2007 Phillies Projections

Sunday, January 28, 2007

C Rod Barajas
.231 AVG, 13 HR, 45 RBI
1B Ryan Howard
.301 AVG, 54 HR, 138 RBI
2B Chase Utley
.287 AVG, 29 HR, 101 RBI
3B Wes Helms
.276 AVG, 11 HR, 46 RBI
SS Jimmy Rollins
.274 AVG, 21 HR, 73 RBI
LF Pat Burrell
.259 AVG, 31 HR, 102 RBI
CF Aaron Rowand
.275 AVG, 14 HR, 55 RBI
RF Shane Victorino
.279 AVG, 11 HR, 64 RBI

P Freddy Garcia
15-9 W-L, 4.42 ERA, 157 K
P Brett Myers
13-10 W-L, 4.14 ERA, 166 K
P Cole Hamels
12-7 W-L, 3.86 ERA, 145 K
P Adam Eaton
10-8 W-L, 4.77 ERA, 91 K
P Jamie Moyer
10-11 W-L, 4.51 ERA, 107 K



Anonymous 9:53 AM CST  

nice projection...it looks good, and it is what most expect

OG 5 7 31 10:00 AM CST  

I think Utley will regress a bit more w/ the pressure of his new deal hanging over him and I think you overestimated the rotation a bit, is it just me who foresees Freddy Garcia going 13-12 with a 4.8 era playing in that sandbox. I also doubt Hamels and Eaton will stay healthy long enough (or in Eaton's case be good enough) to put up those numbers. I should have prefaced this by saying I bleed ORANGE AND BLUE!!!! GO METS!!!

Anonymous 10:50 AM CST  

ur giving there pitching staff way to much

Jack 10:52 AM CST  

untrue. The phillies have an extremely solid rotation

Sam 11:02 AM CST  

These projections will give Mutts fans a thrill. Think what you want, the season will speak for itself. Go Phils!

Anonymous 12:41 PM CST  

Mets got better hitters still our pitching staff is good. Our pitching is underated this year. Some of these projections are worng. And Phillis sucks

Anonymous 1:50 PM CST  

Hamels is way underprojected to me and I am a braves fan.

Anonymous 2:57 PM CST  

31 HR and 102 RBI is a pretty favorable projection for Burrell...

Anonymous 5:49 PM CST  

what's with the triple post?

Anonymous 8:37 AM CST  

love how mets fans even have objections to ESTIMATIONS.