View Full Version : 1st quarter organization report - High A

05-18-2005, 04:19 PM
Valido was doing very well before his suspension: .313 AVE, .366 OBP, .450 SLG, 11 SB, 4 E. He also was leading the team in runs scored.
Schnurstein has done okay thus far: .277 AVE, .345 OBP, .392 SLG, 4 SB, 8 E. Recently, he's been shuffled between 3B (his usual position) and 2B.
Collaro has good power numbers (9 HR, 24 RBI), but his other stats are not very impressive (.268 AVE, .291 OBP, 5 BB, 44 K).
Nanita struggled early at the top of the order, but has done much beter since they moved him down. He's currently .259 AVE, .385 OBP, .422 SLG, 10 2B, and leads the team with 23 BB (v. only 13 K).
The big surprise has been Amador, a 2B/CF who has struggled at the plate for most of his young pro career. That's really changed lately (.295 AVE, .574 SLG, 8 2B, 8 HR, 23 RBI). He's also very fast (11 SB) but doesn't walk much (4 BB v. 31 K).
Haeger (6-0, 2.38 ERA) and Haigwood (5-1, 2.68 ERA) have been the pitching stars.
Whisler also has pitched well in limited action (2.61 ERA).
Lumsden should make his debut at W-S later this year.
The 'Hogs bullpen has been very good. Wasserman has been their version of Hermanson (0.00 ERA, 7 saves), and Castro (2.74 ERA) and Ovalles (2.52 ERA) have been effective setting him up. Dizard was very good in relief but has struggled since switching to the rotation recently.