Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Tri-City ValleyCats: Jhonny Medrano

Jhonny Medrano
How did he get here?: Signed contract prior to 2005 season
Stats: 6'1", 156 lbs, Bats/Throws: R/R
Age as of April 1, 2010: 22




Splits!















SplitABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Season169.213/.262/.28437:1010-23
vs LHP67.224/.274/.32815:45-8
vs RHP102.206/.255/.25522:65-15
Home90.189/.229/.27816:46-10
Away79.241/.299/.29121:64-13
Bases Empty84.190/.227/.27421:45-1
Runners On85.235/.295/.29416:65-22
w/RISP56.286/.344/.37510:55-22
June28.214/.290/.3216:33-3
July76.197/.244/.22417:42-8
August44.182/.196/.29510:12-6
September21.333/.417/.4294:22-6


Season Total
K:BB Ratio: 3.70
K/PA %: 15.3%
XBH/H %: 27.8%

Forty of Medrano's 41 games in the field were spent at 3B, where he committed 15 errors in 129 chances for a pedestrian .884 Fld%.

We've made the allotment in looking at Greeneville players of their first season in the States, and the same courtesy should be extended here. Medrano had spent the 2005-2007 seasons in the Venezuelan Summer League, and missed the 2008 season for reasons which I'm still looking for. In 2006-2007, Medrano had OPS' of .775 and .774, respectively, though his 2009 OPS was two points higher than his rookie season in '05, with a .544 OPS. Let's see if a second season produces a rebound before passing judgment.

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