Juan Soto

OF, San Diego Padres

Bats L Throws L
Height 6'1" Weight 185
DOB 1998-10-25 Age 23.8

2022 Fantasy Rankings

5X5 $37
NFBC ADP (15-team): 1.03, 3rd

Season Projections

THE BAT$381536625291091633123510012510115.3114.308.444.5731.017.265
Zeile$38 -6655201151612933410613610215.3125.310.453.5731.026.263
Draft Buddy$37 -6655361131642633210412311016.6115.306.434.547.981.241

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

Fantasy Baseball News Last 90 Days

  • Juan Soto To Make Padres Debut On Wednesday

    San Diego Padres outfielder Juan Soto will make his team debut for the club on Wednesday. The superstar slugger was acquired alongside Josh Bell in a massive trade on Tuesday. He'll start in right field and bat second in his highly-anticipated debut against the Colorado Rockies. The 23-year-old is going to have a ton of pressure on him as the Padres go all-in for a World Series. Fantasy managers should make sure Soto is in their lineups for Wednesday's matchup against Chad Kuhl in San Diego.

    Aug 3 · Source via Padres Juan Soto
  • Padres Agree On Deal For Juan Soto, Josh Bell

    The San Diego Padres and Washington Nationals have agreed in principle on a deal that will send outfielder Juan Soto and first baseman Josh Bell to the Padres, according to sources. ESPN's Jeff Passan is reporting that the Padres will send left-hander MacKenzie Gore, outfielder Robert Hassell III, shortstop C.J. Abrams, outfielder James Wood and right-hander Jarlin Susana to Washington in the package. One other major-leaguer will also be involved, which is the only current holdup. Soto is only 23 years old and is already one of the best all-around hitters in the game, while Bell will also be an upgrade for the Friars at first base over Eric Hosmer, who could be dealt in a separate deal. The Padres were already contenders, but the addition of both Soto and Bell takes them to another level.

    Aug 2 · Source via Nationals Josh Bell Juan Soto
  • Padres Likely Landing Spot For Juan Soto, Josh Bell

    There is a growing sense that the San Diego Padres are the most likely landing spot for Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto and perhaps first baseman Josh Bell, too, as Tuesday's trade deadline approaches. Multiple people have heard there is momentum in the Padres' talks for Soto and Bell. The Athletic's Jim Bowden reports a potential deal would cost the Padres a package including shortstop C.J. Abrams, outfielder Robert Hassel III, left-hander Adrian Morejon and two other prospects. It seems like a pretty cheap deal for Soto himself, let alone Soto and Bell. The Dodgers and Cardinals are the other teams in the mix for Soto, who would be an absolute difference-maker down the stretch for any contending team this year. Stay tuned.

    Aug 2 · Source via Nationals Josh Bell Juan Soto
  • Cards Won't Do Dylan Carlson, Top Prospects For Juan Soto

    According to a report from MLB Network's Jon Morosi, the St. Louis Cardinals are not willing to include both Dylan Carlson and their top prospects in a package for Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto. Soto has been a hot name with the MLB trade deadline coming up on Tuesday, August 2, but it appears that the Cardinals might not be willing to put together the type of package that it will take to acquire Soto. Negotiations for Soto are "reaching a critical point" according to Morosi.

    Aug 1 · Source via Nationals Cardinals Juan Soto Dylan Carlson
  • Dodgers Being More Aggressive On Juan Soto

    While the San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals have been considered the front-runners to trade for Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been much more aggressive of late in their trade proposals for the 23-year-old superstar. We can only imagine an already strong Dodgers lineup adding one of the best all-around hitters in the game for years to come. The Nationals obviously aren't just going to give Soto away unless they receive a massive haul, and they reportedly are going to make him another long-term extension offer before looking to trade him this week. In 341 at-bats so far this year, Soto is hitting .243/.403/.475 with an .878 OPS, 20 home runs, 45 RBI, 60 runs scored and five stolen bases for the last-place Nationals.

    Aug 1 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Nationals To Make Juan Soto Another Offer

    The Washington Nationals plan to make another offer to All-Star outfielder Juan Soto, which will be their last. If Soto doesn't accept the offer, he will be traded before Tuesday's deadline. Soto was initially going to be off limits in trade talks this summer, but that was before he turned down a 15-year, $440 million contract extension from the team. The San Diego Padres could be the front-runners for the 23-year-old superstar if he's actually dealt, but the Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers could also be candidates to trade for him. Soto isn't exactly tearing the cover off the ball in 2022 with a .243 batting average, but he has a league-leading 84 walks for a .400 on-base percentage and 20 home runs, 45 RBI and five steals in 97 games.

