Box Score Recap – 8/5/2016

Breaking News!  Altoona out homers Reading 1-0, Reading still wins!

Shane Watson took a no-hitter into the ninth for Clearwater.

Cole Irvin wins again for Williamsport.

Sixto Sanchez pitches five more scoreless innings, lowers ERA to 0.47.

Lehigh Valley (68-45)  Lost to Rochester, 3-2.  Anthony Vasquez (3.16) pitched a solid seven innings – 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 4 K, 1 HR.  Colton Murray (1-2, 3.96) gave up a solo HR and struck out his other three batters in the eighth.  Frank Herrmann (1.98) struck out the side in the ninth.

Andrew Knapp and Cedric Hunter (.293) had 2 hits each.  Darnell Sweeney (.237) had the only RBI.  Knapp threw out a base stealer.  J.P. Crawford grounded into 2 double plays.

  • #1 Crawford (.257) went 1-4.
  • #3 Williams (.282) went 1-4.
  • #5 Thompson (11-5, 2.29) – DNP.
  • #11 Appel – DL, season-ending surgery to remove a bone spur.
  • #12 Knapp (.269) went 2-4 with a double.
  • #24 Lively (6-4, 3.50) – DNP.
  • #28 Ramos (0.38) – promoted to Philadelphia.

Reading (75-37)  Beat Altoona, 6-3.  Mark Leiter (5-1, 3.42) pitched a solid seven innings – 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, 1 HR.  Jimmy Dordero (9.00) pitched a one-hit inning in relief.  Alexis Rivero (6.48) faced three batters in the ninth before being replaced.  Miguel Nunez (2.25) entered with the bases loaded and allowed an inherited runner to score on a double play and got the final out on another ground ball to record his 14th save.

Roman Quinn and Scott Kingery each had 3 hits at the top of the order, however batters 3 thru 7 went 2-16 with 5 walks.  Together they managed just 2 extra base hits both doubles. They went 3-14 with runners in scoring position and left 10 men on base.  Still, they managed a come back victory.

Quinn stole his 26th base, Kingery was CS (2).  Hoskins committed 2 errors.  The Phils turned 3 double plays.

  • #4 Alfaro (.288) went 1-4 with a BB.
  • #7 Cozens (.284) went 0-4 with a BB.
  • #8 Quinn (.293) went 3-5 with an RBI.
  • #13 Hoskins (.283) went 0-3 with a SF and RBI.
  • #14 Kingery (.313) went 3-5 with a double and 2 RBI.
  • #16 Pinto – (4-4, 4.46) – DNP.
  • #18 Pivetta – (10-6, 3.55) – DNP.
  • #19 Eshelman (3-2, 5.60) – DNP.
  • #26 Cordero – (9.00) – 1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 0 K.

Clearwater (65-44)  Beat Lakeland 3-2.  Shane Watson (4-4, 4.01) took a no-hitter into the ninth inning.  He lost the bid on the first pitch of the inning.  He was lifted after a second single and runners on first and second and one out.  He had thrown 117 pitches.  Ulises Joaquin (2.16) was brought in and struck out the one batter he faced.  Jeff Singer came in to get the last out in his Clearwater debut.  He gave up a couple of soft singles that scored the two inherited runners.  Matt Hockenberry (1.33) entered and struck out the final batter to pick up his third save.

The Threshers scored a couple of first inning runs on Kyle Martin’s SF (.248) and Derek Campbell’s RBI single (.281).  They scored in the second on Carlos Tocci’s RBI single. Lakeland was able to withstand this early onslaught.  Both innings ended on base hits with runners being thrown at home.  The Threshers runners on base in every inning except the seventh, but were unable to tack on any more runs.  Tocci and Malquin Canelo had 2 hits apiece.

Zach Coppola is a pest at the top of the line up.  He went 0-2 but was on base 3 times on a fielding error, walk, and HBP.  The error came on his first at bat.  He bunted between the pitcher and first base, and the pitcher tried to scoop and toss the ball to beat the speedy Coppola.  He failed and was awarded an error.  I felt the scorer could have given Coppola a hit on the play.  Later in the inning, Jiandido Tromp hit a hard grounder to the third baseman that the fielder knocked down, recovered, and threw late to first.  I scored it an error, the official decision was an infield single.  It was hit right at him.  Who knows what goes through scorer’s minds.

