Saturday, November 7, 2009

GCL Astros - John Frawley

Joining Rorabaugh as an undrafted free agent out of North Florida is that of reliever John Frawley. Frawley wraps up our look at the GCL Astros (as we'll take any players who were promoted with the higher-level team).

John Frawley
How did he get here?: Undrafted free agent
Stats: 6'2", 185 lbs, Throws: Right
Age as of April 1, 2010: 24

Season line: 2-0, 20IP, 0.90 ERA/0.90 WHIP, 25K:0BB, .243 BAA, 0HR


vs. LHB (3.2IP): 0.00 ERA/0.27 WHIP, 7K:0BB, .077 BAA
vs. RHB (16.1IP): 1.10 ERA/1.04 WHIP, 18K:0BB, .279 BAA

Home (8IP): 1.13 ERA/0.75 WHIP, 8K:0BB, .207 BAA
Away (12IP): 0.75 ERA/1.00 WHIP, 17K:0BB, .267 BAA

Bases Empty (8IP): 1.38 WHIP, 10K:0BB, .306 BAA
Runners on (12IP): 0.58 WHIP, 15K:3BB, .184 BAA
w/RISP (9.2IP): 0.41 WHIP, 13K:0BB, .138 BAA

August (7 games, 20IP): 0.90 ERA/0.90 WHIP, 25K:0BB, .243 BAA

K/9 Rate: 11.2
BB/9 Rate: 0.00
Groundout/Flyout Rate: 1.58
K:BB Ratio: INF

Talk about an August. Again, I know we're only talking about 20IP, but to come in and not walk anybody, with that K rate, Frawley started his professional career quite nicely. Similar to Rorabaugh, Frawley did his best work with runners on base and in scoring position, posting .184 and .138 BAAs, respectively.