Jeff McNeil

2B,OF · New York Mets

Bats L Throws R
Height 6'1" Weight 195
DOB 1992-04-08 Age 32.1
Hometown Santa Barbara, CA
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 22.04, 319th

Season Projections

Draft Buddy394.013858152667146302958386310.861.278.338.394.732.116
THE BAT351.313355650259133272751376111.041.264.327.366.693.102

ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Harrison Bader, Jeff McNeil Resting Against Phillies

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    New York Mets outfielder Harrison Bader and second baseman Jeff McNeil are both sitting out of Tuesday's contest against the visiting division-rival Philadelphia Phillies. With both players starting on the bench, Tyrone Taylor will start in center field and bat seventh, while Joey Wendle will man the keystone and bat eighth against Phillies right-hander Aaron Nola. Bader has gone 7-for-30 (.233) in 10 games in the month of May and is slashing a mediocre .265/.314/.319 with a homer, seven RBI and five steals in 113 at-bats on the year. McNeil is hitting just .230 on the season and has hit .191 (8-for-42) in 11 games so far in May. Neither Taylor nor Wendle will be very attractive DFS plays on Tuesday in a tough matchup against Nola. Taylor is hitting .400 with an RBI against Nola in his career, but in just five at-bats, while Wendle is hitting .250 with an RBI in 12 at-bats against Nola.

    May 14 · Source via New York Mets Harrison Bader Jeff McNeil
  • Jeff McNeil Getting A Rest Day Monday

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    New York Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil is on the bench for Monday's contest against the Detroit Tigers. McNeil went just 1-for-11 over the weekend in the three-game sweep at the hands of the Milwaukee Brewers to begin the season, so the Mets are giving McNeil a day off early to regroup. It's not a great sign for the two-time All-Star after he hit .270/.333/.378 a year after winning the National League batting title in 2022. With the 31-year-old on the bench to start the game on Monday, Joey Wendle will take over at second base for the Mets and will hit ninth against Tigers young right-hander Reese Olson. Wendle is more useful for his infield versatility and is a long shot to deliver meaningful offensive numbers in DFS on Monday.

    Apr 1 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Jeff McNeil Batting Cleanup On Opening Day

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    New York Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil is starting at the keystone and batting cleanup for the Mets on Opening Day on Thursday against Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Freddy Peralta. McNeil isn't your typical cleanup hitter with mediocre power, but if he sticks in this position regularly against right-handed pitching, it will give him more opportunities for RBI with Brandon Nimmo, Francisco Lindor and Pete Alonso hitting in front of him. It's a batting order for New York that probably won't last too long once veteran designated hitter J.D. Martinez gets up to speed after signing with the team late in spring training. The 31-year-old McNeil won a batting title in 2022 but disappointed last year and is still dealing with a partially torn UCL that he's playing through. Aside from a useful batting average, McNeil isn't a lock to help with much else.

    Mar 29 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Jeff McNeil Making Grapefruit League Debut Tuesday

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    New York Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil (biceps) is making his Grapefruit League debut on Tuesday night versus the St. Louis Cardinals, starting at second base and batting cleanup. The Mets have held McNeil out of big-league spring training action up to this point as he was dealing with left-biceps soreness earlier in camp that was related to the partial tear of his UCL from last year. The 31-year-old left-handed hitter will continue to serve as New York's starting second baseman, which gives him fantasy value in mixed leagues, but outside of a solid batting average floor, McNeil doesn't contribute all that much. McNeil is ranked as RotoBaller's No. 29 fantasy second baseman after slashing a disappointing .270/.333/.378 with 10 home runs, 55 RBI, 10 steals and 75 runs scored in 585 at-bats in 2023.

