2007 Blue Jay Projections

Monday, January 1, 2007

DH Frank Thomas
.267 AVG, 34 HR, 101 RBI
C Gregg Zaun
.262 AVG, 11 HR, 65 RBI
1B Lyle Overbay
.306 AVG, 26 HR, 104 RBI
2B Aaron Hill
.282 AVG, 9 HR, 56 RBI
3B Troy Glaus
.257 AVG, 43 HR, 110 RBI
SS Royce Clayton
.244 AVG, 3 HR, 34 RBI
LF Reed Johnson
.295 AVG, 18 HR , 61 RBI
CF Vernon Wells
.312 AVG, 37 HR, 115 RBI
RF Alex Rios
.299 AVG, 23 HR, 93 RBI

P Roy Halladay

15-7 W-L, 3.32 ERA, 167 K
P A.J. Burnett

11-7 W-L, 3.84 ERA, 144 K
Gustavo Chacin

13-7 W-L, 4.36 ERA, 109 K
P Shaun Marcum

11-10 W-L, 4.89 ERA, 92 K
John Thomson
10-8 W-L, 4.74 ERA, 89 K



Anonymous 11:08 PM CST  

i work over at bp and I just have to say, these are great projections. Our projections are slightly under yours but I see where you are coming from. You should look into getting a URL, it would make your site more credible to readers, but I think it is great.


p.s. ive already sent out an email to my other partners abou it

Anonymous 5:32 PM CST  

You should plug in Casey Janssen as the 5th starter

Anonymous 1:03 PM CST  

Unless you are predicting that Doc will be injured again, 20 wins seems right from one of the games best.

Anonymous 9:30 AM CST  

the batting order is flat out scary. when you have 4 guys who hit over 100 rbi you're going to win some ball games. But that pitching staff, aside from halladay and burnett is full of question marks.

Anonymous 10:37 PM CST  

I guess you can add Thomson to the mix now...

Anonymous 8:19 PM CST  

If the offensive projections hold true then the pitchers should really have more W's attached to them - thats a lot of run support

Anonymous 9:27 AM CST  

good for the blue jays. if the thomson projecion holds up they got a bargain at 500 000$