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Monday Rockpile: Projecting pitchers, Bill James-style

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Not much news on the Rockies out there. If you're an Indians fan, you can discuss hiring Manny Acta as manager. Or if you're a Cardinals fan, there's a rumor going around that Mark McGwire will be the new hitting coach for the team. Seems it isn't a rumor anymore. That's ripe for discussion. But still no news on the Rockies. Instead, I give you the Bill James' 2010 projections for Colorado Rockies pitchers from 2009:

 

G GS IP H HR BB SO HB W L Sv ERA
Joe Beimel 72 0 51 53 3 21 30 1 3 2 0 3.88
Rafael Betancourt 70 0 60 51 6 16 60 0 5 2 2 2.70
Taylor Buchholz 26 0 31 31 4 9 22 1 2 1 0 3.77
Aaron Cook 28 28 164 186 14 47 69 5 9 9 0 4.34
Manny Corpas 65 0 67 68 5 16 49 2 5 3 4 3.49
Matt Daley 68 0 58 54 7 20 53 2 4 3 0 3.57
Jorge De La Rosa 33 33 194 200 22 94 174 9 10 11 0 4.73
Alan Embree 60 0 45 45 5 15 37 1 3 2 0 3.80
Jeff Francis 26 26 157 171 19 52 109 7 9 9 0 4.59
Jason Hammel 32 32 182 200 20 63 144 8 10 10 0 4.55
Ubaldo Jimenez 33 33 210 195 17 102 182 11 13 10 0 3.94
Jason Marquis 32 32 202 209 22 77 110 9 12 11 0 4.37
Franklin Morales 57 1 56 56 6 33 43 7 3 4 4 5.30
Huston Street 56 0 57 45 5 15 60 1 4 2 31 2.37

If you want to compare these projections to 2009's, go here. These ones are always fun to look at because after the season you can go back and laugh at how conservative they are.

Again, thank ACTA Sports for the sneak preview at these projections. If you want the entire set of projections and much more you can purchase the book here.