Jack Suwinski

OF · Pittsburgh Pirates

Bats L Throws L
Height 6'2" Weight 215
DOB 1998-07-29 Age 25.8
Hometown Chicago, IL
2024 Fantasy Rankings

NFBC ADP (15-team): 15.14, 224th

Season Projections

Draft Buddy406.0123500428639720223666215430.8103.227.329.444.773.217
THE BAT407.2128517446659821223686116131.292.220.320.428.748.208

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

  • Jack Suwinski Provides Only Offense In Victory

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    After being recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis earlier in the day, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Jack Suwinski would provide the only offense in a victory against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Suwinski went 1-for-4 on the evening and took Tyler Glasnow deep for a solo home run in the bottom of the third inning to lead the Pirates to their 28th victory. Suwinski has shown power in the past with 50 career home runs, but has struggled this season with a .177 batting average and five homers to go along with 14 RBI and five stolen bases. His time in Triple-A may be what he needed to get going and managers searching for power should watch and see what Suwinski does over the next few days as he could be a solid one-category pickup.

    Jun 5 · Source via Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski
  • Pirates Announce Several Roster Moves

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    The Pirates announced a series of roster moves today. They recalled catcher Henry Davis, outfielder Jack Suwinski and infielder Liover Peguero from Triple-A Indianapolis. They also selected the contract of right-handed reliever Ben Heller from Indy. In one corresponding move, they placed infielder/outfielder Ji Hwan Bae on the 10-day injured list with a right wrist sprain,...

    Jun 4 · MLB Trade Rumors Prospects Pittsburgh Pirates Ji Hwan Bae Henry Davis Ben Heller Liover Peguero Jack Suwinski
  • Jack Suwinski Recalled And Starting Tuesday

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    The Pittsburgh Pirates recalled outfielder Jack Suwinski from Triple-A Indianapolis on Tuesday and placed outfielder Ji Hwan Bae (wrist) on the 10-day injured list with a sprained right wrist in a corresponding move. The team also added Liover Peguero to the active roster and placed outfielder Michael Taylor on the paternity list. Suwinski is starting in center field and batting ninth on Tuesday against Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Tyler Glasnow. In 29 plate appearances for Indy, the 25-year-old Suwinski hit .250 with a homer and will now get another shot to prove he deserves playing time in center field against right-handers in the big leagues with both Bae and Taylor not with the team. Suwinski hit just .224 last year but did manager an impressive 26 home runs, 74 RBI and 13 stolen bases for the Bucs.

    Jun 4 · Source via Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski
  • Pirates GM Ben Cherington Discusses Suwinski, Davis, Tellez

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    Pirates GM Ben Cherington spoke to reporters (including Noah Hines of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) recently about the struggles a few key players have faced on offense this season in Pittsburgh, including recently-optioned outfielder Jack Suwinski. Despite the club's decision to option the 25-year-old earlier this week, Cherington made clear that the club believes in his...

    May 25 · MLB Trade Rumors Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski Henry Davis Rowdy Tellez
  • Pirates Option Jack Suwinski

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    The Pirates announced Thursday that they've optioned struggling outfielder Jack Suwinski to Triple-A Indianapolis. Left-hander Jose Hernandez has been recalled from Indy in his place. It's a notable turn of events for the Pirates and Suwinski, who looked to have emerged as a potential core piece for the Bucs just last season. Suwinski mashed his...

    May 23 · MLB Trade Rumors Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski Jose Hernandez
  • Pirates Option Jack Suwinski To Triple-A

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    The Pittsburgh Pirates optioned outfielder Jack Suwinski to Triple-A Indianapolis on Thursday and recalled left-hander Jose Hernandez from the minors in a corresponding move. Suwinski is being shipped down to the farm to work on his swing after struggling so far this year to a .174/.268/.297 slash line with four home runs, 13 RBI, five stolen bases and 16 runs scored in 138 at-bats. The 25-year-old left-handed hitter should eventually be back in Pittsburgh, but he probably won't be anything more than a platoon center fielder. With Suwinski in the minors for the time being, it should open up more playing time in the outfield for Ji Hwan Bae and Connor Joe, which will in turn open up more action for the lefty-hitting Rowdy Tellez at first base in Pittsburgh.

