright*    RHP        HS          20.3

Rodriguez will make the high end of any group look good, but Rolen, Lee and to a lesser extent Sexson and Millwood makes this a very strong group in terms of high end talent. The next group of five players is also very solid. This is a very strong group of HS players.

In general they are clustered at the top of the draft. Eight were picked in the first three rounds. Interestingly, the two big exceptions (Sexson and Millwood) were both taken by teams that produced a lot of value out of later round picks in this time period. Every successful pick is a combination of skill (both in terms of scouting and player development) and luck. As you go deeper into the draft it makes sense to assume that luck becomes more and more of a factor. If a team has more success than expected from these rounds, at some point can you dial back down the luck and give the team more skill (scouting or development or both) credit for those picks? I would think so, but it’s difficult to draw that line.

All JC/CC players over 20 WARP3
         
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1      17      488      Atl       Jermaine Dye*     OF        CC          37.7
  2       7      212      Col       John Thomson*    RHP        JC          26.1

At one point it looked like Dye would be better than just a solid, good player, but this is decent production from the late round JC/CC ranks.

All C players over 20 WARP3
         
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1       1       12      Hou       Billy Wagner*    LHP         C          50.4
  2       7      207      Mil       Mark Loretta*     SS         C          44.7
  3      15      414       SF       Bill Mueller*     SS         C          42.3
  4      25      690       LA       Paul LoDuca*       C         C          32.5
  5       1        3      Ana       Brian Anderson*  LHP         C          31.7
  6       6      165      Det       Brian Moehler*   RHP         C          27.0
  7       6      181      Oak       Scott Spiezio*    1B         C          26.4
  8       8      223      Cle       Steve Kline*     LHP         C          24.3
  9       2       62      Cin       Scott Sullivan   RHP         C          20.6

This group is hurt by the fact that the best player is in a role that limits how much WARP3 he can accumulate. Loretta, Mueller and LoDuca are all solid, dare I say Professional, players. The rest are role players.

These HS and C groups really fit the old “HS = high ceiling, C = low ceiling” stereotypes to a T.

This would definitely not have been a good draft to be a young stathead asst GM clutching a decade old Bill James study trying to convince the old school scouting director that college players are undervalued assets.

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Posted 25 May 2006 - 10:43 PM

Part 7: Players by Position
                 P         Pos       C       INF       OF       
totWARP       576.0      743.6      80.0    486.8    176.8
20+WARP       359.2      529.3      32.5    395.5    101.3

totPlayers      81         74         8      38        28
20+Players      12         11         1       7         3

This is a reasonably deep group of pitchers. The one catcher that made it is decent. The infielders look great because of Rodriguez and Rolen. The outfielders are a pedestrian lot.

All Pitchers over 20 WARP3
         
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1       1       12      Hou       Billy Wagner*    LHP         C          50.4
  2      11      320      Atl       Kevin Millwood*  RHP        HS          39.1
  3       2       49      Bos       Jeff Suppan*     RHP        HS          37.7
  4       1        3      Ana       Brian Anderson*  LHP         C          31.7
  5       1       15      Tor       Chris Carpenter* RHP        HS          31.4
  6       3       86       SD       Matt Clement*    RHP        HS          27.3
  7       6      165      Det       Brian Moehler*   RHP         C          27.0
  8       7      212      Col       John Thomson*    RHP        JC          26.1
  9       8      223      Cle       Steve Kline*     LHP         C          24.3
 10      17      469       KC       Glendon Rusch*   LHP        HS          23.3
 11       2       62      Cin       Scott Sullivan   RHP         C          20.6
 12       1       28      Col       Jamey Wright*    RHP        HS          20.3

This draft is most notable for multiple successful HS pitchers. Yes, it can happen.

Are there any aces? No. The Phillies and Rangers have paid Millwood as if he were one, but he isn’t. Carpenter won the Cy Young which is certainly an ace-like thing to do, but he doesn’t have the track record of an ace.

Are there four good #2/3 quality starters? Close enough. Millwood, Carpenter and Clement are. Suppan’s durability has made him a pretty solid mid-rotation starter. He’s more of a #3/4 than a #2/3, I suppose, but these distinction shouldn’t be taken too seriously. His consistent, league average 200 IP seasons are pretty valuable whatever you label him. Thomson is a pretty solid pitcher as well.

Are there any closers or special relievers? Yes, Wagner is an elite closer.

Did MLB as an industry do a good job clustering talent? Yes. Of the five key pitchers all but Millwood were drafted in the first three rounds. The Braves are often one of the teams that screws up the clustering.

All Catchers over 20 WARP3
         
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  2      25      690       LA       Paul LoDuca*       C         C          32.5

LoDuca has been a solid regular. That’s not bad for a draft. Surely a number of catchers were drafted before LoDuca at pick #690 though.

All Infielders over 20 WARP3
         
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1       1        1      Sea       Alex Rodriguez*   SS        HS         114.3
  2       2       46      Phl       Scott Rolen*      3B        HS          73.7
  3       1       14       SD       Derrek Lee*       1B        HS          50.3
  4       7      207      Mil       Mark Loretta*     SS         C          44.7
  5      24      671      Cle       Rich Sexson*      1B        HS          43.8
  6      15      414       SF       Bill Mueller*     SS         C          42.3
  7       6      181      Oak       Scott Spiezio*    1B         C          26.4

The infielders really play into the “HS = high ceiling” and “C = low ceiling” stereotypes. Certainly their contracts do anyway. Rodriguez, Rolen, Lee and Sexson have all signed contracts that average more than 10M per year. Loretta, Mueller and Spezio have never signed a contract that totaled 10M.

Are the HS infielders clustered at the top? Mostly. Sexson is a giant, gangly outlier, but the other three were drafted within the first 46 picks.

