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Sunday, January 23, 2005
 
the international
league.

yes here it is no more fuckin around we finished the analysis of the major leagues basically maybe i'll do some sort of wrap-up or something but look at what else there is to do: the minor leagues! now we're gonna get down to it. now we're gonna see if the wal con pow system has any teeth.

we've ordered by age because the younger the player, the better the prospect. data is from the baseball cube. i think they do age at end of season. then they're sorted by name because some of these guys played for two teams (in the internationl league. others played for teams in other leagues, but that (those?) data are not presented here (why do i have all these parentheses (i'm running amock. i have to be careful or it'll start to look like emoticons (:)).)?))

yeah.


player tm age aab w k hr 23 wal con pow avg
B.J. Upton tbd 20 264 45 72 12 18 .146 .727 .156 .311


baseball prospectus is like "look how cool we are" but all they do is find young players in the upper minors. oh, sorry, they program computers to do it. i'm not bitter.

bj upton is good. he's got to get his strikeouts under control but he's got time to do that. in the majors at 20 = good.


Dioner Navarro nyy 20 140 15 17 1 10 .097 .879 .089 .250


this kid is about to be a star. i rated him #15 in my top prospect list last year, and he keeps improving. the one thing you can count on with young players is improved power, and once that happens, he'll be mashing everything in sight.


David Wright nym 21 116 18 19 8 8 .134 .836 .165 .298


i had him at #11 last year, but i expected him to take longer than he did. instead, he pulled a reversal, improving every time he was promoted.


Robinson Cano nyy 21 218 19 27 6 11 .080 .876 .089 .259


i've never heard of this guy before, but he can obviously hit. ok, i've heard of him, but i don't remember him. what is he, a middle infielder? let's find out.

wow. 35 extra-base hits at trenton last year indicate he has power. will the rookie of the year be a yankee? where do the yankees keep getting these prospects? yes, yes, i know. san pedro de macoris.

rookie of the year discussions are pointless because it all depends on playing time and when they're debuted. which makes the rookie of the year a pointless award. but anyway this kid's gonna make it. big time.

what else do we got?


Corey Hart mil 22 447 44 92 15 37 .090 .794 .146 .281


wow, after a successful career in music, he's turning to baseball. and he's only 22! i wonder if he still wears his sunglasses.

i know, i crack you up. but this kid is gonna make it. he's made great strides in contact the last three years, improving despite a jump in level. he's young. he's strong. the brewers got a lot of promise comin out of the bushes with weeks, hardy, fielder, hart, i don't know who else but hopefully they got a couple pitchers.


Dave Kryznel mil 22 260 23 65 6 14 .081 .750 .103 .276


kryznel also has talent. he's got farther to go though because he has neither the contact nor the power of hart. and he plays outfield. but he's left-handed. he could do it.


Grady Sizemore cle 22 427 50 72 8 32 .105 .831 .113 .288


nmber 14 prospect last year. now in the show. sky's the limit.


Guillermo Quiroz tor 22 257 31 54 8 20 .108 .790 .138 .227


look at his batting average and you might wonder what happened. but look at his wal con pow's and you know it was bad luck. quiroz actually made significant gains in contact. i had him at #6, and i'm not backing off.


J.J. Hardy mil 22 103 9 8 4 10 .080 .922 .147 .277


well, those numbers are insane. what did he do with bigger sample sizes? oh, he was injured.

last year i rated him my number 12 prospect. i said he'd be ready in 2005. i'll stand by that statement.


Jason Kubel min 22 354 35 40 16 28 .090 .887 .140 .343


well that's some serious mashing right there. where the hell did he come from? in 2003 he was tearing up fort myers. this year i'm gonna find the jason kubels. now that i have the baseball cube.

what the hell are the twins gonna *do* with all these prospects?


Jhonny Peralta cle 22 569 59 129 15 46 .094 .773 .139 .323


ready to succeed. jhonny didn't make my prospect list last year, but he will this year.


Joey Gathright tbd 22 236 22 46 0 10 .085 .805 .053 .326


he's left-handed. if gathright improves his contact, he can slap-and-run. i think he'll make it.


