Jonathan India

2B,DH · Cincinnati Reds

Bats R Throws R
Height 6'0" Weight 200
DOB 1996-12-15 Age 27.6
Hometown Ft. Lauderdale, FL
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 14.13, 208th

Season Projections

Draft Buddy448.01335724967812626118655512121.2134.254.345.419.764.165
THE BAT418.21275464766812025117645111521.1114.252.341.415.756.163

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

  • Jonathan India Returns To Starting Lineup On Sunday

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (knee) is starting on Sunday afternoon at second base and will bat in the leadoff spot. The 27-year-old left Saturday's game early after suffering a left knee contusion. This is a great sign, as India appears to have avoided a significant injury. India has enjoyed a power surge through the first half of the month, launching three long balls and two doubles with a strong .512 SLG. India also entered Saturday with a three-game hit streak. He has a great matchup today against Miami southpaw Trevor Rogers, who has posted a 4.40 ERA and 1.81 across his previous three starts and is worth a look in all DFS formats.

    Jul 14 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Leaves Saturday's Game Early With Knee Contusion

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India left Saturday's game against the Miami Marlins early with what the team announced as a left knee contusion. India was replaced by Santiago Espinal in the top of the fourth after being involved in a collision during a slide earlier in the game. The 27-year-old was also scratched from Tuesday's game against the Colorado Rockies with the same injury, placing further concern on India re-aggravating the injury. With the All-Star break right around the corner, fantasy managers should expect India to get some rest tomorrow to prepare for their first game of the second half next Friday against the Washington Nationals. Expect Espinal to start at second base on Sunday while Noelvi Marte should slide into the DH role against Marlins starter Trevor Rogers.

    Jul 13 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Homers Wednesday

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India went yard in his team's 6-5 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday. India finished the night 1-for-4 with a homer and two RBI. His homer, a solo shot, came off Colorado starter Kyle Freeland in the third inning. The ball traveled 415 feet and had an exit velocity of 108.4 MPH. India is now hitting .269 with seven homers, 44 runs, 37 RBI, and eight steals across 297 at-bats. He has been on a tear of late, hitting .351 over his past 15 contests, making him worth a look in starting lineups in deeper fantasy leagues.

    Jul 11 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Returns For Reds

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (knee) is back in the starting lineup on Wednesday against the visiting Colorado Rockies and left-hander Kyle Freeland, serving as the designated hitter and batting leadoff. India will return to action after he was scratched from Tuesday's lineup with a left-knee contusion. It obviously wasn't a very serious injury for the 27-year-old, although he won't return to the field just yet. Santiago Espinal is playing second again and is hitting ninth. India has cooled off a bit in July but has hit .375 (27-for-72) with two home runs, 13 doubles, seven RBI, seven walks, two steals and 16 runs scored in 19 games since June 18. Fantasy managers will want to get him back into their lineups in a juicy matchup against Freeland. India has three hits in six career at-bats against Freeland.

    Jul 10 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Scratched On Tuesday

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    Cincinnati Reds infielder Jonathan India (knee) has been scratched from Tuesday's starting lineup against the Colorado Rockies. It sounds like the Reds will take the cautious approach here with India dealing with a left-knee contusion. This doesn't sound too serious, so hopefully India will only miss a game or two. In the meantime, Santiago Espinal will take over at second base and bat eighth versus right-hander Cal Quantrill on Tuesday. Fantasy managers who have India rostered should adjust their lineups ahead of first pitch.

    Jul 9 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India Santiago Espinal
  • Jonathan India Collects Three Hits

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India put together a strong performance in Thursday's victory versus the New York Yankees. Hitting out of the leadoff spot, India went 3-for-5 with a home run on the afternoon. India has dealt with his fair share of injuries throughout his career, but has played in 80 out of 87 this season. Throughout that time, the 27-year-old is hitting a productive .278 with six homers, 35 RBI and eight stolen bases. With his recent move to the top of the order, India should see more runs scored and that adds to his value. His injury history suggests that India could be a good sell-high candidate and now is the perfect time as he has been scorching hot with a .356 batting average, three homers and 16 RBI over the past month.

