Complete 2016 Projections

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PROJECTED 2016 SEASON STATS
16. Zac Rosscup*, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics33026.213292064.391.469.79
2016 Projections000.0000000.000.000.00
17. Jack Leathersich, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics17011.27140022.311.6310.80
2016 Projections24020.015311003.601.5013.95
18. Aaron Brooks*, ChC SPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics13955.114383006.671.576.18
2016 Projections37555.014403004.911.406.55
2016 Outlook: After a strong season in 2014 for Triple-A Omaha, Brooks was stuck in limbo between Triple-A and the majors while also being traded mid-season. Across Triple-A Nashville and Omaha, Brooks went 7-5 with a 3.56 ERA and a 1.25 WHIP, but struggled when called up to the MLB. After seeing action in two games with the Royals, he was a full-time starter for the A's by the end of the season. His low strikeout rate (6.2 K/9), coupled with a high home run rate (1.5 HR/9) makes it tough to rely on the 25-year-old; however, his success in the minors should be a positive sign moving forward. He does give up a ton of fly balls, which inflates the numbers against him, even when playing in the cavernous Oakland ballpark. With a strong spring, Brooks can crack the A's starting rotation, but will likely find himself in the sixth/seventh role on the fringe of the MLB roster.
19. Aaron Crow, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics----------------------
2016 Projections47045.019332004.001.426.60
20. Mike Montgomery, ChC SP, RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics161690.037644004.601.436.40
2016 Projections101056.025422004.661.486.75
2016 Outlook: Through early July it appeared as if the Mariners had found a legitimate mid-rotation option in Montgomery, as he went 4-2 with a sparkling 1.62 ERA and 0.94 WHIP. Even though those numbers looked great, his low strikeout rate and high walk rate were a sign of things to come, as he scuffled to the finish line with a 4.60 ERA, 1.43 WHIP and 1.1 HR/9 that led to a demotion before the season's end. The left-hander has been used primarily as a starter throughout his career, but there is some speculation that he will move to the bullpen at some point following his second-half debacle. Montgomery should compete for a rotation spot during spring training, but unless he can return to his early season form and outperform the recently acquired Nate Karns, there's a good chance that he'll either head to Triple-A or the bullpen.
21. R.J. Alvarez, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics21020.013230009.902.0010.35
2016 Projections21020.012231004.051.4510.35
22. Giovanni Soto, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics603.1000000.000.900.00
2016 Projections26020.011171004.051.407.65
23. Carl Edwards, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics504.2340003.861.297.71
2016 Projections7737.032432004.381.5410.46
24. Spencer Patton, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics27024.012281039.001.5010.50
2016 Projections52050.025622035.401.3811.16
25. Rex Brothers, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics17010.1851001.741.654.35
2016 Projections63045.046522004.601.8710.40
26. Drew Rucinski, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics417.0640007.712.295.14
2016 Projections19030.015231006.001.676.90
27. Trevor Cahill, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics26343.116361025.401.387.48
2016 Projections32050.017442054.321.227.92
28. Joe Nathan, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics100.1010100.000.0027.00
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29. Dan Haren, ChC SPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics3232187.13813211003.601.136.34
2016 Projections----------------------
30. Joel Peralta, ChC RPYEARGGSIPBBKWSVHDERAWHIPK/9
2015 Statistics33029.08243334.341.247.45
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