Jorge Cantu tbd 22 371 20 64 22 34 .051 .827 .182 .302


jorge already made it. that conpow is retarded.


Victor Diaz nym 22 537 36 133 24 32 .063 .752 .139 .292


needs more patience, contact. he could make it.


Alexis Rios tor 23 186 9 30 3 11 .046 .839 .090 .259


my number 1 prospect from last year, rios turns 24 the same day i turn 31. he's gonna crush. am i old?


Anderson Machado cin 23 111 11 26 0 7 .090 .766 .082 .229
Anderson Machado phi 23 299 51 73 6 17 .146 .756 .102 .227


funny how similar those batting averages are. anderson machado is a shortstop. the phillies traded him and josh hancock for todd jones and brad correll. the phillies are stupid.


Brandon Phillips cle 23 557 52 56 8 38 .085 .899 .092 .296


part of the cadre of kid indians that's about to take over. this one's gonna be a star.

if he made the majors, then went back to the minors, is he a prospect?


Jason Cooper cle 23 52 9 16 3 1 .148 .692 .111 .173


never heard of this guy. probably never will.


Jeremy Reed cws 23 283 39 34 8 15 .121 .880 .092 .275


number 9 last year. made the show. ready to crush. course the white sox don't have him any more. they're gonna wish they did. no disrespect to scott podsednik. wait, *yes* disrespect to scott podsednik.


Jonny Gomes tbd 23 397 73 136 26 28 .155 .657 .207 .256


unless he gets his strikeouts under control, he's not gonna make it.


Jorge Sequea tor 23 336 41 63 4 19 .109 .813 .084 .266


wow. he's an infielder, he's 24, and he's got patience and contact. i think he's gonna make it.


Justin Morneau min 23 291 35 47 22 23 .107 .838 .184 .306


this one's a killer. the twins are looking good.


Mike Jacobs nym 23 97 9 30 2 3 .085 .691 .075 .177


he looked good in 2003, but then 2004 happened. from what i can tell, he got hurt. he's worth watching.


Rainer Olmedo cin 23 294 25 40 2 20 .078 .864 .087 .286


made the majors in 2003 and hit .239 with no power. if he ever develops any, he'll be good.


Austin Kearns cin 24 83 21 16 2 8 .202 .807 .149 .337


2005 is an important year for austin. will he finally live up to all the hype? he's young, so you gotta like his chances, but he struck out a lot last year.


Bill McCarthy atl 24 181 18 32 6 14 .090 .823 .134 .354


those are pretty good numbers. he's an outfielder. don't be surprised if he makes the show this year.

no wonder the braves dumped their (non-andruw) outfield. they got kids that can play!


Brandon Gemoll mil 24 248 14 65 3 19 .053 .738 .120 .274


that's a lot of strikeouts. time is running out.


Chris Shelton det 24 63 10 13 0 2 .137 .794 .040 .339


well, he tore up the carolina league. but that was in 2003. i don't know what happened last year. did he get hurt, or did he ride the pine? rotoworld says
plantar fascitis.
good shot to make the show this year.


Craig Brazell nym 24 476 24 99 23 24 .048 .792 .125 .265


he's an infielder, which is a good sign. and he hit 23 home runs. and he's left-handed. but he turns 25 in may, and he's never gonna have a decent on-base percentage if he doesn't start taking some pitches.


Danny Garcia nym 24 242 22 35 2 15 .083 .855 .082 .260


another met. made the show last year. his problem is he has no power.


Felipe Lopez cin 24 298 27 71 9 14 .083 .762 .101 .273


acquired from toronto in the four-way trade that sent elmer dessens to the diamondbacks and erubiel durazo to the a's, felipe lopez has played half-time in the majors the last four seasons. you gotta figure he'll put it together. just a little more contact and a little more power and he starts to put up good numbers.


Gabe Gross tor 24 379 54 81 9 31 .125 .786 .134 .294


gross, wells, and rios. sounds good.