    Jul 29 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Padres The Front-Runners For Juan Soto?

    Some rival executives perceive the San Diego Padres to be the front-runners to land Washington Nationals All-Star outfielder Juan Soto, as of Thursday morning. It's going to take multiple high-level prospects and multiple major league-ready players to land Soto in a blockbuster trade before Tuesday's trade deadline, but the Padres have a strong enough farm system to get it done. The New York Yankees could be out now after acquiring Andrew Benintendi on Wednesday night, but the Mariners, Giants, Dodgers, Cardinals, Mets and Rangers are also involved with Soto. The 23-year-old superstar is hitting .243/.400/.480 with an .880 OPS, 20 home runs, 45 RBI, 58 runs scored, five stolen bases and a league-leading 84 walks in 97 games. Soto would make any contending team a whole lot better.

    Jul 28 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Nationals Say They Won't Look To Dump A Bad Contract

    Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said "we're not going to dilute the return for any player by including a bad contract," when he was asked about the team throwing left-hander Patrick Corbin's bloated contract into another deal at this year's trade deadline. Reports have surfaced in the last week that Washington wants to offload Corbin's contract in any blockbuster deal involving superstar outfielder Juan Soto. Corbin has been downright bad in 2022, going 4-13 with a 6.02 ERA and a 1.70 WHIP with 98 strikeouts and 36 walks in 104 2/3 innings over 20 starts. He's allowed a league-high 142 hits and 70 earned runs, and he's also allowed at least four runs in each of his last three starts.

    Jul 27 · Source via Nationals Patrick Corbin Juan Soto
  • Cardinals Potential Front-Runners For Juan Soto

    The St. Louis Cardinals, who have plenty of highly regarded young prospects, are viewed by rivals as a potential front-runner to acquire Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto. The New York Mets and New York Yankees are among at least a half-dozen teams to believed to have checked in on Soto. The Seattle Mariners are another team seen early as having a chance to land the superstar. The Dodgers, Padres and Giants are among other teams thought to be showing interest. According to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal, the Nationals are telling teams they want four to five top young players for Soto, a combination of prospects and major-leaguers with low service time.

    Jul 25 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Latest On Juan Soto Trade Talks

    5:16PM: The Nationals want “four to five top young players” for Soto, Ken Rosenthal said during a FOX Sports interview today.  This “monstrous ask” consists of star prospects and/or players who have only recently made their MLB debuts, and thus are under control for several years.  Given the size of this expected trade package, “at…

    Jul 23 · MLB Trade Rumors Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Wins 2022 Home Run Derby

    Washington Nationals star outfielder Juan Soto won the 2022 Home Run Derby at Dodger Stadium on Monday by outlasting Seattle Mariners rookie outfielder Julio Rodriguez. At 23 years and 266 days old, Soto became the second-youngest player to ever win the Derby. He's also the second Nationals player to win the event and the first Dominican-born champion since Robinson Cano in 2011. New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso, who was trying to win his third straight title, was taken down by Rodriguez in the semifinals. The biggest surprise was St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols beating Philadelphia Phillies left-handed slugger Kyle Schwarber in the first round. Soto had a bit of a disappointing first half by his standards, but he still has 20 home runs, 43 RBI, 57 runs scored and five stolen bases for the last-place Nationals.

    Jul 19 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Yankees, Mets To Explore Trade For Juan Soto

    The New York Yankees and New York Mets will look into a trade for Washington Nationals superstar outfielder Juan Soto now that he's been made available after turning down a 15-year, $440 million extension, according to sources. However, early speculation around the game is that it won't be easy for any team to complete a megadeal like this before the Aug. 2 trade deadline. It might be especially hard for the Mets, as the Nationals probably don't want to see Soto playing against them within their own division. Early unconfirmed speculation is that the Nats would want a team's top four prospects and/or young major-leaguers and maybe a willingness to take left-hander Patrick Corbin's bloated contract. Other teams that could try on Soto include the Rangers, Dodgers, Padres, Red Sox, Giants and Cubs.

