Weekly Roster Update 07/03/19
July 03, 2019
This week we’re releasing our Roster Update early so you can enjoy the changes over 4th of July weekend! As always we’ve updated all 30 teams’ rosters! We’ve given significant boosts to this past week’s top performers and changed the lineups to best reflect the ones being put on the field each day by MLB clubs.
This week we’re focusing on players making their first All-Star appearance!
The 24 year old is one of three Dodgers’ starters getting an All-Star bid this year, joining Clayton Kershaw and previously featured Hyun-Jin Ryu.
Buehler has been dominant all season, but his best performance came on June 21st against NL West rival, the Colorado Rockies. Ferris pitched a complete game and finished with 16 Ks, 0 BB, 3 H, and 2 R.
We’ve boosted Buehler’s Velocity and Drop.
The Rays acquired Meadows from Pittsburgh last year in the Chris Archer trade and now he’s just the second Tampa Bay position player to appear in the All-Star Game in the past eight seasons. For the season Meadows has a slash line of .291/.365/.512 with 12 HRs, 41 RBIs, and 8 SBs.
We’ve boosted Meadows’ Contact, Power, and Arm.
Kirbs set a Padres record with his 27th save last Friday, breaking Heath Bell’s franchise record for the most saves before the break. Over the season Yates has an ERA of 1.27 and a WHIP of 0.849 and only 1 Blown Save.
We’ve Boosted Yates’ Drop, Stamina, and Speed Differential.
After hitting 22 taters total in his first 4 seasons, Marte has already mashed 20 this year! The Diamondbacks’ 25 year old is currently playing the best baseball of his career with a slash line of .309/.357/.571 and is on pace to shatter his previous season highs in HRs (20 this year, next best 14), RBIs (currently at 52, best for a season is 59), and Hits (currently at 103, best for a season is 135).
We’ve boosted Marte’s Contact, Power, Speed, and Fielding.
Means is the first Orioles starter to make the All-Star game since Mike Mussina in 1999. He began the year in the Orioles bullpen, but after three games was moved to the starting rotation. Since being named a starter, Means has a record of 6-4 and an ERA of 2.57.
We’ve boosted Means’ Curve, Drop, Stamina, and Speed Differential.
McCannon is a standout in his position. He’s the only catcher with at least 100 plate appearances that’s hitting above .300. He’s currently slashing .317/.376/.512 with 9 HRs, 28 RBIs, and 4 SBs.
We’ve boosted McCann’s Power, Contact, and Arm.
|TEX||St. John, Locke|
|Colin Poche||Curve & Drop|
|Jesse Chavez||Curve & Drop|
|Madison Bumgarner||Curve & Drop|
|Trevor Bauer||Curve, Drop, & Speed Differential|
|Gerrit Cole||Drop & Stam|
|Max Fried||Curve & Drop|
|Aaron Nola||Drop & Speed Differential|
|Andrew Cashner||Curve, Drop, & Stamina|
|Anthony DeSclafani||Drop & Speed Differential|
|Zack Greinke||Drop & Stamina|
|Brandon Woodruff||Curve, Drop, & Stamina|
|Aaron Judge||Contact, Arm, & Fielding|
|DJ LeMahieu||Contact, Power, Arm, & Fielding|
|Fernando Tatis Jr||Contact, Power, Speed, & Stealing|
|Lourdes Gurriel Jr||Contact & Power|
|Ronald Acuna Jr||Contact, Power, Arm, & Fielding|
|Eric Hosmer||Contact & Power|
|Jason Heyward||Contact & Power|
|Joey Gallo||Contact, Power, Arm, & Fielding|
|Maikel Franco||Contact, Power, Arm, & Fielding|
|Shohei Ohtani||Contact, Power, Speed, & Stealing|
|Nelson Cruz||Contact & Power|
|Jackie Bradley Jr||Contact & Power|
|Trea Turner||Speed & Stealing|
|Chris Taylor||Contact, Arm, & Fielding|