2008 Indians Projections

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

DH Travis Hafner
.272 AVG, 29 HR, 110 RBI
C Victor Martinez
.305 AVG, 22 HR, 102 RBI
1B Ryan Garko
.284 AVG, 18 HR, 72 RBI
2B Asdrubal Cabrera
.274 AVG, 9 HR, 58 RBI
3B Casey Blake
.258 AVG, 15 HR, 66 RBI
SS Jhonny Peralta
.277 AVG, 19 HR, 83 RBI
LF David Dellucci
.248 AVG, 13 HR, 57 RBI
CF Grady Sizemore
.293 AVG, 28 HR, 88 RBI
RF Franklin Gutierrez
.269 AVG, 14 HR, 54 RBI

SP C.C. Sabathia
17-8 W-L, 3.48 ERA, 175 K
SP Fausto Carmona
15-6 W-L, 3.56 ERA, 146 K
SP Paul Byrd
9-14 W-L, 4.88 ERA, 76 K
SP Jake Westbrook
12-10 W-L, 4.47 ERA, 109 K
SP Cliff Lee
10-11 W-L, 4.69 ERA, 112 K



KevinGillman 4:22 PM CST  

Hafner will hit 35-40 HR's again, I guarentee it.

Anonymous 9:44 PM CST  

are these your predictions? or are the based on one of the formulas by using historical trends and comparable players?

Anonymous 10:28 PM CST  

Too safe.

The "Meatman" 11:49 AM CST  

I would bet my life that Carmona finishes with an E.R.A. over 3.59 Not to be hating on him, as he helped me win my fantasy ship last year, but there is NO WAY he comes close to last year's E.R.A. especially with the loaded tigers in his division. 3 starts against them will jack his e.r.a up for sure.
I love ur hafner pick, he just can stay healty. He is a lock to miss 20-30 games so you picked his HR total perfectly. He has the potential to reach the upper 30s and low 40s, but he needs to stay off the DL to do that. I like your sizemore too, how many steals do you think he'll have?

KevinGillman 9:38 PM CST  

even when he did spend the entire month of September on the DL in 2006, he finished with 42 Home Runs. I guarentee he can do it again, even if he were to miss a month.

Anonymous 9:59 PM CDT  

Dont overlook Dean Laganosky (Haverford)