2012 Top 10 Second Base Prospects

1. Jonathan Schoop – Bats: R: Throws: R – 6’1″ 190 – BAL – 10.6.91. Signed: 2008 – Curacao.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

SAL

A-

51

212

45

67

12

3

8

34

6

20

32

.316

.376

.514

2011

CAR

A+

77

229

37

81

12

2

5

37

6

22

44

.271

.329

.375

2011

TOT

2 Lgs

128

511

82

148

24

5

13

71

12

42

76

.290

.349

.432

2. Kolten Wong – Bats: L Throws: R – 5″9″ 190 – STL – 10.10.90. College: Hawaii. Drafted: 2011 – 1st Round (23rd Overall).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

MID

A-

47

194

39

65

15

2

5

25

9

21

24

.335

.401

.510

3. Cory Spangenberg – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’0″ 185 – SD – 3.16.91. College: Indian River (FL) JC. Drafted – 2011 – 1st Round (10th Overall).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

NW

Rk

25

86

20

33

10

0

1

20

10

31

15

.384

.545

.535

2011

MID

A-

47

189

35

54

7

1

2

24

15

14

42

.286

.345

.365

2011

TOT

2 Lgs

72

275

55

87

17

1

3

44

25

45

57

.316

.419

.418

4. Scooter Gennett – Bats: L Throws: R. – 5’9″ 165 – MIL – 5.1.90. High School: Sarasota (FL). Drafted: 2009 – 16th Round.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

FLA

A+

134

601

74

167

20

6

9

51

11

27

69

.300

.334

.406

5. Taylor Lindsay – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’0″ 195 – LAA – 12.2.91. High School: Scottsdale (AZ). Drafted: 2010 – 1st Round Supplemental (37th Overall).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

PIO

RK

63

290

64

105

28

6

9

46

10

13

46

.362

.394

.593

6. Reese Havens – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’1″ 195 – NYM – 10.20.86. College: South Carolina. Drafted: 2008 – 1st Round (22nd Overall).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

FLA

A+

3

13

11

1

3

2

0

0

2

2

5

.271

.385

.455

2011

EL

AA

58

211

37

61

15

1

6

26

2

27

59

.289

.372

.455

2011

TOT

2 Lgs

61

222

38

64

17

1

6

28

2

29

64

.288

.373

.455

7. Roughned Odor – Bats: L Throws: R. 5’11” 170 – TEX – 2.3.94. Signed: 2011 – Venezuela.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

NW

SS

58

233

33

61

9

3

2

29

10

13

37

.262

.323

.352

8. Steve Lombardozzi – Bats: B Throws: R – 6’0″ 170 – WAS – 9.20.88. High School: Athoton (MD).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

EL

AA

65

262

40

81

12

7

4

23

16

18

38

.309

.366

.454

2011

IL

AAA

69

294

46

91

13

2

4

29

14

21

40

.310

.354

.408

2011

TOT

2 Lgs

134

556

86

172

25

9

8

52

30

39

78

.309

.360

.430

2011

NL

MLB

13

31

3

6

1

0

0

1

0

1

4

.194

.219

.226

9. Noah Perio – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’0″ 170 – FLA – 11.14.91. High School: Hayward (CA). Drafted: 2009 – 39th Round.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

SAL

A-

119

519

76

144

30

3

6

52

15

19

64

.295

.323

.406

10. Delino DeShields Jr.- Bats: R Throws: R – 5’9″ 190 – HOU – 8.16.92. High School: College Park (GA)Drafted: 2010 – 1st Round (8th Overall).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

SAL

A-

119

469

73

103

27

2

9

48

30

52

118

.220

.305

.322

2012 Top 10 First Base Prospects

With such a lackluster class of first basemen this year only the top three will make my top 100 prospects list.

