Thursday, December 31, 2009

Updated Winter Ball stats - 12/31

Let's check back in with the WinterStros:

Dominican Winter League (hitters)






PlayerABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Cabral12.167/.167/.2502:01-2
Florentino4.250/.250/.2501:00-0
Yordany86.256/.281/.37212:36-8


Dominican Winter League (pitchers)










PlayerIPERA/WHIPK:BBBAA
Abad47.13.42/1.2032:15.240
Abreu9.22.79/1.559:4.306
Capellan25.13.55/1.9311:28.239
Gervacio6.22.70/1.357:5.174
Trinidad7.11.23/0.957:1.231
Valdez221.64/0.7321:2.171
Wright35.24.29/1.5740:22.256


Puerto Rican Winter League (hitters)






PlayerABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Bogusevic52.231/.322/.25017:61-3
Johnson67.313/.378/.47817:57-17
Maysonet56.339/.373/.4115:33-7


Puerto Rican Winter League (pitcher)




PlayerIPERA/WHIPK:BBBAA
Cruz20.00/1.001:1.143


Venezuelan Winter League (hitters)







PlayerABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Locke184.266/.345/.39146:2212-25
Navarro40.350/.426/.50010:44-9
Romero171.345/.423/.41519:1412-14
Sutil114.298/.357/.3517:96-9


Venezuelan Winter League (pitcher)








PlayerIPERA/WHIPK:BBBAA
Arugello6.20.00/1.055:0.250
Bazardo8.25.19/1.851:4.353
Chacin364.25/1.5021:12.302
Garcia1.113.50/3.753:2.429
Quevedo6.19.95/1.743:2.360

2 comments:

OremLK said...

The most surprising line for me is Jose Valdez's. Small sample size alert, but a 21K:2BB rate is far, far better than his numbers this year (he walked approximately one batter per two innings in '09). It is, however, closer to his career numbers, so that might be more his true talent level. I hope so.

The Constable. said...

Totally agree. K:BB ratios are my favorite stats because it's a little more independent than, say, BAA. Compare Valdez' K:BB to Capellan's and it's pretty easy to see who you'd rather have...