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JAL 17 Early Outstanding Manager Odds


While the JAL 17 season is still a ways from starting, the offseason is arguably where team owners and general managers make their biggest cases for the Outstanding Manager award.

Here's a look at who (top 10) has the best chances of winning the Outstanding Manager award in JAL 17, based on transactions that have transpired so far and the likelihood that those transactions will pan out well... As of right now, we've got a fantastic race!

1. Kyle Godinho, Express general manager

Notable moves this offseason: acquired all-star pitcher Scott Coleman in free agency.

2. Brock Johnson, underdogs general manager

Notable moves this offseason: acquired all-star Erik Titus in trade.

3. Carl Stello, Wrecking Crew owner

Notable moves this offseason: acquired rookies Ryan Littlefield and Jesse Gomez.

4. Ty Johnson, Rapids general manager

Notable moves this offseason: acquired all-star batter Tyler Hudson in free agency, re-signed free agent and all-star Troy Flanagan to long-term deal.

5. Drew Delucchi, Cobras owner

Notable moves this offseason: traded away Lucas Myers for future Stock Check, acquired rookie Tyler Flanagan.

6. Anthony Nusbaum, Waves owner

Notable moves this offseason: convinced all-star pitcher Adam Clark to sign long-term extension despite not being a free agent. Acquired rookie Ryan Raymond.

7. Josh Wall, Sasquatches minority owner & general manager

Notable moves this offseason: released Jared Neiman and Brandon Koenig, acquired rookies Ryan Brown and Jacob Trotter, also re-signed free agent James Manthe.

8. Brian Whitten, Bambinos majority owner

Notable moves this offseason: acquired all-star Lucas Myers in trade.

9. Erika Halverson, Lynx general manager

Notable moves this offseason: re-signed free agent and all-star pitcher Matthew Morton to long-term deal.

10. Ryley Larson, Lawmen general manager

Notable moves this offseason: acquired rookie Daniel Furman.


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