    Jul 5 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Mashes Grand Slam In Win

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India halted a slump in Friday's win over the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers, mashing his third home run of the season. India smacked a grand slam to left field off Dodgers left-hander Alex Vesia, giving the Reds a 9-5 lead in the fifth inning. Entering Friday's action just 1-for-21 in his last seven outings, India raised his triple-slash line to what's still a weak .223/.335/.318 to go with three homers, 15 RBI, 16 runs scored, and four stolen bases over 185 plate appearances (44 games) as Cincy's everyday second baseman this season. India's playing time is still locked in until Noelvi Marte (suspension) returns later this summer, and he's now batting .302 with two long balls, seven RBI, five runs scored in 12 games versus the Dodgers since 2022 with two more outings against LA on tap this weekend.

    May 25 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Idle From Lineup Again On Thursday

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (migraine) is not in the starting lineup on Thursday with a migraine. He was also held out of Wednesday's lineup for the same reason. The 27-year-old should still be considered day-to-day. As a result, Santiago Espinal will get the starting nod at the keystone and bat in the eight-hole. Espinal has been swinging a hot bat as of late with a .400/.438/.600 line across his past five games with one home run. However, he has a tough task tonight in Tyler Glasnow, who enters Thursday with a 2.53 ERA and 73 punchouts across 57 innings, and is best to fade him in DFS this evening.

    May 16 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Scratched With Migraine

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (head) was scratched from the lineup on Wednesday against the Arizona Diamondbacks due to a migraine headache. With India out of the lineup, Spencer Steer will move to second base and bat cleanup, while Jacob Hurtubise will play left field and hit in the nine-hole against Diamondbacks right-hander Brandon Pfaadt. Fantasy mangers should consider India day-to-day for now. It remains to be seen if he'll be feeling good enough to return for Thursday's series opener in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. The 27-year-old former Rookie of the Year is hitting just .228 (31-for-136) on the year but is playing everyday with Matt McLain (shoulder) sidelined for the foreseeable future. Steer is hitting 6-for-17 (.353) with two doubles and six RBI during his current five-game hitting streak.

    May 15 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Jonathan India Back In Action Thursday

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    Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (illness) is back in the starting lineup on Thursday and is serving as the designated hitter while batting sixth against Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Zack Wheeler. India returns to the field for the first time since last Saturday after dealing with an illness. The Reds are easing him back in as the DH, with Santiago Espinal still playing second base and batting eighth. The 27-year-old India probably should be left on benches in his first game back in a tough matchup against a pitcher that he's hitless against in seven career at-bats. He's also gotten off to a slow start offensively this year, going 12-for-69 (.174) with no home runs, four RBI, two stolen bases and 10 runs scored for the Reds.

    Apr 25 · Source via Cincinnati Reds Jonathan India
  • Hitting Stats

    2024 ATC428.61275464747512125117625311621.2123.255.346.422.768.167
    2024 Draft Buddy448.01335724967812626118655512121.2134.254.345.419.764.165
    2024 Steamer476.71346175328513528120656012921.0134.255.346.423.769.168
    2024 THE BAT418.21275464766812025117645111521.1114.252.341.415.756.163
    2024 Zeile424.01265404687311926117625211521.3124.254.344.423.767.169