    May 23 · Source via Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski
  • Jack Suwinski Sitting On Monday

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    Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Jack Suwinski is on the bench to start Monday's contest against the Washington Nationals. It's been a tough start to the season for the lefty-swinging outfielder, but not from a performance standpoint but rather a playing time standpoint as the Pirates have faced a wealth of left-handed starters to begin the season and will do so again on Monday in the form of MacKenzie Gore. The 25-year-old started just two of the four games against the Marlins over the weekend, although he has still racked up 15 plate appearances thanks to pinch-hitting opportunities. He is 2-for-14 (.143) with a walk to begin the season but still offers a nice combination of power and speed coming off a 26-homer, 13-steal season in the 2023 campaign.

    Apr 1 · Source via Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski
  • Jack Suwinski Starting Versus Lefty Saturday

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    Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Jack Suwinski is getting the start in left field on Saturday opposite Miami Marlins left-hander Ryan Weathers. It's a rare start for the lefty-swinging Suwinski against a southpaw but the Marlins have started a lefty in each of the three games to begin this series as Pirates skipper Derek Shelton looks to get Suwinski a start. He enjoyed a fine 2023 season that saw him hit .224 with 26 homers, 74 RBI, and 13 stolen bases but he also hit just .200 with only two homers and a .608 OPS against left-handed pitching. However, he also ranked righties for an .856 OPS and big-time .271 isolated power. Add in the speed and Suwinski remains a quality fantasy asset, even on the strong side of a platoon.

    Mar 30 · Source via Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski
  • Offseason In Review: Pittsburgh Pirates

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    The Pirates’ ongoing rebuild showed some encouraging signs last year but it didn’t prompt the front office to go out and win the offseason. They made some modest additions as their focus remains clearly on the future, but did sign another core member of their club to a sizable extension. Major League Signings LHP Aroldis…

    Mar 21 · MLB Trade Rumors Offseason Pittsburgh Pirates Chase Anderson Gilberto Celestino Bubba Chandler Aroldis Chapman Oneil Cruz Henry Davis Josh Fleming Marco Gonzales Yasmani Grandal Ben Heller Brent Honeywell Termarr Johnson Jared Jones Mitch Keller Jake Lamb Eric Lauer Andrew McCutchen Billy McKinney Edward Olivares Johan Oviedo Wily Peralta Michael Plassmeyer Quinn Priester Bryan Reynolds Ryder Ryan Connor Sadzeck Paul Skenes Canaan Smith-Njigba Jack Suwinski Michael A. Taylor Rowdy Tellez Jared Triolo
  • Jack Suwinski Homers, Continues To Rake This Spring

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    Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Jack Suwinski went 3-for-3 with a two-run home run in Saturday's 4-2 spring win over the Atlanta Braves. Suwinski took Charlie Morton deep in the first inning to put the Pirates on the scoreboard. It was his fourth home run of the spring. The 25-year-old is slashing .324/.361/.765 with four home runs, nine RBI, five runs scored, and a stolen base over 12 games during spring training. He is expected to be the team's everyday right fielder after the Pirates signed Michael A. Taylor on Friday to handle center field duties. Suwinski slashed .224/.339/.454 with 26 home runs, 74 RBI, 63 runs, and 13 stolen bases over 534 plate appearances in 2023. Suwinski has power/speed potential, making him a high-upside pick if fantasy managers can withstand his low batting average at his current NFBC ADP of 230.

