Saturday, November 21, 2009

Greeneville Astros: Garrett Bullock

Long-time Astros fan Garrett Bullock came out of Wake Forest as an undrafted free agent.

Garrett Bullock
How did he get here?: Undrafted free agent
Stats: 6'3", 195 lbs, Throws: Left
Age as of April 1, 2010: 23

Splits (Greeneville only):















SplitIPERA/WHIPK:BBBAA
Season19.13.26/1.7615:13.276
wGCL132.77/1.8511:9.294
wGRN6.14.26/1.584:4.240
vs LHB2.17.71/1.292:2.111
vs RHB10.21.69/1.979:7.333
Home2.26.75/2.631:4.250
Away10.11.74/1.6510:5.308
Bases Empty5x/2.806:6.333
Runners On8x/1.255:3.259
w/RISP5.1x/1.134:2.200
July0.227.00/6.000:1.750
August12.11.46/1.6211:8.255


(Season total)
K/9 Rate: 7.0
BB/9 Rate: 6.1
Groundout/Flyout Rate: 1.77
K:BB Ratio: 1.15

Bullock started out with the GCL, where he threw 6IP, and was brought up to Greeneville on July 30. We're talking about an incredibly small sample size, so when a reliever gets 13 innings at one level, and then gives up 2ER in 0.2IP - his first game in Greeneville, it's going to screw some things up. So luckily, since he played 10 games for Greeneville, we can see the game-by-game breakdown. In his 10 Greeneville games, Bullock gave up earned runs in two of them, he had 3+ out appearances in seven of the ten, and didn't give up an earned run in any of them (because, well, if you give up earned runs as a reliever, you're not going to be sticking around). He had two perfect outings in those ten games, so the walks are obviously going to need to come down.

1 comment:

Steve Duer said...

Bullock came out of WF with the reports of having a great pick off move. That pick off move because balks in the Appy League.

Of course when folks brag on your pick off move, it also means you have guys on first a fair amount.