    Jul 18 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Available After Turning Down $440 Million

    Washington Nationals All-Star outfielder Juan Soto is now available for a trade after recently turning down a 15-year, $440 million offer, according to sources. It would have made the 23-year-old the highest-paid player in baseball history. It was the team's third offer in recent months, and it didn't include any deferred money, a departure from the team's usual practice. Soto would've received an average salary of $29.33 million, the 20th-highest in baseball history. He's on track to become a free agent entering his age-26 season, and he could seek a deal of more than $500 million. The Nationals now are wondering if they can't sign him for $440 million, they may never be able to. Soto has gotten hot in July, but he's still been a disappointment overall with a .247 average, 19 home runs and an .895 OPS. Washington currently has the worst record (32-60) in the majors, and trading Soto would be a way to replenish a depleted farm system.

    Jul 16 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Homers Twice During Wednesday's Doubleheader

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto had a big day during the team's doubleheader against the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday. Unfortunately, he was just about the only Nats hitter who showed up for the team's two-game set as they lost both games while scoring a total of just five runs. Across the doubleheader, Soto went 2-for-6 with two home runs, three walks and four RBI. The 23-year-old finally seems to be coming around after a surprisingly quiet first three months of the season. So far in July, he's hit five home runs while compiling a ridiculous .433/.605/.967 slash line.

    Jul 14 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Remains Out On Tuesday

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto (calf) will miss his second straight game on Tuesday as the team takes on left-hander Cristopher Sanchez and the Philadelphia Phillies. Lane Thomas is getting his second consecutive start in right field for the game. Soto injured his calf during this past Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins. He underwent an MRI, which showed no structural damage. Soto stated on Monday that his calf was "just a little tight" and that it would take a couple of days to "see how it goes." As of now, he remains day-to-day. The Nats have two more games in Philadelphia on Wednesday and Thursday before heading to Atlanta to face the Braves on Friday.

    Jul 5 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Dealing With Hamstring Injury

    Updating a previous report, Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto (hamstring) was removed from Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins due to a hamstring injury. Soto was reportedly feeling pain in his left hamstring, which led to his removal prior to the fifth inning of the game. Nationals beat writer Jesse Dougherty stated that it sounds as if Soto's removal was precautionary, but indicated that we should know more about the injury after manager Dave Martinez's post-game presser.

    Jul 3 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Exits With Apparent Leg Injury Sunday

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto (leg) was removed from Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins. He was involved in a rundown in the bottom of the fourth inning and was tagged out during the play. That was his last play of the game as Lane Thomas entered to take over in right field in the top of the fifth inning. According to Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports, Soto was showing some pain in his left leg earlier in the game and after the rundown, he was walking off the field gingerly. We should know more about the nature and severity of Soto's injury soon so make sure to stay tuned.

    Jul 3 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Nationals Haven't Offered Juan Soto $425 Million

    Contrary to a previous report, the Washington Nationals reported offer of 13 years and $425 million to outfielder Juan Soto is inaccurate, according to sources. There is no evidence that the two sides are in active contract negotiations, especially considering the Lerner family is currently exploring a sale of the team. It appears that a new huge contract extension for Soto isn't imminent after all. The 23-year-old Dominican is hitting just .224 on the year, but he continues to get on base (league-high 63 walks with a .375 on-base percentage), and he's also added 14 home runs, 32 RBI, 43 runs scored and five stolen bases in 76 games this year as an elite fantasy contributor.

    Jun 30 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Talks Intensifying Between Nationals, Juan Soto

    Talks are intensifying between the Washington Nationals and outfielder Juan Soto regarding a second offer from the team for 13 years and $425 million, which will increase the initial $350 million offer by $75 million. Soto is just 23 years old, but he was a first-time All-Star in 2021 and has proven to be one of the best all-around hitters in baseball in five years in the majors. He's hitting just .224 this year through 76 games, but Soto also has a .375 on-base percentage, an .812 OPS, 14 home runs, 15 doubles, 32 RBI, 43 runs scored and five stolen bases in 333 plate appearances on a bad Nationals team. Soto has a whopping 112 home runs, 344 RBI and 37 stolen bases in his five MLB seasons to this point and remains a must-start in fantasy.

    Jun 30 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Walks Four Times In Sunday's Win

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto had five plate appearances in Sunday's 6-4 win over the Texas Rangers and he wound up reaching base on each occasion. He went 1-for-1 with a single, four walks and two runs scored in the game. The 23-year-old has continued to have an underwhelming season overall. He's batting just .171 in June, lowering his season-long batting average to .218. On the bright side, his league-leading 19.1% walk rate has led to a reasonable .372 OPS and his 14 home runs have him on a 162-game pace of about 31 homers.

