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nemesis
09-08-2011, 07:22 PM
Thought I do the leader board as I did last year with all the Reds batting leaders in the Minors.

To qualify for the list the player must have had 275 AB's and ranking the top 7 in each category

Batting Average

1 Torreyes .356
2 Phipps .346
3 H. Rodriguez .320
4 Hermida .319
5 Sappelt .313
T6 Campbell .307
T6 Francisco .307
7 Grandal .305

OBP

1 Grandal .401
2 Hermida .400
3 Torreyes .398
4 Phipps .397
5 Campbell .387
6 D'Anna .386
7 Berry .383

SLG

1 Soto .576
T2 Campbell .540
T2 Francisco .540
3 Phipps .527
4 Hermida .524
5 Grandal .500
6 Vidal .498
7 Lutz .492

OPS

1 Campbell .927
T2 Phipps .924
T2 Hermida .924
3 Soto .909
4 Grandal .901
5 Francisco .874
6 Alonso .860
T7 Mesoraco .855
T7 Torreyes .855

HR

1 Soto 31
T2 Lutz 20
T2 Vidal 20
T2 Campbell 20
3 Dorn 18
4 Hermida 17
T5 Duran 16
T5 Puckett 16
T6 Mesoraco 15
T6 Frazier 15
T6 Francisco 15
T7 Grandal 14
T7 Greene 14

SB

1 Hamilton 103
2 LaMarre 55
3 Berry 42
4 Greene 38
5 Means 37
T6 H.Rodriguez 30
T6 Sierra 30
T7 Yorman 20
T7 Bowe 20

2B

T1 Campbell 37
T1 Vidal 37
T2 Mesoraco 36
T2 H.Rodriguez 36
3 Phipps 34
4 Grandal 31
5 Dorn 30
6 Puckett 29
7 Hermida 28

3B

Hamilton 9
Waldrop 9
Phipps 7
Greene 6
Torreyes 5
Bowe 5
Sierra 5
Matthews 5
Alonso 4

corkedbat
09-09-2011, 12:52 AM
Yonder with four triples? Must been some big parks! :D

I was a bit worried about the hiting side fo the ledger coming into the season. I didn't see a lot of depth in the middle of the system behind the guys at L'Ville, but guys stepped up with some very solid performances, The "next generation" looks closer at the end of the season than it did at the beginning.

The MI spots are really starting to stack up with potential. One thing that hasn't been mentioned too much are the left-handed and switch-hitting guys. That could lead to some very nice balance in the future (at catcher too).

Pitching is by no means a wasteland, but as far as starters, I'd like to see them make a surge in the mid-levels in 2012 like we saw from hitters in 2011 (a breakout season for JC Sulbaran would be a great start). Overall, I was very happy with the system this year.

mace
09-09-2011, 11:02 AM
Yonder with four triples? Must been some big parks! :D



Kyle Waldrop with 9 is what gets my attention. That seems like an awful lot for a big kid who isn't yet 20. To me, his hitting has to be one of the more promising developments in the system this year.

And of course, Soto's.

The other guy who made his mark as a hitting prospect is Donald Lutz. Power, average, and a lot of progress for a good athlete who grew up in Germany.

Torreyes' season was not all that surprising. Nor was Grandal's (which, by the way, was put together very quietly.) Phipps' was, of course, but it was so anomalous that he still has some convincing to do. No doubt, though, it represented progress to a substantial degree.

And for some reason, we all seem a bit reluctant to acknowledge what Eric Campbell accomplished. I guess we need to see him do it for a whole season at AA.

Henry Rodriguez can hit. That, we knew.