Sunday, January 3, 2010

Lexington Legends: Michael Diaz

Michael Diaz
How did he get here?: Drafted, 37th Round (2007)
Stats: 5'10", 160 lbs, Bats/Throws: L/R
Age as of April 1, 2010: 22





Splits!
















SplitABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Season321.240/.286/.30847:1515-31
vs LHP50.160/.263/.1808:31-4
vs RHP270.256/.291/.33338:1214-27
Home148.189/.259/.23023:95-11
Away172.285/.311/.37823:610-20
Bases Empty189.212/.247/.28629:68-3
Runners On131.282/.340/.34417:97-28
w/RISP86.326/.379/.37214:74-26
May59.288/.354/.3053:51-3
June70.243/.293/.38611:34-7
July86.209/.236/.24417:23-13
August85.247/.293/.34111:47-8
September20.200/.238/.2004:10-0


Season Totals





YearK:BB RatioK/PA %K:BBXBH/H %
20083.0917.8%34:1134%
20093.1313.7%47:1519.5%


Diaz was all over the place for the Legends, getting at least one game at CF, SS, 1B, 2B, 3B, and DH. He spent most of his time as a DH, but defensively spent most of his time at 2B, where he posted a .981 Fld%.

If you noticed something off about the season totals, you were correct. Diaz got one AB with Corpus, and struck out. But I digress. If Diaz is going to be a DH, he'll need to hit the ball a little bit better. He doesn't strike out much, and his Away splits are more fun to look at than his Home splits, but still. However, his improving slash lines from bases empty to runners on to RISP are impressive.

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