Jason Bartlett min 24 267 40 36 3 22 .130 .865 .108 .332


jesus. look at this guy. i guess he's the replacement for cristian guzman. he broke his wrist last year, but he should be fine.

twins just keep on rollin.


Jean Boscan atl 24 62 10 14 0 2 .139 .774 .042 .311


62 at-bats is meaningless. so is the rest of his career.


Jimmy Alvarez bos 24 102 8 20 3 6 .073 .804 .110 .218


didn't play much this season. past seasons have included lots of strikeouts with little power. good patience, though.


Kelly Shoppach bos 24 401 52 138 22 25 .115 .656 .179 .233


that's a lot of power, but he won't make it unless he improves that contact.


Kevin West min 24 78 3 19 4 7 .037 .756 .186 .276


another twin with promise. 25 homers and 35 doubles in aa last year, but lots of strikeouts.


Luis Rodriguez min 24 488 54 49 5 34 .100 .900 .089 .286


oh, he's a twin. all he needs is a little power, and he's there. switch-hitting infielder.


Mike Fontenot bal 24 529 57 111 8 40 .097 .790 .115 .279


lefty-hitting second baseman. pretty good chance to make it. decent skills in all areas.


Nook Logan det 24 429 26 95 2 23 .057 .779 .075 .262


nook made the bigs, but he's not very good. it's too bad; he's got a great name.


Russ Adams tor 24 488 50 62 5 40 .093 .873 .106 .288


russ made it for good last year. this kid can hit.


Ryan Howard phi 24 111 16 37 9 10 .126 .667 .257 .270


while comical, those numbers don't mean anything. ha! he hit 37 homers in 374 at-bats in double-a! but he struck out 129 times. that has to improve if he wants to hit in the bigs.


Ryan Langerhans atl 24 458 76 113 20 37 .142 .753 .165 .298


those are great numbers. power and patience skyrocketed last year.


Wilson Betemit atl 24 358 32 99 13 26 .082 .723 .151 .278


betemit's still trying to learn to hit the ball. he's about to start his fourth year in richmond. he may never escape.


Caonabo Cosme nyy 25 234 23 56 3 11 .089 .761 .079 .250


wow, what a name! too bad he can't play.


Cesar Crespo bos 25 222 21 53 4 16 .086 .761 .118 .271


cesar got 153 major-league at-bats for san diego before they realized he couldn't hit. that was in 2001. he's 25 now, but it's entirely possible that he'll develop enough power to be useful.


Charles Thomas atl 25 216 22 40 4 22 .092 .815 .148 .358


in 2003, charles thomas was striking out like a bitch in a-ball. then he got inexplicably promoted, and all of a sudden he started to hit. he roared into the majors in 2004, then got traded for tim hudson. along with dan meyer. and juan cruz. that's a lot of talent. i should have done an analysis. both sides won.


Chase Utley phi 25 126 18 29 6 9 .125 .770 .155 .285


funny, utley had better contact in the majors.


Chris Basak nym 25 194 10 58 6 15 .049 .701 .154 .223


no patience, no contact.


Dane Sardinha cin 25 328 16 94 9 18 .047 .713 .115 .262


ditto.


Darnell McDonald bal 25 415 37 100 7 33 .082 .759 .127 .234


ditto.


Dave Parrish nyy 25 97 7 23 0 8 .067 .763 .108 .268


whatev.


David Bacani nym 25 144 19 34 2 12 .117 .764 .127 .264


u-huh.


Eddy Garabito bal 25 452 44 48 6 32 .089 .894 .094 .298
Felix Escalona nyy 25 454 48 56 7 33 .096 .877 .101 .308


look how similar these guys are. contact, patience, and developing power. they're both gonna make it. i think they're middle infielders.


Jack Cust bal 25 346 67 127 17 16 .162 .633 .151 .235


well, that didn't work. good try.


James Jurries atl 25 318 33 96 18 16 .094 .698 .153 .267


too many strikeouts.


