Sunday, September 16, 2012

2012 Year in Review: GCL Rays (Overall)

Over the next few weeks I will recap the 2012 season of each affiliate. This week will focus on the overall season, next week will cover the hitting leaders and the final week will be pitching leaders. Like the week in reviews earlier in the season, each day will bring attention to a different affiliate as we work our way through the franchise. Today we take a look at the overall team stats of the GCL Rays.

The GCL Rays finished the 2012 season with a 28-32 record which placed them third in the division at season’s end. They were near the top of the league in pitching but struggled offensively on the season resulting in a sub .500 season.

 Final Standings:
GCL South Division
1. GCL Red Sox (34-26)
2. GCL Twins (33-27)
3. GCL Rays (28-32) 
4. GCL Orioles (25-35)

Team Hitting Stats (league rank): 
Average: .238 (10 of 14)
Slugging: .309 (12 of 14)
On Base Pct: .304 (12 of 14)
Hits: 448 (10 of 14)
Doubles: 73 (tied 12 of 14)
Triples: 20 (2 of 14)
Home Runs: 7 (14 of 14)
Runs Scored: 187 (13 of 14)
Stolen Bases: 56 (9 of 14)

Team Pitching Stats (league rank):
ERA: 2.97 (2 of 14)
Runs Allowed: 214 (3 of 14)
Strikeouts: 428 (tied 12 of 14)
Walks: 145 (1 of 14)

2012 GCL Rays Roster 

Pitchers 
Chris Andujar
Oscar Armeta
Nick Barnese
Brett Blaise
Luis Cabrera
Kris Carlson
Damion Carroll
Carlos Cedeno
Geisel De La Cruz
Nolan Gannon
Issac Gil
Lucas Goodgion
Jordan Harrison
Stepan Havlicek
Lenny Linsky
Alex Moshier
Kyle Pelchy
Dayne Quist
Matt Ramsey
Jorge Rodriguez
Nick Sawyer
Alex Torres
Jason Wilson

Catchers
Armando Araiza
Nevin Ashley
Wilmer Dominguez
Taylor Hawkins
Ryan McChesney
Geoff Rowan

Infielders
Miguel Beltan
Leopoldo Correa
Douglas Duran
Spencer Edwards
Ben Kline
Cesar Perez
Jonathan Quinonez
Adderly Rosa

Outfielders
Yoel Araujo
Kes Carter
Johnny Eierman
Clayton Henning
Bralin Jackson
Kevin Kiermaier
Jiminson Natera
Isaias Velasquez

Manager: Paul Hoover
Hitting Coach: Wuarnner Rincones
 Pitching Coach: Marty DeMerritt
Coach: Hector Torres

1 comment:

  1. I watched one of their games this season and one guy I came away really impressed with was Yoel Araujo. He looks like a potential five-tool guy who could be a big prospect in our system in a few years.

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