Lane Thomas

OF · Washington Nationals

Bats R Throws R
Height 6'0" Weight 195
DOB 1995-08-23 Age 28.9
Hometown Knoxville, TN
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 7.04, 94th

Season Projections

Draft Buddy492.01496365778414431322744615925.0175.250.310.428.738.178
THE BAT453.31446145587413530319674515324.8165.242.305.410.715.168

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

  • Nationals Preparing To Be Sellers At The Deadline

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    The Washington Nationals are preparing to be sellers during this summer's trade deadline, with hopes of moving left-handed starter Patrick Corbin, who is making $35.4 million in the final year of his contract. In addition to Corbin, the team could also trade relievers Dylan Floro and Hunter Harvey, and maybe even closer Kyle Finnegan. They are also hoping to trade veteran outfielders Jesse Winker and Joey Gallo and will consider dealing outfielder Lane Thomas if the price is right. Washington already promoted top prospect James Wood this year and are awaiting the next wave of prospects, including outfielder Dylan Crews, third baseman Brady House and right-hander Cade Cavalli, who should arrive early next year, if not sooner.

    Jul 11 · Source via Prospects Closers Closers Prospects Prospects Washington Nationals Cade Cavalli Patrick Corbin Dylan Crews Kyle Finnegan Dylan Floro Joey Gallo Hunter Harvey Brady House Lane Thomas Jesse Winker James Wood
  • Lane Thomas Picks Up Three Hits, Drives In Four

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas had a big night at the plate in his team's 11-5 win over the Colorado Rockies on Friday. Thomas went 3-for-6 with a double, a triple, two runs, and four RBI to help power his team to the win. The veteran outfielder is now hitting .238 with five doubles, two triples, eight homers, 25 runs, 28 RBI, and 16 steals over 181 at-bats this season. He has been red-hot at the plate of late, batting .300 with four homers and 10 RBI over his past seven games. Fantasy gamers should consider Thomas for their starting lineups while he's on a hot streak.

    Jun 22 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Blasts Three-Run Homer, Has Multi-Hit Game On Friday

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas smacked his fifth homer of the season on Friday in the Nationals 8-1 win over the Miami Marlins. Thomas hit his three-run homer in the bottom of the third off Marlins starter Shaun Anderson. Thomas added another single to finish two-for-five on the day with two hits, three RBI and a run scored. The 28-year-old started the season slow but has come back strong after battling knee issues for most of May. He has hit for an .800 OPS since he was reinstated, giving him a season-long .654 OPS. Expect the righty to hit more like he has since his return instead of what he showed at the beginning of the season. Fantasy managers that happen to see Thomas on their waiver wire should snag him up immediately.

    Jun 14 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Goes Yard

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's loss against the Atlanta Braves. The home run would be the fourth of the season for Thomas. The outfielder missed some time earlier in the season with a sprained MCL and has hit .250 with two homers, six RBI and four stolen bases since his return last week. Thomas has a breakout campaign in 2023, while showcasing both power and speed and that hasn't stopped this season. Although he is still shaking off some rust, Thomas remains a viable option in most formats.

    Jun 7 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Fills Box Score Against Braves

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas filled up the box score in Wednesday's win over the division-rival Atlanta Braves, going 3-for-4 with a three-run home run, a double, a walk, two runs scored, and two stolen bases in the victory. Before making an awesome sliding catch in right field to retire Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies in the fifth inning, Thomas hammered a three-run homer to left field to give the Nationals a 3-1 lead in the top of the frame. Although the speedy 28-year-old right fielder is still slashing a poor .210/.273/.330 with three big flies, 13 RBI, and nine runs scored over 100 at-bats overall this year, he's stolen 13 bases across 25 outings overall and gone 5-for-13 with four-extra base hits since returning from the injured list. The buy-low window in fantasy appears to be swiftly closing.