    Jun 27 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Remains Out On Wednesday

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto (knee) remains out of the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Atlanta Braves. This marks the second game in a row that Soto has missed after banging his knee on the bench during Monday's contest. The Nationals have no reason to rush him back to the field. That being said, fantasy managers could be without Soto for another day or two. There is no reason to believe this issue should land Soto on the injured list.

    Jun 15 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Exits With Sore Knee Monday As Precaution

    Washington Nationals manager Davey Martinez said that outfielder Juan Soto (knee) bumped his knee into the corner of the dugout bench, which led to him being pulled as a precaution from Monday's 9-5 loss to the Braves, per NBCS Washington's Matt Weyrich. This sounds like a bizarre but non-serious incident and Soto should be considered day-to-day. This will come as a relief to fantasy managers, for while the 23-year-old has only hit .228 this season he does have 13 home runs, 28 RBI, and five stolen bases. They should check for further news tomorrow to see if Soto will return to the lineup.

    Jun 14 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Drives In Two On Thursday

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto went 1-for-5 with a pair of RBI in the team's 7-4 loss to the Miami Marlins on Thursday. He hit a fifth-inning single, which drove in two runs and cut the Marlins' lead to 3-2 before the Marlins eventually pulled away. Soto has hit three home runs already in June, but he's been struggling at the plate this month from a contact perspective. He's gone just 5-for-32 overall in June, good for a .156 batting average. The 23-year-old phenom is slashing .225/.368/.451 with 12 home runs, five stolen bases, 23 RBI and 32 runs on the year. The batting average and RBI totals are certainly disappointing, but fantasy managers should be confident that Soto, a career .292 hitter, will come around in all hitting departments soon.

    Jun 10 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Mike Rizzo: "We Are Not Trading Juan Soto"

    In an appearance on Sports Junkies Radio on Wednesday, Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said: "We are not trading Juan Soto." The Nationals are not close to contention this year, leading many to speculate that the Nationals may try to trade Soto before this summer's trade deadline. The 23-year-old hasn't been signed to a long-term extension, but the Nationals continue to say that he won't go anywhere. Soto is hitting just .232 (42-for-181) this year, but he has a .379 on-base percentage thanks to a league-leading 42 free passes, and he also has nine home runs, 16 RBI, 29 runs scored and four stolen bases in 51 games played. He should heat up at some point at the plate as one of the best all-around hitters in baseball.

    Jun 1 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Hitless For Third Straight Game

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto has been in the midst of a cold stretch at the plate. He's gone 0-for-9 over his last three games, though he's at least managed to draw four walks over that three-game stretch. The 23-year-old is slashing .224/.347/.412 over the month of May as a whole and he hasn't homered since May 12. Fantasy managers are likely a bit frustrated with Soto, given the high investment needed to claim the superstar this season. To add to his recent struggles, Soto only has 14 RBI over 46 games on the year, mostly thanks to a dearth of baserunners in front of him. Fantasy managers need to resist panicking and trust the talent and track record of Soto, who still has a 96th percentile xwOBA (.416) despite his early season struggles.

    May 27 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Unlikely To Be Traded

    The Washington Nationals look like sellers again at the trade deadline this year, but superstar outfielder Juan Soto doesn't figure to be dealt. Soto has 2 1/2 years left before he reaches free agency, and he might be the most valuable asset in baseball with the Nationals for sale. "Forget Soto trade not happening," agent Scott Boras said. The 23-year-old Dominican is hitting .250/.393/.471 with an .864 OPS, eight home runs, 11 RBI, 26 runs scored, four stolen bases and a league-leading 32 walks in 173 plate appearances over 39 games so far in 2022. Soto's RBI numbers are down on a bad Nationals team, but he's providing elite production everywhere else for his fantasy managers. A trade to a contending team, although unlikely, would only make Soto that much more valuable in fantasy.

    May 19 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
  • Juan Soto Reaches Base Twice In Tuesday's Loss

    Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto went 1-for-3 with a single and a walk in the team's 5-1 loss to the Miami Marlins on Tuesday. The 23-year-old phenom went 0-for-8 in his previous two games, but he was certainly hot before that, recording at least one hit in 11 of his first 12 games of the month of May. Through 38 games on the season, Soto is slashing .254/.387/.478 with eight home runs, three stolen bases, 11 RBI and 26 runs. His .427 xwOBA ranks in the 97th percentile of the league while his 17.3% walk rate ranks in the 99th percentile.

