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Rays-White Sox lineups, rotations

RAYS

Projected lineup

No. Pos. Player Avg. HR RBI R

 1 2B Akinori Iwamura .274 6 48 91

 2 CF B.J. Upton .273 9 67 85

23 1B Carlos Pena .247 31 102 76

 3 3B Evan Longoria .272 27 85 67

13 LF Carl Crawford .273 8 57 69

15 DH Cliff Floyd .268 11 39 32

30 C Dioner Navarro .295 7 54 43

26 RF Gabe Gross .242 13 38 40

 8 SS Jason Bartlett .286 1 37 48

Reserves

No. Pos. Player Avg. HR RBI R

 5 DH Rocco Baldelli .263 4 13 12

16 3B Willy Aybar .253 10 33 33

18 SS Ben Zobrist .253 12 30 32

32 OF Eric Hinske .247 20 60 59

38 OF Fernando Perez .250 3 8 18

41 C Michel Hernandez .200 0 60 2

Projected rotation

No. Player W-L ERA K BB IP

33 RH, James Shields 14-8 3.56 160 40 215.0

19 LH, Scott Kazmir 12-8 3.49 166 70 152.1

22 RH, Matt Garza 11-9 3.70 128 59 184.2

21 RH, Andy Sonnanstine 13-9 4.38 124 37 193.1

Bullpen

No. Player W-L ERA K BB Sv

14 LH, David Price 0-0 1.93 12 4 0

35 RH, Dan Wheeler 5-6 3.12 53 53 13

39 LH, J.P. Howell 6-1 2.22 92 39 3

50 RH, Grant Balfour 6-2 1.54 82 24 4

53 RH, Chad Bradford 4-3 2.12 17 15 0

57 LH, Trever Miller 2-0 4.15 44 20 2

WHITE SOX

Projected lineup

No. Pos. Player Avg. HR RBI R

18 SS Orlando Cabrera .281 8 57 93

31 LF Dewayne Wise .248 6 18 20

23 RF Jermaine Dye .292 34 96 96

25 DH Jim Thome .245 34 90 93

14 1B Paul Konerko .240 22 62 59

17 CF Ken Griffey * .260 3 18 16

10 2B Alexei Ramirez .290 21 77 65

12 C A.J. Pierzynski .281 13 60 66

 5 3B Juan Uribe .247 7 40 38

Reserves

No. Pos. Player Avg. HR RBI R

 7 OF Jerry Owens .250 0 1 1

22 3B Josh Fields .156 0 2 3

30 OF Nick Swisher .219 24 69 86

32 OF Brian Anderson .232 8 26 24

44 C Toby Hall .260 2 7 7

Projected rotation

No. Player W-L ERA K BB IP

33 RH, Javier Vazquez 12-16 4.67 200 61 208.1

56 LH, Mark Buehrle 15-12 3.79 140 52 218.2

50 LH, John Danks 12-9 3.32 159 57 195.0

34 RH, Gavin Floyd17-8 3.84 145 70 206.1

Bullpen

No. Player W-L ERA K BB Sv

26 RH, Octavio Dotel 4-4 3.76 92 29 1

37 LH, Matt Thornton 5-3 2.67 77 19 1

45 RH, Bobby Jenks 3-1 2.63 38 17 30

53 RH, D.J. Carrasco 1-0 3.96 30 14 0

54 LH, Clayton Richard 2-5 6.04 29 13 0

61 RH, Adam Russell 4-0 5.19 22 10 0

71 RH, Scott Linebrink 2-2 3.69 40 9 1

Rays-White Sox lineups, rotations 10/01/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 2:25pm]
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