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reds44
08-04-2006, 11:55 PM
Reds batting stats since July 13th.


Player GS PA AVG OBP SLG OPS
A Dunn 19 84 .348 .464 .594 1.058
S Hatteberg 15 64 .379 .438 .586 1.024
R Aurilia 15 66 .339 .409 .576 .985
R Freel 13 63 .302 .413 .547 .960
E Encarnacion 9 39 .353 .436 .500 .936
D Ross 4 15 .267 .267 .667 .933
J Castro 4 18 .278 .278 .556 .833
J LaRue 11 42 .233 .452 .367 .819
R Clayton 15 61 .236 .311 .327 .639
B Phillips 18 74 .243 .270 .343 .613
K Griffey 18 80 .178 .250 .356 .606
J Valentin 4 22 .250 .318 .250 .568
C Denorfia 6 31 .185 .290 .185 .476
D Wise 1 10 .200 .200 .200 .400

edabbs44
08-05-2006, 12:02 AM
Royce and LaRue > Griffey

There is not one legit reason why he shouldn't be dropped to 6 or 7. And for all who think this has been beaten to death, wait until September when he is still in the 3 hole.:D

reds44
08-05-2006, 12:03 AM
Royce and LaRue > Griffey

There is not one legit reason why he shouldn't be dropped to 6 or 7. And for all who think this has been beaten to death, wait until September when he is still in the 3 hole.:D
Royce>Phillips also.

edabbs44
08-05-2006, 12:05 AM
Castro's avg > Griffey's OBP

Dunn's SLG only .012 less than Jr's OPS

Freel's SLG only .059 less than Jr's OPS

Hatte's SLG only .020 less than Jr's OPS

So bad.

oregonred
08-05-2006, 03:37 AM
There are a lot of guys on that list at .800 OPS or better since the AS Break. 5 guys at .900 OPS or above with ~40 or more AB's. I think someone posted the Reds OPS is actually equal or better to the pre-AS Break production and they've faced some good Mets/Rockies/Dodgers pitching since the break. The MI weakness jumps off the page.

Beyond KGJ's horrendous skid and getting the right bats in the lineup more often they simply need to get some more timely RISP hits, cut down on the too-often of recent awful baserunning snafus and gain some luck on the BBIPA front when it counts (both on the opponent front which has been highly in their favor of late and the Reds front).

Good news is that the Reds have been in every game in the later innings since the AS Break. They've had a couple of late meltdowns leading to big innings and ugly finishes (Milton's 7th inning vs. NYM and Monday's 7th inning defensive debacle) but the reality is that with a couple breaks they could have won 4 or 5 of the last 6 games they've dropped.

I think the Reds are due for some luck to turn and to go on a decent run over the next few weeks.

KronoRed
08-05-2006, 05:35 AM
That Dunn kid is good..glad we didn't get rid him of for nothing :D

NJReds
08-05-2006, 09:10 AM
Phillips does so much in the field with his glove, that I can live with his offense. He's still over .290, which means that he was way over his head before the slump started. He's coming around, getting on with the occasional bunt and still stealing a base or two.