    Mar 16 · Source via Pittsburgh Pirates Jack Suwinski
  • Hitting Stats

    2024 ATC421.51285184446510121224686516030.8103.227.331.446.777.219
    2024 Draft Buddy406.0123500428639720223666215430.8103.227.329.444.773.217
    2024 Steamer413.9120511436659920124706415530.394.226.331.440.771.214
    2024 THE BAT407.2128517446659821223686116131.292.220.320.428.748.208
    2024 Zeile414.0124510436649920224676515730.893.227.331.447.778.220

    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



    12at STL2.01321000001266.700.000.333.000.333.000
    11vs MIN, vs LAD10.0517161300121952.900.188.235.375.610.187
    9vs SF3.02541100001240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    8at CHC, at MIL22.0723203300233939.
    7vs CHC, vs LAA9.0614120210002642.920.
    6vs COL, at OAK6.0615130200022533.300.
    5at SF, vs MIL10.0723212320012417.400.
    4vs BOS, at NYM7.0619171310002421.
    3at PHI, vs DET18.0519173400142315.810.235.316.412.728.177
    2vs BAL, at WAS17.0623204410123313.000.200.304.400.704.200
    1at MIA6.0415142200011426.700.


    27vs MIA, at PHI14.0624240711040520.800.292.292.417.709.125
    26at CIN, at CHC27.0622177600145836.410.353.500.5291.029.176
    25vs NYY, vs WAS20.0624212610133729.210.286.375.476.851.190
    24at ATL, vs MIL31.0623213720272626.120.333.391.7141.105.381
    23at STL, at KC16.0620183401122525.000.222.300.500.800.278
    22vs CHC, vs STL8.0518151200003633.310.
    21at MIN, at NYM10.0519131110016631.600.077.368.154.522.077
    20vs CIN, vs ATL14.07252133200031248.
    19at MIL, vs DET6.0621171000014733.300.
    18vs PHI, at SD13.0417161520110423.500.313.313.625.938.312
    17at LAA, vs CLE11.0513121210131753.800.167.231.500.731.333
    16vs SF0.02990000000333.300.
    15at ARI, at LAD32.07302246202641240.000.273.385.6361.021.363
    14vs MIL, vs SD35.0624186710276520.810.389.542.7781.320.389
    13at MIA, vs CHC2.0617150000002635.300.
    12at MIL, at CHC19.0622163200224736.000.111.304.444.748.333
    11vs NYM, vs OAK24.0517156510242335.300.258.324.581.905.323
    10vs STL, at SF22.0622195500233940.900.263.364.579.943.316
    9at SEA, vs TEX22.06232135002421042.910.240.321.480.801.240
    8vs ARI, at DET10.0417151320022330.
    7at BAL, vs COL11.0621161400014737.100.214.353.250.603.036
    6vs TOR, at TB9.0621181100113938.900.
    5at WAS, vs LAD30.0624213720163825.531.238.319.405.724.167
    4vs CIN, at COL44.0724175620487623.320.265.419.7061.125.441
    3at STL, vs HOU13.0415152510120523.500.281.324.500.824.219
    2vs CWS, at BOS7.0415110100024418.400.161.316.290.606.129
    1at CIN0.01440000000231.600.