Are there a lot of mid-round college sleepers? Yes, all three successful C infielders fit the stereotype. Mueller and Loretta fit it particularly well because they were drafted as C shortstops that had to find new positions to make it in pro ball.

All Outfielders over 20 WARP3
         
Rank    Rd     Pick     Team       Player           Pos      School       WARP3
  1      17      488      Atl       Jermaine Dye*     OF        CC          37.7
  2       1        7      Bos       Trot Nixon*       OF        HS          33.2
  3       1       20      Min       Torii Hunter*     OF        HS          30.4

Each player has had his moments, but none are much better than “good” players. No elite outfielders were drafted and there isn’t much depth either. Note that no college outfielder cleared 20 WARP3. The successes were a couple of 1st rd HS picks and a toolsy late round CC player from the cluster busting Braves.

Part 8: Players by Team

The next table ranks teams by their total WARP3 production. That can sometimes be deceiving so I’ll also break the teams down into smaller groups as well.
Rank   Team     WARP3      Key Players (WARP3)
  1      Sea     122.8      Rodriguez (114.3)
  2       SD      95.4      Lee (50.3), Clement (27.3), Matthews (16.0)
  3      Atl      93.1      Millwood (39.1), Dye (37.7)
  4      Phl      91.1      Rolen (73.7)
  5      Bos      86.5      Suppan (37.7), Nixon (33.2)
  6      Cle      71.1      Sexson (43.8), Kline (24.3)
  7      Mil      68.1      Loretta (44.7)
  8       SF      62.2      Mueller (42.3), Singleton (19.1)
  9      Col      60.2      Thomson (26.1), Wright (20.3)
 10      Oak      55.0      Spiezio (26.4), Wasdin (15.8)
 11       LA      51.8      LoDuca (32.5), Dreifort (19.3)
 12      Hou      50.5      Wagner (50.4)
 13      Ana      43.8      Anderson (31.7)
 14      Min      40.6      Hunter (30.4)
 15      Stl      40.6      Marrero (15.2), Witasick (14.1)
 16      CWS      38.7      Sirotka (18.6)
 17      Tor      35.3      Carpenter (31.4)
 18       KC      32.8      Rusch (23.3)
 19      Cin      30.9      Sullivan (20.6)
 20      Det      30.6      Moehler (27.0)
 21      Bal      23.0      Powell (15.8)
 22      Cub      21.9      Molina (8.8), Orie (7.8)
 23      Mon      17.5      Fullmer (16.1)
 24      Fla      16.7      Berg (7.2)
 25      NYM      16.1      Wilson (9.4), Agbayani (8.8)
 26      Pit      15.9      Peters (7.3), Allensworth (6.8)
 27      Tex       6.0      Cather (2.9), Smith (2.8)
 28      NYY       1.4      Dingman (1.6)

Did three teams have great drafts? No. There were two great players from the draft so there are only two no-brainer great drafts. The Mariners great draft is largely the product of lucking into the first pick when there was a great player available. The Phillies great draft had a much greater degree of difficulty. Not only did they have to correctly project Rolen as a baseball player, I believe they had to convince him to forego a college basketball scholarship.

Rank   Team     WARP3      Key Players (WARP3)
  1      Sea     122.8      Rodriguez (114.3)
  4      Phl      91.1      Rolen (73.7)

Were there a half dozen very good drafts and another half dozen good, above average drafts? More or less.

Rank   Team     WARP3      Key Players (WARP3)
  2       SD      95.4      Lee (50.3), Clement (27.3), Matthews (16.0)
  3      Atl      93.1      Millwood (39.1), Dye (37.7)
  5      Bos      86.5      Suppan (37.7), Nixon (33.2)
  6      Cle      71.1      Sexson (43.8), Kline (24.3)

 12      Hou      50.5      Wagner (50.4)
 11       LA      51.8      LoDuca (32.5), Dreifort (19.3)
 14      Min      40.6      Hunter (30.4)
  7      Mil      68.1      Loretta (44.7)
  8       SF      62.2      Mueller (42.3), Singleton (19.1)
 17      Tor      35.3      Carpenter (31.4)
  9      Col      60.2      Thomson (26.1), Wright (20.3)

SD, Atl and Bos all had very good drafts of two solid players. Cleveland found one very good player late in the draft.

Wagner is the kind of very good player that ought to make for a very good draft, but because he’s just a reliever he wasn’t that valuable pre-FA. The other teams found one solid player and that’s good enough for a very solid draft.

Did half the teams have mediocre to bad drafts? Yes, I’d say fifteen teams didn’t get all that much out of the draft. A handful of the players below – Sirotka, Sullivan, Moehler, Fullmer – were decent regulars for a few years which is at least useful.

Rank   Team     WARP3      Key Players (WARP3)
 10      Oak      55.0      Spiezio (26.4), Wasdin (15.8)
 13      Ana      43.8      Anderson (31.7)
 15      Stl      40.6      Marrero (15.2), Witasick (14.1)
 16      CWS      38.7      Sirotka (18.6)
 18       KC      32.8      Rusch (23.3)
 19      Cin      30.9      Sullivan (20.6)
 20      Det      30.6      Moehler (27.0)
 21      Bal      23.0      Powell (15.8)
 22      Cub      21.9      Molina (8.8), Orie (7.8)
 23      Mon      17.5      Fullmer (16.1)
 24      Fla      16.7      Berg (7.2)
 25      NYM      16.1      Wilson (9.4), Agbayani (8.8)
 26      Pit      15.9      Peters (7.3), Allensworth (6.8)
 27      Tex       6.0      Cather (2.9), Smith (2.8)
 28      NYY       1.4      Dingman (1.6)