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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    I realize that RBIs are not a rock-solid stat--luck and lineups and all--but I do think that certain guys have a knack for them. And I think Juan Francisco is one.

    Anyway, here's RBIs:

    Juan Francisco 60
    Chris Heisey 56
    Todd Frazier 54
    Cody Puckett 54
    Byron Wiley 50
    Wes Bankston 49
    Kevin Barker 46
    Yonder Alonso 45
    Denis Phipps 44
    Zack Cozart 44
    Carlos Mendez 40
    Neftali Soto 35
    David Sappelt 35
    Miguel Rojas 33
    A Bunch of Guys 31

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    HR:

    Juan Francisco 18
    Kevin Barker 17
    Chris Heisey 16
    Cody Puckett 15
    Wes Bankston 13
    Todd Frazier 12
    Daniel Dorn 11
    Byron Wiley 10
    Jonny Gomes 9
    Sean Henry 9
    Neftali Soto 9
    Zack Cozart 9
    Yonder Alonso 8
    Darnell McDonald 7
    Last edited by mace; 07-25-2009 at 02:42 PM.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Francisco is a misunderstood prospect. He doesn't walk, a real problem. He makes lots of errors at third, a real problem.

    But for a power hitter, he seems to make good contact especially with men on base. He also has a high RBI total every year. And lots of extra base hits.

    His strikeout numbers are not low, but for a power hitter they are pretty reasonable.

    This is why I've always supported him on RedsZone. Like you say, he has a knack.

    He's probably a year younger than his level indicates. My guess is he stays at AA next year and tries to show some polish and advancement.

    I still consider him a top ten Reds prospect, although to read RedsZone you would think he's just a scrub.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    ERA:

    9 - 30 IP

    Donnie Joseph 0.68
    Tyler Cline 1.00
    Tzu-Kai Chiu 1.10
    Harold Johnson 1.38
    Raul Rodriguez 1.50
    Mark Serrano 1.88
    Nathan Driessen 1.89
    Derrik Lutz 1.99
    Pedro Villarreal 2.14
    Jose Marizan 2.25
    Eqezuiel Infante 2.25
    Marcos Molina 3.00

    > 30 IP

    Travis Wood 1.21
    Logan Ondrusek 1.40
    Zach Stewart 1.62
    Luis Machuca 1.72
    Radhames Quezada 1.84
    Enerio Del Rosario 2.04
    Mace Thurman 2.40
    Robert Manuel 2.40
    Justin Lehr 2.48
    Josh Beal 2.50
    Matt Maloney 2.51
    Joseph Krebs 2.55
    Jeff Kennard 2.72
    Philippe Valiquette 2.79
    James Avery 2.89
    Matt Fairel 3.04
    Jordan Hotchkiss 3.04

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    I like Drew Stubbs. Love his future ability as a leadoff hitter, actually.

    But I still have a hard time seeing why anyone could take him right now over Chris Heisey. That boy has done everything humanly expected or asked of him. He's moved up to AAA, on the same level as Stubbs, and barely skipped a beat. If, and I don't think this will happen but it's nice to think about, he can maintain this power, why not envision an outfield of Heisey, Stubbs and Bruce? Move Frazier to third. Trade Alonso and therein you have your future Reds, provided they can find a shortstop (or maybe Doug's wish comes true and that winds up being Cozart).
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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Francisco is a misunderstood prospect. He doesn't walk, a real problem. He makes lots of errors at third, a real problem.

    But for a power hitter, he seems to make good contact especially with men on base. He also has a high RBI total every year. And lots of extra base hits.

    His strikeout numbers are not low, but for a power hitter they are pretty reasonable.

    This is why I've always supported him on RedsZone. Like you say, he has a knack.

    He's probably a year younger than his level indicates. My guess is he stays at AA next year and tries to show some polish and advancement.