    Mar 19 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Jeff McNeil To Make Grapefruit League Debut On Tuesday

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    New York Mets second baseman/outfielder Jeff McNeil (biceps) will make his Grapefruit League debut on Tuesday after missing time due to left biceps discomfort. McNeil will play five innings in a minor league game on Sunday in preparation for his debut on Tuesday. He is expected to be ready for opening day on March 28th when the Mets host the Milwaukee Brewers. The 31-year-old looks to continue to be an important piece to the Mets' lineup after a down year, by his standards, in 2023. He'll look to improve on his .270/.333/.378 slash line from last season and is projected for a .280/.341/.394 slash line in 2024. With a current ADP of 255.7, McNeil will likely only provide value to fantasy managers in deeper leagues.

    Mar 16 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Jeff McNeil Could Play By Sunday

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    New York Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil (biceps) could play in a Grapefruit League game by Sunday, according to manager Carlos Mendoza. If he doesn't play by Sunday, McNeil should play in a game by next Tuesday. The 31-year-old is scheduled to play defense on Thursday in a minor-league game before facing live pitching in a batting practice session on Friday. The Mets have slow-played McNeil in camp this spring due to issues associated with the partial tear of his UCL that he suffered last year. McNeil is expected to be ready by Opening Day, but his elbow/biceps issue should be a concern after the poor quality of contact he displayed in 2023. He still makes a lot of contact and rarely strikes out, but McNeil doesn't offer much more than a solid batting average in fantasy.

    Mar 14 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Offseason In Review: New York Mets

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    After a disastrous 2023 season, there have been a lot of changes for the Mets. They have a new president of baseball operations, a new manager and plenty of new faces on the roster. With 2024 planned on being a sort of bridge year, the offseason moves ended up staying on the modest side, though…

    Mar 8 · MLB Trade Rumors MLB Offseason New York Mets Austin Allen Pete Alonso Harrison Bader Rylan Bannon Brett Baty Ji-Man Choi Sam Coonrod Kyle Crick Jake Diekman Jon Duplantier Shintaro Fujinami Ben Gamel Drew Gilbert Adrian Houser Kolton Ingram Taylor Kohlwey Max Kranick Francisco Lindor Joey Lucchesi Sean Manaea Starling Marte Ronny Mauricio Jeff McNeil Tylor Megill Brandon Nimmo Adam Ottavino David Peterson Brooks Raley Cam Robinson Christian Scott Andre Scrubb Kodai Senga Luis Severino Zack Short Chad Smith Drew Smith DJ Stewart Cole Sulser Tyrone Taylor Trayce Thompson Michael Tonkin Mark Vientos Luke Voit Joey Wendle Jett Williams Danny Young
  • Jeff McNeil Feeling A Lot Better

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    New York Mets infielder/outfielder Jeff McNeil (biceps) is feeling "a lot better" and could be back relatively soon, per skipper Carlos Mendoza. Mendoza added McNeil won't require an MRI or other tests. The 31-year-old has been slowed by the left biceps soreness this spring after his 2023 season ended early due to a partial tear in a ligament in his left elbow and he was cleared for full baseball activity in mid-February. McNeil took a step back at the plate in the 2023 season, hitting .270 with 10 home runs and 10 stolen bases across 156 games. He struck out in just 10% of his plate appearances but also walked just 6% of the time. He has a middling fantasy outlook for the 2024 season with a lack of power the foremost concern.

    Mar 6 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Jeff McNeil Delayed By Biceps Injury

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    New York Mets second baseman/outfielder Jeff McNeil (biceps) tweaked his left biceps muscle during cage work the other day in camp. The Mets don't think it's a serious injury, but McNeil is nevertheless delayed at spring training at the moment. The 31-year-old left-handed hitter will be held out of action for a few days in hopes that the injury clears up. McNeil still has plenty of time to get ready for Opening Day in late March, but it's just another injury concern. He suffered a partial ligament tear in his left elbow late in 2023 and is going to have to deal with the issue again in 2024. The two-time All-Star won the National League batting title in 2022 but fell off with a .270/.333/.378 slash line with 10 homers, 55 RBI and 10 steals in 156 games last year. McNeil is an elite contact guy, but he doesn't move the needle all that much elsewhere for fantasy managers.