    Jun 11at STLW 2-12.09321000001266.700.000.333.000.333.000
    Jun 9vs MINL 5-111.08430000001250.
    Jun 7vs MINW 3-00.08330000000133.300.
    Jun 6vs LADL 7-113.09440200010125.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Jun 5vs LADW 10-60.093300000003100.
    Jun 4vs LADW 1-06.09331100110266.700.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    May 22vs SFL 5-90.04a1100000001100.
    May 21vs SFW 7-63.06431100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 19at CHCW 3-210.0653110011200.010.333.6001.3331.9331.000
    May 18at CHCL 0-10.04a000000000000
    May 17at CHCW 9-34.06551100000240.
    May 16at CHCW 5-40.074400000004100.
    May 15at MILL 2-100.02a000000000000
    May 14at MILL 3-40.05440000000250.
    May 13at MILW 8-68.04541100121120.000.250.4001.0001.400.750
    May 12vs CHCL 4-57.05530100002240.020.333.600.333.933.000
    May 11vs CHCW 10-90.05a000000000000
    May 10vs CHCL 2-70.06440000000250.
    May 8vs LAAL 4-52.07440110000250.
    May 7vs LAAL 0-90.02a11000000000.
    May 6vs LAAW 4-10.05a000000000000
    May 5vs COLW 5-32.07330100010133.300.333.333.333.666.000
    May 4vs COLW 1-02.09a11010001000.0001.0001.0001.0002.000.000
    May 3vs COLL 2-30.07330000000133.300.
    May 1at OAKL 0-40.08440000000125.
    Apr 30at OAKL 2-50.05a1100000001100.
    Apr 29at OAKL 1-52.05310000002133.300.000.667.000.667.000
    Apr 28at SFL 2-30.09a11000000000.
    Apr 27at SFW 4-31.05550100000240.
    Apr 26at SFL 0-30.05a11000000000.
    Apr 25vs MILL 5-75.0554111001100.000.250.400.500.900.250
    Apr 24vs MILL 2-32.05440110000250.
    Apr 23vs MILW 2-10.0533000000000.
    Apr 22vs MILW 4-22.0543100000100.
    Apr 21vs BOSL 1-62.0444020000000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Apr 20vs BOSL 2-40.04330000000266.700.
    Apr 19vs BOSL 1-82.06330110000133.300.333.333.6671.000.334
    Apr 17at NYML 1-90.0644000000000.
    Apr 16at NYML 1-30.04a1100000001100.
    Apr 15at NYML 3-63.0642100000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 14at PHIW 9-211.0654120014100.000.500.6001.2501.850.750
    Apr 13at PHIL 3-40.04440000000250.
    Apr 12at PHIW 5-22.04a11000000000.
    Apr 9vs DETL 3-50.0444000000000.
    Apr 8vs DETW 7-45.04542200001120.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Apr 7vs BALW 3-22.0444110000000.
    Apr 6vs BALW 5-42.04540100001120.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Apr 5vs BALL 2-50.04440000000250.
    Apr 4at WASW 7-43.0443100001100.
    Apr 3at WASL 3-59.0444221011000.000.500.5001.5002.0001.000
    Apr 1at WASW 8-41.05a21000000100.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Mar 31at MIAW 9-72.05661100000233.300.
    Mar 30at MIAW 9-33.09551100010240.
    Mar 29at MIAW 7-20.05a22000000000.
    Mar 28at MIAW 6-51.08b21000000100.000.000.500.000.500.000


