Chasing The Storm 2043-2 Sims 1-4 Review

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Chasing The Storm 2043-2 Sims 1-4 Review

Post by njherdfan » Mon Jun 22, 2020 2:32 pm

Through 24 games, the 2043 edition of the Seattle Storm have a record of 10-14 and have a run differential of -9. That's certainly not great, but there have also been some reasons for optimism. Let's take a look at who Seattle's best and worst performers on the young season have been.

TOP PERFORMERS: So far in this young season, the brightest spot has likely been Alexander Julyan. Julyan, who has been one of Seattle's top prospects for what seems like forever, finally appears to have taken the next step in his development. He currently has an OPS of .900 while shifting between center and right field. Because Julyan has been in Seattle's system for so long, it's easy to forget that he's only 23 years old, and that there is still quite a bit to look forward to for his career. Ernesto Alfonso has also been fantastic, with an OPS of .845, along with 7 stolen bases. On the mound, San-pao Shang has also been fantastic, as his 2.56 ERA and 2.31 FIP have made him Seattle's best pitcher so far this season.

WORST PERFORMERS: The most disappointing member of Seattle's lineup has been Francisco Salazar, whose .496 OPS can only be described as horrific. On the mound, both Juan Rubio and Jarred Perkins have gotten off to slow starts, and have blown several late leads. If the bullpen can improve, Seattle fans might have some reason for optimism, but it appears that we'll need to wait for a while to find out if that's the case.
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