    May 30 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Reinstated And Starting On Monday

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    The Washington Nationals reinstated outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) from the 10-day injured list on Monday and designated outfielder Victor Robles for assignment in a corresponding move. Thomas is back in right field on Monday and is batting in the two-hole against Atlanta Braves veteran right-hander Charlie Morton in his first game back. The 28-year-old will return for the first time since late April due to a Grade 2 MCL sprain and should be thrown back into starting fantasy lineups because of his impressive power/speed combination. Ignore the fact that he hit only .184/.250/.253 with two home runs to begin the year, as he also had 11 stolen bases in 87 at-bats. The former fifth-rounder by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2014 needs to be rostered everywhere and will play regularly for the Nats now that he's healthy again.

    May 27 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas To Continue Rehabbing Knee, Will Be Re-Evaluated After Weekend

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) will continue rehabbing his knee in the minor leagues and will be re-evaluated after the weekend, per Nationals manager Dave Martinez. Thomas is currently with Double-A Harrisburg but could also make his way to Triple-A Rochester. The righty has been recovering from a sprained MCL for the past month. Washington's offense is in need of some offensive firepower, scoring over three runs just three times in their past nine games. Thomas had been performing well below his norms prior to his injury, but if he returns to his .783 OPS from 2023 it'd be a great help to a desperate Nationals offense. Fantasy managers should be prepare for his return in the next week or so under the assumption that no setbacks happen over the weekend.

    May 24 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Could Return As Early As Friday

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) is getting ready to return and could be reinstated from the injured list as early as Friday night's series opener against the visiting Seattle Mariners. The Nationals have managed just a .503 OPS in 22 games since Thomas sprained the MCL in his left knee a month ago, so they will certainly welcome his return. In the course of his career in D.C., Thomas has a .747 OPS. He spent the last three days on a minor-league rehab assignment with Double-A Harrisburg, where he went 2-for-9 with a double, walk, two strikeouts and a stolen base. Most importantly, he played a full nine innings on Thursday night. If Thomas doesn't return to the big-league lineup on Friday, it will likely come later this weekend or early next week. The 28-year-old will be an everyday hitter near the top of the lineup when he returns, and he shouldn't be floating around any waiver wires in fantasy.

    May 24 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Could Return To Nationals This Weekend

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) will begin a minor-league rehab assignment with Double-A Harrisburg on Tuesday, and if all goes well, he'll play again on Wednesday. The team will then decide if Thomas is ready to come off the injured list or if he needs more time on his rehab assignment. If the Nationals are happy with what they see from the 28-year-old on Tuesday and Wednesday, he could return to the big-league lineup on Friday for the series opener against the Seattle Mariners. Thomas has been out almost a month with a Grade 2 MCL sprain in his left knee, but he should be rostered in all fantasy formats despite going 16-for-87 (.184) before his injury. He already has 11 stolen bases in 22 games in 2024 after being a 20-20 man in 2023.

    May 20 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Could Be Ready For Rehab Assignment This Week

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) could be ready to start his rehab assignment this week, per Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports. Thomas suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain on April 23 and has been mixing in some running over the past week. If all goes well in Thomas' rehab stint, he could return to the Nationals' lineup by the end of May. The 28-year-old was performing well below his norms before his MCL sprain, hitting for just a .503 OPS in 96 plate appearances. Based off his expected stats, he should regress positively and perform closer to his norms once he returns, with a good amount of his value coming from stolen bases (11 on the season). Fantasy managers should keep an eye on his status, though he may be best as a bench option rather than a starter.

    May 17 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Does Some Running Wednesday

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) is doing some baserunning on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a Grade 2 sprain of his left MCL three weeks ago. Thomas isn't running at 100 percent yet, but it didn't look like he was at much less than full speed on Wednesday. It sounds as though Thomas is getting very close to embarking on a minor-league rehab assignment, although the Nationals could want to see him play in at least a handful of games given his long layoff. Still, the 28-year-old could return from the injured list before the end of May, barring any setbacks. Thomas was hitting just .184 (16-for-87) with two homers and 10 RBI before his injury, but he also contributed 11 stolen bases in just 22 games and was a 20-20 player in 2023. He should not be floating around on the waiver wire in any fantasy league.

