Charting player use

As we continue to deconstruct the 2012 season, we’re looking at the number of players each team used as well as providing a highlight or two.

Anyone who can’t figure out which team used the most players just hasn’t been paying attention. Here’s a list of teams and players used, in order:

Team Hitters Pitchers Total Comment
Kings 57 37 94 Aroldis Chapman as a King: 27 IP, 0.00 ERA; of course, he was soon traded
Crusoes 38 26 64 Cliff Lee as Crusoe: 4.18 ERA; Cliff Lee as King: 1.67.
McBrides 35 21 56 Nady, Parrino, Brett Jackson combined: 44 for 280 (.157 BA)
Suspects 29 22 51 Matt Holliday hit .194 as a Suspect; Mario Mendoza is hitting coach
Knights 28 19 47 What happened to Jurrjens? ERA at 7.6, WHIP over 2 for Knights
Mojo 26 18 44 Whatever happened to Jason Bay? BA of .165 for Mojo.
Keynesians 26 18 44 Erik Bedard: 125 IP, ERA over 5. Seemed like such a good idea early
Deadbirds 24 19 43 Mike Minor as Deadbird: 6.01 ERA; Minor as Crusoe: 2.89 ERA
Bears 27 14 41 Randy Wolf fluffed up Bears’ ERA: 5.69 in 142.3 IP
Flash 26 14 40 Glad to see Chris Snyder leave with Houston: .177 in 221 AB
Hose 20 16 36 One last chance for Jamie Moyer? How about an 8.55 ERA? Luckily only 20 IP
Gary Robinson posted at 2012-10-7 Category: Baseball

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  1. #1Kerry @ 2012-10-8 08:02 Reply

    Since my whole staff got traded to the AL, I had to start over again with a new crew. That will pad the pitcher count. Surprised at the number of hitters. Must be from trades.

    Any idea what Holliday hit for me?

  2. #2Justin @ 2012-10-8 08:05 Reply

    How about this: David Wright in a Suspect Uniform went .340/15/67 with 10 steals in 350 at bats. In other uniforms? .255/6/26 with 5 steals over 231 at bats. I think it broke his heart when I traded him.

  3. #3Justin @ 2012-10-8 08:06 Reply

    Holliday went .306/23/94 for you Kerry.

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