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2018 Award Winner voting breakdown

CATCHER
Barnhart (Houston) 22
Realmuto (Boston) 13
Grandal (Colorado) 12
Molina (Baltmore) 10
Pina (Milwaukee) 6
Flowers (Washington) 5
Posey (LA) 3
Contreras (Toronto) 1
1B
Votto (Colorado) 36
Goldschmidt (Seattle) 22
Zimmerman (Houston) 11
Hosmer (NY) 1
C. Santana (Boston) 1
Rizzo (Milwaukee) 1
2B
Murphy (Boston) 35
Altuve (LA) 22
Bregman (Baltimore) 8
Kendrick (Milwaukee) 4
J. Ramirez (Toronto) 3
SS
Seager (Colorado) 22
Difo (Houston) 20
K. Marte (Milwaukee) 10
DeJong (Toronto) 10
Correa (NY) 5
Lindor (Washington) 4
A. Simmons (Pittsburgh) 1
3B
Rendon (Baltimore) 33
Gennett (Colorado) 19
J. Turner (SF) 6
Arenado (Washington) 6
Shaw (LA) 4
Suarez (Boston) 3
Headley (Toronto) 1
OF
Stanton (Colorado) 78
Ozuna (Toronto) 66
Harper (Houston) 64
Dickerson (LA) 51
Upton (Boston) 32
Trout (Pittsburgh) 27
Yelich (Houston) 24
Inciarte (Houston) 15
Judge (Colorado) 15
Cain (Washington) 14
Betts (Seattle) 13
K. Bryant (LA) 11
Pollock (Milwaukee) 9
Pham (Boston) 7
D. Peralta (Milwaukee) 3
Bellinger (SF) 2
Taylor (Baltimore) 1
ROLAIDS RELIEF
Jansen (Baltimore) 35
Doolittle (Colorado) 16
C. Green (Milwaukee) 11
Kimbrel (Seattle) 7
Rivero (Houston) 3
CY YOUNG
Scherzer (Houston) 50
Greinke (Colorado) 36
Strasburg (Houston) 22
deGrom (Colorado) 16
Sale (Houston) 5
Jansen (Baltimore) 3
C. Green (Milwaukee) 1
MVP
Stanton (Colorado) 86
Murphy (Boston) 67
Votto (Colorado) 46
Harper (Houston) 46
Goldschmidt (Seattle) 39
Ozuna (Toronto) 37
Altuve (LA) 36
Zimmerman (Houston) 21
Scherzer (Houston) 21
Rendon (Baltimore) 18
Greinke (Colorado) 12
Bregman (Baltimore) 11
Dickerson (LA) 8
Betts (Seattle) 6
Upton (Boston) 5
Trout (Pittsburgh) 5
Corey Seager (Colorado) 4
K. Bryant (LA) 1
Strasburg (Houston) 1
Jansen (Baltimore) 1
C. Green (Milwaukee) 1

DCL 2017 Award Winners (all votes)

CATCHER
Molina (Baltimore) 30 – unanimous choice
Lucroy (Pittsburgh) 18
S. Perez (Washington) 3
Posey (LA) 2
Realmuto (Cinci)1
1B
 
S. Rodriguez (KC) 28
Votto (Colorado) 9
Freeman (Pittsburgh) 7
Rizzo (Milwaukee) 6
Belt (Baltimore) 3
Murphy (Cincinnati) 1
2B
 
Lemahieu (Seattle) 20
Forsythe (Milwaukee) 17
Zobrist (Pittsburgh) 10
D. Gordon (New York) 7
SS
 
C. Seager (Colorado) 17
Villar (Milwaukee) 16
A. Russell (KC) 11
A. Diaz (New York) 9
B. Crawford (Baltimore) 1
3B
 
Nolan Arenado 30 (Washington) – unanimous choice
K. Seager (Seattle) 8
Bryant (LA) 6
E. Nunez (Cincinnati) 6
Machado (New York) 4
OF
Trout 60 (Pittsburgh)
Pence 54 (Colorado)
Harper 40 (Houston)
C. Gonzalez 38 (Milwaukee)
Kemp 33 (Houston)
Suzuki 23 (Milwaukee)
Blackmon 18 (Washington)
Fowler 17 (Kansas City)
Cespedes 17 (Kansas City)
Yelich 13 (Houston)
Pederson 6 (Colorado)
Braun 2 (Cincinnati)
B. Hamilton 1 (Toronto)
Inciarte 1 (Pittsburgh)
Eaton 1 (Cincinnati)
ROLAIDS BEST RELIEF PITCHER
 
