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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:03 am 
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Put up a Twitter Poll

With @DHallDbacks saying payroll will be "around" last 2 yrs, (2017 93M opening day, 105M ending) & projections for current roster @ 115M (including guaranteed, arb, & other) which #dbacks arb eligible player most likely to be traded to make salary room . Arb est. next to name

Pollock (8.5M)
Corbin (8.3M)
Lamb (4.7M)
Miller (4.9M)

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 1:02 pm 
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I see a fit with Arizona and Milwaukee. Corbin doesn't wow me, but he was effective in the second half last year and his salary is lower than going out to get a FA pitcher. Because of their overall outfiield depth Brewers are willing to listen on Domingo Santana, good, young, relatively cheap and controllable through 2021. Corbin doesn't get the deal done, but maybe Corbin and another top pitching prospect does (Miller? Banda returning to Milwaukee organization?). Of course if Milwaukee makes Santana available another team could pony up a better pitcher/package.


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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 1:54 pm 
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1 year of Corbin and Banda for the pre arb Santana Coming off 73 walks, 30 homer season at age 24 ?

Sure sign me up, but whats the catch ?

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 4:06 pm 
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Like I said, if the Brewers make Santana available they're going to get offers that far outstrip what AZ can match.

I'd do Santana for Ray straight up.


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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:13 pm 
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On the surface, I'd say Ray is off the table. Assuming no health or extreme regression concerns. Ray is the second Ace in the rotation that pushes the team over the top for playoff contention, and would be much more difficult to replace. Greinke/Ray could be up there with the Webb/Haren and RJ/CSchill combos, which the dbax have had decent success with.

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 9:50 am 
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Depends on your definition of "up there". Nobody is going to approach RJ and Schilling 01-02, but Greinke and Ray already pretty much matched what Webb and Haren did in 2008. Would love to see a repeat.

Your comment spurred a little project here. I pulled up the following report

For Single Seasons, Playing for the ARI, From 1901 to 2017, (requiring WAR>=1.5 and At least 80% games started), sorted by most recent date


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Using that report, I paired the best 1-2 punches for each season, and then broke them out into Tiers. The gap between Tier 1 and Tiers 2 & 3 is unlikely to ever be bridged. Starting pitchers just don't put up those kind of innings anymore to accumulate that much WAR, let alone that many innings with that kind of dominant quality.

A little surprising to see 2011 rank at the bottom,, but it is what it is.

Combined Pitcher WAR

Tier 1
RJ and Schilling 2001= 18.8
RJ and Schilling 2002= 19.6

Tier 2

RJ and Daal 1999 = 13.9

Tier 3
RJ and Anderson 2000 = 12.2
Schilling and Webb 2003 = 12.2
Webb and Haren 2008 = 11.9
RJ and Webb 2004 = 11.7
Greinke and Ray 2017 = 11.0

Tier 4
Web and Batista 2006 = 9.3
Haren and Davis 2009 = 8.9
Webb and Owings 2007= 8.0

Tier 5
Daal and Benes 1998 = 7.3
Webb and Vasquez 2005 = 7.1
IPK and Hudson 2010 = 6.7
IPK and Saunders 2011 = 6.3 (Or Paired with Hudson 1.5 WAR, same total but due to round doesn't show up on the list as he was under 1.5 technically)

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
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"Up there",,, obviously not literally matching the RJ/Schill stats, but up there in terms of being a duo of Aces anchoring the front-end of rotation during period of contention.

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:11 am 
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I wouldn't consider RJ and ODahl/BAnderson as a "duo" of Aces. Maybe a minimum WAR achieved by each to be considered as top duos?

If the Greinke/Ray duo could be in vicinity of 2008 Webb/Haren for a few seasons, that would be fantastic.

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
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dirtygary wrote:
I wouldn't consider RJ and ODahl/BAnderson as a "duo" of Aces. Maybe a minimum WAR achieved by each to be considered as top duos?

If the Greinke/Ray duo could be in vicinity of 2008 Webb/Haren for a few seasons, that would be fantastic.


Well I did put the minimum at 1.5 WAR and Anderson had 4.1 WAR that year along with RJ 8.1.

You could narrow down definition as much as u like though just refer to the report and make ur own list

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:18 pm 
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The Arizona #Dbacks, who have Patrick Corbin on the trade block, have reached a one-Year deal for $7.5 million in his final season before free agency

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:36 am 
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shoewizard wrote:
I was just coming here to post these as well. The MLB Trade Rumors estimates total about 12M more than what I had. There are 7-8 players within just a couple hundred thousand of my estimates, but there are 4 guys they estimate 2-3M or more higher than I did.

If Trade rumors is correct and Arb costs are 52M instead of 40M, then D Backs are REALLY screwed. They would be almost up to 120M without resigning Descalso or Iannetta, let alone JD Martinez.

Don't forget to use right scroll bar. Ranked by biggest difference in the estimates.

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Player       Shoe    TR   TR-Shoe
Lamb         1.80   4.70   2.90
Ray          1.80   4.20   2.40
Corbin       6.00   8.30   2.30
Peralta      1.75   3.80   2.05
Walker       3.50   5.00   1.50
Owings       3.30   4.03   0.73
Delgado      2.30   2.50   0.20
Chaffin      1.00   1.20   0.20
Hoover       1.50   1.60   0.10
McFarland    0.90   1.00   0.10
Miller       4.90   4.90   0.00
Herrmmann    1.50   1.40   -0.10
Pollock      8.75   8.50   -0.25
Ahmed        1.50   1.10   -0.40
            40.50   52.23   11.73


So Corbin settled 7.5, which is lower than what TR had but higher than what I had. TR still closer though.

On Delgado I had 2.3 and he got 2.25, TR had predicted 2.5. Minor win for shoe ;)

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
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shoewizard wrote:
Minor win for shoe ;)


Take 'em where you can get 'em. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 11:32 pm 
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D-backs reach 1-year deals with 10 players to avoid arbitration

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:37 pm 
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So with all the arb signings except Shelby's coming in , and all but Ahmeds comings in under MLB trade rumors estimates, we have more clarify as to where we stand on payroll. But still lots of questions to be answered.

Please click through to this comment at AZ Snakepit, and also follow the links there to BB Ref and Roster Resource payroll info. You can also scroll up in that thread to see how that debate evolved, but the important part is the comment I linked.

Next 3-4 weeks are going to be quite interesting.

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 Post subject: Re: 2018 Payroll
 Post Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:53 am 
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shoewizard wrote:
So with all the arb signings except Shelby's coming in , and all but Ahmeds comings in under MLB trade rumors estimates, we have more clarify as to where we stand on payroll. But still lots of questions to be answered.

Please click through to this comment at AZ Snakepit, and also follow the links there to BB Ref and Roster Resource payroll info. You can also scroll up in that thread to see how that debate evolved, but the important part is the comment I linked.

Next 3-4 weeks are going to be quite interesting.


BR has the Diamondbacks listed at $116.5M right now. That includes Miller's projected $4.9M number from MLBTR. If they're going for an opening day payroll of $120M there isn't much left in the budget to make additions.

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