Jason Romano cin 25 164 3 24 2 16 .018 .854 .129 .337


i don't know what to make of this guy. he looked great as a 20-year-old in the florida state league, and the next year in the texas league. since then he hasn't had a regular job anywhere. he's played in the majors for five different teams, but not enough to tell anything. you'd think he'd be good by now. maybe he is. maybe not, if that wal is any indication.


Jeff Duncan nym 25 204 23 52 2 13 .101 .745 .099 .256


not good enough.


Joe Borchard cws 25 304 32 68 16 21 .095 .776 .157 .266


wow, joe actually made decent contact. maybe he'll make it after all.


Jorge Padilla phi 25 367 55 75 7 12 .130 .796 .065 .253


nope.


Josh Rabe min 25 428 46 75 7 27 .097 .825 .096 .264


maybe.


Kenny Kelly cin 25 272 27 71 9 19 .090 .739 .139 .254


don't think so.


Kevin Youkilis bos 25 156 21 28 3 12 .119 .821 .117 .266


made it.


Michael Restovichmin 25 424 26 103 20 23 .058 .757 .134 .249


not likely.


Pete Orr atl 25 462 22 59 1 26 .045 .872 .067 .320


lefty shortstop. could develop as a slap-and-run, but not for atlanta.


Prentice Redman nym 25 216 18 57 4 19 .077 .736 .145 .254


needs more patience, contact.


Terry Tiffee min 25 317 25 26 12 29 .073 .918 .141 .307


i thought he was a fluke, but these numbers are for real.


Tim Hummel cin 25 154 14 27 2 13 .083 .825 .118 .289


tim can hit major-league pitching.


Tim Raines bal 25 273 23 69 1 14 .078 .747 .074 .262


tim can't hit major-league pitching.


Tim Whittaker tor 25 147 4 28 1 10 .026 .810 .092 .257


tim can't hit major-league pitching either.


Aaron McNeal cws 26 111 11 30 3 2 .090 .730 .062 .243


i don't know. whatever.


Alex Escobar cle 26 63 6 15 4 5 .087 .762 .188 .286


alex used to be a prospect, but he struck out too much.

we've reached the 26-year-olds. 26-year-olds are not prospects. unless somebody messed up.

comments will be intermittent.


Andres Torres cws 26 324 40 74 8 15 .110 .772 .092 .295
Brant Ust det 26 410 18 97 10 19 .042 .763 .093 .254
Brian Hitchcox phi 26 136 23 16 1 11 .145 .882 .100 .235


that's a small sample size, but it looks good. let's check out the rest of his career.

yeah. he's got a history of good wal and good con. all he needs is a little pow. it could happen. he's a second baseman.


Dan Massiatte tbd 26 91 11 30 0 5 .108 .670 .082 .146
Dewayne Wise atl 26 118 5 19 5 10 .041 .839 .152 .314


played a little big-league ball last year. he's usable.


Eric Crozier cle 26 296 37 67 20 21 .111 .774 .179 .297
Eric Crozier tor 26 94 18 27 1 8 .161 .713 .134 .277


eric was traded for josh phelps. good trade for toronto. they're the same player, but crozier has less major-league service time. (he's cheaper.)


Guillermo Rodrigudet 26 221 17 45 7 10 .071 .796 .097 .187
Henri Stanley bos 26 165 23 27 3 18 .122 .836 .152 .299


stanley. those are good numbers. did he keep it up with larger sample sizes?

yes. yes he did. it's time to give henri some major-league playing time.


Jared Sandberg tbd 26 438 32 138 19 27 .068 .685 .153 .230


son of sandberg must not be allowed to play in the major leagues.


Jeff Deardorff nyy 26 437 53 112 18 16 .108 .744 .105 .271
Joey Hammond bal 26 275 23 42 1 8 .077 .847 .039 .236
John Rodriguez nyy 26 381 56 84 16 36 .128 .780 .175 .294


well. he hits it hard. he could probably play in the big leagues and not embarass himself.


Jon Aceves cws 26 152 19 35 7 10 .111 .770 .145 .285
Josh Bard cle 26 157 11 23 4 10 .065 .854 .104 .263


major leaguer. small sample size does not reflect his power.