Oh  (Milwaukee) 24
Chapman (Colorado) 15
J. Johnson (Pittsburgh) 13
Rondon (Colorado) 2
CY YOUNG
 
Julio Teheran 35 (Toronto)
Sale 21 (Houston)
Hendricks 10 (Kansas City)
Maeda 9 (LA)
Lester 8 (Cincinnati)
Arrieta 7 (Kansas City)
Koehler 6 (Milwaukee)
J. Johnson 3 (Pittsburgh)
Scherzer 2 (Houston)
Chatwood 1 (Milwaukee)
DCL MVP
 
Arenado 84 (Washington) unanimous choice
S. Rodriguez 47 (Kansas City)
Molina 40 (Baltimore)
Trout 39 (Pittsburgh)
Kemp 19 (Houston)
Lucroy 18 (Pittsburgh)
Pence 18 (Colorado)
Votto 17 (Colorado)
Lemahieu 12 (Seattle)
C. Gonzalez 9 (Milwaukee)
Freeman 9 (Pittsburgh)
Teheran 7 (Toronto)
Cespedes 5 (Kansas City)
Rizzo 4 (Milwaukee)
D. Murphy 4 (Cincinnati)
Villar 4 (Milwaukee)
Harper 3 (Houston)
E. Nunez 3 (Cincinnati)
Sale 3 (Houston)
A. Diaz 3 (New York)
Zobrist 2 (Pittsburgh)
Belt 1 (Baltimore)
Arrieta 1 (Kansas City)
C. Seager 1 (Colorado)
Forsythe 1 (Milwaukee)
Arenado the only player in league history to be voted in as the best player at his position for three years straight.  He is the third different MVP and the third consecutive MVP to be honored with the award in unanimous fashion.

2018 RELIEF PITCHING INNING LIMITS

Guys, the following lists the relief pitching limits for each team.  If you don’t see a pitcher listed he is not limited in any way.  Remember, these are only for relief pitching innings.  For a starting pitcher that can relieve his innings pitched while starting does not count toward this listed relief pitching limit.
Baltimore Black Cats
Brent Suter – 50.2
Antonio Senzatela – 77.1
Kenley Jansen – 44
Brandon Kintzler – 45.2
Carl Edwards Jr. – 43
Brian Duensing – 41
Ross Stripling – 47
Jorge De La Rosa – 35.2
Cory Gearrin – 44
Colorado Captains
Brandon McCarthy – 56.1
Sean Doolittle – 35.2
Tommy Hunter – 39.1
Chris Rusin – 52.1
Pat Neshek – 41
Kirby Yates – 38.1
Patrick Corbin – 104.2
David Hernandez – 37.1
Seth Lugo – 60.2
Jason Motte – 30.1
Seattle Corvettes
Craig Kimbrel – 44.1
Ken Giles – 41.1
Raisel Iglesias – 48
Corey Knebel – 48
Peter Moylan – 39.2
Wei-Yin Chen – 26.1
Jose Torres – 44
Kyle Crick – 26
Houston Generals
Felipe Rivero – 47.2
Ryan Madson – 39.1
Brad Boxberger – 24.2
Luis Garcia – 45.2
Randall Delgado – 41.1
Junichi Tazawa – 37.2
Toronto Monarchs
Hector Neris – 47.1
Steve Cishek – 32.1
Brett Cecil – 43.2
Brandon Morrow – 31.2
Jared Hughes – 39.2
Washington Express
Wade Davis – 39.1
Pedro Strop – 40
Matt Bowman – 39.1
Domonic Leone – 45
Sam Tuivailala – 31
Oliver Perez – 26.1
Boston Colonials
Mike Montgomery – 75.1
Joe Musgrove – 64.2
Archie Bradley – 46.1
Bryan Shaw – 48.1
Fernando Abad – 31.2
Paul Sewald – 42.2
George Kontos – 43
Jeff Hoffman – 59.2
New York Dead Rabbits
Luke Weaver – 40
John Brebbia – 35.2
Tyler Lyons – 37
Jacob Barnes – 46
Kyle Barraclough – 43
Adam Morgan – 37.1
Phil Maton – 31.1
Silvino Bracho – 20.1
Los Angeles Quakes
Kenta Maeda – 77
Mark Leiter – 55.1
Brad Hand – 49.2
Jose Ramirez – 41
Craig Stammen – 50
Tony Cingrani – 31.1
Fernando Salas – 39.1
Sam Dyson – 37.1
Pittsburgh Coyotes
Tanner Roark – 100.2
Josh Fields – 38.1
Justin Wilson – 39
Hunter Strickland – 40.2
Bud Norris – 41
Josh Hader – 33.2
Albert Suarez – 25.2
Milwaukee Ignitors
Alex Wood – 86
Jose Urena – 94.2
Chad Green – 44.1
Arodys Vizcaino – 38.2
Anthony Swarzak – 48.2
Jarlin Garcia – 36.2
Joaquin Benoit – 35
Wandy Peralta – 42.1
Jackson Stephens – 22.1
San Francisco Post
Zack Godley – 87.1
Trevor Williams – 85
Matt Albers – 40.1
Sam Freeman – 40
Pedro Baez – 42
Jake McGee – 38.2
Chase Whitley – 38.2
Scott Alexander – 44.1
Dovydas Neverauskas 22.2
Koda Glover – 19.2

