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    Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    First category: Minor League chicks dig the long ball.

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    PLAYER	AGE	TEAM	HR
    Hessman	35	AAA	25
    Waldrop	21	A+	21
    Duran	21	A+	20
    Silvrio	22	A+,AA	19
    Winker	19	A+	16
    Arias	21	A,A+	15
    Soto	24	AAA	15
    Mattair	24	AA	13
    Yorman	20	A+,AA	13
    Selsky	23	A,AA	13
    SMB	22	A,A+	11
    SmithM.	28	A+,AA	11
    LaMarre	24	AA,AAA	10
    Perez	28	AAA	10
    Ervin	20	RK,A	9
    Yorman is Yorman Rodriguez. SMB is Seth Mejias-Brean.

    Props to Mike Hessman who now has 400+ career home runs in all leagues total. Personally, I wouldn't mind seeing him come off the bench in September for the Reds. I guess roster spots are scarce though.
    A summer watching a bad Reds' team, is still a pretty good summer.

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    Re: Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    Yeah, Tex!

    You know, it's a shame that Marquez Smith's season was cut short. He was having about as good an offensive year as anyone in the system. Not sure what happened to him.

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    Re: Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    Starting pitcher's ERA:

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    PLAYER	   AGE	TEAM	ERA	IP 
    Lively	    21 	RK	0.88	41.0
    Constante   19	RK	1.86	38.2
    De Sousa    21	RK	2.38	56.2
    Reynolds    27	LOU	2.42	156.1
    Stephenson  20	A/A+/AA	2.99	114.1
    Pino	    29	AA/AAA	2.99	132.1
    Morillo	    21	RK	3.02	59.2
    Crabbe	    25	AA/AAA	3.06	153.0
    Arias	    19	RK	3.11	63.2
    Rogers	    23	AA/AAA	3.21	140.0
    Smith, J.   25	AA	3.26	160.0
    Aybar	    20	RK	3.31	51.2
    Dyer	    25	A+	3.45	107.0
    Contreras   22	A+/AA	3.47	132.1
    Dennick	    26	AA/AAA	3.82	122.2
    Cisco	    21	A	3.86	130.2
    Kivel	    19	RK	3.91	50.2
    Ellis	    26	A+/AA	3.96	77.1
    Renken	    23	AA	3.99	142.0
    Moscot	    21	A+/AA	4.30	146.2
    Damian	    20	RK	4.39	53.1
    Villarreal  25	AAA	4.43	109.2
    Travieso    19	A	4.63	81.2
    Veras	    19	RK	4.66	48.1
    Guillon     21	A       4.75	121.1
    A summer watching a bad Reds' team, is still a pretty good summer.

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    Re: Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    Most of us, I think, would reflexively pick Stephenson as the organizational pitcher of the year. (I, for one, picked him as player of the year in another thread.) But upon further review, I'm not sure that's fair to Greg Reynolds.

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    Re: Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    Tim Crabbe's strikes out were down a third from 2012. But his walk rate was halved this season. He may find himself in the bigs as a result. Maybe a Logan Ondrusek type career.
    A summer watching a bad Reds' team, is still a pretty good summer.

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    Re: Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Tim Crabbe's strikes out were down a third from 2012. But his walk rate was halved this season. He may find himself in the bigs as a result. Maybe a Logan Ondrusek type career.
    Aim higher TD. I've been thinking JJ Hoover for Crabbe and Sam Lecure for Sharky Rogers.
    "All I can tell them is pick a good one and sock it." --BABE RUTH

    Having better players makes "the right time" or "the big hit" happen a lot more often. PLUS PLUS

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    Re: Minor League Organizational Leaders - 2013

    I'm not as handy with the tables as texasdave, but glancing at the leaders on baseballreference.com I was kind of surprised--probably shouldn't have been--that Mejias-Brean stood at or near the top of so many categories. He was first in hits (150), doubles (36) and RBIs (82). Third in total bases (Silverio, Waldrop) and tied for third in runs (with Winker, two behind Hamilton and Arias). Fifth in batting average. Sixth in OPS. (Counting guys with at least 200 PAs.)


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