    May 18 · Source via Nationals Juan Soto
    2022 ATC$381526615191131623033610413410115.3115.312.457.5901.047.278
    2022 Steamer$40150672522121163292381061379714.4125.312.459.5941.053.282
    2022 THE BAT$381536625291091633123510012510115.3114.308.444.5731.017.265
    2022 Zeile$38 - 6655201151612933410613610215.3125.310.453.5731.026.263
    2022 Draft Buddy$37 - 6655361131642633210412311016.6115.306.434.547.981.241

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

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    Apr 17vs ARIW 6-2440000010125.
    Apr 18vs ARIL 2-542000000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 19vs STLL 5-1254111000100.000.250.400.500.900.250
    May 4vs ATLL 1-61100000001100.
    May 5vs ATLL 3-511000000000.
    May 6vs ATLL 2-311000000000.
    May 7at NYYW 11-4552200120240.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    May 8at NYYL 3-453000001200.000.000.400.000.400.000
    May 9at NYYL 2-344000000000.
    May 11vs PHIL 2-652110000300.000.500.800.5001.300.000
    May 12vs PHIL 2-5540100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 13vs PHIW 5-1442100000125.
    May 14at ARIW 17-2651100011116.700.200.333.200.533.000
    May 15at ARIL 4-1154020002100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 16at ARIW 3-043000000100.
    May 17at CHCL 3-7440100000125.
    May 18at CHCL 3-655021000000.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    May 19at CHCW 4-355130011000.001.600.6001.2001.800.600
    May 20at CHCL 2-5430000001125.
    May 21vs BALW 4-254020001100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 22vs BALW 12-954321000100.000.500.600.7501.350.250
    May 23vs BALW 6-555000000000.
    May 25vs CINL 1-2440100000250.
    May 26vs CINW 5-3531100002120.000.333.600.333.933.000
    May 27vs CINL 0-332010000100.000.500.667.5001.167.000
    May 29vs MILL 1-433000000000.
    May 29vs MILL 2-6430000001250.
    May 30vs MILL 0-3430000001125.
    May 31at ATLL 3-5421100002125.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Jun 1at ATLW 11-6544300141120.000.750.8001.5002.300.750
    Jun 2at ATLW 5-343110012100.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jun 3at ATLL 1-5420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 4at PHIW 2-1441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 5at PHIL 2-5540000001240.
    Jun 6at PHIL 6-12540201021240.000.500.6001.0001.600.500
    Jun 8at TBL 1-343010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 9at TBW 9-7643100122233.300.250.5001.0001.500.750
    Jun 11vs SFL 0-1330000000133.300.
    Jun 12vs SFW 2-031100000200.000.000.667.000.667.000
    Jun 12vs SFL 1-2330000000133.300.
    Jun 13vs SFW 5-044010000000.
    Jun 14vs PITW 3-244010001000.
    Jun 15vs PITW 8-1441100000125.
    Jun 16vs PITW 3-1441100000125.
    Jun 18vs NYMW 1-0421000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 19vs NYML 1-5420100012125.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Jun 19vs NYMW 6-233020000000.000.667.667.6671.334.000
    Jun 20vs NYMW 5-244021000000.010.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jun 22at PHIW 3-255220000000.010.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 23at PHIW 13-1254100000100.
    Jun 24at MIAW 7-3551220020240.000.400.400.8001.200.400
    Jun 25at MIAL 2-11430000001125.
    Jun 26at MIAL 2-3440110010250.
    Jun 27at MIAW 5-1431100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 28vs NYMW 8-444011000000.
    Jun 29vs TBW 4-3441100120250.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jun 30vs TBW 15-665330002100.020.600.667.6001.267.000
    Jul 1vs LADL 2-633010001000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Jul 2vs LADL 5-1043010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 3vs LADL 3-543100000100.
    Jul 4vs LADL 1-543010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 5at SDW 7-5440000010125.
    Jul 6at SDL 4-7441200110125.001.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jul 7at SDW 15-553320013200.000.667.8001.6672.4671.000
    Jul 8at SDL 8-953220000200.000.667.800.6671.467.000
    Jul 9at SFL 3-5541100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Jul 10at SFL 4-10440000000250.
    Jul 11at SFL 1-3421100002125.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Jul 16vs SDL 8-2455240024000.000.800.8002.0002.8001.200
