Saturday, June 30, 2012

Batting Leaders and Trailers

BurGi has the advanced metrics covered, so I thought it might be fun to track the batting leaders (and trailers) in the traditional stats. Through games from last night.

Plate Apps        Hits             High Average      Low Average       High OPS
Lee        357    Lee        86    Simon     .356    Teran     .192    Simon    1.043
Morrison   347    Morrison   86    Paez      .344    Thomas    .209    Sale      .961
Bortnick   323    Vettleson  84    Garko     .336    Motter    .215    Garko     .935
Vettleson  313    Anderson   81    4 tied    .315    Salazar   .216    Segovia   .888
2 tied     310    Luna       81                      Brignac   .217    Allen     .882
                                                                       Malm      .871
                                                                       Paez      .861
Doubles           Triples          Home Runs         Slugging %        Januario  .856
Malm        23    Dietrich    7    Wrigley     14    Simon     .589    Wrigley   .853
Seitzer     20    Morrison    7    Glaesmann   11    Sale      .557    Kang      .844
Wrigley     20    Bortnick    6    Kang         9    Januario  .522    Vogt      .829
Vettleson   16    5 tied      5    3 tied       8    Segovia   .518    Gimenez   .825
3 tied      15                                       Wrigley   .511    Anderson  .822
                                                                       
                                                                       
Walks             Hit By Pitch     On-Base %         Stolen Bases      Low OPS
Coon        35    Price      13    Simon     .454    Lee         27    Teran     .516
Kang        35    Dietrich   11    Garko     .439    Brett       23    Thomas    .565
Malm        34    Torrez     11    Paez      .411    Morrison    21    Caminero  .590
Bortnick    34    Morrison    9    Sale      .404    Bortnick    20    Querecuto .594
Figueroa    31    Mahtook     7    Allen     .382    Luna        18    Motter    .615
                                                                       Salazar   .618
                                                                       Tinoco    .620
Total Bases       RBI              Strikeouts        GIDP              Feliciano .622
Wrigley    139    Wrigley    51    Mangini     76    Feliciano   13    Colina    .631
Glaesmann  135    Glaesmann  45    Kang        75    Vettleson   10    Nommensen .631
Vettleson  127    Bortnick   42    Glaesmann   73    4 tied       9    Torrez    .634
Malm       125    Luna       39    Malm        72                      O'Malley  .636
2 tied     121    Vettleson  37    Morrison    69                      Brignac   .641

Minimum 100 plate appearances for rate stats. Players no longer in the organization are not included.

9 comments:

  1. is wrigley ever gonna get respect... his numbers against RHP are unreal.

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  2. Come on, this is Rays Prospects. It's all about the bonus babies, that's it! Same stories, different day.

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    1. Yeah, what were you thinking?

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  3. Wrigley batting .314 in AAA... I LIKE!

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  4. I like it too, but he was a 14th rounder. You'll never see this website talk about him. Again, what were you thinking? You gotta be a 1st, 2nd or 3rd rounder to be talked about here.

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  5. These writers don't have a clue about baseball talent. They just repost crap they hear from others that don't know crap! So if a "prospect" isn't getting talked about on this blog its probably a good thing!....i come here for the comedy...its funnier than comedy central!

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  6. Love to see Wrigley go head to head with Pena for the 1st base position. Will it ever happen? Of course not. TB's in love with Pena. I do agree that he's a nice guy, but are his BA/fielding really worth 7 million? Not in my eyes. Keep doing your thing, Henry. Hopefully, your chance at The Show will come soon- even if it's with another organization.

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  7. Pena, grab some pine meat!!!

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