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REGULAR SEASON RECAP
Based on money line odds their expected record at this point of the season is 99.6-62.4. At 106-56 they ahead of expectations. If you bet on them to win every game you would be up big (+355 units). They are not good against the spread (81-81) for a -454 loss. Their over-under record is 77-76 with 9 pushes. They overachieved this season. Their game odds projected to 99.6 wins. Their 106-56 record this season was way ahead of what was expected of them. In terms of money line profit, they were one of the best teams at +355. They were not good against the spread going 81-81 (-454 loss). They went over 77 times and came in under 76 times.
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TEAM STATISTICAL STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
Their average run differential is +1.64 which ranks #1 in the NL, which is the same as how they rank in win percentage. They are the #1 ranked team in run differential (based on all teams' road stats). This is the same ranking they have among home teams.
TEAM STATS PER GAME (League Rank):
|All 167 Games||5.4 (#1)||0.256 (#5)||0.645 (#2)|
|Road||5.5 (#1)||0.251 (#5)||0.639 (#2)|
|Home||5.4 (#3)||0.262 (#5)||0.652 (#5)|
ALLOWED TO OPPOSING TEAMS (Lower # is Better):
|All||3.8 (#1)||0.223 (#1)||0.534 (#1)|
|Road||4.2 (#3)||0.230 (#2||0.531 (#1)|
|Home||3.4 (#1)||0.217 (#1)||0.538 (#2)|
TEAM FANTASY LEADERS
The table below show the most valuable fantasy players on the team this season led by Cody Bellinger who was the #1 first baseman / DH. The Better Option column shows the player directly above him and the Better Than column shows the player directly below him in the position rankings.
|PLAYER||OWN%||RANK||BETTER OPTION||BETTER THAN|
|Cody Bellinger||100||1||--||Freddie Freeman|
|Max Muncy||97||11||Nelson Cruz||Paul Goldschmidt|
|Justin Turner||93||11||Mike Moustakas||Jose Ramirez|
|Joc Pederson||81||26||Marcell Ozuna||Yasiel Puig|
|Corey Seager||93||10||Nick Ahmed||Amed Rosario|
|Enrique Hernandez||23||61||Brian Goodwin||Kevin Kiermaier|
|Kenley Jansen||94||8||Felipe Vazquez||Liam Hendriks|
|Chris Taylor||25||31||Lourdes Gurriel||Tommy Edman|
|Alex Verdugo||42||74||Garrett Cooper||Manuel Margot|
|A.J. Pollock||79||81||Dwight Smith||Jarrod Dyson|