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maurice
09-06-2005, 02:26 PM
In light of stats that Flight posted in another thread, here are some updated regular-season stats from this season . . .

Charlotte
Anderson: .295 AVE, .360 OBP, .469 SLG
Bajenaru: 1.41 ERA, 70.1 IP, 83 K, .185 BAA
Munoz: 8-14, 4.27
Diaz: 6-8, 5.00

Birmingham
Young: .277, .377, .545, 41 2B, 3 3B, 26 HR, 100 R, 77 RBI, 32 SB, 6 CS
Rogowski: .293, .374, .444, 20 SB, 83 R, 78 RBI
Fields: .252, .341, .409, 76 R, 79 RBI
Owens: .331, .393, .406, 38 SB, 99 R
Sweeney: .298, .357, .371
Stewart: .286, .341, .460
Haigwood: 6 W, 1 L, 1.74 ERA
Lubisich: 9-4, 3.00
Haeger: 6-3, 3.78
Tracey: 14-6, 4.07
Phillips: 9-5, 4.07

Winston-Salem
Valido: .287, .319, .417, 85 R, 49 SB, 5 CS, 12 E
Nanita: .293, .394, .456, 73 R, 14 SB
Schnurstein: .270, .332, .419, 77 R, 12 SB
Collaro: .266, .301, .493, 27 2B, 3 3B, 29 HR, 100 RBI
Gonzalez: 8-3, 3.56, 73.1 IP, 79 K, .228 BAA
Broadway: 1-3, 4.58, 55 IP, 58 K
Liotta: 6-2, 1.45
Rodriguez: 12-7, 4.18
Castro: 2.31, 78 IP, 75 K, .208 BAA

Kannapolis
Lucy: .264, .353, .309, 6 SB
Getz: .304, .407, .397, 11 SB
Hansen: .276, .344, .484, 28 2B, 1 3B, 24 HR, 90 RBI
Egbert: 10-5, 3.12, .236 BAA, 647 POs (estimate)
Torres: 1-3, 3.53, 43.1 IP, 54 K, .179 BAA
Bakker: 5-4, 3.69, .233 BAA
Harrell: 7-11, 3.65
Russell: 9-7, 3.78

Great Falls
Hernandez: .348, .405, .522
Tartaglia: .311, .383, .397, 32 SB
Allen: .265, .367, .475, 7 SB
Lemon: 3-4, 2.63, 3 Saves, 41 IP, 46 K, .204 BAA
Marshall: 2-0, 2.83, 6 Saves, 41.1 IP, 43 K, .218 BAA
Everly: 1-2, 3.12
Perez: 4-5, 3.66

Bristol
Welker: .303, .374, .429
Carter: .283, .350, .485, 10 HR
Sanchez: .260, .313, .386, 14 SB
Day: 4-0, 3.16, 31.1 IP, 33 K, .227 BAA
Rodriguez: 1-3, 3.82, 35.1 IP, 36 K
Viola: 5-2, 3.84
Walters: 2-5, 3.44
Evans: 0-1, 3.38

bobowhite
09-06-2005, 03:32 PM
Looks like the White Sox will have a full outfield at both the major league club and the AAA Charlotte club for next year and for awhile thereafter. I think the fourth outfielder spot with the ML will be up for grabs next spring. I also think Joe Borchard is all but gone.

Flight #24
09-06-2005, 04:01 PM
Young: .277, .377, .545, 41 2B, 3 3B, 26 HR, 100 R, 77 RBI, 32 SB, 6 CS


Holy crap. Every time I look at Young's line, I can't stop grinning. This is one kid I hope we hold onto. 42 2Bs, 26HRs, and 32 SBs while playing a good CF? :cool:

TaylorStSox
09-06-2005, 05:46 PM
Chris Getz in a half year hitting with wooden bats.

.304/.407/30BB/10K


Why isn't this kid being talked about more? I've heard his glove in the MIF is awesome as well.

maurice
09-06-2005, 05:51 PM
Why isn't [Getz] being talked about more?