Watson pitched an impressive game.  He varied his velocity and changed the batters eye level to maintain an edge.  He threw predominantly fastballs early and mixed in a fair amount of off speed pitches, mostly curve balls in the later innings.  His control might have been off a tad as he threw only 18 of 30 first pitch strikes (60%).  He ran six, three-ball counts that resulted in 3 walks, a fly out, ground out, and strike out.

Watson threw 117 pitches/76 strikes.  He threw 77 FB.  I would say he sat 92-95 and touched 96 mph, but over half his FB were 92-93 mph.  He touched 96 4 times – once in the second inning and 3 times in the eighth inning.  His FB breakdown was as follows –

  • Vel   1st  2nd  3rd  4th  5th  6th  7th  8th  9th   Total
  • 96      0      1        0       0       0       0       0       3       0          4
  • 95      1      1        2       0       1       0       2       3       0        10
  • 94      1      1        1       1       3       1       3       0       0        11
  • 93      2      5        3       0       3       6       0       1       0        20
  • 92      1      3        1       4       3       2       3       2       2        21
  • 91      3      1        0       3       0       0       0       0       1          8
  • 90      1      0        0       0       0       1       0       1       0          3
  • Tot                                                                                           77

Watson recorded 8 strike outs, 5 swinging and 3 looking.  They break down as follows –

  1. 94 mph swinging in the second inning
  2. 80 mph swinging in the second inning
  3. 95 mph looking in the third inning
  4. 80 mph looking in the fifth inning
  5. 83 mph swinging in the sixth inning
  6. 83 mph swinging in the sixth inning
  7. 94 mph swinging in the seventh inning
  8. 81 mph looking in the eighth inning

In all, Watson got 12 swing-and-miss, most at FB one at a 79 mph CB.  He got 21 called strikes.

Tocci made hard contact in all his at bats again tonight.

  • #20 Garcia (9-3, 2.72) – DNP.
  • #22 Canelo (.255) went 2-4.
  • #23 Tocci (.278) went 2-3 with a double and RBI.

Lakewood (50-59)  Lost to Hagerstown, 3-1.  Harold Arauz (3.89) made his first start at Lakewood in over a month and pitched five, 2-hit innings.  He struck out three and walked NONE.  Grant Dyer (0-2, 5.68) gave up 2 runs in three innings, but struck out six.  Ismael Cabrera (3.86) gave up the final run.  Emmanuel Marrero (.239) had 2 of the BlueClaws 6 hits.  Mark Laird (.375) had their lone RBI.  Brendon Hayden (.254) worked 2 walks.  Jan Hernandez (.255) struck out 3 times.  Deivi Grullon and Marrero committed errors.  “C” Randolph had an outfield assist at home (Randolph-Hernandez-Grullon).

  • #6 Randolph (.242) went 1-3 wit a BB.
  • #9 Kilome (3-8, 4.32)- DNP.
  • #27 Pujols (.231) went 1-3 with a HBP and K.
  • #29 Edgar Garcia – DNP.
  • #30 Tirado (3-1, 4.72) – DNP

Williamsport (28-19)  Beat Staten Island, 8-1.  Cole Irvin (3-1, 1.46) went six, 1-run innings.  Blake Quinn (1.40) picked up his first save with three, no-hit innings.  Darick Hall (.245), Henri Latrigue (.239), Enmanuel Garcia (.230), and Chandler Hall (.236) each had 2 hits and 8 of the Cutters’ 9 hits.  Luke Maglich (280) had the other hit.  D-Hall had 2 RBI and hit his 4th HR.  Irvin picked a runner off seond base.

  • #17 Medina (4-2, 2.23) – DNP.
  • #25 Romero – DNP.

GCL Phillies (25-11) Beat the GCL Pirates, 3-2.  Sixto Sanchez (0.47) pitched five, five hit innings.  He only struck out one, but he walked NONE.  He threw 66 pitches in his five innings and left with a 1-0 lead.  Kale Fultz (5.63) pitched a clean sixth inning.  “Outfielder” Andrew Brown (1.76) pitched the next two innings.  He was charged with a blown save when an unearned run scored.  He became the pitcher of record when the Phillies went ahead in the bottom of the eighth.  Tyler Frohwirth (1-1. 3.48) blew that save but limited the damage so that the Phillies could walk off with a win in the bottom of the ninth.

Sanchez’ FB sat 95-96 mph and touched 98 on one pitch.  His slider sat 92 mph.

Frohwirth’s FB sits at 76 mph.  He made a throw over to first that had me wondering if throwing overhand messes with his pitching delivery.  He made a pickoff attempt to second that looked different.

