Cal Raleigh

C · Seattle Mariners

Bats S Throws R
Height 6'3" Weight 235
DOB 1996-11-26 Age 27.5
Hometown Cullowhee, NC
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 9.09, 129th

Season Projections

Draft Buddy389.01295074556210323126714413827.
THE BAT383.81305114575910022126714614227.910.219.294.441.735.222

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

  • Cal Raleigh Taking A Seat Thursday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh will take a seat for the matinee game on Thursday in the Bronx against the New York Yankees. Seby Zavala will do the catching for right-hander Luis Castillo and will hit in the nine-hole for the M's against Yankees right-hander Luis Gil. It appears to be just a normal day of rest for Raleigh, who clubbed his 11th homer of the season in Wednesday's contest. The 27-year-old switch-hitting backstop has high-end power for the catching position in fantasy, but he's not ever going to do your team batting average any favors. He's currently hitting .219 (34-for-155) with a 34.5 percent strikeout rate. Those setting DFS lineups should be able to find a better catching option than Zavala, who is hitting .188 (6-for-32) with a homer and two RBI on the season.

    May 23 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Blasts 11th Home Run Wednesday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh hit his 11th home run of the season in Wednesday's 7-3 loss to the Yankees. The three-run blast was Raleigh's only hit of the contest and accounted for the only scoring the M's could muster. The 27-year-old hit 30 home runs last season but batted just .232, and it looks like more of the same this season. The backstop is hitting just .219 so far this year with a high 34.5% strikeout rate, but his 11 home runs leads all catchers. For fantasy, managers can't complain, as this was to be expected, and he's delivering in the power department. With the high strikeout rate and robust 16.7% barrel rate, fantasy managers should expect much of the same going forward.

    May 23 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Blasts Pinch-Hit Grand Slam

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh was originally sitting out Tuesday's game for rest purposes. However, the switch-hitting backstop came up clutch for the team when called upon as a pinch-hitter. Raleigh was asked to step up to the plate with the bases loaded versus left-hander Steven Okert in the seventh inning. Raleigh blasted a breaking ball for a grand slam to help the Mariners get the victory over the Minnesota Twins. Raleigh struggles in some categories, but he leads the team in homers and RBI right now.

    May 8 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Resting On Tuesday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh (rest) is out of the starting lineup ahead of Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Twins. The switch-hitting backstop will get a day off after going 2-for-15 over his last four games. To be fair, Raleigh did have two home runs during that span which is what he's known for doing. Seby Zavala will be behind the plate and bat ninth versus right-hander Bailey Ober.

    May 7 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Not In Sunday's Lineup

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    Seattle Mariners backstop Cal Raleigh will receive the day off on Sunday as the Mariners look to complete a three-game sweep against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Raleigh has missed only four games this season and is riding a .235/.315/.457 line with six long balls. The 27-year-old is considered one of the best power options at the catcher position and currently holds an incredible 94.3 mph average exit velocity, 15.7% barrel rate, and 54.9% hard-hit rate which places him in the 96th, 92nd, and 95th percentiles of qualified hitters respectively. Seby Zavala will instead serve as the catcher and bat in the eight hole. Zavala has not made many appearances this season and is a desperation play in DFS against right-handed pitcher Brandon Pfaadt, who enters Sunday with a 4.97 ERA.

    Apr 28 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Back In The Lineup Thursday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh (mouth) is behind the plate and is hitting third in the Mariners lineup on Thursday against the Texas Rangers and left-hander Andrew Heaney. Raleigh suffered a broken tooth in Tuesday's game and sat out on Wednesday while having a dental procedure. The 27-year-old switch-hitting backstop is back in there a day later, though, and should be returned to starting lineups in all fantasy leagues. The former third-rounder in 2018 out of Florida State has been one of the better offensive-minded catchers so far this year, as he's hitting .271/.350/.529 with an .879 OPS, six home runs and 13 RBI in 20 games played for the M's. He's gone deep in four of his last five games as well. In his career against Heaney, he's hitless in five at-bats.

