Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Lexington Legends: Jeff Hulett

Jeff Hulett
How did he get here?: Drafted, 12th Round (2008)
Stats: 6'0", 185 lbs, Bats/Throws: R/R
Age as of April 1, 2010: 22





Splits (with Lexington, following the season totals)!
















SplitABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Season161.236/.302/.28054:125-16
w/TRI53.189/.246/.20823:31-1
w/LEX108.259/.328/.31531:94-15
vs LHP29.310/.394/.4486:33-5
vs RHP79.241/.303/.26625:61-10
Home51.216/.298/.25517:52-4
Away57.298/.354/.36814:42-11
Bases Empty58.207/.292/.25918:62-0
Runners On50.320/.368/.38013:32-15
w/RISP29.310/.333/.4148:22-15
July20.250/.286/.3505:12-3
August72.236/.313/.26420:71-12
September16.375/.444/.5006:11-0


Season Totals





YearK:BB RatioK/PA %K:BBXBH/H %
20083.5533.1%39:1120%
20094.5030.2%54:1213.2%


Hulett spent 27 of his 28 games in the field for Lexington at 3B, committing 11 errors for an .863 Fld%. He also spent time at 1B, 2B, C, and DH between Lexington and Tri-City.

Hulett was hitting .189/.246/.208 in 19 games at Tri-City when, naturally, he got promoted to Lexington (I think it was a playing time issue, and I'm not being snarky). And he fared much, better, hitting .259/.328/.315 for the Legends over the remaining 32 games of the season. Still, Hulett has only put together 297 plate appearances, so there's not much to base any judgments on - but I do like those Runners On/RISP splits. And I also like the away splits over the home splits. Let's see what a full season in Lexington can bring.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Astros released Hulett a couple weeks ago

http://www.baseballamerica.com/blog/prospects/?p=7417

The Constable. said...

You're absolutely right. See new post. Thanks, Anonymous!