Danny Zardon hit his first HR to give Sanchez the early lead and the dugout gave him the silent treatment after he ran the bases.  Cole Stobbe scored from third on an errant pickoff attempt at first to re-take the lead in the eighth.  Nerluis Martinez ground a walk off, RBI single to score Jhailyn Ortiz who had doubled to open the ninth.

Martinez had a great afternoon.  In addition to his game winning hit, he went 3-4.  He also threw out two base stealers – one at second and one at third.

The Pirates used a pinch runner when their big guy reached first representing the tying run.  Roly did NOT use a pinch runner when Ortiz led off with a double in the ninth.

Sanchez was involved in a 3-6-1 double play.

  • #2 Moniak (.324) DNP.
  • #10 Gowdy (0-1, 4.50) – DNP.
  • #15 Stobbe (.239) 0-2 with a BB.
  • #21 Jhailyn Ortiz (.280) went 1-3 with a double and BB.
  • Stephen (.287) went 2-4.
  • Miller (0-0, 3.00) – DNP.
  • Andrew Brown (0-0, 1.76) – 2.0 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 0 K.
  • Stewart (1-2, 5.91) – DNP.
  • Fanti (4-0, 1.38) – DNP.
  • Sixto Sanchez (3-0, 0.47) – 5.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 K, 1 HBP.

DSL Phillies (23-30)  Beat the DSL Red Sox1, 2-1

  • Jonathan Guzman (.308) went 2-3 with a double.
  • Keudy Bocio (.229) went 1-3 with a BB.
  • Simon Muzziotti (.248) went 0-3 with a sac.
  • Dixon Gutierrez (.271) went 0-3 with a BB and RBI.

DSL Phillies2 (32-21)  Beat the DSL Mets2, 5-1 in a 7 inning game (rain).

  • Leonel Aponte (2-4, 3.02) – 1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K.
  • Rafael Marchan (.353) went 1-3 with a BB.

Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.

Extra Innings:

  • 8/5 – Phillies activated RHP Jeanmar Gomez from the paternity list.
  • 8/5 – Phillies optioned Elvis Araujo to Lehigh Valley.
  • 8/5 – DSL Phillies2 released LF Luis Mendoza.
  • Organization Rosters are up to date.

67 thoughts on “Box Score Recap – 8/5/2016

  1. Saw Yoan Moncada play last night. Boy did he look terrible. Had 3 errors and just looked bad defensively. Poor defensive fundamentals. At the plate he shows a very quick bat. And seemed to have good approach. But struggled with off-speed pitches. Really not what I was expecting from the #1 prospect in baseball.

    1. didnt he just start playing third in the last couple weeks?

      did you notice him come up gimpy on a slide into third? he’s going to miss a week with an ankle sprain.

      1. Yes. Played 2nd last night. Not a 3b. 2b is his spot. I did see him get injured during a CS. Just generally looked like he is talented but needs a lot of development.

  2. Glad too see Watson doing good , seems like we have SP all over the place . Just need to be patient and wait for a couple hitters although Tj , Franco , Altherr , Rupp seem like there doing better . Tyler Goeddel really hitting some balls hard.Thompson going for win #1 tonight Phillies trying to make it 5 9 there last 6.

    1. That is exceptional news on what Shane Watson has been able to do…..diabetes, shoulder, PEDs…the guy has battled back and appears ready to keep moving forward to become the pitcher that was expected from him when he was drafted as the Philies first pick in 2012.

      1. How many of us anticipated Watson & Walding progression before season. Thats what makes this so much fun to follow.

        1. great 4 Watson. must admit I had written off as a busted pick. would be wonderful if he realizes his potential

          1. Just curious, hope you will answer…how do you know Tony Curry? My favorite baseball card as a tiny little tyke was the Tony Curry rookie card [loved the unique background color] and although I never saw him play, always wished I had and liked him very much. Strange but true.

            And I did read some things about him and apparently his career was derailed by GM John Quinn, who did some reportedly racist things to Curry after his rookie year in salary negotiations. Curry had made the All-Star Topps rookie team as an outfielder and seemed to have a solid future but was gone within a year after that and never really re-surfaced.

            He died a few years ago in the Bahamas and I rarely find anyone who even knows who he is, though I have talked to one older fan who saw Curry play in 1960.

            How did you go about choosing his name as your moniker?

            Thanks in advance.