    May 15 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Ramping Up Activity

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) took batting practice on the field prior to Friday's game against the Boston Red Sox after doing so for the first time in his rehab on Tuesday at Nationals Park. Thomas has continued to run and throw as well, so the next step for him is to run the bases. Working his way back from a left MCL sprain that put him on the injured list on April 24, the 28-year-old outfielder still has a chance to return before the end of the month if he can begin a minor-league rehab assignment sometime in late May. Thomas is slashing a lackluster .184/.250/.253 with two home runs and 10 RBI over 87 at-bats (22 games) as Washington's primary right fielder this season, but his 11 stolen bases make him a must-stash asset in the majority of fantasy leagues.

    May 11 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Taking On-Field Batting Practice

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) is taking full batting practice on the field on Tuesday for the first time since going on the injured list with a left MCL sprain two weeks ago. It's good progress for Thomas, but he still has other boxes to check before the club clears him to embark on a minor-league rehab assignment. Barring a setback with his knee, the 28-year-old should be able to return to Washington's lineup before the end of May. In his absence, the left-handed-hitting Jesse Winker has seen more run in the Nationals' outfield. When he's healthy, Thomas will return to everyday duties for the team despite hitting .184 in his first 87 at-bats. He had added two home runs, 10 RBI and 11 stolen bases. Thomas' 20-20 potential makes him stash-worthy in all fantasy leagues.

    May 7 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Lane Thomas Still Dealing With Stiffness And Swelling

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    Washington Nationals outfielder Lane Thomas (knee) is still working on decreasing stiffness and swelling in his left knee. It certainly doesn't sound like Thomas is currently participating in baseball activities, which means that his stay on the 10-day injured list is all but certain to extend past the minimum stint. The 28-year-old right fielder was slashing .184/.250/.253 with two home runs, 10 RBI, six runs scored, and 11 stolen bases over 87 at-bats (22 games) for the Nats, and fantasy managers should be preparing for him to be sidelined with a left MCL sprain likely until mid-to-late May. Veteran Eddie Rosario is filling in for Thomas in Washington's outfield on the strong side of a platoon with Alex Call, but he's gone just 6-for-68 in 22 outings and can be ignored on waiver wires unless his bat starts to wake up.

    May 1 · Source via Washington Nationals Lane Thomas
  • Hitting Stats

    2024 ATC476.51446155588114030322714515324.9165.250.311.430.741.180
    2024 Draft Buddy492.01496365778414431322744615925.0175.250.310.428.738.178
    2024 Steamer500.91476605958314833324754916424.9156.248.311.431.742.183
    2024 THE BAT453.31446145587413530319674515324.8165.242.305.410.715.168
    2024 Zeile485.01476295708114231323734615624.8155.249.310.435.745.186

    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



    18vs SD4.0144011000000.
    17vs CIN10.0312101110012325.
    16at MIL, at NYM, vs STL21.0730252810013516.722.320.393.360.753.040
    15vs STL, vs NYM28.0734324920032926.541.281.324.344.668.063
    14at TB, at SD20.0627234521033622.201.217.308.391.699.174
    13at COL, vs ARI31.0627266721181725.911.269.296.538.834.269
    12vs MIA, at DET35.0624226810372520.811.364.417.8181.235.454
    11vs ATL, vs NYM20.0731284701112722.602.250.300.429.729.179
    10at CLE, at ATL35.0730275830153723.340.296.367.519.886.223
    5vs LAD3.0133010000000.010.333.333.333.666.000
    4vs HOU, at LAD11.0625231200002624.
    3at OAK, at SF24.0628272700261621.411.259.286.481.767.222
    2vs PHI, vs PIT21.0626223500014311.540.227.346.227.573.000
    1at CIN9.0313120100031538.520.