Justin Sherrod bos 26 343 29 108 17 25 .078 .685 .179 .267
Kevin Reese nyy 26 218 17 34 8 16 .072 .844 .130 .323


another yankee farmhand who can hit. these poor yankees. they got the skills but they languish in the minors. reese also stole 68 bases in 2004. left-handed outfielder.


Matt Diaz tbd 26 508 39 96 21 52 .071 .811 .177 .332


that's power. why's he in the minors? play him!


Matt Scanlon min 26 73 13 12 1 0 .151 .836 .016 .192
Michel Hernandez phi 26 235 27 24 6 9 .103 .898 .071 .254


25--26 year-olds pretty much gotta have contact if they're gonna make the bigs. because then all they need is power, which often develops at this stage. so michel has a good shot. he's a catcher.


Mike Hessman atl 26 269 35 65 19 15 .115 .758 .167 .287


lots of power but little contact. quadruple-a kind of guy.


Mike Vento nyy 26 458 43 77 15 29 .086 .832 .115 .275


another mid-twenties yankee that can hit. no wonder they won their division. the columbus clippers.


Nick Green atl 26 78 10 9 0 5 .114 .885 .072 .377


got some good p.t. due to the injury to marcus giles. did well.


Pablo Ozuna phi 26 477 29 43 6 30 .057 .910 .083 .307


another good candidate for a power surge. shortstop.

played at colorado springs last year. i think playing at altitude helps the hitting.


Pete Laforest tbd 26 276 35 64 7 19 .113 .768 .123 .222


not enough. it's hard. triple-a players are *good* baseball players. just not good enough for the majors.


Peter Bergeron mil 26 318 21 39 3 17 .062 .877 .072 .271


hey, peter bergeron! he used to be a prospect. but he didn't have any power.


Rayner Bautista det 26 211 14 58 1 17 .062 .725 .118 .218
Rob Stratton cin 26 121 9 35 12 12 .069 .711 .279 .353


maybe he and bergeron could do a little contact-for-power trade.


Ryan Ludwick cle 26 168 20 52 8 15 .106 .690 .198 .271


rotoworld keeps talking him up, but he can't hit. they think he's better than jody gerut.


Ryan Owens min 26 103 24 33 1 7 .189 .680 .114 .218
Shawn Fagan tor 26 330 45 72 8 13 .120 .782 .081 .237
Steve Scarboroughmil 26 342 50 72 4 31 .128 .789 .130 .246
Steve Smitherman cin 26 455 48 107 10 36 .095 .765 .132 .272
Wilson Valdez cws 26 281 15 40 2 9 .051 .858 .046 .302
Andy Phillips nyy 27 439 53 60 26 25 .108 .863 .135 .318
Brent Abernathy cle 27 361 36 29 10 28 .091 .920 .114 .296


now we're into the 27-year-olds but phillips and abernathy are ready to play. phillips is a second baseman. looks like he was injured last year. abernathy is also a second baseman. his contact is insane and his power finally developed. he started for the devil rays in 2001--2002 but somehow ended up back in the minors the past two seasons. now he's blocked by alex cora and brandon phillips. and ron belliard. what is cleveland doing?


