Chasing The Storm 2038-5: Sim 11 Review

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Chasing The Storm 2038-5: Sim 11 Review

Post by njherdfan » Thu Apr 18, 2019 10:15 am

What a difference a few weeks can! After a few major promotions, the Seattle Storm, who were last seen sloggling through a very mediocre season with a roughly even run differential, have started to look like a totally different squad, and they're now outscoring their opponents by 25 runs on the season. In their most recent stretch, Seattle went 4-2 and outscored their opponents by 10 runs. Let's take a look at some of the best and worst performances from the sim.

Top Performers: On offense Seattle was led by Lionnel Crepin who, in 6 games, mashed to the tune of a 1.308 OPS, while adding 4 home runs. Crepin has quietly been having yet another very effective season, with an OPS of .978. John Hickman and Lloyd Braun were both excellent as well, as both posted an OPS over 1.000. Braun, who is in the last season of his contract, has been the subject of speculation as Seattle fans wonder whether this is his last year with the club. On the mound, Axel Angwin was perfect in his 3 save opportunites, and he did not allow an earned run.

Worst Performers: At the plate Michael Durham struggled, as he posted an OPS of only .457 in his 17 at-bats. On the mound, Ken Walter struccled in his one start, as he gave up 9 hits and 6 earned runs. Seattle fans don't seem too concerned about Walter, though, as he has been continuously excellent.
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Re: Chasing The Storm 2038-5: Sim 11 Review

Post by recte44 » Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:11 am

You proved me wrong on Braun, he's still a 3-4 WAR player. Good call on your part.
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