Oakland Athletics Starting Lineup 6/25/19 Athletics Lineup

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The Oakland A’s have a fun bunch, and are built with a lot of power. They will miss Jed Lowrie, but adding Jurickson Profar wasn’t a bad move. He gives them some middle of the lineup pop and speed. The big power bats are Matt Chapman, Matt Olson, and Khris Davis. Oakland added Robbie Grossman and Nick Hundley to serve as regulars, and while they are not household names, they should fit in nicely. Stephen Piscotty bounced back with a strong year in the power department, and adds to a pretty strong 2-6 lineup. At home this team struggled last season, but were a top five offense on the road. A lot has to do with the ballpark they play in. Keep note of that if you are playing fantasy. Otherwise this team should be fun to watch again.

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Starting Lineup

C. Bassitt , (R), SP
1. M. Semien , (R), SS
2. R. Grossman , (S), LF
3. M. Chapman , (R), 3B
4. M. Olson , (L), 1B
5. R. Laureano , (R), CF
6. S. Piscotty , (R), RF
7. J. Profar , (S), 2B
8. J. Phegley , (R), C
9. C. Bassitt , (R), SP
Pos Pitcher
SP Chris Bassitt C. Bassitt (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
SP Chris Bassitt C. Bassitt (R) 69 11 4-3 64.1 271 48 27 26 8 27 63 31.60% 7.10% 1.17 0.238
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
SS Marcus Semien M. Semien (R) 75 1 79 361 87 59 17 1 10 38 51 5 4 0.274 0.357 0.43 0.785
LF Robbie Grossman R. Grossman (S) 77 2 63 233 50 30 14 1 5 22 30 5 2 0.245 0.335 0.40 0.732
3B Matt Chapman M. Chapman (R) 86 3 77 336 78 38 20 2 18 43 49 0 1 0.264 0.348 0.53 0.877
1B Matt Olson M. Olson (L) 80 4 45 186 39 17 10 0 12 25 23 0 0 0.238 0.328 0.52 0.846
CF Ramon Laureano R. Laureano (R) 70 5 78 306 74 46 16 0 12 37 42 9 1 0.261 0.307 0.45 0.752
RF Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty (R) 79 6 72 309 67 43 14 1 9 30 36 2 0 0.239 0.301 0.39 0.694
2B Jurickson Profar J. Profar (S) 70 7 71 289 58 35 12 1 10 40 31 6 0 0.219 0.28 0.39 0.665
C Josh Phegley J. Phegley (R) 70 8 63 196 47 25 13 0 9 41 28 0 0 0.261 0.306 0.48 0.789
SP Chris Bassitt C. Bassitt (R) 69 9 11 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0

2019 Recent Athletics Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
6/23 vs TB L 2-8 Brett Anderson B. Anderson (L), 3 IP, 0 SO, 7 ER, L Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Olson M. Olson Matt Chapman M. Chapman Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Mark Canha M. Canha Jurickson Profar J. Profar Chad Pinder C. Pinder Josh Phegley J. Phegley
6/22 vs TB W 4-2 Mike Fiers M. Fiers (R), 6 IP, 2 SO, 1 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Robbie Grossman R. Grossman Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty Jurickson Profar J. Profar Beau Taylor B. Taylor
6/22 vs TB L 3-5 Tanner Anderson T. Anderson (R), 4 IP, 4 SO, 3 ER, L Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Jurickson Profar J. Profar Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty Chad Pinder C. Pinder Josh Phegley J. Phegley
6/21 vs TB W 5-4 Frankie Montas F. Montas (R), 8 IP, 9 SO, 1 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Robbie Grossman R. Grossman Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty Jurickson Profar J. Profar Josh Phegley J. Phegley
6/19 vs BAL W 8-3 Chris Bassitt C. Bassitt (R), 5.2 IP, 6 SO, 2 ER, W Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Mark Canha M. Canha Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty Chad Pinder C. Pinder Josh Phegley J. Phegley
6/19 vs BAL W 16-2 Brett Anderson B. Anderson (L), 7 IP, 2 SO, 1 ER, W Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Robbie Grossman R. Grossman Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty Jurickson Profar J. Profar Beau Taylor B. Taylor
6/18 vs BAL W 3-2 Mike Fiers M. Fiers (R), 6.2 IP, 4 SO, 0 ER, W Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Robbie Grossman R. Grossman Stephen Piscotty S. Piscotty Jurickson Profar J. Profar Josh Phegley J. Phegley
6/16 vs SEA L 3-6 Tanner Anderson T. Anderson (R), 5.1 IP, 3 SO, 2 ER, ND Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Mark Canha M. Canha Robbie Grossman R. Grossman Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Jurickson Profar J. Profar Beau Taylor B. Taylor
6/16 vs SEA W 11-2 Frankie Montas F. Montas (R), 6 IP, 9 SO, 2 ER, W Marcus Semien M. Semien Matt Chapman M. Chapman Matt Olson M. Olson Khris Davis K. Davis Mark Canha M. Canha Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Jurickson Profar J. Profar Chad Pinder C. Pinder Josh Phegley J. Phegley
6/15 vs SEA L 2-9 Chris Bassitt C. Bassitt (R), 5.2 IP, 4 SO, 3 ER, L Marcus Semien M. Semien Mark Canha M. Canha Matt Chapman M. Chapman Khris Davis K. Davis Chad Pinder C. Pinder Matt Olson M. Olson Ramon Laureano R. Laureano Jurickson Profar J. Profar Josh Phegley J. Phegley

2019 Oakland Athletics Pitching Analysis

Oakland’s rotation is not in a good spot heading into the season, and the chance of recreating a 90+ win season from last year is going to be tough. Sean Manaea, Daniel Gossett, and Jharel Cotton are all injury names that will have a shortened season, or if any season at all. Their younger arms are not quite ready to be called up, so it leaves a lot of average to below average arms starting in the rotation. Oakland also lost Trevor Cahill, and when he was healthy, Cahill was an excellent option. He is now in Los Angeles, so he didn’t move far. Oakland is simply in trouble, and there is really no quick fix for them right now. They will have to rely on the names in the current rotation, and hope for the best. Oakland overachieved with their rotation last season, owning the 11th best team ERA in baseball. This year is going to be tough to try and repeat that. Heading into the season, it looks like Mike Fiers is going to be their number one pitcher. Fiers flashed some potential, but overall is a league average right-hander that is not expected to carry a 3.56 ERA again. He is just the beginning of the A’s regression.

Daniel Mengden is another regression candidate, who had a 4.05 ERA last season. He has below average strikeout stuff, and it will be tough for him to last long in most games with his inability to get guys out the second time through the order. Mengden would need to make a change to his arsenal and elevate some of his off-speed stuff if he wants to take another jump. If that does happen, he is an interesting name to keep an eye on. Frankie Montas has a blazing fastball, but not much more. He had some success last season, but also had some good luck, and teams trying to figure him out. He is expected to take a major drop in production when you compare seasons. Chris Bassitt pitched limited innings last season, and the A’s will rely on him a bit more with all the injuries. He isn’t the worst fourth or fifth starter, but the names around him just add to why we aren’t buying into the Oakland rotation this season.