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    Organizational Leaders

    I'm not adept enough to do it, but if anybody's so inclined and it's not a great deal of trouble, it would be interesting to periodically see the Reds' minor-league leaders in various categories (including the rookie teams). The top 10-20 in such as . . .

    Hitting:

    AB
    H
    Ave
    OBP
    Slg
    OPS
    BB
    HR
    Total Bases
    RBI
    SB
    K/AB
    Whatever Else

    Pitching:

    IP
    ERA
    WHIP
    K
    K/9
    BB/9
    Sv
    Whatever Else
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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Hitting:

    Chris Heisey 399 PA
    Chris Heisey 117 H
    Chris Heisey .340 BA
    Chris Heisey .413 OBP
    Chris Heisey .561 SLG
    Chris Heisey .974 OPS
    Byron Wiley 47 BB
    Kevin Barker 17 HR
    Chris Heisey 193 TB
    Chris Heisey, Juan Francisco 56 RBI
    Drew Stubbs 36 SB
    Petr Cech 6.45 K% (only 31 PA)
    Norris Hopper 3.88 K% (no longer in the organization)
    Miguel Rojas 8.50 K%

    Pitching:

    Travis Wood 119.0 IP
    Travis Wood 1.21 ERA
    Tyler Cline 0.852 WHIP (only 27 IP)
    Enerio Del Rosario 0.920 WHIP
    Travis Wood 103 K
    Justin Walker 8.6 K/9 (only 25 IP)
    Jeremy Ware 0.5 BB/9 (only 18 IP)
    Josh Roenicke 11 SV

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Thanks, man. Would still love to see a list 10-20 deep on those categories, but that's a good start. One interesting number is Miguel Rojas' K rate. Another is Wiley's walks.

    Also, the DSL club has a guy named Porfirio Martinez with 11 saves. He's 19 years old.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    So Chris Heisey is doing pretty well this year?

    Is there a link that sorts those stats Morrissey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer Bailey View Post
    So Chris Heisey is doing pretty well this year?

    Is there a link that sorts those stats Morrissey?
    Here's what I used:
    http://www.baseball-reference.com/te...-batting.shtml
    http://www.baseball-reference.com/te...pitching.shtml

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Holy cow, that's awesome. Who knew? (Well, you, obviously . . . and Doug, I'm sure . . . )

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    OK, then, I've got time for the top 20 in OBP. Minimum 50 PA--which isn't much, but the rookie leagues haven't been going on all that long.

    Ricardo Quintero 417
    Chris Heisey 411
    Christopher Richburg 408
    Byron Wiley 392
    Yimmy Lopez 388
    William Moreno 385
    Theodis Bowe 381
    Josh Fellhauer 378
    Zack Cozart 370
    Todd Frazier 368
    Shane Carlson 368
    Drew Stubbs 367
    Drew Sutton 367
    Chris Denove 364
    Kevin Barker 362
    Yonder Alonso 360
    Efrain Contreras 358
    Yorman Rodriguez 354
    Henry Rodriguez 351
    Kyle Day 349
    Mariekson (Dee Dee) Gregorius 349
    Ronald Galindez 349

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    Quote Originally Posted by mace View Post
    OK, then, I've got time for the top 20 in OBP. Minimum 50 PA--which isn't much, but the rookie leagues haven't been going on all that long.

    Ricardo Quintero 417
    Chris Heisey 411
    Christopher Richburg 408
    Byron Wiley 392
    Yimmy Lopez 388
    William Moreno 385
    Theodis Bowe 381
    Josh Fellhauer 378
    Zack Cozart 370
    Todd Frazier 368
    Shane Carlson 368
    Drew Stubbs 367
    Drew Sutton 367
    Chris Denove 364
    Kevin Barker 362
    Yonder Alonso 360
    Efrain Contreras 358
    Yorman Rodriguez 354
    Henry Rodriguez 351
    Kyle Day 349
    Mariekson (Dee Dee) Gregorius 349
    Ronald Galindez 349

    It's a shame that the people that actually matter don't care about this stat.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Is there a way to post these guys' "in scoring position percentage?" I heard from Dusty that this is a very important stat in valuing players.
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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Quote Originally Posted by Plus Plus View Post
    Is there a way to post these guys' "in scoring position percentage?" I heard from Dusty that this is a very important stat in valuing players.
    Lol!

