Saturday, July 21, 2012

Batting Leaders and Trailers

BurGi has the advanced metrics covered, so here are the batting leaders (and trailers) in the traditional stats. Through games from last night.

Plate Apps        Hits             High Average      Low Average       High OPS
Lee        449    Lee       111    Paez      .347    Thomas    .215    Wrigley   .917
Morrison   429    Wrigley   107    Wrigley   .317    Querecuto .224    Paez      .891
Bortnick   398    Morrison  105    Anderson  .315    Torrez    .228    Vogt      .853
Dietrich   395    Anderson  100    Vogt      .306    Brignac   .229    Malm      .844
Vettleson  383    Dietrich   99    Garko     .305    Motter    .233    Garko     .844
                                                                       Glaesmann .823
                                                                       Anderson  .823
Doubles           Triples          Home Runs         Slugging %        Kang      .822
Wrigley     30    Dietrich    8    Wrigley     16    Wrigley   .553    Dietrich  .811
Seitzer     26    Bortnick    8    Glaesmann   13    Glaesmann .480    Figueroa  .811
Malm        25    Morrison    7    Kang        11    Malm      .479    Seitzer   .798
Sheridan    21    Lee         7    Malm        11    Paez      .479    Mahtook   .780
Dietrich    20    Mahtook     7    2 tied      10    Vogt      .478    Vettleson .768
                                                                       
                                                                       
Walks             Hit By Pitch     On-Base %         Stolen Bases      Low OPS
Bortnick    44    Torrez     14    Paez      .412    Brett       36    Thomas    .564
Malm        40    Price      14    Garko     .396    Lee         34    Querecuto .569
Kang        40    Dietrich   11    Seitzer   .384    Morrison    23    Guevara   .582
Lee         39    Glaesmann  11    Vogt      .374    Bortnick    23    Caminero  .584
Coon        36    2 tied     10    Figueroa  .372    Goeddel     22    O'Malley  .614
                                                                       Torrez    .634
                                                                       Feliciano .653
Total Bases       RBI              Strikeouts        GIDP              Motter    .664
Wrigley    187    Wrigley    63    Kang        93    Seitzer     15    Coon      .665
Dietrich   165    Dietrich   55    Glaesmann   88    Feliciano   14    Wunderlich.674
Glaesmann  164    Glaesmann  53    Malm        86    Luna        12    Tinoco    .677
Malm       151    Hager      49    Morrison    85    3 tied      11    Sheridan  .681
Vettleson  146    Bortnick   48    Mangini     83                      Brignac   .682
Minimum 200 plate appearances for rate stats. Players no longer in the organization are not included.

5 comments:

  1. On Saturday Hak-Ju Lee hit a triple to move into a tie for the lead with 8 and extend his hits lead.

    Durham was rained out so no Wrigley, which is half the leaderboards.

    Kang had 2 more strikeouts.

    Thomas 0-3, down to .212. Querecuto did his best to keep pace, went 0-5, down to .219.

    Segovia hit his 11th HR, in less than 150 ABs.

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  2. Whats "Rays Prospects" opinion on Wrigley now ?

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  3. Great season, but he's somewhere below Will Rhymes, Hideki Matsui, Chris Gimenez, Drew Sutton, Brooks Conrad, Rich Thompson, Reid Brignac, Stephen Vogt, and Brandon Allen on the Rays radar.

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  4. Now its official....Whoever you are Doug....You have no clue whats going on in the Rays organization....Good Luck

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