How did he get here?: Drafted, 3rd Round, compensation pick (2009)
Stats: 6'1", 195 lbs, Bats: Switch Throws: Right
Age as of April 1, 2010: 19
Season line: 62 games, 259 PAs. 42x221 - .190/.301/.299 - 15XBH-27RBI. 69K:36BB
vs. LHP (47ABs): .106/.300/.106, 18K:13BB, 0XBH-1RBI
vs. RHP (174ABs): .213/.302/.351, 51K:23BB, 15XBH-26RBI
Home (108ABs): .176/.308/.296, 32K:21BB, 7XBH-15RBI
Away (113ABs): .204/.295/.301, 37K:15BB, 8XBH-12RBI
Bases Empty (108ABs): .139/.262/.241, 36K:18BB, 6XBH-2RBI
Runners on (113ABs): .239/.338/.354, 33K:18BB, 9XBH-25RBI
w/RISP (75ABs): .227/.355/.373, 21K:16BB, 7XBH-16RBI
June (27ABs): .148/.207/.185, 7K:2BB, 1XBH-2RBI
July (97ABs): .227/.348/.289, 30K:18BB, 6XBH-13RBI
August (93ABs): .172/.288/.355, 31K:16BB, 8XBH-12RBI
September (4ABs): .000/.000/.000, 1K:0BB, 0XBH-0RBI
K/PA rate: 26.6%
XBH/H rate: 35.7%
K:BB ratio: 1.92
Meyer spent all of his 62 games at 3B, committing 16 errors in 201 chances for a .920 Fld%.
Despite leading the team in strikeouts, Meyer also drew 36 walks, for a K:BB ratio under 2.00. But let's not read too much into this, as he came out of Simi Valley High School and skipped the GCL. So he's still a young guy. He started slowly, and was 3x34 in his last ten games of the season for a .088/.238/.265 line.
Citizen Steve, what say you on Jonathan Meyer?
Looks older than 18, and has a solid glove, making several amazing plays. Still struggling to catch up to pro-pitching.