    27at ATL, at BAL13.0524243510110729.
    26vs ATL, vs CWS31.0731274610263825.821.222.300.481.781.259
    25at MIL, at PIT12.0731312320120825.800.
    24vs LAD11.021091100130220.
    23vs MIA, at TOR30.0624225700351416.710.318.348.7271.075.409
    22at MIA, at NYY14.0626231421002830.810.174.240.348.588.174
    21vs PHI, vs BOS19.0626235910013623.100.391.462.435.897.044
    20vs OAK, at PHI21.0730274510132826.711.185.241.333.574.148
    19at CIN, vs MIL41.06252579203100936.020.360.360.8001.160.440
    18at NYM, vs COL8.0726242300011723.300.
    17vs SF, at CHC32.06282857202401032.540.211.250.447.697.236
    16at STL9.0314112210013113.600.278.381.333.714.055
    15vs TEX, vs CIN23.07313031020051724.610.306.338.371.709.065
    14at PHI, at SEA26.0628265920152927.300.286.352.469.821.183
    13at SD, vs ARI, vs STL33.07302651020240826.311.327.340.615.955.288
    12vs MIA, at HOU30.0626255940251520.000.362.400.7871.187.425
    11at ATL, vs ARI26.0520206621130727.520.271.300.521.821.250
    10vs PHI, at LAD11.0627252510012419.300.250.316.385.701.135
    9at KC, vs SD26.0629264730233827.600.269.345.615.960.346
    8vs DET, at MIA, vs NYM35.073129811302521032.300.379.419.6901.109.311
    7vs NYM, at SF21.0630274800111723.310.296.321.407.728.111
    6at ARI, vs CHC33.0725245701371520.010.292.320.7501.070.458
    5vs PIT, at NYM13.0522173300024520.000.200.333.200.533.000
    4at MIN, vs BAL5.0417172200010731.
    3vs CLE, at LAA17.0624233620031826.910.260.288.420.708.160
    2at COL, vs TB24.0731274910043717.511.286.375.306.681.020
    1vs ATL7.0312121510000124.