    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



    18at ATL2.01440100010125.
    17at WAS11.0314112300013321.410.273.429.273.702.000
    16vs MIA, vs COL26.0624205620234416.700.300.417.7001.117.400
    15vs DET, at NYY18.0626235510112519.
    14at STL, vs PIT46.07312681410005439.720.538.600.9231.523.385
    13vs BOS, at PIT18.0623223820111521.700.364.391.591.982.227
    12at MIL, vs CLE10.0518161300020422.
    11vs CHC, at COL28.0726226800173830.800.364.440.500.940.136
    10at CHC, vs STL19.0623163520027521.700.313.522.438.960.125
    9vs LAD, vs SD22.0621183410163523.810.222.333.444.777.222
    8at LAD, at ARI8.0520172300003420.001.176.300.176.476.000
    7at SF, vs ARI14.0625241600111520.
    6vs BAL, at SD12.0624200310024312.510.
    5at TEX, vs PHI16.0416161800140425.000.500.500.6881.188.188
    4vs LAA, at SEA5.0519182200001736.800.
    3at CWS, vs MIL15.0524183210016520.810.111.333.167.500.056
    2vs NYM, at PHI20.0628214401015414.310.190.346.286.632.096
    1vs WAS10.031412141002217.100.333.429.417.846.084


    27at STL, at CLE24.0420165520133420.010.313.421.6251.046.312
    26vs PIT, vs MIN16.0628203310017517.900.150.370.200.570.050
    25at NYM, at DET13.0523211300142834.800.
    24vs STL9.01431100111125.010.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    18at LAD, at MIL5.0312120310010431.300.250.250.313.563.063
    17vs ARI, vs SF20.0626232820123520.000.324.425.471.896.147
    16vs MIL2.0311111100000525.700.226.314.484.798.258
    15at MIL, at WAS23.0732294600243822.400.212.281.404.685.192
    14vs SD, at BAL22.0630223300152411.500.354.426.6251.051.271
    13vs ATL, vs COL11.0625213300012827.100.256.304.372.676.116
    12at HOU, at KC31.0630253610371620.800.220.238.463.701.243
    11at STL, vs LAD, vs MIL23.0730265710132421.400.313.377.458.835.145
    10vs MIL, at BOS26.0630253400151620.830.220.347.341.688.121
    9at CHC, vs STL34.07333181020262416.700.286.352.531.883.245
    8vs NYY, at COL16.0627235510014723.400.200.319.225.544.025
    7at MIA, vs NYM21.0627224520032926.911.239.286.348.634.109
    6vs CWS, at SD30.0624235920231312.520.279.354.488.842.209
    5at OAK, vs TEX21.0627224610035316.311.368.442.474.916.106
    4at PIT, vs TB16.0729253510013627.
    3vs PHI, at ATL34.07292571040053417.020.279.404.395.799.116
    2at PHI, vs CHC13.0522184310013314.000.179.319.256.575.077
    1vs PIT18.0313114510112211.110.391.481.6091.090.218