    Mar 2 · Source via New York Mets Jeff McNeil
  • Hitting Stats

    2024 ATC377.413255650464140292855366110.961.278.339.393.732.115
    2024 Draft Buddy394.013858152667146302958386310.861.278.338.394.732.116
    2024 Steamer433.3143609551701583231171406911.452.288.347.417.764.129
    2024 THE BAT351.313355650259133272751376111.041.264.327.366.693.102
    2024 Zeile397.013958252667147302959386411.061.279.340.395.735.116

    Historic stats obtained free of charge from and are copyrighted by Retrosheet. ATC projections by Ariel Cohen. Draft Buddy projections by Mike MacGregor. Steamer projections by Steamer Projections Blog. THE BAT projections by Derek Carty. Zeile Consensus projections by FantasyPros.

    Fielding Stats



    9vs SF, at CLE23.0623214520241313.
    8at MIA, at PHI, vs PHI17.0728262620032310.710.231.286.308.594.077
    7vs ATL, at STL9.051917250000215.300.294.368.294.662.000
    6at TB, vs CHC13.0730262500004516.710.192.300.192.492.000
    5vs STL, at SF7.0624240510010416.700.
    4at LAD, vs PIT18.0623223740011417.410.318.348.500.848.182
    3vs KC, at ATL23.062519571004528.000.368.500.421.921.053
    2at CIN, vs DET11.0518152200112211.
    1vs MIL1.031111010000000.


    27vs MIA2.0144010001000.
    26at PHI, at MIA28.0730284112112200.010.393.433.6431.076.250
    25vs CIN, vs ARI24.073028571023126.700.250.276.500.776.250
    24at MIN, at WAS8.0520182200001525.
    23vs SEA, vs TEX21.0626263921120311.500.346.346.615.961.269
    22vs LAA, at ATL18.062524381001114.020.333.360.375.735.042
    21at STL, vs PIT29.0730295920171516.710.310.333.483.816.173
    20vs ATL, vs CHC25.0730276101012213.300.370.414.519.933.149
    19at BAL, at KC17.062624360013113.800.250.280.375.655.125
    18vs WAS, at NYY21.062622371104200.000.318.375.455.830.137
    17at BOS, vs CWS17.0626244610041311.500.
    16vs LAD2.0311110110000218.
    15at SD, at ARI18.0627223420023414.810.
    14vs SF, vs MIL12.0725250630030520.
    13at PHI, at HOU7.0521190200010733.310.
    12vs STL, vs NYY17.052417440002128.300.
    11at PIT, at ATL19.0628245510112310.700.208.269.375.644.167
    10vs TOR, vs PHI7.062221041001114.500.
    9at COL, at CHC16.062119660000219.110.275.326.475.801.200
    8vs CLE, vs TB, at WAS21.07272551100032412.700.333.382.373.755.040
    7at WAS, at CIN5.0627270400010410.900.
    6vs COL, at DET, vs ATL18.0829273700131211.900.
    5vs ATL, vs WAS12.0415131401012112.810.243.282.324.606.081
    4at SF, at LAD30.0730266122013219.400.396.431.5831.014.187
    3at OAK, vs SD16.062619131002627.810.263.429.316.745.053
    2vs MIA, at MIL16.0625192520015414.000.206.341.353.694.147
    1at MIA8.041717141002013.600.