Brooks Badeaux tbd 27 195 17 23 1 10 .080 .882 .064 .326
Chad Hermansen tor 27 150 16 52 6 10 .096 .653 .163 .240
Chris Magruder mil 27 307 31 55 6 21 .092 .821 .107 .272
Damian Rolls tbd 27 97 10 17 3 7 .093 .825 .125 .278
Glenn Williams tor 27 440 42 79 23 27 .087 .820 .139 .264
Jason Smith det 27 124 6 26 3 10 .046 .790 .133 .270
Jason Tyner atl 27 244 22 22 1 13 .083 .910 .063 .288
Jason Tyner cle 27 148 20 15 0 5 .119 .899 .038 .350
Jeremy Owens bos 27 348 38 140 12 17 .098 .598 .139 .228
Jose Leon bal 27 288 31 68 17 23 .097 .764 .182 .322
Kevin Hooper nyy 27 87 5 11 0 1 .054 .874 .013 .195
Lee Evans atl 27 181 22 57 7 8 .108 .685 .121 .239
Marcus Thames det 27 238 35 40 24 22 .128 .832 .232 .329
Mario Valenzuela cws 27 432 28 81 25 22 .061 .813 .134 .263
Marlon Byrd phi 27 153 14 18 2 12 .084 .882 .104 .263
Michael Ryan min 27 171 17 38 6 7 .090 .778 .098 .205
Mike Collins nym 27 77 3 16 0 3 .038 .792 .049 .162
Mike Curry bos 27 166 26 43 0 5 .135 .741 .041 .262
Nate Grindell cle 27 69 10 17 2 5 .127 .754 .135 .343
Noah Hall tor 27 176 33 38 2 6 .158 .784 .058 .233
Reggie Taylor cws 27 212 23 45 11 14 .098 .788 .150 .290
Reggie Taylor cin 27 193 14 46 9 10 .068 .762 .129 .257
Rich Gomez det 27 253 21 56 5 12 .077 .779 .086 .261
Rich Paz cws 27 95 18 11 2 2 .159 .884 .048 .263
Rodney Nye nym 27 430 37 81 5 27 .079 .812 .092 .277
Ryan Knox mil 27 174 15 33 1 12 .079 .810 .092 .264
Scott Bikowski cws 27 66 9 18 1 1 .120 .727 .042 .197
Simon Pond tor 27 304 22 72 7 25 .067 .763 .138 .278
Steve Lomasney cin 27 133 12 49 3 6 .083 .632 .107 .252
Tony Schrager bos 27 440 52 88 15 29 .106 .800 .125 .266
Alex Prieto min 28 289 30 50 6 13 .094 .827 .079 .249
Andy Dominique bos 28 423 63 87 15 28 .130 .794 .128 .267
Brandon Harper det 28 59 9 10 3 0 .132 .831 .061 .190
Brandon Larson cin 28 118 6 39 9 5 .048 .669 .177 .282
Brian Myrow nyy 28 164 25 37 3 15 .132 .774 .142 .268
Bubba Crosby nyy 28 119 18 26 1 7 .131 .782 .086 .276
Buzz Hannahan phi 28 218 26 49 0 13 .107 .775 .077 .281
Carlos Febles bos 28 261 24 42 3 14 .084 .839 .078 .257
Corky Miller cin 28 232 34 44 6 14 .128 .810 .106 .220
Derek Nicholson det 28 64 11 10 1 9 .147 .844 .185 .274
Dionys Cesar cin 28 54 5 8 0 4 .085 .852 .087 .185
Dionys Cesar cws 28 81 6 13 1 4 .069 .840 .074 .300
Earl Snyder bos 28 544 42 128 36 44 .072 .765 .192 .273
Edwards Guzman tbd 28 84 2 8 0 4 .023 .905 .053 .202
Edwards Guzman bal 28 248 11 28 2 11 .042 .887 .059 .254
Esix Snead nym 28 273 37 53 0 12 .119 .806 .055 .264
Jermaine Clark cin 28 404 70 54 10 20 .148 .866 .086 .284
Paul Chiaffredo tor 28 117 9 31 4 3 .071 .735 .081 .219
Paul Hoover tbd 28 55 5 15 1 1 .083 .727 .050 .296
Robinson Cancel tbd 28 57 2 10 1 7 .034 .825 .170 .263
Russell Branyan cle 28 319 47 102 25 18 .128 .680 .198 .288