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Slugging Pct:

    Chris Heisey 560
    Darnell McDonald 556
    Kevin Barker 518
    Josh Fellhauer 515
    Todd Frazier 507
    Byron Wiley 506
    Yonder Alonso 470
    Carlos Sanchez 466
    Drew Sutton 464
    Cody Puckett 463
    Sean Conner 457
    Juan Francisco 451
    Daniel Dorn 445
    Wes Bankston 444
    Danny Richar 442
    Zack Cozart 443
    Brian Peterson 437
    Sean Henry 419
    Humberto Sosa 415
    Chris Denove 407
    David Sappelt 400

    I was kind of whimsical about including guys who have been in Cincinnati. Had I included Rosales and Gomes, they'd be 1-2. I included Richar, McDonald and Sutton because they've played the great majority of the season in Louisville.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    OPS:

    Chris Heisey 971
    Byron Wiley 898
    Darnell McDonald 894
    Josh Fellhauer 893
    Kevin Barker 880
    Todd Frazier 875
    Drew Sutton 837
    Yonder Alonso 830
    Zack Cozart 803
    Cody Puckett 791
    Carlos Sanchez 778
    Chris Denove 770
    Daniel Dorn 767
    Danny Richar 767
    Theodis Bowe 766
    Humberto Sosa 760
    Sean Conner 759
    Sean Henry 750
    William Moreno 750
    Wes Bankston 744

    Again, Rosales and Gomes would be way up there. And Darnell McDonald is having a pretty nice year.

    The biggest surprise, to me, is Chris Denove.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    WHIP

    9-30 IP

    Harold Johnson .667
    Nathan Driessen .800
    Ezequiel Infante .812
    Tzu-Kai Chiu .825
    Carlos Fisher .833
    Tyler Cline .852
    Donnie Joseph .857
    Chris Kelly .931
    Jesus Adames 1.000
    Ben Davis 1.029

    > 30 IP

    Luis Machuca .871
    Justin Lehr .884
    Enerio Del Rosario .920
    Logan Ondrusek .934
    Travis Wood .966
    Robert Manuel .977
    Mace Thurman 1.051
    Matt Maloney 1.059
    Jeff Kennard 1.128
    Scott Carroll 1.140
    Starlin Gerson 1.142
    Steven Otterness 1.150
    Sam Lecure 1.189
    Zach Stewart 1.213
    Lance Janke 1.227

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    K / BB:

    9 -30 IP

    Jeremy Ware 16.00
    Tzu-Kai Chiu 9.00
    Justin Walker 8.00
    Ben Davis 7.00
    Nathan Driessen 6.00
    Blair Carson 6.00
    Josh Roenicke 5.80
    Carlos Fisher 5.25
    Ezequiel Infante 4.00
    Brian Pearl 4.00

    > 30 IP

    Matt Maloney 6.85
    Justin Freeman 5.80
    Enerio Del Rosario 5.50
    Matt Klinker 4.73
    Robert Manuel 4.00
    Justin Lehr 3.60
    Lance Janke 3.43
    Zach Stewart 3.30
    Jordan Hotchkiss 3.08
    Homer Bailey 3.04
    Mace Thurman 3.00
    Jeff Kennard 3.00
    Matt Fairel 2.81
    Travis Wood 2.78
    Sam Lecure 2.72

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    BTW, this link is organized slightly differently than the other, in that it lists everybody in the system in one chart.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...=CIN&year=2009


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