    Oct 1vs MIAW 3-04.04440110020125.
    Sep 30vs MIAL 3-71.04440100000125.
    Sep 29vs MIAL 3-41.04440100000125.
    Sep 28at PHIW 3-23.0444020001000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    Sep 27at PHIL 6-74.06440101010125.
    Sep 26at PHIL 2-31.04440100000125.
    Sep 24at CINL 2-47.06431100111250.000.333.5001.3331.8331.000
    Sep 23at CINW 13-127.04543200011120.000.500.600.5001.100.000
    Sep 22at CINW 7-51.04a000000010000
    Sep 21at CHCW 8-67.04532100002120.010.333.600.333.933.000
    Sep 20at CHCW 13-74.05541100011240.000.250.400.250.650.000
    Sep 19at CHCL 1-141.04330100000266.700.333.333.333.666.000
    Sep 17vs NYYW 3-21.05440100000125.
    Sep 16vs NYYL 3-60.04440000000125.
    Sep 15vs NYYL 5-71.04440000010375.
    Sep 14vs WASW 2-07.04331200110133.300.667.6671.6672.3341.000
    Sep 13vs WASW 7-64.0443110001100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Sep 12vs WASW 5-17.04530210002120.010.667.8001.0001.800.333
    Sep 10at ATLL 2-53.04440110010250.
    Sep 9at ATLW 8-49.0754120001100.020.500.600.5001.100.000
    Sep 8at ATLL 2-87.04441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Sep 6vs MILW 5-43.0433011001000.000.333.333.6671.000.334
    Sep 5vs MILL 3-71.05320000001133.300.000.333.000.333.000
    Sep 4vs MILW 4-28.05441200120250.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Sep 3at STLL 4-60.07440000000125.
    Sep 2at STLW 7-61.06a10000000100.0001.0001.000
    Sep 1at STLW 4-20.0533000000000.
    Aug 30at KCW 4-18.07441200120125.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Aug 29at KCW 6-34.08441101000125.
    Aug 28at KCW 5-03.06431100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 27vs CHCL 1-103.06440100000250.
    Aug 26vs CHCL 6-103.08421000002125.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Aug 25vs CHCW 2-11.0644010000000.
    Aug 24vs CHCL 4-51.06a10000000100.0001.0001.000
    Aug 21vs STLW 11-10.08550000000360.
    Aug 19at MINW 7-43.07520000003120.000.000.600.000.600.000
    Aug 18at MINL 1-50.04440000000250.
    Aug 16at NYML 3-83.04430110001125.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    Aug 15at NYMW 7-43.07a211000011150.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Aug 14at NYML 2-71.04430000001125.
    Aug 13vs CINW 4-20.05a000000000000
    Aug 13vs CINL 5-63.04540110001240.000.250.400.500.900.250
    Aug 11vs CINL 2-90.07330000000266.700.
    Aug 10vs ATLW 7-54.06431110001125.000.333.500.6671.167.334
    Aug 9vs ATLL 5-62.07431000000375.
    Aug 8vs ATLL 6-80.04550000000240.
    Aug 7vs ATLW 7-65.05431100001250.011.333.500.333.833.000
    Aug 6at MILW 4-11.05430000001125.
    Aug 5at MILL 2-30.04a000000000000
    Aug 4at MILW 8-42.0354100000100.
    Aug 3at MILL 1-142.04430000011250.
    Aug 2vs DETL 3-61.06430000001375.
    Aug 1vs DETW 4-10.04440000000125.
    Jul 29vs PHIW 7-63.01550210000120.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Jul 28vs PHIL 1-20.01330000000133.300.
    Jul 26at SDW 3-21.01430000000125.
    Jul 24at SDW 8-49.01551310110120.000.600.6001.4002.000.800
    Jul 23at LAAL 5-70.01a2200000002100.
    Jul 22at LAAW 3-00.01a11000000000.
    Jul 21at LAAL 5-87.01331100120266.700.333.3331.3331.6661.000
    Jul 19vs CLEW 7-53.01330110010133.300.333.333.6671.000.334
    Jul 17vs CLEL 0-111.01430000001250.
    Jul 15vs SFL 1-30.01550000000360.
    Jul 14vs SFL 4-60.0144000000000.
    Jul 9at ARIW 4-21.01330000010266.700.
    Jul 8at ARIL 2-33.03440110010375.
    Jul 7at ARIL 3-72.03430100001250.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jul 6at LADL 2-53.06331110000266.700.333.333.6671.000.334
    Jul 5at LADL 4-69.05541100131240.000.250.4001.0001.400.750
    Jul 4at LADW 9-710.05532200112120.000.667.8001.6672.4671.000
    Jul 3at LADL 2-54.0362000000000.000.000.667.000.667.000
    Jul 2vs MILL 3-63.0132011000100.000.500.6671.0001.667.500