    May 26vs SFW 4-34.06431110000125.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    May 25vs SFL 2-71.0743000000100.
    May 24vs SFL 7-82.07440100010125.
    May 22at CLEL 3-66.07441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    May 21at CLEL 6-710.0844221012000.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    May 20at CLEL 1-30.0733000000000.
    May 19at MIAW 7-31.0755010000000.
    May 18at MIAL 9-108.0854120002100.010.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 17at MIAL 0-81.0833010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    May 16at PHIW 6-51.08540000001120.
    May 15at PHIL 5-104.0844111001000.
    May 14vs PHIL 0-42.09a11011000000.0001.0001.0002.0003.0001.000
    May 13vs PHIL 4-50.08550000000240.
    May 12vs ATLW 4-32.0844110000000.
    May 11vs ATLL 1-41.06430000001125.
    May 10vs ATLL 2-41.0632000000100.000.000.333.000.333.000
    May 7at STLW 7-54.0844130000000.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    May 6at STLW 4-31.0844010000000.
    May 5at TBL 6-71.06540000001360.
    May 4at TBL 1-31.06430000001125.
    May 3at TBL 8-102.06441100000125.
    May 2vs CHCW 7-61.0555100000000.
    May 1vs CHCL 0-12.0644020000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 30vs CHCW 4-24.0543010000100.010.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 29vs CHCL 1-32.0543010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 28vs STLW 4-21.0655010000000.
    Apr 27vs STLL 4-70.06440000000250.
    Apr 26vs STLL 2-40.06440000000125.
    Apr 24at SFW 8-24.0744021001000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Apr 23at SFL 1-52.0744020000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 22at SFL 2-50.07330000000133.300.
    Apr 21at LADL 0-101.0733010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Apr 20at LADW 6-45.0654022000100.000.500.6001.0001.600.500
    Apr 19at LADW 9-43.07551200000120.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Apr 17vs PITW 9-13.05331110000133.300.333.333.6671.000.334
    Apr 16vs PITW 3-13.07330110010133.300.333.333.6671.000.334
    Apr 15vs PITW 6-33.07441000000125.
    Apr 14vs KCW 2-13.0742100000100.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 13vs KCL 7-110.07440000000125.
    Apr 12vs KCW 6-14.0744030001000.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    Apr 11at ATLW 16-410.0753221003200.000.667.8001.0001.800.333
    Apr 9at ATLL 5-61.07440100000125.
    Apr 8at ATLW 8-75.0842210000200.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Apr 7at CINW 3-11.0844010000000.
    Apr 6at CINL 6-92.0743100000000.
    Apr 5at CINW 3-26.07441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Apr 4vs DETL 3-62.0753000000200.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 1vs DETL 0-50.08a1100000001100.
    Mar 31vs MILL 1-40.0444000000000.
    Mar 30vs MILL 6-71.0644010000000.
    Mar 29vs MILL 1-30.0433000000000.


