Clint Barmes continues his stinker of a season, once again topping (bottoming?) Bias Free Sports’ weekly worst of the worst report for regular hitters in the American and National League. We have a new worst hitter in the American League, as Kurt Suzuki dethroned Erick Aybar from that glorious bottom spot. You can see all the ratings for American and National League hitters and pitchers by going to www.biasfreerankings.com/mlbplayerratings.htm.
The Texas Rangers continue their stranglehold on the top spot of the MLB computer rankings just released by Bias Free Sports. The team to make the biggest move in the rankings is the New York Mets, who moved up 4 spots this week to the 12th spot. To see all the ratings, go to http://www.biasfreerankings.com/mlb.htm.
Cole Hamels of the Phillies continues to lead all NL starting pitchers in the latest computer rankings from Bias Free Sports, although Gio Gonzalez continues to push him. Lance Lynn, who led for much of the beginning of the season, has now slipped to third, but still is posting strong numbers. For the complete list of NL and AL starting pitchers, go to www.biasfreerankings.com/mlbplayerratings.htm.
There’s a new number one hitter in the National League and it’s Ryan Braun, according to the latest computer rankings from Bias Free Sports. Braun is on a tear lately as Kemp is slowly dropping in the standings due to his injury. You can see the complete NL and AL hitter ratings by going to www.biasfreerankings.com/mlbplayerratings.htm.
The Texas Rangers continue their domination of all MLB teams, while the Los Angeles Dodgers are the top rated National League team in the latest computer rankings of MLB teams released by Bias Free Sports. While the Dodgers have a better overall Win-Loss record, it has been against the easiest overall schedule, while the Rangers are outscoring their opponents by 2 runs per game. You can see (it’s completely free!) the full list of teams by going to www.biasfreerankings.com/mlb.htm.
Here at Bias Free Sports, we’re always giving you the top hitters and pitchers in each league. Well, it’s time to congratulate the worst of the worst regular hitters. These aren’t guys that pinch-hit every once in awhile, or maybe fill-in on the starter’s day off. These are your everyday starters, the guys you like to pencil in as your number 8 hitter day after day because you don’t have anyone better to replace them with. So take a bow, Clint Barmes! You’re the worst everyday hitter in the National League!
And stand up and be recognized, Erick Aybar! You and Albert Pujols are part of the reasons the Angels are off to a dreadful start! You can see the entire list of better hitters by going to www.biasfreerankings.com/mlbplayerratings.htm!
The Philies’ Cole Hamels took over the top spot from Gio Gonzalez among National League pitchers in the latest computer rankings from Bias Free Sports. Hamels, Gonzalez and Lance Lynn are all back and forth in the competitive race among starting pitchers. You can see the complete list of NL and AL pitchers (free!) by going to www.biasfreerankings.com/mlbplayerratings.htm.