Top 100 SP for a 60-Game Season

Here they are!

I’ll have a whole column of notes on different guys on Monday. I just wanted to get the ranks out and we can start discussing them in the comments. This 60-game season is going to be so wild!


Previous list for comparison, though comparing a full season list to a 60-game one is tough.

Top 100 SP for 60-gm Season
1 Jacob deGrom NYM
2 Max Scherzer WAS
3 Justin Verlander HOU
4 Gerrit Cole NYY
5 Walker Buehler LAD
6 Stephen Strasburg WAS
7 Mike Clevinger CLE
8 Patrick Corbin WAS
9 Shane Bieber CLE
10 Clayton Kershaw LAD
11 Blake Snell TB
12 Luis Castillo CIN
13 Jack Flaherty STL
14 Lucas Giolito CWS
15 Charlie Morton TB
16 Yu Darvish CHC
17 Zack Greinke HOU
18 Frankie Montas OAK
19 Chris Paddack SD
20 Tyler Glasnow TB
21 James Paxton NYY
22 Aaron Nola PHI
23 Sonny Gray CIN
24 José Berríos MIN
25 Corey Kluber TEX
26 Brandon Woodruff MIL
27 Max Fried ATL
28 Lance Lynn TEX
29 Hyun-Jin Ryu 류현진 TOR
30 Shohei Ohtani LAA
31 Kyle Hendricks CHC
32 Mike Soroka ATL
33 Jake Odorizzi MIN
34 Kenta Maeda MIN
35 Julio Urías LAD
36 Zack Wheeler PHI
37 Joe Musgrove PIT
38 Trevor Bauer CIN
39 Carlos Martinez STL
40 David Price LAD
41 Luke Weaver ARI
42 Zac Gallen ARI
43 Jesús Luzardo OAK
44 Matthew Boyd DET
45 Madison Bumgarner ARI
46 Mike Minor TEX
47 Mike Foltynewicz ATL
48 Eduardo Rodriguez BOS
49 Robbie Ray ARI
50 Dinelson Lamet SD
51 Lance McCullers Jr. HOU
52 German Márquez COL
53 Aaron Civale CLE
54 Jon Gray COL
55 Mitch Keller PIT
56 Jose Urquidy HOU
57 Masahiro Tanaka NYY
58 Sean Manaea OAK
59 Carlos Carrasco CLE
60 Andrew Heaney LAA
61 Dylan Bundy LAA
62 Sandy Alcantara MIA
63 Marcus Stroman NYM
64 Rich Hill MIN
65 Homer Bailey MIN
66 Yonny Chirinos TB
67 Ryan Yarbrough TB
68 Caleb Smith MIA
69 Kyle Gibson TEX
70 Jordan Lyles TEX
71 Dylan Cease CWS
72 Steven Matz NYM
73 Adrian Houser MIL
74 Cole Hamels ATL
75 Pablo López MIA
76 Jeff Samardzija SF
77 Joey Lucchesi SD
78 Josh Lindblom 린드블럼 MIL
79 Josh James HOU
80 Spencer Turnbull DET
81 Garrett Richards SD
82 Michael Kopech CWS
83 Wade Miley CIN
84 Reynaldo López CWS
85 A.J. Puk OAK
86 Nathan Eovaldi BOS
87 Marco Gonzales SEA
88 Anthony DeSclafani CIN
89 Julio Teheran LAA
90 Daniel Norris DET
91 Jordan Montgomery NYY
92 Miles Mikolas STL
93 John Means BAL
94 Anibal Sanchez WAS
95 Johnny Cueto SF
96 Matt Shoemaker TOR
97 Griffin Canning LAA
98 Zach Plesac CLE
99 Jose Quintana CHC
100 Zach Eflin PHI

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Darren McLeodmember
3 years ago

Great list! A couple questions:

1) Projections systems are generally pretty down on Civale, and he had a rough SIERA/xFIP last year, despite posting good numbers. Any reason why you have ranked him substantially higher than the projection systems?

2) I notice Brendan McKay’s not on the list — is this mostly because of the playing time risk, or do you just not see him performing well this year?

3 years ago
Reply to  Paul Sporer

Totally agree on Civale. I reached for him in a Dynasty, and can sleep well at night. I see Bieber too. I’m liking Boyd more than you do. 40’s seem to be his neighborhood. If he cuts the HRs and continues with the K’s we could be looking breakout big time. He gets the chance to pitch v Central teams, ditto Civale, which doesn’t hurt.