Ryan Hankins cws 28 304 35 33 7 28 .103 .891 .129 .296
Anton French tor 29 151 12 33 7 12 .074 .781 .161 .349
Anton French tbd 29 112 15 27 4 3 .118 .759 .082 .227
Augie Ojeda min 29 329 45 33 2 19 .120 .900 .071 .245
Bobby Darula cin 29 63 9 13 1 3 .125 .794 .080 .302
Brandon Marsters min 29 186 15 51 3 14 .075 .726 .126 .210
Danny Klassen det 29 398 37 105 5 30 .085 .736 .119 .253
Donzell McDonald nyy 29 94 10 24 3 7 .096 .745 .143 .183
Gary Burnham cin 29 223 22 33 5 15 .090 .852 .105 .261
George Lombard bos 29 192 29 33 3 11 .131 .828 .088 .276
Geronimo Gil bal 29 375 38 67 6 24 .092 .821 .097 .259
Javier Cardona nym 29 64 6 14 1 1 .086 .781 .040 .111
Jim Chamblee cin 29 401 66 117 11 28 .141 .708 .137 .262
John Pachot nym 29 291 13 41 6 10 .043 .859 .064 .262
Jorge Toca det 29 64 1 14 1 1 .015 .781 .040 .254
Jorge Velandia atl 29 393 47 67 6 22 .107 .830 .086 .212
Julius Matos tor 29 296 17 20 7 19 .054 .932 .094 .288
Kelly Dransfeldt cws 29 309 18 63 5 19 .055 .796 .098 .249
Luis Ordaz tbd 29 365 13 51 3 33 .034 .860 .115 .255
Mark Johnson mil 29 280 44 41 5 18 .136 .854 .096 .259
Matt Erickson mil 29 403 56 68 2 28 .122 .831 .090 .271
Mike Bell cws 29 461 45 117 25 22 .089 .746 .137 .235
Todd Dunwoody min 29 307 14 60 9 28 .044 .805 .150 .305
Todd Dunwoody cle 29 66 6 15 4 2 .083 .773 .118 .167
Tom Mcgee bal 29 64 2 13 1 8 .030 .797 .176 .219
Trent Durrington mil 29 163 18 34 1 1 .099 .791 .016 .222
Wilson Delgado nym 29 353 29 73 3 23 .076 .793 .093 .261
A.J. Hinch phi 30 268 32 48 2 10 .107 .821 .055 .230
Andy Barkett det 30 418 42 80 19 30 .091 .809 .145 .283
Anthony Sanders tor 30 229 15 56 5 20 .061 .755 .145 .276
Bobby Smith cws 30 510 48 117 28 39 .086 .771 .170 .272
Bryant Nelson cws 30 565 57 50 22 41 .092 .912 .122 .288
Carlos Mendez bal 30 306 13 30 4 18 .041 .902 .080 .256
Chad Alexander det 30 204 21 36 3 17 .093 .824 .119 .256
Chris Heintz min 30 295 19 40 8 14 .061 .864 .086 .279
Damon Hollins atl 30 360 24 57 20 28 .063 .842 .158 .301
Howie Clark tor 30 259 43 18 6 16 .142 .931 .091 .313
Jeff Guiel tor 30 229 21 63 6 14 .084 .725 .120 .197
Jeff Liefer mil 30 374 51 62 20 26 .120 .834 .147 .283
Jim Rushford phi 30 519 46 54 10 34 .081 .896 .095 .275
Juan Diaz min 30 137 16 43 11 5 .105 .686 .170 .270
Luis Figueroa mil 30 386 25 24 5 14 .061 .938 .052 .272
Luis Lopez atl 30 233 33 27 9 18 .124 .884 .131 .333
Raul Gonzalez cle 30 233 13 19 9 14 .053 .918 .107 .310
Raul Gonzalez nym 30 65 7 9 1 7 .097 .862 .143 .262
Trace Coquillettebos 30 198 24 54 3 13 .108 .727 .111 .249
Warren Morris det 30 399 29 71 8 32 .068 .822 .122 .287
Aaron Holbert cin 31 383 47 66 4 19 .109 .828 .073 .271
Benji Gil det 31 51 4 13 0 4 .073 .745 .105 .176
Brian Simmons min 31 300 19 64 9 12 .060 .787 .089 .224
Charles Gipson tbd 31 299 42 57 2 17 .123 .809 .079 .296