    Sep 27vs MIAW 11-22.0644010001000.
    Sep 24at PHIL 2-50.0144000000000.
    Sep 23at PHIL 5-72.0344020000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Sep 22at PHIL 4-52.0354010000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 21at PHIL 4-511.0644231101000.010.750.7501.5002.250.750
    Sep 20at MIAW 8-31.0554000000100.
    Sep 19at MIAL 3-45.0644131000000.000.750.7501.0001.750.250
    Sep 18at MIAW 2-17.0544120011000.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Sep 17vs CINW 8-42.0655110000000.
    Sep 16vs CINL 2-31.0643000000100.
    Sep 15vs CINL 3-52.0544011000000.
    Sep 14vs ARIW 11-17.05441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 13vs ARIW 7-12.05441100000125.
    Sep 12vs ARIW 7-42.0354100000000.
    Sep 11vs ARIL 3-48.0344130011000.000.750.7501.5002.250.750
    Sep 10at MINW 2-02.03431000000250.
    Sep 9at MINL 4-84.0244110000000.
    Sep 8at MINL 2-52.06430100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Sep 6at WASL 2-30.03440000000125.
    Sep 5at WASW 11-50.03440000000125.
    Sep 3vs SEAW 6-38.0344220011000.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Sep 2vs SEAL 7-87.0355031101000.000.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Sep 1vs SEAW 2-11.0344010000000.
    Aug 30vs TEXW 6-53.03551110000120.
    Aug 29vs TEXL 1-22.03440200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Aug 28vs TEXL 3-40.03440000000125.
    Aug 27vs LAAW 3-22.0344110000000.
    Aug 26vs LAAL 3-54.03441100000125.
    Aug 25vs LAAL 1-33.0343011000100.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    Aug 23at ATLL 0-70.0344000000000.
    Aug 22at ATLL 2-34.0344020000000.010.500.500.5001.000.000
    Aug 21at ATLW 10-45.0355130001000.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    Aug 20at STLL 3-72.03441100000125.
    Aug 19at STLW 13-28.0355131001000.010.600.600.8001.400.200
    Aug 18at STLW 7-110.0655120014000.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Aug 17at STLW 4-23.03441110000125.
    Aug 16vs PITW 8-33.0454110000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 15vs PITL 4-70.05440000000375.
    Aug 14vs PITW 7-23.0433010002000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Aug 13vs ATLW 7-65.0355130001000.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    Aug 12vs ATLL 0-62.0444011000000.
    Aug 12vs ATLL 3-213.0344120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Aug 11vs ATLL 0-72.0354010000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 9vs CHCW 4-36.0544110011000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Aug 8vs CHCL 2-32.02441100000125.
    Aug 7vs CHCW 11-25.0642210000100.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Aug 6at BALL 0-22.01420000001125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Aug 5at BALL 3-79.0344120013000.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Aug 4at BALL 3-100.0544000000000.
    Aug 3at KCL 2-90.0144000000000.
    Aug 2at KCL 0-43.0155030000000.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    Aug 1at KCL 6-73.0155210000000.
    Jul 30vs WASW 5-26.0354110101100.000.250.400.7501.150.500
    Jul 29vs WASL 6-110.0544000000000.
    Jul 28vs WASW 5-13.0544030000000.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    Jul 27vs WASW 2-13.0343110000000.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 26at NYYL 1-31.0643000000000.
    Jul 25at NYYW 9-38.0354121003100.000.500.600.7501.350.250
    Jul 23at BOSL 1-61.03440100000125.
    Jul 22at BOSL 6-84.0644110002000.
    Jul 21at BOSW 5-44.03551210000120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jul 20vs CWSL 2-61.0543000000100.
    Jul 19vs CWSW 5-12.0543100000000.
    Jul 18vs CWSW 11-105.05551200020120.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jul 16vs LADW 2-12.0344011000000.
    Jul 15vs LADL 1-50.0344000000000.
    Jul 14vs LADL 0-60.06330000000266.700.
    Jul 9at SDL 2-63.0553010000000.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Jul 8at SDL 1-30.06440000000125.
    Jul 7at SDW 7-54.07551110010120.
    Jul 6at ARIW 9-06.0753111001200.000.333.600.6671.267.334
    Jul 5at ARIW 2-10.06440000000125.
    Jul 4at ARIW 8-55.05431100001125.010.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 2vs SFW 8-43.05550200010120.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jul 1vs SFW 4-10.03330000000133.300.
    Jun 30vs SFL 4-56.0344022002000.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Jun 29vs MILL 2-32.06440110000125.
    Jun 28vs MILL 2-50.09a220000000150.
    Jun 27vs MILW 7-21.05440100000125.
