Factor 12 Leaders: Week 6

The Factor12 Rating (F12) is an analytic measurement utilizing league average performance to compare the value of all MLB pitchers on 60ft6in.com.

 

Justin Verlander

Justin Verlander (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(1) Justin Verlander regains the number one F12 Rating after pitching his latest masterpiece 7IP/ 2H/ 1ER/ 1BB/ 8K against the Oakland Athletics.  The 2011 American League Cy Young Award winner holds a 31.009 Factor12 Rating.

 

(2) Gio Gonzalez has dominated opposing hitters in his last seven outings.  The left-hander has pitched 45 IP/ 22H/ 8ER/ 16BB/ 54K.  Gonzalez currently trails the F12 top position by only .06 points.

 

(3) Brandon Beachy vaults into the number three spot after pitching his first career complete game shutout against the Miami Marlins on Wednesday night.  The Atlanta Braves right-hander has posted an MLB best 1.33 ERA.

 

(4) Zack Greinke has regained his 2009 AL Cy Young form after his first eight starts.  The right-hander makes his first appearance on the Top 5 F12 ranking.

 

(5) Ryan Dempster is a perfect example of why pitching win totals are overrated.  The veteran right-hander is winless this season despite compiling a 1.74 ERA and 0.97 WHIP after six starts.

 

 

PITCHERS

AGE

IP

F12

F12%

1

SP Justin Verlander

29

58.33

31.009

0.255

2

SP Gio Gonzalez*

26

48.67

30.949

0.253

3

SP Brandon Beachy

25

54.00

30.865

0.250

4

SP Zack Greinke

28

50.00

30.550

0.240

5

SP Ryan Dempster

35

41.33

30.082

0.225

6

SP Jered Weaver

29

54.00

30.054

0.224

7

RP Aroldis Chapman*

24

20.33

30.024

0.223

8

RP Alexi Ogando

28

22.00

29.945

0.220

9

SP Matt Cain

27

57.33

29.880

0.218

10

SP Jake Peavy

31

57.67

29.837

0.217

11

SP Stephen Strasburg

23

48.00

29.808

0.216

12

SP Roy Halladay

35

64.33

29.688

0.212

                       ***The Factor12 Top 12 in 2012 through games on May 17th:

 

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