    I still consider him a top ten Reds prospect, although to read RedsZone you would think he's just a scrub.
    Potential is the big deal with Fransisco. He has such amazing power but power will only get you so far. He could turn into a very good player or he could turn into the pitching version of Daniel Cabrera.

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Yonder Alonso still has the eighth-most RBI's even though he's already missed over a month due to an injury.

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    Update -- OBP

    (arbitrarily started at 130 plate appearances, since Rosales has 125)

    1. Byron Wiley 399
    2. Henry Rodriguez 390
    3. Juan Silva 382
    4. Chris Heisey 391
    5. Drew Sutton 381
    6. Kevin Barker 376
    7. Miguel Chacoa 373
    8. Ronald Galindez 369
    9. Zach Cozart 361
    10. Humberto Sosa 357
    Darnell McDonald 357
    12. Josh Fellhauer 355
    13. Yonder Alonso 354
    14. Drew Stubbs 353
    15. Todd Frazier 352
    16. D.D. Gregorius 351
    17. Chris Denove 350
    18. Ariel Baez 348
    19. Carlos Mendez 340
    20. Samuel Diaz 339
    21. Danny Dorn 337
    Kyle Day 337
    Kevin Coddington 337
    24. Yorman Rodriguez 333
    25. David Sappelt 330
    Danny Richar 330

    Rookie leaguers who would be included but are a few PAs short: Efrain Contreras 395, William Moreno 390, Theodis Bowe 384, Chris Richburg 382, Jose Quintero 379
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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Starting Pitchers WHIP

    (minimum 5 starts)

    1. Mark Serrano 0.846
    2. Justin Lehr 8.889
    3. Tyler Cline 0.987
    4. Jacob Johnson 1.009
    5. Travis Wood 1.036
    6. Luis Machuca 1.116
    7. Starlin Gerson 1.158
    8. Matt Maloney 1.161
    9. Justin Walker 1.181
    10. (Zach Stewart) 1.233
    11. Pedro Villareal 1.250
    12. Jonathan Correa 1.258
    13. Sam Lecure 1.264
    14. Lance Janke 1.271
    15. Scott Carroll 1.279
    16. Matt Klinker 1.280
    16. Tom Cochran 1.280
    18. Matt Fairel 1.282
    19. James Avery 1.286
    20. Radhames Quezada 1.294

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    I know it's early on some of these guys, but the numbers being posted by some this year aren't too bad, are they?
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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Relievers WHIP

    (minimum 20 innings. less than 5 starts.)

    1. Donnie Joseph 0.900
    2. Logan Ondrusek 0.910
    3. Enerio Del Rosario 0.941
    4. Tzu-Kai Chiu 9.89
    5. Ezequiel Infante 1.000
    -- Nathan Driessen 1.000
    7. Mace Thurman 1.027
    8. Jordan Hotchkiss 1.119
    9. Jeff Kennard 1.184
    10. Jesus Adames 1.200
    11. Steve Otterness 1.204
    12. Joe Krebs 1.229
    13. Philippe Valiquette 1.232
    14. Derrik Lutz 1.235
    15. Jose Marizan 1.300

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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Does anyone think Jeff Kennard deserves a look before the season ends? He's had a long path to AAA, but he's done an excellent job since joining the Bats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camisadelgolf View Post
    Does anyone think Jeff Kennard deserves a look before the season ends? He's had a long path to AAA, but he's done an excellent job since joining the Bats.
    I would not be surprised if he is recalled when Dickerson hits the DL. They dropped to 11 pitchers when Harang went on the DL and Rolen was activated. They'll use Dickerson's spot to add a pitcher IMO. Wells to the rotation; Kennard to the pen.
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    Re: Organizational Leaders

    Kennard is not on 40 list are they going to put Dickerson on 60DL to open roster for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEETTLEBUG View Post
    Kennard is not on 40 list are they going to put Dickerson on 60DL to open roster for him?
    Nope but Harang, Richar or any of many others could be put there.
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