    Jul 1vs MILL 8-1110.03441200140250.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jun 30vs MILW 8-75.05431200011125.000.667.750.6671.417.000
    Jun 29vs SDW 5-44.0143110001100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Jun 28vs SDW 7-15.07421000002125.010.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 27vs SDW 9-48.05542100111120.000.250.4001.0001.400.750
    Jun 25at MIAL 0-20.06220000000150.
    Jun 24at MIAL 3-40.0322000000000.
    Jun 22at MIAL 4-60.064400000004100.
    Jun 21vs CHCL 3-82.0342000000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Jun 20vs CHCL 0-40.0344000000000.
    Jun 19vs CHCL 0-80.01a1100000001100.
    Jun 18at MILL 2-50.03440000000125.
    Jun 17at MILL 0-50.06a1100000001100.
    Jun 16at MILL 4-54.05521000001120.000.000.600.000.600.000
    Jun 15at CHCL 2-70.05440000000375.
    Jun 14at CHCL 6-101.06430000001125.
    Jun 13at CHCL 3-1114.0342220022200.0001.0001.0004.0005.0003.000
    Jun 11vs NYMW 2-17.05441200110250.000.500.5001.2501.750.750
    Jun 10vs NYML 1-52.0543100000100.
    Jun 9vs NYMW 14-714.0554431012100.000.750.8001.7502.5501.000
    Jun 6vs OAKL 2-110.04440000000125.
    Jun 5vs OAKW 5-41.03a000000010000
    Jun 4vs STLW 2-12.03441100000125.
    Jun 3vs STLW 4-30.03a000000000000
    Jun 2vs STLW 7-54.04532000002240.000.000.400.000.400.000
    May 31at SFW 9-43.06540100011360.000.250.400.250.650.000
    May 30at SFW 2-11.04440100000375.
    May 29at SFL 4-1412.0444220022000.000.500.5002.0002.5001.500
    May 28at SEAL 3-63.04a210000001150.010.000.500.000.500.000
    May 27at SEAL 0-51.05440100000375.
    May 26at SEAW 11-614.05552300230120.000.600.6001.8002.4001.200
    May 24vs TEXL 2-31.07440000010250.
    May 23vs TEXL 1-60.03440000000250.
    May 22vs TEXW 6-43.03431100001125.000.333.500.333.833.000
    May 21vs ARIL 3-81.0343000000100.
    May 20vs ARIL 3-42.03440110000125.
    May 19vs ARIW 13-37.03541210021120.000.500.600.7501.350.250
    May 16at DETL 0-40.04440000000125.
    May 14at BALW 4-04.04421100002125.000.500.750.5001.250.000
    May 13at BALL 0-21.05430000001250.
    May 12at BALL 3-63.0544020001000.000.500.500.5001.000.000
    May 10vs COLL 3-40.06220000000150.
    May 9vs COLL 1-101.05430000000250.
    May 8vs COLW 2-02.07320100001133.300.500.667.5001.167.000
    May 7vs TORL 1-100.06440000000250.
    May 6vs TORL 2-88.0542110011200.000.500.7502.0002.7501.500
    May 5vs TORL 0-40.04440000000375.
    May 4at TBL 2-31.05430000001250.
    May 3at TBL 1-80.09a1100000001100.
    May 2at TBL 1-40.05440000000125.
    Apr 30at WASL 2-70.05440000000375.
    Apr 29at WASW 6-34.06a10100000100.0101.0001.000
    Apr 29at WASW 16-113.05661310150233.301.500.5001.1671.667.667
    Apr 27vs LADW 6-24.06440100010375.
    Apr 26vs LADW 8-16.0542110000200.010.500.750.5001.250.000
    Apr 25vs LADL 7-83.0555021000000.000.400.400.6001.000.200
    Apr 23vs CINW 2-09.0542011001200.020.500.7501.0001.750.500
    Apr 22vs CINW 2-13.05440110010375.
    Apr 21vs CINW 4-22.06431000001250.
    Apr 20vs CINW 4-37.06321100111133.300.500.6672.0002.6671.500
    Apr 19at COLW 14-33.0842000001200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 18at COLW 5-314.0543220023100.000.667.7502.6673.4172.000
    Apr 17at COLW 14-36.02a11110011000.0001.0001.0004.0005.0003.000
    Apr 16at STLL 4-54.06331210000133.300.667.6671.0001.667.333
    Apr 14at STLL 0-31.05440100000125.
    Apr 12vs HOUL 0-71.07440100000250.
    Apr 11vs HOUW 7-47.08441100120125.000.250.2501.0001.250.750
    Apr 9vs CWSW 1-02.0821000001100.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 7vs CWSW 13-90.06550000000480.
    Apr 5at BOSW 4-12.0642000000200.000.000.500.000.500.000
    Apr 3at BOSW 7-63.0743010001100.000.333.500.333.833.000
    Mar 30at CINW 5-40.07440000000250.
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