    Jul 23vs SDL 0-44.0244011000000.
    Jul 21vs CINW 5-21.02430000001125.
    Jul 20vs CINW 5-45.02440110010125.
    Jul 19vs CINW 8-54.02431000001125.
    Jul 14at MILL 3-94.03441100000125.
    Jul 13at MILW 6-53.02550210000120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jul 12at MILW 5-22.03440100010125.
    Jul 11at NYML 0-75.0252020000200.0011.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Jul 10at NYML 2-65.06431100000125.010.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 9at NYML 5-71.02430000001125.
    Jul 8vs STLL 0-61.0244010000000.
    Jul 7vs STLL 3-82.02550200000360.001.400.400.400.800.000
    Jul 6vs STLW 14-67.0255120002000.010.400.400.400.800.000
    Jul 5vs STLL 6-76.02661210000233.310.333.333.500.833.167
    Jul 4vs NYMW 1-06.02430100001125.020.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 3vs NYMW 7-54.0244111001000.
    Jul 2vs NYML 2-71.02540000001240.
    Jul 1vs NYML 7-92.02551100000120.
    Jun 30at TBL 0-51.02430000000125.
    Jun 29at TBW 8-14.0254120000100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Jun 28at TBL 1-30.02440000000125.
    Jun 26at SDL 5-87.02421110022125.001.500.7501.0001.750.500
    Jun 25at SDL 7-96.0255210101000.
    Jun 24at SDL 6-72.02550110000360.
    Jun 23at COLW 2-16.02441110010125.
    Jun 22at COLL 7-85.02551200020120.001.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 21at COLW 11-512.02662311040116.700.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Jun 20vs ARIL 2-56.01441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 19vs ARIW 3-12.0143100000100.
    Jun 18vs ARIL 0-50.02440000000375.
    Jun 16vs MIAW 3-16.02441100110250.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 15vs MIAW 4-09.02442210110125.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Jun 14vs MIAW 8-19.0255120013000.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Jun 13at DETL 2-71.02330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 12at DETW 7-55.02541100001120.011.250.400.250.650.000
    Jun 11at DETW 5-45.0232110002100.000.500.667.5001.167.000
    Jun 9vs ATLW 8-53.02541100001240.001.250.400.250.650.000
    Jun 8vs ATLW 7-34.02442200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jun 7vs ATLW 2-14.02430101001125.001.333.5001.0001.500.667
    Jun 6vs ATLL 2-56.02441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 5vs NYML 1-90.02440000000125.
    Jun 4vs NYML 3-61.02540000000120.
    Jun 3vs NYML 7-82.0155020000000.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 2at CLEW 5-23.01330100020133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 1at CLEL 2-33.0343110000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 31at CLEL 1-70.02440000000125.
    May 30at ATLW 3-17.02541100001240.020.250.400.250.650.000
    May 29at ATLW 7-217.02542310131120.020.750.8001.7502.5501.000
    May 28at ATLL 0-20.02440000000125.
    May 27at ATLW 8-45.02551220000120.000.400.400.8001.200.400
    Apr 23vs LADL 1-43.0233010000000.010.333.333.333.666.000
    Apr 21vs HOUW 6-05.03421000002125.010.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 20vs HOUW 5-42.03550000000120.
    Apr 19vs HOUL 3-51.04440100000250.
    Apr 17at LADW 2-00.03440000000250.
    Apr 16at LADL 2-63.0344010000000.
    Apr 15at LADW 6-40.0344000000000.
    Apr 14at OAKL 6-712.05551300130120.010.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Apr 13at OAKW 3-11.02540000001240.
    Apr 12at OAKL 1-21.02550100000120.
    Apr 10at SFL 1-70.02440000000125.
    Apr 9at SFW 5-30.02440000000125.
    Apr 8at SFW 8-110.0355130013000.000.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Apr 7vs PHIW 3-211.0343220000100.030.667.750.6671.417.000
    Apr 6vs PHIL 2-56.0143120000100.010.667.750.6671.417.000
    Apr 5vs PHIL 0-40.02440000000125.
    Apr 4vs PITL 4-71.02540000001120.
    Apr 3vs PITW 5-30.02440000000125.
    Apr 1vs PITL 4-83.0254010001100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Mar 31at CINL 5-68.0244010003000.
    Mar 30at CINW 7-61.02540000001360.
    Mar 28at CINL 2-80.02440000000250.


