Rivero warrants a major time increase to his H/9, but that I wouldn't vouch for MLB The Show 21 Stubs a top 90 quite yet because of his.194 BABIP against. Since Dellin Betances has a 4.7 H/9 and a 99 H/9, and the smallest H/9 Aroldis Chapman has posted in the previous three years is 5.0 H/9 however he also has a H/9 of 99, Felipe's 4.4 H/9 merits a increase from 86 to the low 90's, perhaps 92 or 93. Also, Rivero's BB/9 of all 2.14 puts him 22nd from 162 qualified relievers, which positions before Koji Uehara (79 BB/9), Andrew Miller (77 BB/9), Seung Hwan Oh (70 BB/9), and Joakim Soria (70 BB/9). His BB/9 of 62 warrants a boost into the 70's, or even more eventually. His HR/9 also deserves just a little bit of a boost.
The main worry I have with Felipe would be the outcome of investing in him. As there's a better POTM edition of him available at an affordable cost on the ticket counter, I am not sure how expensive his card would be if he travelled diamond. As for me, I would not think that it goes over around 10,000 stubs, and even that is slightly generous. Additionally, there have been a few instances in the past where POTM chooses had their LS updates slightly delayed, so while I would think that Felipe would possibly go diamond if he keeps this pace, I'm not very confident enough to record him in the upgrades column.
First off, this card is a great budget reliever who I used until only yesterday because my seventh reliever. His BABIP against is a very small.227 and his FIP sits in 3.22, therefore he's gotten a little lucky in the ERA section, but is having a quality season nonetheless. He also struck out 11, and competitions only batted.118 against him. However, his HR/9 is also at a livelihood, and he is walking batters at a higher rate than the last two seasons.
Wilson's H/9 is the area which has to be upgraded most. His H/9 this year is.6 above Dellin Betances (99 H/9 stat),.9 below Roberto Osuna (88 H/9 stat), 1.3 below Wade Davis (89 H/9 stat), plus a whopping 3 below Cody Allen (91 H/9 stat). Wilson's H/9 now sits in 72, and even taking into account his low BABIP against if allow this stat to reach to the 80's. However, his HR/9 stat ranks 98th out of 162 qualified relievers, also rankings.02 greater than Tyler Duffey (47 HR/9) and.01 worse than Bud Norris (61 HR/9). Wilson's present HR/9 stat is at 73, so this likely deserves a downgrade into the high/mid 60's. Lastly, his BB/9 ranks 108th one of the 162 qualified relievers, which is not really great. He's got the specific same BB/9 because his newest Cubs teammate Pedro Strop, yet Strop includes a BB/9 rating of 45 while Wilson's is at 67. Wilson's BB/9 stat probably deserves to be moved to closer to 60 now, so all in all it is hard to tell whether or not Wilson will gold. Additionally, it appears to be much tougher for non-closers to Stubs mlb the show 21 go gold, so his fresh move to reliever may help it become more difficult.