1. Yonder Alonso – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’2″ 210 – SD – 4.8.87. College: Miami (FL). Drafted: 2008 (1st Round – 7th Overall). No longer blocked by Joey Votto after being traded to San Diego, along with Yasmani Grandal and Brad Boxberger in exchange for Mat Latos, Alonso will be the every day 1B this season. Scouting report here.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

IL

AAA

91

358

46

106

24

4

12

56

6

46

60

.296

.374

.486

2011

NL

MLB

47

88

9

29

4

0

5

15

0

10

21

.330

.398

.545

2. Anthony Rizzo – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’3″ 220 – CHC – 8.8.89. High School: Parkland (FL). Drafted: 6th Round (2007) Boston. The Red Sox dealt Rizzo, along with RHP Casey Kelly and OF Raymond Fuentes to San Diego following the 2010 season in exchange Adrian Gonzalez. Despite the change in scenery, Rizzo produced a second straight 25 HR 100 RBI season. His reward – another off season move. This time to Chicago to be reunited with Theo Epstein. Rizzo mashed in AAA but struggled mightily after being called up to the big club. He fell just 2 AB’s short of losing his prospect status.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

PCL

AAA

93

356

64

118

34

1

26

101

7

43

89

.331

.404

.652

2011

NL

MLB

49

128

9

18

8

1

1

9

2

21

46

.141

.281

.242

3. Jonathan Singleton – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’2″ 215 – HOU – 9.18.91. High School: Long Beach (CA). Drafted: 2009 (8th Round) Phillidelphia. Singleton is our third straight prospect on this list to change systems in 2011 after being traded from Philadelphia along with Jarred Cosart, Domingo Santana and Josh Zeid for Hunter Pence. He has a keen eye which has contributed to his .390+ OBP in each of his three professional seasons.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

FSL

A+

93

320

48

91

14

0

9

47

3

56

83

.284

.387

.413

2011

CAL

A+

35

129

20

43

9

1

4

16

0

14

40

.333

.405

.512

2011

TOT

2Tms

128

449

68

134

23

1

13

63

3

70

123

.298

.392

.441

4. C.J. Cron – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’4″ 235 – LAA – 1.5.90. College: Utah. Drafted: 2011 (1st Round – 17th Overall). A Prospect Junkies Preseason All-American in 2011, Cron, a converted catcher, didn’t disappoint, producing a .434/.517/.803 line to go with 15 HR and 59 RBI. Cron possesses some of the best pure power in the 2011 draft class. The perceived success of Marc Trumbo and the acquisition of Albert Pujols could mean that Cron will eventually be traded but the decision doesn’t need to be made any time soon.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

PIO

RK

34

143

30

44

5

1

13

41

0

10

34

.308

.371

.629

5. Matt Adams – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’3″ 230 – STL – 8.31.88. High School: Slippery Rock (PA). Drafted: 2009 – 23rd Round. A converted catcher and after thought, Adams has been a discussion point this offseason with the departure of Albert Pujols. While he’s not a toosly prospect, he has raked everywhere he’s been. Lance Berkman will take over first base for now and Adams is ticketed for AAA.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

TL

AA

115

463

80

139

23

2

32

101

0

40

90

.300

.357

.566

6. Chris Parmelee – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’1″ 230 – MIN – 2.24.88. High School: Chino Hills (CA). Drafted: 2006 – 1st Round (20th Overall). Parmelee has reinvigorated his prospect status with a strong 2011 that included a successful Major League call up. While I don’t think his future is considerably bright, the Twins certainly need offense and have a knack for squeezing production out of moderate ceiling guys.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

EL

AA

142

530

76

152

30

5

13

83

0

68

94

.287

.366

.436

2011

AL

MLB

21

76

8

27

6

0

4

14

0

12

13

.355

.443

.592

7. Chris Carter – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’5″ 245 – OAK – 12.18.86. High School: Las Vegas (NV). Drafted: 2005 – 15th Round – White Sox. Carter’s stock is fading after repeated failures, albeit in short samplings (.480 OPS in 124 PA’s), at the Major League level but I’m not ready to give up on him. At 25 years old, however, he’s running out of time. He has 170 Minor League HR’s under his belt.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

CAL

A+

6

24

3

8

0

0

3

7

0

4

8

.333

.429

.708

2011

PCL

AAA

75

296

55

81

18

2

18

72

5

42

85

.274

.366

.530

2011

AL

MLB

15

44

2

6

0

0

0

0

0

2

20

.136

.174

.136

8. Aaron Westlake – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’4″ 235 – 12.27.88. College: Vanderbilt. Drafted: 2011 – 3rd Round. In Aaron Westlake’s final game in Nashville, he hit three home runs to send the Commodores to the College World Series for the first time in school history. A fourth year junior before being drafted, Westlake is older than most 2011 draftees so he’ll need to move quickly so he can be blocked by Miggy and Prince.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