    Oct 1at ATLW 10-97.0266241000000.001.667.667.8331.500.166
    Sep 30at ATLL 3-50.02550000000240.
    Sep 29at ATLW 10-66.02551100110120.
    Sep 27at BALL 1-50.02440000000250.
    Sep 26at BALL 0-10.02440000000250.
    Sep 24vs ATLW 3-20.02440000000250.
    Sep 24vs ATLL 5-810.02552200110120.010.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Sep 22vs ATLL 6-93.02540110001120.000.250.400.500.900.250
    Sep 21vs ATLL 3-101.02550100000120.
    Sep 20vs CWSW 13-313.0252210014200.001.500.8002.0002.8001.500
    Sep 19vs CWSW 4-31.02330000010133.300.
    Sep 18vs CWSL 1-63.02440100000250.
    Sep 17at MILW 2-12.02550110000240.
    Sep 16at MILL 5-90.02550000000360.
    Sep 15at MILL 3-56.0244110011000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 14at PITL 0-20.0244000000000.
    Sep 13at PITL 6-74.02551110010360.
    Sep 12at PITL 1-50.0244000000000.
    Sep 11at PITW 6-20.0244000000000.
    Sep 10vs LADL 3-70.02550000000120.
    Sep 9vs LADW 7-611.02541100130120.010.250.4001.0001.400.750
    Sep 3vs MIAL 4-69.02551300120120.000.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Sep 2vs MIAL 5-116.0233110011000.000.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    Sep 1vs MIAL 5-89.02551300120120.000.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Aug 30at TORL 0-70.0233000000000.
    Aug 29at TORW 5-42.02431000001250.
    Aug 28at TORL 3-64.0243100000000.
    Aug 27at MIAL 1-22.02440110000375.
    Aug 26at MIAW 3-23.02440101000125.
    Aug 25at MIAW 7-45.0254110000100.010.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 24at NYYW 6-52.02530000001240.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Aug 23at NYYL 1-90.02440000000125.
    Aug 22at NYYW 2-12.02440110000125.
    Aug 20vs PHIW 4-33.02441200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Aug 19vs PHIL 3-124.0244121000000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Aug 18vs PHIW 8-75.02540300011120.000.750.800.7501.550.000
    Aug 17vs BOSW 10-72.01541000001240.
    Aug 16vs BOSW 6-23.0244120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Aug 15vs BOSL 4-52.02431000001250.
    Aug 13vs OAKW 8-72.02551100000240.
    Aug 12vs OAKW 3-22.09a11010001000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Aug 11vs OAKW 8-23.02541100000120.001.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 10at PHIL 2-62.02550110000240.
    Aug 9at PHIL 0-70.02440000000125.
    Aug 8at PHIL 4-87.02551100120120.
    Aug 8at PHIW 5-45.01531000002120.010.000.400.000.400.000
    Aug 6at CINW 6-310.02441210130250.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Aug 5at CINW 7-311.0244221002000.020.500.500.7501.250.250
    Aug 4at CINW 6-315.02553300230120.000.600.6001.8002.4001.200
    Aug 2vs MILW 3-20.02440000000250.
    Aug 1vs MILL 4-60.02440000000375.
    Jul 31vs MILW 5-35.02441200020125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jul 30at NYML 2-50.05a1100000001100.
    Jul 29at NYMW 11-62.02550100010120.
    Jul 28at NYML 1-50.02440000000375.
    Jul 27at NYML 1-20.02440000000250.
    Jul 26vs COLW 5-43.0243110000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 25vs COLW 6-52.0244110000000.
    Jul 24vs COLL 6-101.0243000000000.
    Jul 23vs SFW 6-115.0244231001000.040.750.7501.0001.750.250
    Jul 22vs SFW 10-14.02551110010240.
    Jul 21vs SFW 5-37.02441200110125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jul 19at CHCL 3-80.02550000000240.
    Jul 18at CHCL 3-176.02551100110240.
    Jul 17at CHCW 7-50.02550000000360.
    Jul 16at STLL 4-83.0242100000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jul 15at STLL 6-94.0254111000100.000.250.400.500.900.250
    Jul 14at STLW 7-52.02550100010120.
    Jul 9vs TEXW 7-22.02550100010240.
    Jul 8vs TEXW 8-36.02442200000250.010.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jul 7vs TEXL 2-70.0244000000000.
    Jul 6vs CINL 4-55.0155020003000.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jul 5vs CINL 2-94.01541200001120.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Jul 4vs CINL 4-83.01440110010125.
    Jul 3vs CINL 2-33.01440210000125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jul 2at PHIW 5-40.01440000000125.
    Jul 1at PHIL 4-194.01551200010240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 30at PHIW 2-13.01430200001125.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Jun 28at SEAW 4-12.0144110000000.
    Jun 27at SEAW 7-48.01652210021233.300.400.500.6001.100.200
    Jun 26at SEAL 4-89.01551210120360.000.400.4001.2001.600.800
