Originally Posted by dougdirt
In Billings, his K rate was 17.7%. That is 0.1% lower than where it was in Bakersfield and 0.7% lower than where it is in Pensacola. Yes, it is better than it was in Dayton. But it isn't any better than it was the year before that.
And it's high A and AA vs. rookie ball. His combined rookie ball rate was 20.7%.
BTW...a K rate of 18% is not bad. That would place him 27th in the national league.