Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Tri-City ValleyCats: Nick Stanley

Nick Stanley
How did he get here?: Drafted, 25th Round (2009)
Stats: 6'2", 195 lbs, Bats/Throws: L/R
Age as of April 1, 2010: 22

Splits!















SplitABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Season209.230/.308/.35445:2314-21
vs LHP61.180/.275/.21315:82-4
vs RHP148.250/.321/.41230:1512-17
Home93.290/.380/.45213:149-14
Away116.181/.246/.27632:95-7
Bases Empty108.250/.341/.36120:148-2
Runners On101.208/.270/.34725:96-19
w/RISP64.219/.282/.40615:65-18
June23.174/.367/.4356:72-5
July80.200/.273/.31318:86-6
August90.267/.323/.36715:75-8
September16.250/.294/.3756:11-2


Season Total
K:BB Ratio: 1.96
K/PA %: 19.2%
XBH/H %: 29.2%

Stanley was solid in his 60 games at 1B, committing six errors in 528 chances for a .989 Fld%.

August was the high point of Stanley's rookie season, in which he posted a season-high .690 OPS, but he was a consistent .230 hitter, hitting .230 before the All Star Break (three-quarters of the way through the season), and .228 after. Where did he struggle? Against lefties. And on the road (.831 OPS at home, .522 on the road). Stanley also hit two homers in his first eight games, and three in the remaining 55 games.

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