5/23/17

Tom Brennan - METS MINORS STATS LEADERS

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Tom Brennan - METS MINORS STATS LEADERS

Baseball is a numbers game.  # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #

Score more than the other team, you win. 

Put up better stats, your future is typically rosier.  

While understanding the different degrees of difficulty players face in higher vs. lower leagues, I decided to ignore that here and present pure, raw data on the Mets' 4 active minor league teams' players:

LAS VEGAS 51s (AAA); BINGHAMTON (AA); ST LUCIE (A+); and COLUMBIA (A)

Now on to the players:
 
HITTERS:

HR LEADERS - low #s - this is a small ball minors operation:

Travis Taijeron (AAA) - 7

Pat Mazeika (A+) - 6

Desmond Jennings (AAA) - 6

Dominic Smith (AAA) - 5

Xorge Carillo (AAA) - 5

Cody Decker (AA) - 5 (just 60 at bats)

Michael Paez (A) - 5


DOUBLES - DOUBLES? We can hit those stinking doubles:

Johan Urena (A+) - 14

Amed Rosario (AAA) - 13

Travis Taijeron (AAA) - 13

Pat Mazeika (A+) - 13

Michael Paez (A) - 13

Dominic Smith (AAA) - 11

Gavin Cecchini (AAA) - 11

John Mora (A+) - 10


HITS - hitters who hit are a real hit with me.

Amed the Hit Machine Rosario (AAA) - 63, .360

Dominic Smith (AAA) - 57, .320

Jhoan Urena (A+) - 50, .325

Pat Mazeika (A+) - 47, .343

Luis Guillorme (AA) - 44, .297

Travis Taijeron (AAA) - 43, .303

John Mora (A+) - 42, .246

Wuilmer Becerra (A+) - 41, .265


RUNS

Dominic Smith (AAA) - 27

Amed Rosario (AAA) - 25

Johan Urena (A+) - 25

Gavin Cecchini (AAA) - 24

Travis Taijeron (AAA) - 24

Pat Mazeika (A+) - 24

Desmond Jennings (AAA) - 23

Gene Cone (A) - 22

Luis Carpio (A) - 22


RBI'S

Pat Mazeika (A+) - 32 (best per-game ratio; 38 G)

Amed Rosario (AAA) - 31

Dominic Smith (AAA) - 27

Michael Paez (A) - 25

Travis Taijeron (AAA) - 24

Dash Winningham (A) - 24


HITTERS' STRIKEOUTS


Wuilmer ("Whiffin' Willie") Becerra (A+) - 52 in 155 AB's

Vinny Siena (A+) - 47 in 108 AB's

Travis Taijeron (AAA) - 40 in 142 AB's

Jeff Diehl (A+) - 39 in 93 AB's

Tim Tebow (A)  - 37 in 122 AB's

Champ Stuart (AA) - 36 in 94 AB's


STEALS

Champ Stuart (AA) - 16 of 18 (but hitting .213)

Pat Biondi  (AA) - 11 of 12 (but hitting .214)

Anthony Dimino (A+) 8 of 10 (hit .406 in 21 pre-injury games)

Amed Rosario (AAA) 8 of 11

JC Rodriguez (A+) 8 of 11

Luis Carpio (A) 7 of 7



STARTERS

Easier to list the top 9 starter's stats collectively, as I did below.  There is a large starter drop off after these 8:

Jordan Humphreys (A) : 6-1, 1.81, 0.69 WHIP, 55 K, 45 IP

Merandy Gonzalez (A) : 5-1, 1.59, 0.77 WHIP, 39 K, 45 IP

PJ Conlon (AA): 4-2, 3.47, 1.14 WHIP, 45 K, 47 IP

Andrew Church (A+) : 4-3, 3.81 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, 29 K, 52 IP

Tyler Pill (AAA): 3-1, 1.96 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 23K, 46 IP

Mickey Jannis (AA): 3-1, 3.86 ERA, 1.34 WHIP, 19 k, 40 IP

Corey Oswalt (AA): 3-3, 2.18 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 35K, 41 IP

Gabe Llanes (A): 2-2, 2.40 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, 23 K, 45 IP

Nabil Crismatt (A+): 2-4, 3.68 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, 42 K, 44 IP

Blake Taylor (A) is 0-5, but has not pitched badly.


RELIEVERS

Al Baldonado (AA/AAA): 0-1, 22 IP, 5 ER, 6SV, 29 K

Kevin McGowan (AAA): 3-2, 26 IP, 10 ER, 27K

Tim Peterson (AA/AAA): 1-1,16 IP, 2 ER, 17 K

Kyle Regnault (AA/AAA): 3-0, 16 IP, 2 ER, 19 K

Kelly Secrest (AA): 0-0, 9 IP, 2 ER, 16 K

Tyler Bashlor (A+): 1-0, 5 ER, 4 SV, 27 K

Austin McGeorge (A/A+): 0-0, 4 ER, 29 K

Max Kuhns (A): 20 IP, 3 ER, 27 K

Matt Blackham (A):  19 IP, 4 ER, 27 K

All impressive.

Several relievers just below these, but I am out of steam!


EXCEPT....HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY, MOM!









7 comments:

Thomas Brennan said...

Brandon Nimmo is no longer comatose, with 6 hits, including a homer and double last night, in his last 2 games.

Al Baldonado experienced more AAA turbulence last night - take motion sickness pills, Big Al.

In general, many hitters' names came up over and over again. Those realistically seem to be the guys to watch.

Anonymous said...

just curious numbers wise,what is the record of the 4 teams combined?
seems to be a bad season,except for a couple players

Mack Ade said...

Tom -

Happy Birthday to Mom.

Mack Ade said...

Anonymous -

Las Vegas: 19-26
B-Mets: 23-15
St. Lucie: 21-24
Columbia: 21-20

Thomas Brennan said...

Thanks, Mack.

The B Mets have been so successful due to great bullpen work. Overall, it has been a MEH season for the 4 teams combined. Hopefully, Szapucki, Dimino, and Alonzo return soon to give these teams a boost.

...and Tim Tebow hitting better :)

Gary Seagren said...

Another HB to Mom Tom. I thought Szapucki had TJS? Guys is Nido a real possibility as a catching prospect and not just filler?

Thomas Brennan said...

Thanks, Gary.

I would say Nido is a real possibility. I wondered if he wascacone year flash in the pan, but he is hitatingclike last year again. There was a nice article icsaw on Mazeika today....he is working hard with his catcher-turned-manager to beome a legit catcher.

Filler at catcher seems to be Xorge Carillo, who is hitting competently for Vegas, but has only nailed 2 of 27 stealers this year.

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