    Apr 25 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh To Miss Wednesday's Game

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh (tooth) is out of the starting lineup ahead of Wednesday's game against the Texas Rangers. Raleigh will miss this game after undergoing an emergency procedure to remove a tooth. The assumption is that this will be a one-game absence for Raleigh. In his absence, Seby Zavala will cover behind the plate and bat ninth versus right-hander Jon Gray.

    Apr 24 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh Seby Zavala
  • Cal Raleigh Hits Sixth Homer Of Season Tuesday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh continued his strong offensive start to the season in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Rangers. Raleigh went 2-for-4 with a single, a two-run home run, and two strikeouts. The 27-year-old has hit for power as expected but has also provided average, slashing .271/.350/.529 with six HR and 13 RBI in 80 plate appearances. It remains to be seen if he can keep the average up with a 30.0% strikeout rate, but fantasy managers will enjoy it as long as it lasts.

    Apr 24 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Getting A Breather Wednesday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh is getting a rest on Wednesday when the club takes on the Cleveland Guardians and left-hander Logan Allen. It's a perfect spot to give the switch-hitter a rest as Raleigh owns a .670 OPS against left-handed pitching versus a .749 OPS against righties for his career. The 27-year-old is off to a slow start this season as he is 4-for-19 without a homer in his 19 plate appearances, striking out in six of them. Despite the slow start, Raleigh remains a high-end catching option as his 57 homers over the last two seasons are the most among all big-league catchers, 11 more than second-place Salvador Perez.

    Apr 3 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Offseason In Review: Seattle Mariners

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    The Mariners’ front office operated under tight payroll restrictions from ownership in light of uncertainty regarding the team’s television contract this offseason. That didn’t stop “Trader Jerry” Dipoto, the team’s president of baseball operations, from aggressively overhauling the roster with a series of trades colored by monetary implications. (This year’s Mariners Review might include the…

    Mar 19 · MLB Trade Rumors Offseason Seattle Mariners Cory Abbott Brian Anderson Prelander Berroa Cody Bolton Matt Brash Ty Buttrey Dominic Canzone Michael Chavis J.P. Crawford Brett de Geus Ty France Mitch Garver Emerson Hancock Mitch Haniger Heath Hembree Jordan Holloway Blake Hunt Trevor Kelley Jackson Kowar Joey Krehbiel Casey Lawrence Mauricio Llovera Bryce Miller Tyson Miller Dylan Moore Andres Munoz Michael Papierski Jorge Polanco Sean Poppen Cal Raleigh Luke Raley Rangel Ravelo Julio Rodriguez Josh Rojas Gregory Santos Kirby Snead Collin Snider Nick Solak Ryne Stanek Levi Stoudt Samad Taylor Luis Urias Carlos Vargas Jason Vosler Austin Voth Bryan Woo Seby Zavala
  • Cal Raleigh Returning On Sunday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh (heel) is back in the starting lineup ahead of Sunday's spring training contest against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Raleigh will be back in the lineup after sitting out of Saturday's game due to a minor heel issue. The 27-year-old will bat fifth and be behind the plate for Sunday's contest. Raleigh has become one of the better power hitting catchers in the league. He does have flaws at the plate, but his power numbers are legitimate which gives him solid fantasy value.

    Mar 17 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Scratched On Saturday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh was scratched from Saturday's starting lineup due to a bruised heel. The move was precautionary in nature and it's reported that he would have suited up if this was a regular-season contest. The switch-hitter led all big-league backstops with 30 home runs last season while he hit .232 with 78 runs and 75 RBI alongside a .762 OPS across 145 appearances a season ago. His elite defense combined with his big bat will ensure serious playing time in the 2024 season. ATC projects Raleigh to hit .226 with 26 home runs, 71 RBI, and a .753 OPS across 509 trips to the plate in the 2024 campaign.