Probably because he's still at low-A. Lots of college players look great there only to fail in the high-minors. Hopefully, Getz can keep it up next season and put himself on the radar.

Optipessimism
09-06-2005, 08:20 PM
Young: .277, .377, .545, 41 2B, 3 3B, 26 HR, 100 R, 77 RBI, 32 SB, 6 CS

Owens: .331, .393, .406, 38 SB, 99 R


WOW!

****ing eyepopping!

Daver
09-06-2005, 08:30 PM
Lucy: .264, .353, .309, 6 SB

If he can continue this, you have your catcher of the future right there.

santo=dorf
09-06-2005, 08:48 PM
You think Jim Bowden is calling "tradebacks" on the Owens-Escobar swap?

:rolling:

California Sox
09-06-2005, 09:21 PM
If he can continue this, you have your catcher of the future right there.

I don't know, Francisco Hernandez rebounded nicely at Great Falls.

Randar68
09-06-2005, 11:46 PM
Chris Getz in a half year hitting with wooden bats.

.304/.407/30BB/10K


Why isn't this kid being talked about more? I've heard his glove in the MIF is awesome as well.

Because he has almost no power, is really more of a 2-bagger, and is a veteran major-conference player doing it in low-A ball.

Randar68
09-06-2005, 11:47 PM
I don't know, Francisco Hernandez rebounded nicely at Great Falls.

Lucy is still ahead of him. Hernandez started coming around and making the adjustments in Kannapolis the 3 weeks or so before he was sent back to Great Falls when Lucy came off the DL.

fahQ
09-07-2005, 12:17 AM
Lucy is still ahead of him. Hernandez started coming around and making the adjustments in Kannapolis the 3 weeks or so before he was sent back to Great Falls when Lucy came off the DL.

On a positive note you can't leave Chris Stewart out of this argument with the year he's had. 3 guys fighting for that hard to fill role is pretty sweet. :bandance:

Randar68
09-07-2005, 12:21 AM
On a positive note you can't leave Chris Stewart out of this argument with the year he's had. 3 guys fighting for that hard to fill role is pretty sweet. :bandance:

Yep, Stewart is one of the most over-looked prospects in the organization...

fahQ
09-07-2005, 12:31 AM
Yep, Stewart is one of the most over-looked prospects in the organization...
It's not too often you come across a 6'3" monster who can move behind the plate either.

maurice
09-07-2005, 09:44 AM
You have to be pleased with Stewart's offensive surge this season. I know he was repeating a level, but I sure didn't expect him to hit .286. The current Barons team is absolutely loaded.

Deuce
09-07-2005, 09:56 AM
Lucy: .264, .353, .309, 6 SB

http://www.hispaniconline.com/hh/timeline/images/portraits/1951-desi_arnaz.gif

"Oh Luuuuuuucyyyyyyy!"

He gone
09-07-2005, 10:42 AM
Charlotte
Anderson: .295 AVE, .360 OBP, .469 SLG
Bajenaru: 1.41 ERA, 70.1 IP, 83 K, .185 BAA
Munoz: 8-14, 4.27
Diaz: 6-8, 5.00
Other notables from the Knights

Joe Borchard .263 avg, 29HRs, 67 RBIs
Rosey Brown .306 avg, 12HRs, 53 RBI's
Jorge Toca .302 avg, 24HRs, 77 RBIs
Greg Norton .285 avg, 17HRs, 56 RBIs

I know these guys are not really prospects, but they did have a respectable season for Charlotte.

Flight #24
09-07-2005, 02:09 PM
Other notables from the Knights

Joe Borchard .263 avg, 29HRs, 67 RBIs


FWIW, Borchard was hitting like .150 through April, so he's put up a pretty solid average since then with good power #s. I doubt he'll be around, but I wouldn't mind bringing him into ST and seeing if he can win a reserve OF job. He plays solid D, has a good arm, switch hits, and would be a power bat off the bench. IF he can hit for a halfway decent average.

Plus, he'd then bring you something via trade rather than nothing via release.