2018 DRAFT ORDERS

The draft order for the 2018 – 15 round draft which will begin on Saturday, March 17th 2018 is as follows.

1. New York Dead Rabbits

2. Seattle Corvettes

3. Toronto Monarchs

4. Boston Colonials

5. Washington Express

6. Los Angeles Quakes

7. Pittsburgh Coyotes

8. Colorado Captains

9. Milwaukee Ignitors

10. San Francisco Post

11. Houston Generals

12. Baltimore Black Cats

 

The draft order for the 2018 – 1 round Franchise Player Draft which will occur on Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 is as follows.

*Any team keeping their current Franchise Player will not be making a selection*  March 1st, 2018 is the date this decision needs to be made for each team.

1. New York Dead Rabbits

2. Boston Colonials

3. Seattle Corvettes

4. Washington Express

5. Toronto Monarchs

6. San Francisco Post

7. Pittsburgh Coyotes

8. Houston Generals

9. Milwaukee Ignitors

10. Los Angeles Quakes

11. Baltimore Black Cats

12. Colorado Captains

 

The draft order for the 2018 – 2 round Prospect Draft which will begin at the conclusion of the 15 round regular phase of the draft which begins on Saturday, March 17th 2018.

*This is order is only for teams that graduate prospects or have their prospects leave the player pool.  If any team does not have an open spot they won’t be selecting*

1. New York Dead Rabbits

2. Boston Colonials

3. Seattle Corvettes

4. Washington Express

5. Toronto Monarchs

6. San Francisco Post

7. Pittsburgh Coyotes

8. Houston Generals

9. Milwaukee Ignitors

10. Los Angeles Quakes

11. Baltimore Black Cats

12. Colorado Captains

2018 DCL Off-Season Schedule

Sunday 10/1/17  – Trading open

Thursday 3/1/18 – Decisions Due.  Keep or release Franchise Player.  Keep or release Non-Graduated Prospect who has been on team for three full years and is still in the player pool.

Saturday 3/3/18 – Franchise Player Draft.

Monday 3/12/18 – Player Pool for the 2018 Season is set.

Tuesday 3/13/18 – 20 Protected Players for each team is due.

Saturday 3/17/18 – Draft Experience begins. 15 round draft and prospect phase.

Tuesday 3/27/18 – Draft Experience to be completed by this day.

Wednesday 3/28/18 – Sign up for the 6 month dynasty league baseball online game.  Our league will be set up for you to claim your team.

 Wednesday 3/28/18 – Last day to place the “no trade clause” on a player for the 2018 season.

Wednesday 3/28/18 – Trading closes for the 2018 season.

Thursday 3/29/18 – DCL opening day.  This matches MLB opening day.  The schedule to play the games will be set Saturday – Friday.  But, games can be played early – allowing for DCL games to be played on the same day MLB begins their season.

 

 

 

 