Chris Coste mil 31 264 25 37 2 22 .087 .860 .106 .294
Dusty Wathan cle 31 243 31 30 1 16 .113 .877 .080 .306
Homer Bush nyy 31 235 13 41 2 15 .052 .826 .088 .291
Jacob Cruz cin 31 55 10 10 3 4 .154 .818 .156 .315
Jesse Garcia atl 31 78 5 13 0 2 .060 .833 .031 .218
Joe Depastino atl 31 302 33 52 6 13 .099 .828 .076 .231
Lou Collier phi 31 390 38 82 14 29 .089 .790 .140 .326
Mark Budzkinski phi 31 513 50 103 5 44 .089 .799 .120 .283
Michael Glavine nym 31 206 27 45 8 9 .116 .782 .106 .216
Robert Machado bal 31 126 10 20 3 12 .074 .841 .142 .317
Sandy Martinez cle 31 197 12 44 17 9 .057 .777 .170 .274
Stubby Clapp tor 31 87 18 18 0 10 .171 .793 .145 .287
Todd Betts nyy 31 161 15 31 4 8 .085 .807 .092 .270
Adam Hyzdu bos 32 469 91 106 29 35 .163 .774 .176 .301
Brian Daubach bos 32 338 74 93 21 23 .180 .725 .180 .271
Chad Mottola bal 32 462 31 90 22 22 .063 .805 .118 .265
Greg Norton det 32 185 24 48 4 7 .115 .741 .080 .207
J.P. Roberge phi 32 239 18 42 1 13 .070 .824 .071 .256
Jason Maxwell tbd 32 367 22 55 13 14 .057 .850 .087 .264
Jon Nunnally mil 32 247 41 54 9 10 .142 .781 .098 .216
Mark Little cle 32 245 16 40 11 21 .061 .837 .156 .314
Midre Cummings tbd 32 418 89 107 27 29 .176 .744 .180 .285
Raul Casanova bos 32 75 10 15 1 3 .118 .800 .067 .270
Ryan Jackson atl 32 58 1 15 2 3 .017 .741 .116 .224
Shane Spencer nyy 32 50 9 15 0 4 .153 .700 .114 .240
Shawn Wooten phi 32 226 28 29 4 22 .110 .872 .132 .293
Alex Delgado mil 33 207 7 21 0 10 .033 .899 .054 .223
Chris Clapinski cle 33 375 51 62 11 28 .120 .835 .125 .312
Eric Owens det 33 446 21 50 3 12 .045 .888 .038 .251
Jamie Burke cws 33 136 11 15 2 6 .075 .890 .066 .231
Pedro Swann bal 33 461 49 84 15 33 .096 .818 .127 .271
Sal Fasano nyy 33 240 16 45 10 16 .063 .813 .133 .229
Tom Wilson nym 33 115 25 24 7 10 .179 .791 .187 .322
Dave Nilsson atl 34 55 7 15 1 1 .113 .727 .050 .236
Joe Vitiello det 34 327 33 61 16 19 .092 .813 .132 .328
Mark Smith phi 34 403 51 69 11 30 .112 .829 .123 .281
Marvin Benard tor 34 123 12 21 4 7 .089 .829 .108 .211
Mike Kelly nyy 34 300 39 67 15 13 .115 .777 .120 .253
Ozzie Timmons nym 34 108 13 18 4 6 .107 .833 .111 .274
Clay Bellinger bal 35 219 16 48 8 17 .068 .781 .146 .229
Darren Bragg nyy 35 274 37 45 8 24 .119 .836 .140 .282
Ernie Young cle 35 451 53 104 28 28 .105 .769 .161 .302
Keith Osik tbd 35 83 7 10 1 0 .078 .880 .014 .244
Mike DiFelice det 35 239 15 37 5 14 .059 .845 .094 .270
Scott Sheldon mil 35 115 10 26 5 8 .080 .774 .146 .230
Gerald Williams nym 36 248 12 35 7 13 .046 .859 .094 .305


this is kind of depressing. all these guys that just want to play in the major leagues. most of them could. there's not that much difference. guys who should are jermaine clark, ryan hankins, and bryant nelson. maybe defense holds them back.
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