Saturday, September 29, 2012

2012 Year in Review: Durham Bulls (Hitting)

This week we will continue our look back at the 2012 season by taking a look at the offensive leaders of each affiliate. Today we will focus on the offensive stats of the Durham Bulls.


Average
1. Robby Price (.500)
1. Sean Rodriguez (.500)
3. Luke Scott (.375)
4. Kevin Kiermaier (.333)
5. Chris Gimenez (.310)
5. Rich Thompson (.310)

Slugging
1. Sean Rodriguez (1.333)
2. Luke Scott (1.125)
3. Robby Price (.500)
4. Chris Gimenez (.483)
5. Henry Wrigley (.472)

On Base Pct
1. Sean Rodriguez (.573)
2. Kevin Kiermaier (.500)
2. Robby Price (.500)
4. Jeff Keppinger (.400)
4. Luke Scott (.400)

Hits
1. Leslie Anderson (137, seventh in INT)
2. Jesus Feliciano (116)
3. Kyle Hudson (107)
4. Rich Thompson (105)
5. Henry Wrigley (101)

Doubles
1. Henry Wrigley (25)
2. Leslie Anderson (21)
3. Jesus Feliciano (19)
4. Stephen Vogt (18)
5. Cole Figueroa (17)
5. Rich Thompson (17)

Triples
1. Rich Thompson (7, tied fifth in INT)
2. Cole Figueroa (4)
2. Stephen Vogt (4)
4. Will Rhymes (3)
5. Reid Brignac (2)
5. Kyle Hudson (2)
5. Shawn O’Malley (2)

Home Runs
1. Leslie Anderson (14)
2. Henry Wrigley (13)
3. Chris Gimenez (10)
4. Stephen Vogt (9)
5. Reid Brignac (8)

RBI’s
1. Leslie Anderson (56)
2. Henry Wrigley (52)
3. Chris Gimenez (49)
4. Reid Brignac (46)
4. Jesus Feliciano (46)

Stolen Bases
1. Rich Thompson (29, third in INT)
2. Kyle Hudson (22, tied sixth in INT)
3. Shawn O’Malley (11)
4. Jesus Feliciano (8)
5. Tim Beckham (6)

3 comments:

  1. Jim,
    You really need to strip out Price, Rodriguez, Scott, Keppinger, and Kiermaier out of this. They were only in a couple of games either as rehabbers or end-of-season callups. Check their games or PA numbers.

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  2. Its a catch-22. I tried to weed out players one year by using minimum AB's or IP but it eliminated too many people quality players in the system. So I decided to use overall stats without any qualifying benchmarks. There is no real good answers to make it right all the way around, so this was the easiest way to avoid any arguments.

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  3. Well, it's your blog. But it seems to me to be a bit silly to compare a guy who played in two games at the end of the year (Price) to someone who played in 63 (Thompson, who, by the way, shows up at .311 at baseball reference.com), or 71 (Gimenez), or 116 games (Anderson). I thought that 50 games was a reasonable cut-line.
    http://www.watchingdurhambullsbaseball.com/2012/09/the-durham-bulls-in-2012-hitters-part-i.html

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