DCL Relief Inning Limits 2017

COLORADO
Aroldis Chapman – 39
Hector Rondon – 35.1
Brandon Maurer – 44.2
A.J. Schugel – 36
Pat Neshek – 33.1
Chris Rusin – 52
Seth Lugo – 42
Brian Ellington – 26.1
BALTIMORE
Ivan Nova – 91
Ross Stripling – 60
Rubby de la Rosa – 35.1
Kenley Jansen – 44.1
Carl Edwards Jr. – 28
Cory Gearrin – 34
Jordan Zimmermann – 62.2
Fernando Rodriguez – 30.1
SEATTLE
Bartolo Colon – 105.2
Craig Kimbrel – 36.1
Ken Giles – 42.2
Raisel Iglesias – 49
David Phelps – 53.1
Will Smith – 30
Ian Krol – 35.1
Robert Gsellman – 32.1
HOUSTON
Fernando Rodney – 42.2
Felipe Rivero – 48.1
Koji Uehara – 33.1
Adam Ottavino – 23.1
Jerry Blevins – 31
Rob Scahill – 27.1
Albert Suarez – 52
TORONTO
Clay Buchholz – 79.2
Jeurys Familia – 48.2
Shawn Kelley – 39
Hector Neris – 50
Sammy Solis – 30.1
Neftali Feliz – 36.2
Sergio Romo – 25.1
Jared Hughes – 39.2
Brett Cecil – 28.1
Daniel Hudson – 40
MILWAUKEE
Noah Syndergaard – 101.2
Alex Wood – 40
A.J. Ramos – 42
Seung Hwan Oh – 49.2
Ryan Buchter – 41.1
Justin Grimm – 36.1
Joaquin Benoit – 34
L.A.
Pedro Strop – 33.2
Joe Blanton – 50
Brad Hand – 54.2
Jonathan Broxton – 40.1
Matt Bowman – 43.2
Fernando Salas – 46.2
Luis Avilan – 19.2
WASHINGTON
Addison Reed – 48.2
Carlos Torres – 51
Wade Davis – 31.2
Derek Law 37.1
Trevor Rosenthal – 30
Michael Lorenzen – 35
Adam Liberatore – 31.1
PITTSBURGH
Tanner Roark – 115
Tony Watson – 43.2
Jim Johnson – 42.1
Hunter Strickland – 40.1
Zach Duke – 40.1
Jhan Marinez – 41
Scott Feldman – 48.1
Wade LeBlanc – 41
NEW YORK
Dan Straily – 105.2
Kyle Barraclough – 46.1
Nick Wittgren – 35.2
Jake Barrett – 39.2
Tyler Lyons – 34
Kevin Quackenbush – 39.2
Jacob Barnes – 23.1
Severino Gonzalez – 27.2
KANSAS CITY
Kyle Hendricks – 105
R.A. Dickey – 94.2
Mark Melancon – 45.2
Dellin Betances – 46.1
Trevor Cahill – 42.2
Kevin Siegrist – 40.2
Pedro Baez – 47
Alex Reyes – 33
Grant Dayton – 23
Tyler Cravy – 24
CINCINNATI
Brad Ziegler – 44
George Kontos – 36.2
Mike Montgomery – 60
Blake Treinen – 43.1
Mauricio Cabrera – 29
Dustin McGowan – 43.1
Mike Dunn – 31
Matt Wisler – 88.1
Chaz Roe – 24.2

Minor League Free Agent list for the 2017 Season

The Minor League Free Agent List for the 2017 season is finalized.
We all did a great job of protecting our teams fairly with the way we drafted.  Well done guys.  In the event crazy injuries at a certain position occur this is the list of players on the street that will be available in that situation.  This players are available on a “last resort” scenario and cannot be protected at the conclusion of the season. The goal is that these players are never used this year.
C – Max Stassi – had to go outside of the player pool to get a catcher on this list.  A worst case scenario type that can play the position.
CF/LF/RF  Rafael Ortega
1B/2B/3B  Jordan Pacheco
SS/2B/LF/1B Emmanuel Burriss
SP Jorge De La Rosa
SP Aaron Blair
RP Kevin Jepsen
RP Michael Blazek