    Mar 16 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Homers As Part Of Two-Hit Day Thursday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh slugged a homer and added a single as part of another nice day at the plate in Cactus League action against the Milwaukee Brewers. The 27-year-old increased his spring totals to a cool .400 average (8-for-20) with three homers, 10 RBI, and even a stolen base across 25 plate appearances, good for a 1.520 OPS in the small sample. Raleigh paced all big league backstops with 30 home runs in the 2023 season while adding 78 runs scored, 75 RBI, and a .762 OPS across 569 plate appearances, good for the fourth-most in baseball among catchers. He is projected to hit 26 home runs with 71 RBI across 509 plate appearances by ATC in the 2024 season, making him a rock-solid fantasy option with a nice floor again for this season.

    Mar 14 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Cal Raleigh Hits First Home Run Of Spring Wednesday

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    Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh blasted his first home run of the spring on Wednesday in a 9-7 Cactus League loss to the Kansas City Royals. It was a three-run shot off Royals relief pitcher Chris Stratton, and it was also his first hit of the spring. The switch-hitting backstop is now 1-for-3 with a walk, three RBI, and two runs scored in two Cactus League games. The home run came from the left side which has been his more powerful side throughout his career, with a .248 ISO as a lefty and a .170 ISO as a righty. The former third-round draft pick won't hit for a high average but with 30 HR last season and a 12.6% barrel rate, fantasy managers can count on the power numbers being there again in 2024.

    Mar 2 · Source via Seattle Mariners Cal Raleigh
  • Hitting Stats

    2024 ATC393.71305134606210423127724514027.310.226.298.455.753.229
    2024 Draft Buddy389.01295074556210323126714413827.
    2024 Steamer421.81305414836711224128784914426.511.231.304.459.763.228
    2024 THE BAT383.81305114575910022126714614227.910.219.294.441.735.222
    2024 Zeile407.01325264726410825127754614227.011.229.300.458.758.229

    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



    10vs HOU3.03980100011333.300.
    9at WAS, at NYY12.06211922001311152.400.
    8at BAL, vs KC15.0624243730020520.800.292.292.417.709.125
    7vs OAK, at MIN27.0620165410274945.000.250.400.6881.088.438
    6at HOU, vs ATL16.0625232300232832.
    5vs ARI, at TEX10.05171622001211058.800.125.176.313.489.188
    4at COL, vs CIN34.0626204800376415.400.400.538.8501.388.450
    3vs CHC, at TOR16.06222124002311045.500.190.227.476.703.286
    2at MIL, vs CLE9.0416153400011425.000.267.313.267.580.000
    1vs BOS3.0311101100001436.400.


    27vs TEX, vs HOU10.0728273500011725.
    26at TEX, at OAK25.0524235620251729.
    25vs LAD, vs LAA15.0626242500132830.800.208.269.333.602.125
    24at TB, at CIN22.0725234800222416.000.348.400.6091.009.261
    23at NYM, vs OAK9.0520161310004630.000.188.350.250.600.062
    22vs KC, at CWS38.0625226920393520.000.409.480.9091.389.500
    21at HOU, at KC19.07282734102411139.300.148.179.407.586.259
    20vs BAL, vs SD20.0520182410252735.000.222.300.611.911.389
    19at LAA, vs BOS32.07302555004551136.700.200.333.6801.013.480
    18at ARI, at MIN15.0520203630030945.000.300.300.450.750.150
    17vs TOR, vs MIN21.0520176400222735.000.235.316.588.904.353
    16vs DET8.0386110011200.000.167.375.6671.042.500
    15at HOU, at SF12.0622191420023627.300.211.318.316.634.105
    14vs TB, vs WAS6.0520181300002735.
    13at BAL, at NYY22.0623235700240313.000.304.304.565.869.261
    12vs CWS, vs MIA17.0516143510132425.000.357.438.6431.081.286
    11at LAA, at SD2.0416140000002637.500.
    10at TEX, vs NYY4.0517170210010323.
    9vs PIT, vs OAK21.0729274720132328.
    8at ATL, at BOS25.0518155610243319.000.333.381.590.971.257
    7at DET, vs TEX4.0414130210001644.100.207.324.483.807.276
    6vs HOU, at OAK11.0623194300004425.
    5at TOR, at PHI30.0521196501362950.
    4vs STL, vs MIL15.0518173410131827.300.324.432.6761.108.352
    3vs COL, at CHC11.0520172310023638.
    2at CLE, vs LAA18.0523193410134728.200.235.333.353.686.118
    1vs CLE10.0414140420040120.


