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I've volunteered to give Marc a hand with the Depth Charts. After surfing through the comments for all thirty teams, we've made the changes listed at the end of this post. But we also have an announcement:

This is a tough job for thirty people, let alone two, so we've created an email address to which anyone can send Depth Chart-related news. It should be easy enough to remember: Please include a link to original reporting if at all possible. Remember that the Depth Charts are an attempt to reflect playing time estimates for the entire season, and won't necessarily match each team's Opening Day lineup.


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Does anyone at BP care to address the pitcher win issue? E.g., take a look at the collective W-L record of the Mariners' pitchers, and compare it to the team's projected W-L record. Not even remotely close (all the pitchers are projected to be above .500 whereas the team is projected to be 70-92). Same with many other teams. I.e., there is a major problem with the pitcher W-L projection algorithm. This problem was pointed out more than three weeks ago. I have yet to see a response from BP.