      2. I can see letting Watson start the ninth inning but he should have been pulled after first hit. 117 pitches is a lot.

    2. Watched some of the Phillies game last night. I liked what I saw from Goeddel. Hit a couple balls on the nose that were caught and made a nice running/sliding catch look pretty easy. He doesn’t move like a guy who is 6′ 4″ moves like a much smaller man.

      1. I didn’t like what I saw. Sure, he’s good defensively but that’s about it. He did hit a few balls hard but he has almost no power, and that last AB against veteran LHP Brad Hand, he looked terrible and overmatched. If he wasn’t a rule V pick, he would have been sent down months ago.

        1. Didn’t make it to the last at bat last night. Of course you are right he is not ready to be in the majors at this point. But I think the question is, can he be something worthwhile a year or year and a half from now. He definitely needs to get stronger but that seems doable.

          1. He could get better, but I figure that Williams and Cozens are ahead of him. I think he’ll make the Phillies roster at some point, but as a 4th OF.

            1. He is definitely a little raw and it shows. So he starts next year triple-A. Maybe he puts it together and shows potential of an everyday guy. Yes, there are guys higher than him, but these things have a way of working themselves out.

  3. Watching Quinn and Kingery get on base at the top of the order in Reading has me dreaming of a future…. Look how small the list of prospects remaining at Cwater is. C and Pujols haven’t done enough at Lwood to jump up and replace promoted guys. At the same time, Reading is stacked. With JP not needing to go on the 40, combined with his hitting 260 this year, I totally expect him back at LHV next year to start the year. In fact Williams is only hitting 280 with 12 homers which doesn’t scream promotion either. LHV lineup could be stacked next year like Reading is now.
    Jim – time to give Thompson his promotion to the Show with his start tonight.

    1. Murray…though Williams is ‘ only hitting 280 with 12 homers’,but as a a rookie in AAA, plus he is hitting lefties poor, like most rookie LHBs do at that level, his wRC+ is still 120…well above average.

    2. Eric L. Over at Fangraphs said Williams’ power wasn’t a concern, the ball park has suppressed his power some and the overall extra base hits are there, so I wouldn’t be too concerned

        1. Eric used to do the great prospect write ups at crash burn alley before he got big with ESPN and fangraphs

          1. He does a great job, though now he is spread somewhat thin since he has to cover all 30 teams farm systems.

        2. Eric has a way of putting it nicely but with hope.since Cozens worked on speed work outs last summer. I think sending him to a swing doc my help.

  4. Thompson on the whiff ratio change from Tigers/Texas to Phillies philosophy:
    “Thompson, while with the Texas organization, relied on his four-seam fastball. The Phillies asked Thompson to use his sinker (a two-seam fastball) after the trade. They wanted him to think less about strikeouts and more about groundouts.Texas, they were pretty big on the four-seam,” Thompson said. “They wanted me to throw hard and use my four-seam. Once I got here last year I made the transition back to what I did when I was with Detroit, kind of sinker heavy. I think that plays better than some of the straight four-seams.”

    1. I guess if you’re preparing a pitcher to throw innings in a band box like CBP, you’d like to see more grounders than balls in the air. If it’s a choice between Ks and flyouts and groundouts with less Ks, then the latter is better in Philly. In Texas, the air gets thick with humidity and the ballpark is bigger. Ks and flyouts work fine.

      1. Makes sense.
        And today at Petco he should have a better debut against the Padres, than Eflin did at Rogers against that potent Blue Jays lineup.

        1. I agree 100%. Eflin probably had the worst place to make a debut, and now Thompson will have the best place to make a debut.

  5. Excellent starting pitching from Clearwater down. Shane was the farm’s player of the day (Jim, we should create that award in this marvellous website)
    Coppola is my boy!!! He looks the part in the #1 spot in the lineup.
    Good comback job by arauz.
    Sixto’s velo should get him in the top 30 list as soon as this season end.

  6. Just thinking about Quinn at the top of the batting order is awesome. Glad he is finally back on the field.

    1. To me, I don’t question the potential of Quinn, I’ll get more excited if he can play over three months straight without getting hurt. If he can, he’s a starting Phillies oF in near future

      1. I would bring up Quinn as a 4th OF option with 300 ABs next year, then leave him exposed to Rule V or messing around in AAA. Agree that he needs to prove ability to hit AAA pitching, but not sure it’s really necessary. Look at Herrara.

