This is our post All-Star break update of the IQ Workforce #Measure Fantasy Baseball League. The league has remained very competitive, with 6 teams within 15 games of the lead. Chris Borden’s JAMA Network is the leader of the pack coming out of the All-Star break, thanks to a 10-0 sweep in his week 15 matchup. 2nd place is a 3 horse race between IQ Workforce Fantasy Basketball Champion Jonghee Jo’s JJ Warriors, Corry Prohens’ Bulldogs and Matt Sparks’ Chicken & Beer Sox. Only 2 games separate the 3 teams. Kyle Rudy’s Team KCCO and Bill Bruno’s Southside Hitmen are both above .500 and still within striking distance at 13 and 14 games out, respectively. Patrick Heavey’s Who’s on First team is only a hair under .500 and still in contention at 16.5 games back. Jason Pierce’s Denver Deadlifts, Brad Renna’s $200 Million Dollar Payroll and Richard Calentine’s New Texan team round out the bottom of the standings, but there is always hope, as the baseball season is incredibly long.
|1. JAMA Network||77-46-7||.619||0|
|2. JJ Warriors||70-51-9||.573||6|
|4. Chicken & Beer Sox||67-52-11||.558||8|
|5. Team KCCO||63-58-9||.519||13|
|6. Southside Hitmen||61-58-11||.512||14|
|7. Who’s on First?||60-62-8||.492||16.5|
|8. Denver Deadlifts||52-70-8||.431||24.5|
|9. $200 Million Payroll||44-76-10||.377||31.5|
If you have not already done so, please remember to optimize your lineups for Week 16 and, as always, thanks for another great week of #Measure Fantasy Baseball!