GLF

RK

5

18

2

3

1

0

1

4

0

2

6

.167

.250

.389

2011

NYP

A-

27

106

14

28

4

1

2

15

1

10

23

.264

.328

.377

2011

2 lgs

TOT

32

124

16

31

5

1

3

19

1

12

29

.250

.316

.379

9. Dan Vogelbach – Bats: L Throws: R – 5’11 250 – 12.17.92. High School: North Fort Myers (FL). Drafted: 2011 – 2nd Round. The power is real and so is his waist line.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

ARI

RK

6

24

4

7

3

0

1

6

1

2

2

.292

.370

.542

10. Alex Dickerson – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’3″ 235 – 5.26.90. College Indiana. Drafted: 2011 – 3rd Round. Alex uses his massive forearms to generate a powerful pull heavy swing. Click here for a our scouting report.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

NYP

A-

41

150

25

47

16

1

3

19

0

16

28

.313

.393

.493

2012 Top 10 Catcher Prospects

I kick off my third year of ranking prospects by position by once again starting with the catchers and some of these guys have been on the list each year, while others are new faces. Overall, I’d grade this catching class as average due to a lack in consistency. Two of the more exciting bats in the class, Montero and Sanchez, have little chance to stick at catcher, while some of the more exciting defenders have flawed offensive resumes because they’ve never met a pitch they haven’t swung at.



1. Jesus Montero – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’4″ 225 – SEA – 11.28.89. Signed: Venezuela 2006. Montero topped this list a year ago after being named second (behind Carlos Santana) in 2010. From a top 100 perspective, he landed at #3 in 2011 and #6 in 2010. After repeating AAA in 2011, the Yankees dealt Montero to Seattle in exchange for 2011 All-Star and All-Rookie Team selection RHP Michael Pineda. While I don’t think he’ll be a passable backstop at the next level, Montero’s bat has star potential and will earn him a full time role in 2012.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

IL

AAA

109

420

52

121

19

1

18

67

0

36

98

.288

.348

.467

2011

AL

MLB

18

61

9

20

4

0

4

12

0

7

17

.328

.406

.590

2. Devin Mesoraco – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’1″ 220 – CIN – 6.19.88. High School: Punxsutawney (PA) Drafted: 1st Round (15th Overall) 2007. I was squarely in the doubter camp following Mesoraco’s rebound 2010 season but a solid 2011 that culminated with a September call up has put those doubts to rest. While I still think it was not without risk and premature to deal Yasmani Grandal to San Diego, the path is clear for Mesoraco to get significant AB’s in Cincinnati this season sharing time with personal favorite Ryan Hanigan.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

IL

AAA

120

436

60

126

36

2

15

71

1

52

83

.289

.371

.484

2011

NL

MLB

18

53

5

9

3

0

2

6

0

3

10

.180

.226

.360

3. Yasmani Grandal – Bats: B Throws: R – 6’2″ 205 – SD. 11.8.88. College: Miami. Drafted: 1st Round (12th Overall) 2010 – Cincinnati. Grandal and Devin Mesoraco were two of the top rated prep catchers in the 2007 draft and the Reds spent 1st round picks on both of them. Grandal slid to Boston in the 27th round that year but honored his college commitment to Miami (FL) where he started as a freshman on an Omaha bound 2008 team that included fellow first rounders Yonder Alonso and Jemile Weeks. Grandal and Alonso (along with Brad Boxberger) were dealt to San Diego in exchange for Mat Latos. I’m higher on Grandal than most but I’m partial to switch hitting catchers. While his defense lags behind his offense at this stage, he did throw out 34% of would be basestealers last season.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