    Jul 22at ATLW 4-12.01440100010125.
    Jul 21at WASL 2-51.01440100000250.
    Jul 20at WASL 4-55.01532100002120.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Jul 19at WASL 5-85.0154010001100.010.250.400.250.650.000
    Jul 14vs MIAL 2-35.0142111000200.000.500.7501.0001.750.500
    Jul 13vs MIAW 10-60.01220000000150.
    Jul 12vs MIAW 7-47.0154110011100.000.250.4001.0001.400.750
    Jul 11vs COLW 8-17.0154231000100.000.750.8001.0001.800.250
    Jul 10vs COLL 5-67.01441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Jul 8vs COLW 6-00.01440000000250.
    Jul 7vs DETL 1-50.01440000000250.
    Jul 6vs DETL 3-52.0144011000000.
    Jul 5vs DETL 4-52.0144110000000.
    Jul 4at NYYW 8-410.0155330011000.000.600.6001.2001.800.600
    Jul 3at NYYW 3-21.01430000001375.
    Jul 2at NYYW 5-43.0153100000100.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Jun 30at STLL 0-22.01440110000125.
    Jun 29at STLW 9-47.0155122002000.000.400.400.8001.200.400
    Jun 28at STLL 0-14.0143021000100.000.667.7501.0001.750.333
    Jun 27at STLW 11-45.01441210010125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jun 26vs PITL 1-64.01440210010125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jun 25vs PITL 5-914.0152322000200.0201.0001.0002.0003.0001.000
    Jun 24vs PITW 11-510.0154332001100.000.750.8001.2502.050.500
    Jun 23vs BOSL 4-74.06441210000125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jun 22vs BOSL 3-42.0644020000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jun 21vs BOSW 5-27.0643110011100.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jun 19at PITL 0-11.01440100000125.
    Jun 18at PITW 2-14.0644121000000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jun 17at PITL 1-40.083300000003100.
    Jun 16at MILL 4-51.0743000000000.
    Jun 15at MILL 1-31.08330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 14at MILW 6-56.0843110001000.010.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 12vs CLEW 4-20.08330000000266.700.
    Jun 11vs CLEL 3-52.08440100010125.
    Jun 9vs CHCL 2-41.05440100000250.
    Jun 8vs CHCW 4-34.0832210000100.000.500.667.5001.167.000
    Jun 7vs CHCW 3-20.06330000000266.700.
    Jun 6vs CHCW 8-44.08430100021125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 5at COLW 12-712.08432100151125.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jun 4at COLW 4-12.06430100000125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 3at COLW 13-35.08442300000125.000.750.750.7501.500.000
    Jun 2at CHCW 5-22.08320000011133.300.000.333.000.333.000
    Jun 1at CHCL 5-75.06541210001120.000.500.600.7501.350.250
    May 31at CHCW 5-44.08431110001125.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    May 29vs STLL 3-54.07420100012125.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    May 28vs STLL 1-71.08430000001125.
    May 27vs STLW 3-13.0832110000100.000.500.667.5001.167.000
    May 26vs LADW 4-16.0544110002000.
    May 25vs LADW 3-10.07330000000133.300.
    May 24vs LADW 9-613.0843131014100.0001.0001.0002.3333.3331.333
    May 23vs SDL 4-61.07430000001375.
    May 22vs SDL 3-70.08330000000133.300.
    May 21vs SDW 2-02.0732100000100.000.000.333.000.333.000
    May 19at LADL 2-32.06431000001125.
    May 18at LADL 0-40.08330000000133.300.
    May 17at LADL 3-72.0144110000000.
    May 14at ARIW 6-21.07430000001250.
    May 13at ARIL 5-63.0154020000100.001.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 12at SFL 5-65.04550300000120.010.600.600.6001.200.000
    May 11at SFL 1-51.09430000001125.
    May 10at SFW 4-21.0944010000000.
    May 9vs ARIL 4-50.05440000000250.
    May 8vs ARIL 3-41.0155010000000.
    May 7vs ARIL 2-66.07331100110133.300.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    May 5vs BALL 1-111.0643000000100.
    May 4vs BALL 1-24.0143021000100.000.667.7501.0001.750.333
    May 3vs BALL 0-30.01440000000125.
    May 1at SDL 2-61.04430000001250.
    Apr 30at SDL 4-65.0444010002000.
    Apr 29at SDW 5-21.0543000000100.
    Apr 28at TEXL 3-42.05440200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 27at TEXW 8-412.0744140014000.0001.0001.0001.7502.750.750
    Apr 26at TEXL 1-22.06440200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 25vs PHIL 0-50.06440000000250.
    Apr 20vs LAAW 7-52.0133110000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    Apr 19vs LAAW 7-13.0143110000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 17at SEAL 1-50.01440000000375.
    Apr 16at SEAL 1-30.01440000000250.
    Apr 15at SEAL 3-90.01440000000250.
    Apr 14at CWSW 11-42.01551000010120.
    Apr 13at CWSW 5-02.01431000001250.
    Apr 12at CWSW 11-15.01621000004116.700.000.667.000.667.000
    Apr 10vs MILL 2-72.0144011000000.
    Apr 9vs MILL 5-94.01540100001120.010.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 7vs NYML 1-33.0143000000000.
    Apr 6vs NYMW 9-63.01530000012120.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 5vs NYML 2-34.0155130000000.000.600.600.6001.200.000
    Apr 3at PHIW 4-13.01421000001250.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 2at PHIL 4-90.0155000000000.
    Apr 1at PHIW 6-37.01532101002120.000.333.6001.0001.600.667
    Mar 31vs WASW 6-55.0154111001100.000.250.400.500.900.250
    Mar 30vs WASL 6-73.01440200010125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Mar 28vs WASW 8-22.0154010000100.000.250.400.250.650.000