    Jun 26vs MILL 1-20.0733000000000.
    Jun 25at PHIL 6-70.07440000000250.
    Jun 23at PHIL 1-50.07330000000133.300.
    Jun 21at HOUL 8-102.06640000000233.300.000.333.000.333.000
    Jun 20at HOUL 2-40.07330000000133.300.
    Jun 19at HOUW 11-15.06550200010120.010.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 18vs STLL 7-87.0761200000100.000.000.833.000.833.000
    Jun 17vs STLL 3-50.0344000000000.
    Jun 16vs STLW 6-14.0344220000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jun 14vs NYYW 4-30.03440000000250.
    Jun 13vs NYYL 6-76.0364020002000.000.500.667.5001.167.000
    Jun 11at PITL 1-26.0344110011000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 10at PITW 5-12.0353000000000.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Jun 9at PITL 7-143.0644111000000.
    Jun 8at ATLL 10-133.03661200000350.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 7at ATLL 5-73.0254110000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Jun 6at ATLL 4-62.0343100000100.
    Jun 4vs TORL 4-60.07440000000125.
    Jun 3vs TORL 1-22.0343010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 2vs TORL 0-32.0344011000000.
    Jun 1vs PHIW 4-22.0344010001000.
    May 31vs PHIW 4-11.0344010000000.
    May 30vs PHIW 2-00.0722000000000.
    May 28at COLL 10-112.05a11110000000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    May 27at COLL 7-105.0354220000100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 26at COLW 5-20.0355000000000.
    May 25at CHCW 10-19.0354330000100.010.750.800.7501.550.000
    May 24at CHCL 2-40.0344000000000.
    May 23at CHCL 2-70.02a1100000001100.
    May 21vs CLEW 2-13.03320100011133.300.500.667.5001.167.000
    May 21vs CLEW 5-42.0344020000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 19vs CLEW 10-94.03541100011120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 18vs TBW 3-23.03441200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 17vs TBW 8-72.02a331100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    May 16vs TBL 5-83.0344120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 15at WASL 3-104.0744120001000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 14at WASW 8-21.02550100000120.
    May 13at WASL 2-31.02440000010125.
    May 12at WASW 3-22.0355020000000.000.400.400.400.800.000
    May 11at CINL 0-50.0344000000000.
    May 10at CINW 2-11.03550100000120.
    May 9at CINL 6-70.03440000000125.
    May 7vs COLL 6-136.0355130002000.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    May 6vs COLL 2-50.05a1100000001100.
    May 5vs COLW 1-00.0533000000000.
    May 4at DETL 0-20.06330000000133.300.
    May 3at DETL 1-81.0343000000100.
    May 3at DETL 5-61.0644010000000.
    May 1vs ATLL 8-92.0554010000000.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 1vs ATLW 5-38.0544220011000.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Apr 28vs ATLL 0-43.0521000000100.010.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 27vs WASW 9-86.0555120101000.000.400.400.8001.200.400
    Apr 26vs WASL 1-43.06430200001125.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Apr 25vs WASL 0-50.0544000000000.
    Apr 23at SFL 4-53.0544120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 22at SFL 4-71.05440100000125.
    Apr 21at SFW 7-05.0354220000000.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Apr 20at SFW 9-412.0653230012100.0001.0001.0002.0003.0001.000
    Apr 19at LADW 5-31.0543000000100.
    Apr 18at LADL 0-51.0633010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Apr 17at LADW 8-67.0555132001000.000.600.6001.0001.600.400
    Apr 16at OAKW 4-32.07430100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 15at OAKW 3-20.0544000000000.
    Apr 14at OAKW 17-63.0564100000100.000.000.333.000.333.000
    Apr 12vs SDW 5-25.0641000000300.010.000.750.000.750.000
    Apr 11vs SDL 2-42.0643010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 10vs SDW 5-04.03440110020125.
    Apr 9vs MIAL 2-74.0642011000200.000.500.7501.0001.750.500
    Apr 8vs MIAW 5-25.0643111001100.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    Apr 7vs MIAW 9-33.05531000002240.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 5at MILL 6-70.06440000000125.
    Apr 4at MILL 0-94.0743030000000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Apr 3at MILL 0-100.05440000000125.
    Apr 2at MIAW 5-12.0644010001000.
    Apr 1at MIAW 6-23.0355111000000.
    Mar 31at MIAL 1-20.06440000000125.
    Mar 30at MIAW 5-33.0544020001000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
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