    May 29vs HOUW 2-11.08a210000001150.000.000.500.000.500.000
    May 28vs HOUW 4-21.04440100000250.
    May 27vs HOUW 3-21.0533000001000.
    May 26at WASW 9-50.09a1100000001100.
    May 25at WASL 1-30.044400000004100.
    May 24at WASL 1-61.0444010000000.
    May 22at NYYL 3-78.04441100130125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    May 21at NYYW 6-31.04430000000250.
    May 20at NYYW 5-42.03431000001375.
    May 19at BALL 3-61.03440100000125.
    May 18at BALW 4-34.03441110010125.
    May 17at BALL 2-93.0444021000000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    May 15vs KCW 4-22.04441100000125.
    May 14vs KCL 2-40.04440000000250.
    May 13vs KCW 6-25.0444121001000.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    May 11vs OAKL 1-86.04331100110133.300.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    May 10vs OAKW 8-14.04432100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 9at MINL 1-110.033300000003100.
    May 8at MINL 3-64.05440110020250.
    May 7at MINW 10-611.09a21210014100.0001.0001.0004.0005.0003.000
    May 6at MINL 1-32.05420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    May 5at HOUW 5-46.04551100110240.
    May 4at HOUW 5-07.07441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    May 3at HOUL 3-50.0544000000000.
    May 1vs ATLL 2-51.04540000001240.
    Apr 30vs ATLW 3-21.05440100000125.
    Apr 29vs ATLW 2-11.05320000001266.700.000.333.000.333.000
    Apr 28vs ARIL 2-30.09a1100000001100.
    Apr 27vs ARIW 3-10.03440000000375.
    Apr 26vs ARIW 6-12.03431000001250.
    Apr 25at TEXW 4-30.03440000000250.
    Apr 23at TEXW 4-08.03441200120250.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Apr 21at COLL 1-20.04550000000240.
    Apr 21at COLW 10-29.03441200130125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Apr 20at COLW 7-012.0554240012100.0001.0001.0001.7502.750.750
    Apr 17vs CINW 5-19.0642110012200.000.500.7502.0002.7501.500
    Apr 16vs CINW 3-12.05420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 15vs CINW 9-32.0643010000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Apr 14vs CHCL 2-31.0744010000000.
    Apr 13vs CHCL 1-41.09a220100000150.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 12vs CHCW 4-20.074400000004100.
    Apr 10at TORW 6-18.07431100121125.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Apr 9at TORL 3-50.07440000000250.
    Apr 8at TORL 2-56.06441100110250.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Apr 6at MILW 5-30.0644000000000.
    Apr 5at MILL 5-62.06440100010250.
    Apr 2vs CLEL 2-53.06441200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 1vs CLEW 5-44.06432100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Mar 30vs BOSW 4-31.05430000001250.
    Mar 29vs BOSW 1-00.05330000000133.300.
    Mar 28vs BOSL 4-62.05441100000125.