    Jul 17vs SDL 4-10541000001360.
    Jul 18vs SDW 8-754231012100.000.750.8001.7502.5501.000
    Jul 19vs MIAW 18-154331025100.000.750.8002.5003.3001.750
    Jul 20vs MIAW 6-353010001200.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Jul 21vs MIAL 1-343010000100.010.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 23at BALL 1-643000000100.
    Jul 24at BALL 3-544110011000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jul 25at BALL 4-5530000002120.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Jul 26at PHIL 5-6530000002240.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Jul 27at PHIW 6-4442200130125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jul 29at PHIL 8-1155130000000.001.600.600.6001.200.000
    Jul 29at PHIW 3-131010000200.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Jul 30vs CHCW 4-3440100000125.
    Jul 31vs CHCL 3-654211000100.000.250.400.500.900.250
    Aug 1vs CHCW 6-5521000003120.000.000.600.000.600.000
    Aug 2vs PHIL 5-7430100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 3vs PHIL 4-544010000000.
    Aug 4vs PHIL 5-9440000000125.
    Aug 5vs PHIL 6-7533210002120.000.667.8001.0001.800.333
    Aug 7at ATLW 3-210000000100.0001.0001.000
    Aug 8at ATLL 4-51100000001100.
    Aug 10at NYML 7-8541300131120.000.750.8001.5002.300.750
    Aug 12at NYML 4-541000000300.000.000.750.000.750.000
    Aug 12at NYML 1-431000000200.000.000.667.000.667.000
    Aug 13vs ATLL 2-4430200011125.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Aug 14vs ATLL 2-12440110000375.
    Aug 15vs ATLL 5-6421000012125.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Aug 17vs TORW 12-6422110001125.000.500.7501.0001.750.500
    Aug 18vs TORW 8-552210013300.000.500.8002.0002.8001.500
    Aug 20at MILW 4-1531100002240.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Aug 21at MILL 6-953120001200.000.667.800.6671.467.000
    Aug 22at MILL 3-7540000001120.
    Aug 24at MIAW 5-154110000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Aug 25at MIAL 3-444000000000.
    Aug 26at MIAL 5-753210012200.000.333.6001.3331.9331.000
    Aug 27at NYMW 2-1440000010125.
    Aug 28at NYML 3-5440100000125.
    Aug 29at NYML 4-942210011200.010.500.7502.0002.7501.500
    Aug 30vs PHIL 4-753111000200.000.333.600.6671.267.334
    Aug 31vs PHIL 6-1254110000100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 2vs PHIL 6-754130014100.010.750.8001.5002.300.750
    Sep 3vs NYML 2-6441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 4vs NYML 9-1152010001300.000.500.800.5001.300.000
    Sep 4vs NYMW 4-332000000100.000.000.333.000.333.000
    Sep 5vs NYML 6-1354010002100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 6vs NYMW 4-354000001100.
    Sep 7at ATLL 5-852120001200.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Sep 8at ATLW 4-2551200110120.010.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Sep 9at ATLL 6-753220000200.000.667.800.6671.467.000
    Sep 10at PITL 3-4430000001250.
    Sep 11at PITL 7-10552400010120.000.800.800.8001.600.000
    Sep 12at PITW 6-253121100200.000.667.8001.6672.4671.000
    Sep 13vs MIAL 0-333000000000.
    Sep 14vs MIAW 8-254030001100.000.750.800.7501.550.000
    Sep 15vs MIAL 6-844120001000.000.500.400.500.900.000
    Sep 17vs COLL 8-952110000300.000.500.800.5001.300.000
    Sep 18vs COLL 0-643011000100.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    Sep 19vs COLW 3-044110011000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 20at MIAL 7-863210000300.000.333.667.3331.000.000
    Sep 21at MIAW 7-1540210011120.001.500.600.7501.350.250
    Sep 22at MIAW 7-553231013200.0001.0001.0002.3333.3331.333
    Sep 23at CINW 3-243230022100.0001.0001.0003.0004.0002.000
    Sep 24at CINL 7-8623000004116.700.000.667.000.667.000
    Sep 25at CINL 6-753110000200.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Sep 26at CINL 2-943000000100.
    Sep 27at COLW 5-4540100011120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 28at COLL 1-3440000000125.
    Sep 29at COLL 5-1054010001100.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Oct 1vs BOSL 2-4510000004120.000.000.800.000.800.000
    Oct 2vs BOSL 3-5330000010266.700.
    Oct 3vs BOSL 5-7541000001360.

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