Monday, January 4, 2010

Lexington Legends: Russell Dixon

Russell Dixon
How did he get here?: Drafted, 7th Round (2007)
Stats: 6'2", 205 lbs, Bats/Throws: L/R
Age as of April 1, 2010: 24





Splits (further breakdown with Lexington)!















SplitABsBA/OBP/SLGK:BBXBH-RBI
Season288.226/.288/.29551:2315-24
vs LHP23.261/.292/.3915:01-4
vs RHP139.151/.232/.20924:138-9
Home100.160/.243/.20018:84-6
Away62.177/.235/.29011:55-7
Bases Empty83.145/.228/.16916:72-0
Runners On79.190/.253/.30413:67-13
w/RISP44.136/.220/.2278:44-11
April51.196/.328/.2945:73-4
May46.065/.065/.06512:00-2
August54.259/.305/.37011:46-7
September11.000/.154/.0001:20-0


Season Totals






YearK:BB RatioK/PA %K:BBXBH/H %
20073.7121.7%52:1429.8%
20082.5025.7%120:4827.1%
20092.2216.0%51:2323.1%


Dixon spent most of his time defensively in 2009 in RF, committing four errors for a .975 Fld%.

Dixon bounced around between Lexington and Tri-City in 2009, beginning the season in Lexington, and getting sent down after a disastrous May. He was brought back up on August 11 after hitting .302/.350/.373 for Tri-City in 38 games, where he put together a strong-ish August. Dixon doesn't strike out a lot, but his low average indicates something else at work. Whether it's bad luck or just hitting the ball where those pesky defenders are all the time, I'm not sure.

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