    Oct 1vs TEXW 1-00.03330000000266.700.
    Sep 30vs TEXL 1-60.0444000000000.
    Sep 29vs TEXW 8-00.04440000000250.
    Sep 28vs TEXW 3-23.0544120000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Sep 27vs HOUL 3-82.07551100000120.
    Sep 26vs HOUW 6-25.0343120001100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Sep 25vs HOUL 1-50.03440000000250.
    Sep 24at TEXL 8-94.03542100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 23at TEXL 0-20.04440000000125.
    Sep 22at TEXL 5-810.0355121013000.000.400.4001.2001.600.800
    Sep 20at OAKW 6-38.03551210110240.000.400.4001.2001.600.800
    Sep 19at OAKW 7-23.03551100010360.
    Sep 17vs LADL 1-62.03430100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Sep 16vs LADL 2-60.04550000000240.
    Sep 15vs LADL 3-63.03541100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 13vs LAAW 3-22.0344010001000.
    Sep 12vs LAAW 8-00.04440000000125.
    Sep 11vs LAAL 5-88.04441200120125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Sep 10at TBL 3-61.0344010000000.
    Sep 9at TBL 5-70.09a11000000000.
    Sep 8at TBL 4-76.03441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 7at TBW 1-01.03440100000125.
    Sep 6at CINW 8-410.03542300111120.000.750.8001.5002.300.750
    Sep 5at CINL 6-72.03541000001120.
    Sep 4at CINL 3-62.09a22020000000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Sep 3at NYML 3-62.04420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Sep 2at NYMW 8-71.05440100000250.
    Sep 1at NYML 1-22.04430100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 30vs OAKW 5-43.03441110000250.
    Aug 29vs OAKL 1-31.0443000000100.
    Aug 27vs KCW 3-20.04440000000250.
    Aug 26vs KCW 15-210.0453220011200.000.667.8001.6672.4671.000
    Aug 25vs KCW 7-55.04550310010120.000.600.600.8001.400.200
    Aug 23at CWSL 4-52.09a22110000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Aug 22at CWSW 6-32.04430000011125.
    Aug 21at CWSW 14-219.04553310260120.000.600.6002.0002.6001.400
    Aug 20at HOUW 7-60.09a2200000002100.
    Aug 19at HOUW 10-32.05550100010120.
    Aug 18at HOUW 2-00.04440000000375.
    Aug 17at KCW 6-46.06a11110011000.0001.0001.0004.0005.0003.000
    Aug 16at KCW 6-59.05551210120240.000.400.4001.2001.600.800
    Aug 15at KCW 10-82.0465100000100.
    Aug 14at KCL 6-70.03550000000360.
    Aug 13vs BALL 3-50.03440000000250.
    Aug 12vs BALL 0-12.04440110000125.
    Aug 11vs BALW 9-27.03441100120375.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Aug 9vs SDW 6-18.04441200120125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Aug 8vs SDW 2-03.0442000001200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Aug 6at LAAW 3-21.04540000001240.
    Aug 5at LAAW 3-21.06430000001375.
    Aug 4at LAAW 9-76.07551100110240.
    Aug 3at LAAW 5-33.04431100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 2vs BOSW 6-37.0444110012000.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Aug 1vs BOSL 4-62.04420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jul 31vs BOSW 6-212.04442200220125.000.500.5002.0002.5001.500
    Jul 30at ARIW 4-00.04550000000240.
    Jul 29at ARIL 3-42.04441100000375.
    Jul 28at ARIW 5-27.05551220020240.000.400.400.8001.200.400
    Jul 25at MINW 9-75.03551210010240.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jul 24at MINL 3-41.08a11010000000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    Jul 23vs TORL 3-44.05432100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 22vs TORW 9-812.07442200220125.000.500.5002.0002.5001.500
    Jul 20vs MINW 5-02.06431000000250.
    Jul 18vs MINL 3-100.04440000000250.
    Jul 17vs MINW 7-63.0543110000100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 16vs DETW 2-06.0633110011000.000.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    Jul 15vs DETL 0-62.0742000000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jul 14vs DETL 4-50.06a11000000000.
    Jul 9at HOUW 3-12.07440110000125.
    Jul 8at HOUL 2-30.06a1100000001100.
    Jul 7at HOUW 10-13.05541000011240.
    Jul 6at HOUW 5-14.0742010001200.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Jul 5at SFL 0-23.0733021000000.000.667.6671.0001.667.333
