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    Just Some Numbers...

    ...to look at while in the game thread tonight.

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    Player	%strks	obp	slg	ops	pa/bb	pa/k	pit/pa
    griffey	60.2	0.424	0.586	1.010	6.3	9.9	3.9
    hatte	60.4	0.349	0.371	0.720	10.0	15.7	3.7
    valentn	61.0	0.327	0.318	0.645	7.4	52.0	3.4
    dunn	62.3	0.366	0.586	0.952	7.7	3.0	4.2
    freel	63.2	0.343	0.375	0.718	10.3	7.2	4.1
    kepping	63.2	0.400	0.250	0.650	5.0	und	3.8
    hopper	64.1	0.278	0.278	0.556	und	6.0	3.4
    ross	64.3	0.220	0.305	0.525	34.0	2.8	4.2
    hamiltn	65.3	0.336	0.531	0.867	9.8	5.3	3.6
    conine	66.4	0.333	0.441	0.774	9.8	7.8	3.4
    cruz	66.7	0.000	0.000	0.000	und	und	3.0
    encarn	67.6	0.301	0.287	0.588	12.8	6.1	3.7
    castro	68.8	0.227	0.238	0.465	22.5	3.8	3.2
    gonzo	68.9	0.304	0.474	0.778	18.6	6.2	3.6
    moeller	69.1	0.222	0.222	0.444	und	4.5	3.6
    phillps	69.4	0.330	0.466	0.796	19.7	8.0	3.6
    							
    team	64.8%	0.321	0.419	0.740	9.9	4.7	3.8
    %strks is the percentage of total pitches that a batter has seen that are strikes.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Ross's numbers are almost funny.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Bottomline, we don't see enough pitches per PA.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Even funnier, David Ross is 0 for 9 against Peavy with 5 K's. On the flipside, Chad Moeller is 3 for 8 with 1 K against Peavy.


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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    What is Juan Castro doing on a major league roster? If we were to get back in contention this year we need to cut Castro and trade for some bench help if there's none in the minors.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Those numbers can't be right. They show that Hatteberg, in stark contrast to what I've heard ad infinitum, sees fewer pitches per at bat than people like Ross, Dunn, and Freel, whom I've heard ad infinitum don't know what they're doing at the plate.
    Makes all the routine posts.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Also note that Conine gives you a professional at-bat, and does it rather quickly at 3.4 pitches per at-bat. And it is amazing that Ross takes so many pitches (he actually has the highest pitch/pa) yet walks so rarely.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    And it is amazing that Ross takes so many pitches (he actually has the highest pitch/pa) yet walks so rarely.
    1 ball surrounded by 3 swinging strikes - seems about right to me.
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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Also note that Conine gives you a professional at-bat, and does it rather quickly at 3.4 pitches per at-bat. And it is amazing that Ross takes so many pitches (he actually has the highest pitch/pa) yet walks so rarely.
    I'm guessing pitchers aren't exactly afraid of piking it against Ross. When your OBP is lower than a bad players BA, you have serious problems.

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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    A .465 OPS.

    His glove should freaking hum wizard songs when he wears it with a .465 OPS.
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    Re: Just Some Numbers...

    Just looked it up. There are 62 players in MLB that have a higher SLG% than Juan Castro's .465 OPS and 2 players (Bonds & Helton) that have a higher OBP than Juan Castro's .465 OPS.

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