Congratulations to our Award Winners for the 2016 Season

CATCHER –  Buster Posey – LA Quakes
One of those players that is recognized by the simple use of his first name.  The unquestioned leader of the Quakes and one of the faces of the DCL, Posey, slashed .331 / .375 / .412 in route to earning this honor.  He earned 6 first place votes and 1 second place vote.
Posey 33 points
S. Perez 20 points
Pierzynski 6 points
Realmuto 2 points
Lucroy 1 points
Cervelli 1 points
FIRST BASE – Joey Votto – Colorado Captains
Votto played in every game for the Captains in 2016 and beat out a tough crop of competition to win this award.  The “Prince of Process” had his on-base skills rewarded by the voters – his slash line was an impressive .305 / .458 / .502 .  He earned 3 first place votes, a second place vote and a third.  He was left off of 2 ballots.
Votto 19 points
Abreu 18 points
Belt 12 points
Goldschmidt 6 points
Duda 3 points
Bour 3 points
Rizzo 2 points
SECOND BASE – Dee Gordon – New York Dead Rabbits
84 steals in the first two DCL seasons, a .348 average, and slick defense earned Gordon back to back awards as the best second baseman in the DCL.  He received 6 first place votes and 1 second place vote.
Gordon 33 points
D. Murphy 16 points
Panik 10 points
Lemahieu 3 points
B. Phillips 1 points
SHORTSTOP – Brandon Crawford – Baltimore Black Cats
Crawford was chosen on all six completed ballots as the best shortstop.  His outstanding defense and offensive performance was definitely one for the ages.  He slashed a ridiculous .345 / .422 / .645 .
Crawford 30 points
Tulowitzki 8 points
A. Simmons 7 points
Hechavarria 5 points
Aybar 4 points
THIRD BASE – Nolan Arenado – Washington Express
Nolan repeats as the best third baseman in the DCL thanks to the highlight reel defensive gems he makes seemingly on a nightly basis and his incredible run production as his 21 homers and 68 RBI prove.  The home run champ (tied with Harper) overall he slashed .302 / .353 / .604 .  He was first on six ballots and left off of one.
Arenado 30 points
M. Duffy 14 points
Machado 6 points
Spangenberg 5 points
Seager 4 points
Freese 3 points
K. Bryant 1 points
OUTFIELD (3 players earn the award)
#1 – Bryce Harper – Houston Generals
What can be said about someone who batted over .400 had an on base percentage over .500 and slugged over .700 other than timeless.  This was a once in a lifetime.  He led the league in homers, runs, walks, average, on base percentage, and slugging.  He was first on every ballot and his slash line was .412 / .525 / .736 .
#2 – Michael Brantley – Baltimore Black Cats
Brantley repeats as one of the top three outfielders for back to back seasons because of his consistent bat.  He led the league in hits and doubles and was second in average and second in runs scored.  He slashed ,362 / .409 / .537 .  Brantley was second on every ballot.
#3 – Carlos Gonzalez – Milwaukee Ignitors
Cargo’s all around excellence earned him the award despite only having 237 AB’s.  He dominated with the bat.  He slashed .329 / .419 / .679 .  His 20 bombs and .679 slugging percentage were second best in the league.
Harper – 66 points
M. Brantley 60 points
C. Gonzalez 46 points
Yelich 43 points
Parra 40 points
Pollock 21 points
Trout 10 points
Granderson 8 points
McCutchen 6 points
B. Hamilton 6 points
Zobrist 6 points
Blackmon 5 points
Marte 5 points
Braun 1 points
Dietrich 1 points
ROLAIDS RELIEF – Pedro Strop – LA Quakes
Strop earned the award thanks to his league leading 20 saves and solid 2.93 ERA.  He earned 3 first place votes and 2 second place votes.  He was left off of two ballots.
Strop – 21 points
Rondon 14 points
K. Jansen 10 points
A.J. Ramos 7 points
Melancon 3 points
Betances 3 points
Rosenthal 2 points
Familia 1 points
Chapman 1 points
Ziegler 1 points
MVP – Bryce Harper – Houston Generals
This was a season where there were a couple players that had historic performances.  No one though could match Bryce Harper’s performance.  For the second consecutive season the MVP vote was unanimous.
Harper – 98 points
B. Crawford 54 points
Arenado 54 points
Brantley 53 points
C. Gonzalez 32 points
Gordon 22 points
Parra 17 points
Votto 16 points
Kershaw 14 points
Yelich 12 points
Posey 12 points
Scherzer 10 points
J. Abreu 10 points
Belt 2 points
D. Murphy 2 points
M. Duffy 2 points
Gray 1 points
K. Jansen 1 points
A.J. Pollock 1 points
CY YOUNG AWARD –
Max Scherzer – Houston Generals and Clayton Kershaw – Washington Express
We follow the MLB rules for Cy Young voting.  From the number of players we place on a ballot and the scoring for those corresponding votes.  We also follow what occurs in the event of tie.  In this case the award will be shared as Max and Clayton ended with the same number of points.  They each ended with 3 first place votes, 2 second place votes, 1 third place vote, and 1 fourth place vote.
Scherzer and Kershaw were simply horses completing 17 starts between the two of them.  They both went 10-6 – 10 wins led the league and they were 1st and 3rd in strikeouts.  These two stars were a major reason the Express and Generals won their divisions.
Scherzer 34 points
Kershaw 34 points
Greinke 23 points
Gray 11 points
Bumgarner 10 points
Hammel 3 points
Strasburg 2 points
Sale – 1 points
Leake – 1 pionts

