How did he get here?: Drafted in 15th Round (2009)
Stats: 6'0", 190 lbs, Bats: Right Throws: Right
Age as of April 1, 2010: 21
Season line: 40 games, 143 PAs. 28x128 - .219/.301/.281 - 7XBH-6RBI. 48K:14BB
vs. LHP (29ABs): .207/.381/.207, 11K:2BB, 0XBH-0RBI
vs. RHP (99ABs): .222/.306/.303, 37K:12BB, 7XBH-6RBI
Home (68ABs): .250/.329/.294, 24K:8BB, 3XBH-2RBI
Away (60ABs): .183/.269/.267, 24K:6BB, 4XBH-4RBI
Bases Empty (74ABs): .216/.293/.270, 30K:8BB, 4XBH-0RBI
Runners on (54ABs): .222/.311/.296, 18K:6BB, 3XBH-6RBI
w/RISP (35ABs): .171/.256/.257, 13K:4BB, 2XBH-5RBI
June (29ABs): .310/.375/.379, 8K:3BB, 1XBH-3RBI
July (43ABs): .163/.217/.209, 17K:3BB, 2XBH-1RBI
August (52ABs): .231/.344/.308, 22K:8BB, 4XBH-2RBI
September (4ABs): .000/.000/.000, 1K:0BB, 0XBH-0RBI
K/PA rate: 33.6%
XBH/H rate: 25%
K:BB ratio: 3.43
Humphrey spent all of his fielding time in the outfield - 30 games in LF and 12 in CF, committing four errors in 74 chances for a .946 Fld%, with one outfield assist.
This wasn't a pretty season by any means, but a rough July tanked Humphrey's numbers (going 7x43 with 17Ks). Still, that K:BB ratio is going to need to get better.
Citizen Steve, what say you on Ryan Humphrey?
Solid fielder but not much with the bat. Good athlete but not remarkable.
Let's hope for a good off-season/2010 for Ryan.