  7. At the Reading game last night. IMO Hoskins needs a lot of work with the leather. Also, the 1B/2B umpire was one tough son of a gun. He took a line shot (a bullet) to the belt line that dropped him. But, he toughed it out and finished the game. Kudos to him. Impressed with Kingery, lots of energy reminiscent of Utley. Quinn had a nice game, fun to watch that speed. Bash brothers took a break. Pitching was equal to the task, Rivero, not so much. Pullin nice running catch in LF.

    1. i agree on hoskin’s glove. saw him 4 games in july and he clanked a backhand pickup on a fairly routine grounder to his right. would love another ryan howard type bat at first but not another howard glove.

      i believe he can be a .270- .280 20-30 hr hitter in cbp, but definitely needs to improve his defense.

  8. A couple of times this week Jim has mentioned Tocci favorably. His observations matched mine after having seen Tocci in the four games at Fort Myers. He made solid contact, bunted, moved runners along. He got hits in key situations. Even several of his outs were well-struck line drives.

    I don’t know if Tocci will ever have the power people want, but I think he’s worthy of promotion of AA now.

    I’ll also repeat what I said about Tobias. Nice player, but nothing stands out beyond being a steady hitter. I don’t know that he has a position. Kingery and Valentin are the better second basemen and he probably doesn’t have the power for left field higher up.

  9. Okay, I know as a fan it’s going to be in my nature to be overly optimistic on prospects and that few of them make it, etc, etc. But look at this:

    OF: Herrera, Altherr, Williams, Quinn, Cozens, Goeddel, Randolph and now maybe Pullin. And that’s not counting guys further down like Moniak and Ortiz. Nor Pujols who is on the list if he cuts the K’s.

    2B: Galvis (if moved from SS by JP), Hernandez, Valentin, Kingery. Maybe Tobias.

    1B: TJ, Hoskins and a whole bunch of guys with power who can be moved there someday to clear up other positions. Maybe Ortiz and Cozens.

    C: Rupp, Alfaro, Knapp, a bunch of guys a cut below like Moore and Numata. And that’s not counting all the guys lower down like Grullon and all the LA guys in GCL and DSL.

    SP: Too numerous to mention counting the young guys on the Big Club.

    And, doing this off the top of my head, i’m sure I’m forgetting some obvious candidates.

    Kinda wish the Phillies could have A and B teams.

    1. Galvis? He’s a utility guy in my mind. The Phils still have no future #1 and I still question whether they have a #3 or 4 hitter. Can Williams be a #3? Franco, Joseoh, Hoskins, or Cozens a #4? I hope so but I’m not sure. MM looks the most like a #3 hitter but it will be awhile for him. C has to bounce way back to get into the conversation.

      1. Murray,

        I agree on Galvis. With his enthusiasm for the game I can see him being a very valuable and frequently playing utility guy, almost a starter in terms of games played.

        I put him as a 2B candidate just because I think that discussion is likely to happen after JP arrives, especially if Hernandez doesn’t cut it as a starter.

  10. More depth than ever before, but some will not pan out and some will be traded for other pieces. The biggest, IMO, will be the future Ace of the staff. He will come via trade or FA. As much as I like these guys, I do not see a #1 SP.

    1. matt13…agree. The FA market for an ace is virtually dried up, since teams seem to resign them or trade them a year out before they hit the market and recoup a bunch of top tier prospects. Unless the Phillies can draft one or sign one as a LA, then a trade looks to be the next best option.
      Two who could be ace potential material and could be had via trade are Sonny Gray or Chris Archer.

      1. I think Phillies already has ace on team. Needs more experience and slight adjustments to approach to cut down on # pitches.

    2. You want a an ace after JP comes up + 2 yrs. In another works 2 yrs after Jp comes up. Say you get ace right now who’s 28 by the time the Philies are good he may be 30 ,31 . 2 who’s out there winning 15 to 20 games sub 3.50 Era in another words a proven track record of sucess. The Cubs were lucky with Arrieta , KC has Duffy now but used Edison Volquez to win the world Series. Even the Phillies were lucky with Schilling and Terry Mo . You really never know when a pitcher puts it all together so the Phillies may have there Ace right now. 2018 the will a very , very low team salary so there money to be spent maybe on an Japan pitcher.

    3. matt,

      That certainly sounds like the path to take. Let these young guys prove or disprove themselves, then trade a passel of them for the true ace.

    1. I have seen Alfaro on 3 occasions. Each time I saw inconsistent batter who at times looked like he was swatting flies out there. On one trip, I talked him up pretty good to my Dad (ex baseball coach). After about 3 at bats…pop turns to me and says “kid isn’t close to being ready”.

