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Kc61
09-27-2011, 12:51 PM
Last report of the season. Reds go 4-6, now 78-82, guaranteed a below .500 record, three games over .500 at home, seven under .500 on the road. Reds have a plus 17 RS/RA which is third in the division behind Milwaukee and St. Louis. Reds firmly in third place in NL Central. Last year, Reds won 91 games, so at best Reds will be 11 games worse than last year. Reds RS/RA allowed last year was plus 105, so big drop off to plus 17.

Offense - Reds team OPS is .735, fifth in the NL. At last report, was .741. Reds SLG is .408, fifth in NL. Reds team OBP is .327, fourth in NL. Reds BA is .257, seventh in NL. Reds are third in overall runs scored in NL with 724, behind Cards and slightly behind Rockies.

Some new and different stats: Reds with 17 triples, next to last in NL. Reds with 62 HBP, second most in NL. Reds with 50 intentional walks, eighth in NL. Reds with 30.5 at bats per home run, best rate in NL except for Brewers.

Reds team BABIP, eighth in NL, is .298. Reds wOBA .321, fifth in NL. Reds wRC+ fourth in NL at 98.

Some individual OPS numbers: Votto .950, Philliips .811, Bruce .809, Stubbs .680. With fewer at bats are Heisey .807, Hernandez .788, Cairo .742, Hanigan .714, Rolen .676, Renteria .656, Janish .515 (with 331 official at bats).

Stubbs with 40 steals, 9 CS, 204 strikeouts, 62 walks, 92 runs.
Phillips hitting .300 going into final two games, 82 RBI, 94 runs, 182 hits.
Votto with 102 RBI, 127 Ks and 108 BBs, 40 doubles, 184 hits.
Bruce with 95 RBI, .340 OBP, 157 Ks, 70 BBs, 31 homers.

Of new guys, Alonso with .964 OPS, Cozart in short stay with .811, Frazier .748, Francisco .719, Mesoraco .634, Sappelt .607. (Some small samples).

D-Train with 1.067 OPS in 30 at bats.

Pitching - Team ERA of 4.17, last year 4.01. Starters ERA 4.47, fourteenth among NL teams and much worse than league average 3.95. Reds bullpen ERA 3.61, ninth in NL, league average is 3.58.

Reds with 38 saves, next last in NL. Reds with 2275 total bases allowed, third most in the NL. Reds team WHIP 1.33, eleventh in NL. Reds with 51 wild pitches, tied for 5th-6th in NL.

Reds FIP of 4.37 worst in the NL. Reds xFIP of 4.11 next to worst.

Cueto ERA of 2.31. Cordero BA against .199. Bray 35 hits allowed in 47.1 innings. Ondrusek 41 Ks in 61.1 innings. Arredondo 1.42 WHIP. Chapman 23 hits allowed in 49 innings. LeCure .207 BA against. Masset 1.54 WHIP. Leake 1.17 WHIP. Bailey 4.43 ERA. Wood .293 BA against. Willis 5.00 ERA. Arroyo 218 hits allowed in 191 innings. Volquez 100 hits and 64 walks allowed in 101.2 innings.

Fielding - Reds with 90 errors, fifth best in NL, last year only 72. Reds second best fielding team in NL by UZR. Reds and Padres tied for DER lead in NL at .706 according to MLB.com.

Reds with only 5 passed balls, only Brewers better in NL with 4. (Reds Sox with 32, Mets with 26).

Next year, folks.

RedsBaron
09-27-2011, 02:18 PM
Disappointing season. Among the "regulars" Votto and Phillips are the only players with whom I am not disappointed to at least some degree. Among the pitchers Cueto, Leake and Cordero are the only ones whom I am really pleased.
Jay Bruce made some progress as compared to last season but I expected much more.
I wasn't surprised that Scott Rolen couldn't remain healthy. Sadly he is probably more or less done. Drew Stubbs stole bases and played good defense but didn't hit as well as I had hoped. Arroyo, Bailey and Volquez were all disappointments.

Captain Hook
09-27-2011, 02:52 PM
Disappointing season. Among the "regulars" Votto and Phillips are the only players with whom I am not disappointed to at least some degree. Among the pitchers Cueto, Leake and Cordero are the only ones whom I am really pleased.
Jay Bruce made some progress as compared to last season but I expected much more.
I wasn't surprised that Scott Rolen couldn't remain healthy. Sadly he is probably more or less done. Drew Stubbs stole bases and played good defense but didn't hit as well as I had hoped. Arroyo, Bailey and Volquez were all disappointments.

Not only disappointing but the reason the Reds were out of the race more then a month ago.I really expected a lot from those three this year and without a dramatic improvement from at least two of them the Reds will be in trouble again next year.You just can't have 3/5 of you rotation be so bad and expect to win anything.

TRF
09-27-2011, 03:05 PM
Drew Stubbs turned into... what the Reds think Stubbs is. I guess. They certainly don't know what he is.

Mike Leake was to me the biggest surprise. Considering his off field issue, lack of professional experience and the overall averageness (I'm copwriting this as a word) of his stuff, he did really well.

BP should be in line for another GG. He should also win the Silver Slugger award for 2B as well. He was the best 2B in the NL this year.

3B, SS, LF and CF were offensive black holes. CF was probably the most productive. Boggles the mind.

Kc61
09-27-2011, 03:05 PM
The Reds had a lot of sub-.700 OPS at bats this year:

Stubbs 595 at bats at .680 OPS
Rolen 252 at bats at .676
Renteria 292 at bats at .656
Lewis 183 at bats at .638
Janish 331 at bats at .515

The Reds also had a lot of 5.00 ERA or above innings pitched:

Willis 75.2 innings at 5.00 ERA
Arroyo 191 innings at 5.09
Volquez 101.2 innings at 5.84.

And close by is Wood with 106 innings at 4.84.

RedLegsToday
09-27-2011, 04:14 PM
Going into tonight, the Reds have given 88 starts to pitchers with a combined 5.36 era in those starts:

Arroyo, 31, 191 ip, 5.09 era
Volquez, 19, 101.2 ip, 5.84 era
Wood, 18, 101 ip, 5.08 era
D-Train, 13, 75.2 ip, 5.00 era
LeCure, 4, 20.2 ip, 4.79 era
Maloney, 2, 3.2 ip, 22.09 era!
Reineke, 1, 6.1ip, 7.11 era

88 starts, 500ip, 5.364 era, 38/88 quality starts