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nate
08-12-2010, 07:24 PM
Chicken soup for one's tortured sinus of demoralizing defeat, OBI stats!


RANK NAME PA PA_ROB R1 R2 R3 R1_BI R2_BI R3_BI ROB OBI R1BI% R2BI% R3BI% OBI%
1 Hanigan 152 65 44 35 23 6 10 10 102 26 13.6 28.6 43.5 25.5
5 Cairo 172 66 38 42 20 2 6 12 100 20 5.3 14.3 60 20
20 Votto 468 213 140 86 45 18 15 16 271 49 12.9 17.4 35.6 18.1
22 Gomes 406 205 154 88 53 9 17 27 295 53 5.8 19.3 50.9 18
34 Ramon H 246 118 89 42 40 7 10 12 171 29 7.9 23.8 30 17
39 Rolen 380 186 134 87 48 7 17 20 269 44 5.2 19.5 41.7 16.4
79 Cabrera 453 169 110 70 51 5 6 23 231 34 4.5 8.6 45.1 14.7
88 Stubbs 399 181 119 88 61 5 16 18 268 39 4.2 18.2 29.5 14.6
141 BP 511 200 128 90 43 5 12 13 261 30 3.9 13.3 30.2 11.5
153 Bruce 452 226 167 105 51 4 14 15 323 33 2.4 13.3 29.4 10.2



Edited in glossary:
PA_ROB: Plate appearances with runners on base
R1, 2, 3: runner on 1B, 2B, 3B
R1_BI, etc: runner on 1B, 2B, 3B batted in
ROB: total number of runners on base
OBI: total number of others batted in

Among NL batters with 150 PA, look who leads the league in driving in baserunners. I'm not convinced this is really a skill above and beyond regular hitting but it's interesting to see.

Maybe the most interesting part of it, that Hanigan leads the Reds in driving in runners who are on FIRST BASE.

(OK, he's converted 6 baserunners on first into runs in 44 chances :cool: )

Although Bruce hasn't been good, he has improved from earlier in the year when he was, as I recall, below 10%.

Ramon H has been doing a nice job with the bat this year too. Most productive catching tandem in the big leagues: Rymon Hernanigan?

Thoughts?

nate
08-12-2010, 08:15 PM
And how Reds hitters rank in wOBA (NL only, 140 PA minimum):


NL Rank Name BB% K% BB/K AVG OBP SLG OPS ISO Spd BABIP wRC wRAA wOBA
1 Votto 14.30% 22.50% 0.75 0.319 0.421 0.597 1.018 0.278 4.3 0.35 96.9 42.6 .436
20 Rolen 9.20% 16.60% 0.64 0.292 0.363 0.533 0.896 0.241 2.7 0.3 62.1 18 .382
52 Ramon H 8.90% 15.50% 0.65 0.301 0.366 0.438 0.805 0.137 1.7 0.34 34.8 6.3 .355
53 Cairo 8.10% 13.20% 0.70 0.298 0.365 0.424 0.789 0.126 5.4 0.32 24.2 4.3 .354
57 Hanigan 12.50% 11.70% 1.27 0.289 0.384 0.414 0.798 0.125 0.9 0.3 21 3.4 .351
69 BP 6.80% 12.40% 0.60 0.283 0.337 0.452 0.788 0.169 5.6 0.3 67.6 8.3 .343
87 Gomes 6.70% 24.70% 0.30 0.269 0.328 0.443 0.771 0.175 3.9 0.31 50 2.8 .332
93 Nix 6.70% 24.80% 0.29 0.277 0.327 0.460 0.786 0.182 3.4 0.34 18 0.7 .329
104 Bruce 9.50% 26.50% 0.40 0.257 0.327 0.408 0.736 0.151 4.9 0.32 52 -0.5 .322
111 Stubbs 8.30% 31.70% 0.29 0.235 0.302 0.403 0.706 0.168 7.6 0.3 44.3 -2 .317
150 Cabrera 5.50% 11.30% 0.53 0.260 0.302 0.339 0.641 0.079 4.4 0.28 40 -12.6 .289


Can Hanigan play OF?

:cool:

VR
08-12-2010, 08:20 PM
In case you haven't heard....Ryan Hanigan only drove in 11 runs last year. :cool:



Nate, thanks for your thread starters today. These types of threads are why RZ continues to be my favorite site. (after nickelodeon of course, but you understand)

nate
08-12-2010, 08:24 PM
In case you haven't heard....Ryan Hanigan only drove in 11 runs last year. :cool:

I hadn't heard Thom say that four dozen times per game, no.

:cool:


Nate, thanks for your thread starters today. These types of threads are why RZ continues to be my favorite site. (after nickelodeon of course, but you understand)

Thanks!

nate
08-12-2010, 08:25 PM
I should point out, in case you're new to wOBA (or it is new to you) that .330 is considered average. So in this case, Nix and Gomes appear are straddling the line.

nemesis
08-12-2010, 08:59 PM
Nix and Gomes appear are straddling the line.

So what does that make Cabrera at .289? :cool:

_Sir_Charles_
08-13-2010, 09:48 AM
Rymon Hernanigan

I don't know why, but this one....I can't stop giggling. :O)

Btw...with all the slamming Gomes has been taking lately (and I've come around on him defensively...he's pretty darned bad) his numbers for the year are still quite solid. Yes, he's struggled lately, but I still feel a good portion of that is him being stuck on 99 dingers. He seemed to be trying to FORCE the HR to come and now it's gotten in his head some. That string of AB's he had recently is what he SHOULD be doing (showing patience and drawing the walks), but the ones he's had since that....*shudder*

Bruce I'm not concerned about to be honest. He's still VERY young and it really won't take much for him to turn it around. Even with him struggling like he has, his numbers are still pretty darned solid too. The low HR numbers are a bit puzzling for me. Can't quite figure that one out...other than poor luck.


What? No Janish numbers? :O)

nate
08-13-2010, 10:11 AM
What? No Janish numbers? :O)

Not enough PA.

LincolnparkRed
08-13-2010, 11:13 AM
I don't know why, but this one....I can't stop giggling. :O)

Bruce I'm not concerned about to be honest. He's still VERY young and it really won't take much for him to turn it around. Even with him struggling like he has, his numbers are still pretty darned solid too. The low HR numbers are a bit puzzling for me. Can't quite figure that one out...other than poor luck.


What? No Janish numbers? :O)

I am hoping the power drain is part of the wrist injury from last year. Alonso is killing the ball and he went down earlier than Bruce if I recall? Someone pick me up if I have that backwards?

_Sir_Charles_
08-13-2010, 11:47 AM
Not enough PA.

I know. I was joking.

Mario-Rijo
08-13-2010, 12:05 PM
I am hoping the power drain is part of the wrist injury from last year. Alonso is killing the ball and he went down earlier than Bruce if I recall? Someone pick me up if I have that backwards?

Ugh I believe your correct about 3 weeks or so between the 2 events. Around June 20th for Alonso and around July 12th for Bruce. That may have some bearing on it. Though I think at least some of the problem is still in the swing mechanics for Bruce.

edabbs44
08-15-2010, 12:44 AM
Interesting stat I found the other day regarding Heisey...having issues copying and pasting the table from baseball reference, but in a nutshell:

vs SP, 1st: .380 OPS
vs SP, 2nd: .367 OPS
vs SP, 3rd: .921 OPS

vs RP, 1st: 1.348 OPS

Tonight more of the same, 0-2 vs the starter. Luck, random variation, issues with starters, other?