      He’s got the build, the arm and power but he is by no means a refined prospect. Past few weeks he seems better but he is one player I wouldn’t rush.

    1. Agree. It is his second year in the Gulf Coast League and I’m not sure what more he has to gain. Wouldn’t mind seeing Bailey Falter go to Lakewood to end the season.

      There was a discussion 3-4 weeks ago about moving Moniak to Williamsport. I was against the move then. Now, for the last three weeks of the season I would like to see him at Williamsport. Moniak is now getting more than just infield singles and Williamsport has a terrible hitting team. Three weeks there could help him in his adjustment to Lakewood next year.

    2. Murray….8 games, 33 innings pitched, with an average Game Score of 71…..yes, time for Nick Fanti to meet the next challenge, even if it is only less than a month left in their season..

  11. Wouldn’t it be great if Roman Quinn could stay healthy? This way, the Phillies could trade Herrera. Quinn is a much better defender, is faster on the bases, and has much more of a baseball I.Q. I really like Herrera but I think he can fetch something good on the open market.

    1. ciada,

      I really like Herrera, too. But he seems to have regressed this year. Maybe just a sophomore slump. But he should have value as a trade chip.

      I keep thinking the Quinn will overcome his history of injuries. Certainly, the good news about the oblique is that it wasn’t a leg or lower body injury. Whatever happens, glad to have them both.

  12. For those who are interested the following is Jake Thompson’s current stats for this year prior to his first Major League start.

    Jake Thompson
    W-L __________________ __ 11-5
    PQS (W-L)_____________ __ 12-3
    Innings Pitched _________ _ 129.7
    ERA _________________ _ 2.50
    WHIP ________________ _ 1.10
    Hits _________________ __ 105
    Runs ________________ ___ 44
    Earned Runs ___________ ___ 36
    BB __________________ ___ 37
    SO __________________ ___ 87
    HR __________________ ___ 10
    HBP __________________ ____6

    H/9 __________________ __ 7.3
    BB/9 _________________ __ 2.6
    K/9__________________ __ 6.0
    HR/9 _________________ ___ .7
    K/BB _________________ __ 2.4

    Ave Game Score ________ _ 57.7
    Ave Game Score 2.0 _____ _ 58.5
    Ave Positive Quality Start _ __ 3.1

    AB __________________ __ 467
    1B __________________ ___ 75
    2B __________________ __ 17
    3B __________________ ____ 3
    HR __________________ ___ 10
    Total Bases ____________ ___ 158

    BA __________________ _ .225
    OBP _________________ _ .288
    SLG _________________ _ .338
    OPS _________________ _ .627

    BABIP ________________ _ .257

    Int’l BB _______________ ____ 1
    GDP __________________ ___ 23
    SF ___________________ ____ 3
    SB ___________________ ____ 5
    CS ___________________ ____ 3
    Picked Off _____________ ____ 0

    Batters Faced __________ __ 517

    Pitches ________________ _ 1,991
    Balls __________________ __ 763
    Strikes ________________ _ 1,228
    Strikes % ______________ _ 62 %
    Pitches/Inning __________ _ 15.4

    Strikes Looking __________ __ 341

    Strikes Swing & Miss ______ __ 171
    Strikes Fouled Off ________ __ 324
    Strikes BIP + HR _________ __ 392

    Strike Swing & Miss % ____ _ 19 %
    Strikes Fouled Off % ______ _ 37 %
    Strikes BIP + HR % ______ _ 44 %

    Ground Balls ___________ ___ 180
    Fly Balls ______________ ___ 202
    GB/FB Ratio ___________ _ .89
    GB/FB % ______________ _ 47 %

    Total Outs _____________ __ 389
    BIP Outs ______________ __ 276
    Fly Balls – LD ___________ ___ 133
    Line Drives _____________ ___ 69
    Pop Ups ______________ ___ 25

    Ground Balls ___________ ___ 180
    Fly Balls ______________ ___ 133
    Line Drives ____________ ___ 69
    Balls In Play ___________ __ 382

    Ground Balls % __________ _ 47 %
    Fly Balls % _____________ _ 35 %
    Line Drives % ___________ _ 18 %

    PQS Domination (W)________ 12
    PQS Disaster (L)___________ 3
    PQS (W-L)________________ 12-3

  13. One of interest to me…GB%-47%…if he can keep that up, along with a low BB/’9 he should be fine.

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