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I have been on a real A Tribe Called Quest kick lately, so play some 90s Queens hip-hop while perusing this primer (and understand the rationale behind my title).

All projections taken from Fangraphs and the roster is as of 12/26/2010 as taken from SB Nation:

Pitchers

Manny Acosta: 3-3, 54 IP in 53 games, 4.17 ERA/4.58 FIP, 5.33 BB/9, 8,00 K/9, .292 BABIP

D.J. Carrasco: 4-4, 72 IP in 54 games, 4.50 ERA/4.01 FIP, 3.75 BB/9, 6.25 K/9, 323 BABIP

R.A. Dickey: 11-12, 209 IP in 30 starts (2 relief), 4.44 ERA/4.44 FIP, 2.97 BB/9, 5.34 K/9, .305 BABIP

Dillon Gee: 6-5, 99 IP in 16 starts, 4.09 ERA/4.11 FIP, 2.73 BB/9, 8.09 K/9, .311 BABIP

Patrick Misch: 4-4, 75 IP in 23 games (12 starts), 4.20 ERA/4.19 FIP, 2.16 BB/9, 6.00 K/9, .311 BABIP

Jonathon Niese: 10-11, 186 IP in 32 starts, 4.31 ERA/3.82 FIP, 3.24 BB/9, 7.69 K/9, .330 BABIP

Bobby Parnell: 2-3, 42 IP in 50 games, 4.71 ERA/4.08 FIP, 4.07 BB/9, 7.50 K/9, .329 BABIP

Mike Pelfrey: 12-12, 220 IP in 33 starts, 4.25 ERA/4.07 FIP, 3.31 BB/9, 5.44 K/9, .312 BABIP

Oliver Perez: 1-2, 31 IP in 14 games (3 starts), 4.94 ERA/5.24 FIP, 5.52 BB/9, 8.71 K/9, .295 BABIP

Johan Santana: 15-7, 195 IP in 28 starts, 3.09 ERA/3.42 FIP, 2.26 BB/9, 8.35 K/9, .284 BABIP

(Projections not available for Ryota Igarashi, Jenrry Mejia, Armando Rodriguez, Francisco Rodriguez (?), and Josh Stinson)

Hitters (by position):

Catchers

Ronny Paulino: .275/.331/.393  7 HR, 43 RBI, 29 BB/57 K in 378 PA (.119 ISO/.312 BABIP/ .321 wOBA)

Josh Thole: .278/.351/.378 2 HR, 24 RBI, 26 BB/28 K in 267 PA (.100 ISO/.308 BABIP/.326 wOBA)

(No love for Mike Nickeas)

Infielders

Luis Castillo: .275/.361/.325 1 HR, 21 RBI, 42 BB/36 K in 362 PA (.050/.307/.315)

Ike Davis: .283/.374/.488 23 HR, 80 RBI, 75 BB/128 K in 598 PA (.205/.336/.377)

Jose Reyes: .286/.339/.434 11 HR, 52 RBI, 42 BB/62 K in 574 PA (.148/.307/.345)

David Wright: .295/.383/.507 27 HR, 104 RBI, 82 BB/147 K in 601 PA (.212/.351/.389)

(No love for Luis Hernandez, Zach Lutz, Ruben Tejada, and Jordany Valdespin)

Outfielders

Jason Bay: .267/.369/.471 21 HR, 78 RBI, 69 BB/129 K in 534 PA (.204/.327/.368)

Carlos Beltran: .274/.369/.478 20 HR, 74 RBI, 64 BB/77 K in 505 PA (.204/.294/.373)

Nick Evans: .260/.318/.460 9 HR, 31 RBI, 20 BB/48 K in 255 PA (.200/.292/.329)

Angel Pagan: .289/.340/.424 10 HR, 58 RBI, 42 BB/86 K in 582 PA (.135/.329/.340)

(No love for Lucas Duda)

To be updated as changes occur.

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