DCL – Relief Pitchers available innings (regular season)

These are the inning limits for our relievers during the 80 game 2016 DCL regular season.  There are no limits in term of innings pitched for the relievers during the playoffs.
Baltimore Black Cats
Kenley Jansen = 36
Carter Capps = 25.1
Javier Lopez = 29.2
Jonathan Papelbon = 41.2
Casey Janssen = 30
Yusmeiro Petit = 48
Franklin Morales = 41
Zack Godley = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 28.1
Colorado Captains
Aroldis Chapman = 43
Hector Rondon = 45
Brandon Maurer = 35.1
Sean Gilmartin = 38.2
Yimi Garcia = 38.1
Oliver Perez = 30.1
Yohan Flande = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 44
Joe Blanton =  (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 48
Seattle Corvettes
Bartolo Colon =  (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 107.1
Josh Collmenter =  (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 70.1
Raisel Iglesias =  (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 57.2
Craig Kimbrel = 39.2
Ken Giles = 45
Will Smith = 41.2
Jake McGee = 28.2
Tyler Clippard = 45.1
Blaine Boyer = 42.1
Adam Conley = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 43.1
Mike Foltynewicz = unlimited
Cincinnati Skyline
Brad Ziegler = 44
George Kontos = 46.2
Elvis Araujo = unlimited
Chad Qualls = 34.2
Travis Wood = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 60.1
Adam Wainwright = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 24
Burke Badenhop = unlimited
Matt Wisler = unlimited
Alexi Ogando = 42.2
Jarred Cosart = unlimited
Tyler Thornburg = 27
Washington Express
Trevor Rosenthal = 44.1
Carlos Martinez = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 99.2
Aaron Barrett = 24.2
Carlos Torres = 38.2
Randall Delgado = 46
Clayton Richard = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 31
Addison Reed = 38
Tony Cingrani = unlimited
Vincent Velasquez = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 37.2
Josh Osich = 24.1
Kansas City Kryptonite
Mark Melancon = 48.1
Dellin Betances = 52
Santiago Casilla = 39
Kevin Siegrist = 47.1
Carlos Villanueva = 40.1
Pedro Baez = 35.1
Corey Knebel = 35
Jeanmar Gomez = 47.1
Houston Generals
Adam Warren = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 75.2
Mike Dunn = unlimited
Felipe Rivero = 34
Daniel Hudson = 43.2
Hansel Robles = 37
Jason Grilli = 26.2
Fernando Rodney = 41.1
Bud Norris = unlimited
Milwaukee Ignitors
Joe Ross = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 48.1
Tom Koehler = unlimited
A.J. Ramos = 45
Justin Grimm = 34.2
Antonio Bastardo = 38.2
Arodys Vizcaino = 26.2
Jason Motte = 34
Zac Rosscup = unlimited
Williams Perez = unlimited
Matt Garza = unlimited
New York Dead Rabbits
Drew Storen = 37.1
Erik Goeddel = 26.2
Kevin Quackenbush = 39
Jumbo Diaz = 40
J.P. Howell = unlimited
Jean Machi = unlimited
Brooks Brown = unlimited
Adam Liberatore = 24.2
Edwin Jackson = 37.2
Carlos Frias = unlimited
Miguel Socolovich = 24.2
Justin Miller = 26.2
Tyler Lyons = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 40
Kyle Barraclough = 22
Toronto Monarchs
Jeurys Familia = 49
Jared Hughes = 43.1
Matt Thornton = 30.2
Alex Torres = unlimited
Sergio Romo = 38.2
Shawn Kelley = 35.2
Arquimedes Caminero = 47.1
Trevor Gott = 33.2
Jon Niese = unlimited
Neftali Feliz = unlimited
Juan Nicasio = 39
Pittsburgh Coyotes
Chris Rusin = unlimited
Hunter Strickland = 35.2
Tony Watson = 47.2
J.J. Hoover = 42
Andrew Chafin = 47.1
Manny Parra = 26
Chris Hatcher = 29.1
Blake Treinen = 43.2
Tanner Roark = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 65.1
Ryan Vogelsong = unlimited
David Hernandez = 26.2
Brandon Finnegan = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 34
L.A. Quakes
Pedro Strop = 44
Jeremy Jeffress = 44
Michael Blazek = 37.2
Brandon Gomes = 39.1
Jonathan Broxton = unlimited
Luis Avilan = 36.2
Drew Pomeranz = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 53
Logan Verrett = (no limits for starting pitching innings) relief innings = 33.2
Matt Cain = unlimited