    Jul 3at SFW 6-50.05550000000240.
    Jul 1vs TBW 8-30.05550000000480.
    Jun 30vs TBL 4-154.07421100002125.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    Jun 28vs WASL 1-40.06a1100000001100.
    Jun 27vs WASL 4-72.0555020000000.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 26vs WASW 8-40.05550000000120.
    Jun 25at BALL 2-37.0733110012000.000.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    Jun 24at BALL 4-61.07440100000125.
    Jun 23at BALW 13-15.0555220001000.000.400.400.400.800.000
    Jun 22at NYYW 10-28.05552200110120.000.400.4001.0001.400.600
    Jun 21at NYYL 2-40.0733000000000.
    Jun 20at NYYL 1-31.07330100000133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    Jun 18vs CWSW 5-13.0733120000000.000.667.667.6671.334.000
    Jun 17vs CWSL 3-40.05a1100000001100.
    Jun 16vs CWSW 3-21.07430000001250.
    Jun 14vs MIAL 1-43.07440210000125.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Jun 13vs MIAW 9-310.0743210013100.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Jun 11at LAAL 4-90.06440000000375.
    Jun 9at LAAL 4-52.0642000000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 7at SDL 3-100.04440000000125.
    Jun 6at SDW 4-10.06440000000250.
    Jun 4at TEXL 3-120.04440000000125.
    Jun 2at TEXL 0-20.0633000000000.
    May 31vs NYYW 1-02.06440100010125.
    May 30vs NYYL 2-102.07a22011000000.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    May 29vs NYYL 4-100.06440000000125.
    May 28vs PITW 6-36.06441100110125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    May 27vs PITW 5-01.0644010000000.
    May 26vs PITL 6-116.0643122000100.000.667.7501.3332.083.666
    May 25vs OAKW 3-20.0644000000000.
    May 24vs OAKW 6-15.0543120001100.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    May 23vs OAKW 3-20.06440000000125.
    May 22vs OAKW 11-23.06551100010120.
    May 21at ATLL 2-30.08a1100000001100.
    May 19at ATLL 2-61.0633010000000.000.333.333.333.666.000
    May 17at BOSL 3-125.0653111000200.000.333.600.6671.267.334
    May 16at BOSL 4-93.06431100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 15at BOSW 10-116.06553300240120.000.600.6001.8002.4001.200
    May 14at DETL 3-52.05a220110000150.000.500.5001.0001.500.500
    May 13at DETW 5-01.06430000001250.
    May 10vs TEXL 3-41.05440100000125.
    May 8vs TEXL 1-20.05440000000250.
    May 7vs HOUW 3-10.0544000000000.
    May 6vs HOUW 7-53.05441200000125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 5vs HOUL 4-62.05441100000250.
    May 4at OAKW 5-32.0543100000100.
    May 3at OAKW 7-22.06a32100000100.000.000.333.000.333.000
    May 2at OAKW 2-12.05420000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 30at TORW 10-816.04543200241120.000.500.6002.0002.6001.500
    Apr 29at TORL 0-10.044400000004100.
    Apr 28at TORL 2-38.06441200120125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Apr 26at PHIL 5-62.06431000001125.
    Apr 25at PHIW 5-34.07441101000250.
    Apr 23vs STLL 3-70.044400000004100.
    Apr 22vs STLW 5-42.04441100000125.
    Apr 19vs MILL 3-50.05a1100000001100.
    Apr 18vs MILL 5-66.04551210020120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Apr 17vs MILL 3-77.04431100111125.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Apr 16vs COLW 1-01.04430000001125.
    Apr 15vs COLW 9-24.04541100011120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 12at CHCW 5-21.04430000001125.
    Apr 11at CHCL 9-145.04551210010240.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Apr 10at CHCL 2-30.07a220000000150.
    Apr 9at CLEL 6-79.04652100121233.300.200.333.8001.133.600
    Apr 8at CLEW 3-21.04430000001250.
    Apr 7at CLEW 5-33.0453010000200.000.333.600.333.933.000
    Apr 5vs LAAL 3-40.04440000000125.
    Apr 4vs LAAW 11-25.05441210010250.000.500.500.7501.250.250
    Apr 2vs CLEL 5-65.0555021002000.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Apr 1vs CLEL 0-20.08a1100000001100.
    Mar 31vs CLEL 4-94.0544011002000.
    Mar 30vs CLEW 3-01.0544010000000.
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