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2009 top 100 hitters, pitchers

using my new formula that I used on the most recent lists I posted. It looks like I have to adjust the formula more. It is too speed heavy at this point.

1 Anthony Gose
2 Wilmer Flores
3 Ruben Tejada
4 Jason Heyward
5 Tyler Pastornicky
6 Jay Austin
7 Jaff Decker
8 Tyson Gillies
9 Alexia Amarista
10 Jefry Marte
11 Brett Lawrie
12 Robbie Grossman
13 Jose Pirela
14 Frederick Parejo
15 Delta Cleary
16 Michael Brantley
17 Dayan Viciedo
18 Zachary Collier
19 Derek Norris
20 Timothy Beckham
21 Jesus Montero
22 Starlin Castro
23 Angel Morales
24 Abraham Almonte
25 Xavier Avery
26 Alex Liddi
27 Devaris Strange-Gordon
28 Andrew Lambo
29 Matt Dominguez
30 Scott Robinson
31 Rafael Rodriguez
32 Ehire Adrianza
33 Michael Stanton
34 Daniel Pertusati
35 Fernando Martinez
36 Che-Hsuan Lin
37 Starlin Castro
38 Caleb Gindl
39 Randal Grichuk
40 Yohermyn Chavez
41 Leury Garcia
42 Mike Trout
43 Reynaldo Navarro
44 Travis D'Arnaud
45 Jose Tabata
46 Darwin Perez
47 Enrique Hernandez
48 Avisail Garcia
49 Freddie Freeman
50 Austin Romine
51 Ben Revere
52 Domingo Santana
53 Michael Stanton
54 Jesus Montero
55 Mike Moustakas
56 Andrew Cumberland
57 Angel Villalona
58 Kyler Burke
59 Josh Vitters
60 Nick Weglarz
61 Austin Jackson
62 Ericson Leonora
63 Alcides Escobar
64 Grabiel Hernandez
65 Delvi Cid
66 Hak-Ju Lee
67 Jason Heyward
68 Freddie Freeman
69 Oscar Tejeda
70 Johnny Giavotella
71 Gustavo Nunez
72 Gilbert Gomez
73 Logan Morrison
74 Junior Lake
75 Chris Carter
76 Quincy Latimore
77 Anthony Rizzo
78 Moises Sierra
79 Jose Tabata
80 Kirk Nieuwenhuis
81 Fernando Garcia
82 Jonathan Singleton
83 Desmond Jennings
84 Rossmel Perez
85 Edinson Rincon
86 Kenneth Wilson
87 Lonnie Chisenhall
88 Derrick Robinson
89 Miguel Rojas
90 Sebastian Valle
91 Ivan Ramirez
92 Nick Noonan
93 Francisco Pena
94 Derrik Gibson
95 Wilfredo Tovar
96 Hank Conger
97 Eduardo Escobar
98 Jon Gilmore
99 Cedric Hunter
100 John Tolisano
101 Christian Betancourt
102 Ryan Kalish
103 Michael Burgess
104 Travis Snider
105 Yorman Rodriguez
106 Isaac Galloway

1 Manuel Banuelos
2 Madison Bumgarner
3 Martin Perez
4 Henderson Alvarez
5 Erasmo Ramirez
6 Jeurys Familia
7 Christopher Tillman
8 William Smith
9 Pedro Guerra
10 Ezekiel Spruill
11 Travis Wood
12 Trevor Reckling
13 Daniel Duffy
14 Kyle Allen
15 Juan Heredia
16 Ramoncito Garcia
17 Stolmy Pimentel
18 Alving Mejias
19 Zachary McAllister
20 Matthew Moore
21 Simon Castro
22 Randall Delgado
23 Andy Otero
24 T.J. House
25 Ross Seaton
26 Tim Collins
27 Eric Surkamp
28 Casey Crosby
29 Marcos Frias
30 Cesar Ciurcina
31 Carlos Pimentel
32 Tyler Chatwood
33 Neftali Feliz
34 Wilfredo Boscan
35 Richard Castillo
36 Martin Perez
37 Heitor Correa
38 David Bromberg
39 Paul Demny
40 Thomas Mendoza
41 Kyle Kaminska
42 Jeanmar Gomez
43 Thomas Hanson
44 Timothy Melville
45 Bradley Tippett
46 Alexander Perez
47 Fabian Williamson
48 Wilmer Font
49 Kyle Greenwalt
50 Clayton Cook
51 Jorge Bucardo
52 Dimaster Delgado
53 Rudy Owens
54 Randol Rojas
55 Brad Dydalewicz
56 Evan Anundsen
57 Robert Bono
58 Parker Frazier
59 Zachary Britton
60 Brock Huntzinger
61 Casey Coleman
62 Jarrod Parker
63 Trevor May
64 Efrain Nieves
65 Blake Beavan
66 Alex Leon
67 Tim Alderson
68 Jhoulys Chacin
69 Kasey Kiker
70 Wade Davis
71 Robert Carson
72 Nathan Eovaldi
73 Jenrry Mejia
74 Wily Peralta
75 Richard Alvarez
76 Julio Teheran
77 Christopher Archer
78 Clayton Tanner
79 Hector Rondon
80 Michael Montgomery
81 Michael Montgomery
82 Joseph Wieland
83 Hector Rondon
84 Alexander Torres
85 Eduardo Sanchez
86 Jenrry Mejia
87 Felix Doubront
88 Joseph Cruz
89 Victor Capellan
90 Clemente Mendoza
91 Scott Barnes
92 Deolis Guerra
93 Jose Alvarez
94 Jesus Sanchez
95 Arquimedes Nieto
96 Jason McEachern
97 Jeremy Hellickson
98 Cody Scarpetta
99 Eswarlin Jimenez
100 Aneury Rodriguez
101 Arodys Vizcaino

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