    Sep 30at STLL 6-152.01540100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 29at STLW 19-212.01643200121116.700.500.6671.2501.917.750
    Sep 27at CLEL 3-47.01442220010125.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Sep 26at CLEW 11-73.01540000001120.
    Sep 24vs PITW 4-27.0142221000200.0001.0001.0001.5002.500.500
    Sep 23vs PITL 12-133.0164010000200.000.250.500.250.750.000
    Sep 22vs PITL 5-71.01440000010125.
    Sep 20vs MINL 3-52.01530000001240.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Sep 19vs MINL 0-70.01440000000125.
    Sep 18vs MINW 7-33.01531000002120.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Sep 16at NYMW 3-22.03540100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 15at NYMW 5-37.01551100120360.
    Sep 14at DETL 2-80.05440000000125.
    Sep 13at DETW 4-30.01440000000125.
    Sep 12at DETW 6-54.01540100021120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 10vs STLW 7-19.07431100111125.010.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jul 28at LADW 6-51.0544010000000.
    Jul 26at MILL 0-32.05440110000375.
    Jul 25at MILW 4-32.05440100010125.
    Jul 23vs ARIW 7-31.0643000000100.
    Jul 22vs ARIW 4-21.05430000001250.
    Jul 21vs ARIW 9-63.0554020000100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Jul 20vs SFW 5-15.05441210010125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jul 18vs SFL 10-111.05550100000120.
    Jul 17vs SFL 2-49.05441310110125.000.750.7501.7502.5001.000
    Jul 16vs MILL 3-42.05441100000125.
    Jul 15vs MILL 0-30.05330000000133.300.
    Jul 14vs MILL 0-10.05440000000375.
    Jul 9at MILL 0-11.03440100000125.
    Jul 8at MILW 8-52.03440100010125.
    Jul 7at MILL 3-72.03431000001250.
    Jul 6at WASW 5-40.03440000000125.
    Jul 5at WASW 9-23.03640100002233.300.250.500.250.750.000
    Jul 4at WASW 8-415.0366330023000.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Jul 3at WASW 3-20.03440000000125.
    Jul 2vs SDW 4-32.03530000000120.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Jul 1vs SDL 5-1210.0343110014100.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jun 30vs SDW 7-52.03551100000120.
    Jun 28at BALW 11-75.03631000011116.700.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 27at BALW 3-10.03440000000125.
    Jun 26at BALL 3-103.0364010000000.000.250.500.250.750.000
    Jun 25vs ATLL 6-71.06a220100000150.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jun 24vs ATLL 6-70.03550000000360.
    Jun 23vs ATLW 11-106.03642100010116.700.250.500.250.750.000
    Jun 21vs COLW 5-31.03430000001125.
    Jun 20vs COLW 8-61.03430000001125.
    Jun 19vs COLW 5-42.03441100000125.
    Jun 18at HOUW 9-78.03641100110233.300.250.5001.0001.500.750
    Jun 17at HOUW 10-39.0375110012000.000.200.429.8001.229.600
    Jun 16at HOUW 2-10.0344000000000.
    Jun 14at KCW 7-49.03441210120250.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Jun 13at KCW 5-41.0343000000100.
    Jun 12at KCW 5-44.03550200020240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 11at STLW 4-37.0354110011100.000.250.4001.0001.400.750
    Jun 10at STLW 8-48.0363311000100.000.333.667.6671.334.334
    Jun 9at STLL 4-70.03440000000250.
    Jun 8vs LADL 0-61.0344010000000.
    Jun 7vs LADW 8-62.03330100010133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 6vs LADW 9-84.0355120001000.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 5vs MILW 2-01.03330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 4vs MILL 1-51.0344010000000.
