Modified Tango Won/Lost

Total RP110.500110.50022
Total SP110.500110.50022
Marco Gonzales101.000101.000000
Zac Rosscup101.000101.000000
Yusmeiro Petit000.000000.000000
Blake Treinen000.000000.000000
Joakim Soria000.000000.000000
Hunter Strickland000.000000.000000
Dan Altavilla000.000000.000000
Roenis ElĂ­as000.000000.000000
Nick Rumbelow000.000000.000000
Cory Gearrin000.000000.000000
Liam Hendriks000.000000.000000
Lou Trivino000.000000.000000
Ryan Buchter010.000010.000000
J.B. Wendelken000.000000.000000
Brandon Brennan000.000000.000000
Fernando Rodney000.000000.000000
Ryan Dull000.000000.000000
Mike Fiers010.000010.000000
Matt Festa000.000000.000000
Marco Estrada000.000000.000000
Yusei Kikuchi000.000000.000000
Total RP110.500110.500
Total SP110.500110.500
This page computes wins using an alternate means suggested by Tom Tango.
The winning pitcher is the pitcher who records the last out prior to
his team taking its first lead, so long as the pitcher has pitched
deep enough to qualify, and his team still has the lead after his line is complete.

In practice, this means that if later relievers blow the lead, but your team still wins,
you still get the win, instead of the reliever who was pitcher of record when the team took
its last lead. In this definition, a reliever allowing inherited runners to score does not
blow a lead. Inherited runners are still the responsibility of the pitcher who allowed them on base.

If you mouse over a pitcher's win total, you'll see the dates of games that pitcher gets a win.
Mouse over the DiffW total to see the dates of games where the win rules differ:
+date means the game is a win only in the new rule, -date means it is a win under the old rule.
+0 in the DiffW column means a pitcher has the same win total, but which games he won differs.