    Jun 25at SDW 8-35.01641100010116.700.250.500.250.750.000
    Jun 24at SDW 2-08.01441300110125.000.750.7501.5002.250.750
    Jun 23at SDL 3-130.01330000000266.700.
    Jun 22vs ARIL 3-57.01441200110125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jun 21vs STLW 3-01.01440100000125.
    Jun 20vs STLL 3-92.0133010001000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 19vs STLL 6-810.01642220000233.310.500.6671.0001.667.500
    Jun 18vs MIAL 2-47.0144110012000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 17vs MIAL 2-53.01441110000250.
    Jun 16vs MIAL 5-69.0155121012000.000.400.4001.2001.600.800
    Jun 15at HOUW 4-15.01551210010120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jun 14at HOUL 4-51.01440100000125.
    Jun 13at HOUL 1-65.01431210001125.000.667.7501.0001.750.333
    Jun 11at ATLW 6-20.01440000000250.
    Jun 10at ATLL 4-68.01441211020125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jun 9at ATLL 2-35.01442100000250.
    Jun 7vs ARIL 2-63.0144111000000.
    Jun 6vs ARIL 5-1010.01442200110250.010.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jun 4vs PHIL 3-111.0144010000000.
    Jun 3vs PHIL 2-40.01440000000250.
    Jun 2vs PHIW 8-74.0154110001100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 31at LADW 10-60.01550000000120.
    May 30at LADL 3-95.0154121000100.000.500.600.7501.350.250
    May 29at LADL 1-61.01440100000125.
    May 28at KCL 2-32.01550110000240.
    May 27at KCW 4-23.01540110001240.000.250.400.500.900.250
    May 26at KCW 12-108.01652100111233.300.200.333.8001.133.600
    May 25vs SDL 6-83.01541100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 24vs SDW 5-33.01440110010125.
    May 23vs SDL 4-77.0144120011000.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    May 21vs DETW 6-42.01551100000120.
    May 20vs DETW 5-27.01441310020125.000.750.7501.0001.750.250
    May 19vs DETL 6-88.0143110012100.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    May 18at MIAL 3-52.02441100000125.
    May 17at MIAL 3-41.01440100000250.
    May 16at MIAL 4-56.01551100110480.
    May 15vs NYMW 10-39.01543320001120.000.750.8001.2502.050.500
    May 14vs NYML 2-84.01640000000116.710.000.333.000.333.000
    May 13vs NYMW 3-23.0144120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 12vs NYML 2-31.01540000001240.
    May 10at SFW 11-68.01552200110120.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    May 9at SFL 1-41.01550100000360.
    May 8at SFW 5-14.0155130000000.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    May 7at ARIW 9-83.01551100010120.
    May 6at ARIL 7-88.01541100121120.000.250.4001.0001.400.750
    May 5at ARIL 1-31.07330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    May 4vs CHCW 4-38.0633110013000.000.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    May 3vs CHCW 2-17.07331201000133.310.667.6671.3332.000.666
    May 2vs CHCW 4-10.07330000000133.300.
    May 1vs CHCL 1-56.0633110011000.000.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    Apr 30vs PITW 7-23.0743110000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 29vs PITL 3-61.06440000010125.
    Apr 27at NYML 8-95.05532100001240.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Apr 26at NYMW 4-13.07430100011125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 25at NYMW 5-01.07540000001120.
    Apr 22at MINW 10-42.05551100000360.
    Apr 21at MINW 3-23.0144110001000.
    Apr 19vs BALL 0-40.09440000000125.
    Apr 18vs BALL 0-10.01440000000375.
    Apr 16vs CLEW 7-67.01441220020125.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Apr 15vs CLEL 4-61.07440100000125.
    Apr 14vs CLEL 3-45.07441200000250.010.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 12at LAAL 2-30.07330000000133.300.
    Apr 11at LAAL 0-21.06430000001125.
    Apr 10at LAAW 6-43.02551100010240.
    Apr 9at COLL 6-72.07430100000125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 8at COLW 7-62.05441100000250.
    Apr 7at COLW 10-56.0755330000000.001.600.600.6001.200.000
    Apr 6at COLL 0-12.01430100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 5vs TBL 2-74.01530000002120.010.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 4vs TBL 6-107.0155031003000.000.600.600.8001.400.200
    Apr 3vs TBL 2-61.06440000010250.
    Apr 2vs ATLW 4-13.0144120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 1vs ATLL 1-73.0733021000000.000.667.6671.0001.667.333
    Mar 30vs ATLL 2-71.01550100000120.
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