    Jun 3vs MILL 8-108.03550100030120.
    Jun 2vs MILL 4-513.0373110012000.010.333.7141.3332.0471.000
    Jun 1at BOSL 2-80.03440000000250.
    May 31at BOSW 5-42.03541000001240.
    May 30at BOSW 9-82.03551100000120.
    May 28at CHCW 8-55.01542110001120.000.250.400.500.900.250
    May 27at CHCW 8-516.0355230025000.000.600.6001.8002.4001.200
    May 26at CHCW 9-01.0144000001000.
    May 25vs STLL 1-21.0344010000000.
    May 24vs STLW 10-35.0154220000100.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    May 23vs STLL 5-82.03551100000120.
    May 22vs STLW 6-54.01551210000240.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    May 21vs NYYL 1-42.0143100000100.
    May 20vs NYYL 4-74.01541110001240.000.250.400.500.900.250
    May 19vs NYYL 2-63.01431100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 17at COLL 6-113.01541100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 16at COLW 3-10.0144000000000.
    May 15at COLL 8-94.01551200010240.000.400.400.400.800.000
    May 14at MIAL 1-32.01431000001125.
    May 13at MIAW 6-57.01631100001233.310.333.667.3331.000.000
    May 12at MIAW 7-40.01550000000360.
    May 11vs NYMW 5-04.01441210000125.001.500.500.7501.250.250
    May 10vs NYML 1-22.01441100000125.
    May 9vs NYMW 7-66.01430110030125.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    May 7vs CWSL 4-178.0133121011000.000.667.6672.0002.6671.333
    May 6vs CWSW 5-312.0143331000100.0201.0001.0001.3332.333.333
    May 5vs CWSL 4-56.01441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    May 3at SDL 1-72.01440200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 2at SDW 2-12.0155010001000.
    May 1at SDL 3-80.01440000000125.
    Apr 30at OAKL 4-51.03a220100000150.001.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 29at OAKW 3-21.0155010000000.
    Apr 28at OAKW 11-77.0165120001100.010.400.500.400.900.000
    Apr 26vs TEXW 5-32.0142000000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 25vs TEXW 7-63.01550100020240.
    Apr 24vs TEXW 7-67.0153311000200.000.333.600.6671.267.334
    Apr 23at PITL 0-20.01440000000125.
    Apr 22at PITL 1-22.01551100000360.
    Apr 21at PITL 2-41.0144010000000.
    Apr 20at PITL 3-48.0144131001000.010.750.7501.0001.750.250
    Apr 19vs TBL 0-82.01420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 18vs TBL 0-100.01330000000133.300.
    Apr 17vs TBW 8-13.0153100000100.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 16vs PHIL 3-144.01221110010150.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    Apr 15vs PHIW 13-06.0132121001100.0001.0001.0001.5002.500.500
    Apr 14vs PHIL 3-83.0144010002000.
    Apr 13vs PHIW 6-26.0154111000000.010.250.400.500.900.250
    Apr 12at ATLL 4-54.01542100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 11at ATLL 6-75.01541100001120.010.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 10at ATLL 4-56.0155131001000.000.600.600.8001.400.200
    Apr 9at PHIW 6-43.01541100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 8at PHIL 2-31.0143000000100.
    Apr 7at PHIL 2-50.01440000000125.
    Apr 4vs CHCL 5-125.0144221000000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Apr 3vs CHCW 7-64.0153100001100.000.000.400.000.400.000
    Apr 2vs PITW 3-13.0144120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 1vs PITW 6-29.01431100111125.010.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Mar 30vs PITL 4-56.01542210001120.000.500.600.7501.350.250
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