CAL

A+

56

206

47

61

14

0

10

40

0

41

57

.296

.410

.510

2011

SOU

AA

45

156

20

47

15

0

4

26

0

13

39

.301

.360

.474

2011

IL

AAA

4

12

2

6

2

0

0

2

0

5

1

.500

.667

1.33

2011

TOT

3 Lgs

105

374

69

114

31

0

14

68

0

59

97

.305

.401

.500

4. Travis d’Arnaud – Bats: R Throws: R. 6’2 195 – TOR – 2.10.89. High School: Lakewood (CA). Drafted: 1st Round Supplemental (37th Overall) 2007 – Philadelphia. I was a fool to leave him off this list last year. A better all-around skill set than J.P. Arencibia, d’Arnaud should be the Blue Jay’s catcher of the future. The Jays acquired him, along with Kyle Drabek and Michael Taylor (since traded to Oakland for Brett Wallace) from the Phillies in the Roy Halladay 2009 trade. He’ll start the year in AAA Las Vegas but should finish in Toronto if they don’t deal him at the deadline if the Jays find themselves competing this season.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

EL

AA

114

424

72

132

33

1

21

78

4

33

100

.311

.371

.542

5. Gary Sanchez – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’2″ 220 – NYY – 12.2.92. Signed: Dominican Republic 2009. Though not close to contributing, Montero’s exit has seemingly crowned Sanchez as the catcher of the future in the Bronx. Like Montero however, Sanchez’ defense will make him a long shot to remain behind the dish. He has a strong arm but his receiving skills are primitive.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

SAL

A-

82

301

49

77

16

1

17

52

2

36

93

.256

.335

.485

6. Wilin Rosario – Bats: R Throws: R- 5’11” 195 – COL – 2.23.89. Signed: Dominican Republic 2006. There is almost nothing I enjoy more than catchers that love to show off their arms and Rosario does just that and for good reason. Defensive prowess and pop will be his calling cards at the next level but take a walk for crying out loud!

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

AA

TL

102

405

52

101

15

3

21

48

1

19

91

.249

.284

.457

2011

NL

MLB

16

54

6

11

3

1

3

8

0

2

20

.204

.228

.463

7. Blake Swilhart – BOS – Bats: B Throws: R – 6’1″ 175 – BOS – 4.3.92. High School: Rio Rancho (NM). Drafted: 1st Round (26th Overall). I already admitted that I’m a sucker for switch hitting catchers and Swilhart is no exception. He projects as a complete catcher though he has more to prove than anyone on this list. A ranking this high is an admitted leap of faith.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

8. Christian Bethancourt – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’2″ 195 – ATL – 9.2.91. Signed: Panama 2008. Still just 20 years old, Bethancourt is a veteran to this list, coming in at the #9 spot in 2010. His arm and athleticism make him a sure fire bet to stick at catcher but he’ll likely need to develop patience to realize his power potential at the plate.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

SAL

A-

54

221

25

67

10

3

4

33

6

8

27

.303

.323

.430

2011

CAR

A+

45

166

11

45

6

0

1

20

3

3

35

.271

.277

.325

2011

TOT

2 lgs

99

387

36

112

16

3

5

53

9

11

62

.289

.304

.385

9. Sebastian Valle – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’1″ 170 – PHI – 7.24.90. Signed: Mexico 2006. Like Bethancourt, Valle has always been one of the younger players at each level he’s played and therefore hasn’t put up the types of numbers that correlate with his scouting reports just yet. He has the type of quick hand that suggest he’ll hit for above average power while also giving you average to good skills behind the plate.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

FSL

A+

91

348

34

99

19

2

5

40

0

13

84

.284

.312

.394

10. Tommy Joseph – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’1″ 210 – SF – 1.16.91. High School: Scotsdale (AZ). Drafted: 2nd Round (2009). A sub par full season debut in 2010 both offensively and defensively prompted discussions of Joseph moving to 1B. While he did play some there last season, he also caught 91 games and threw out an impressive 37% of basestealers. His 2012 assignment is to take draw more walks. He won’t be in the hitter friendly California league this year so I expect a regression, however his 2011 improvements were more than just league induced. I was tempted to throw fellow Giants farmhand and 2011 Oregon State draftee Andrew Susac on this list instead of Joseph but since Susac has yet to debut, I’ll give Joseph the slight nod based on performance.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2011

CAL

A+

127

560

80

139

33

2

22

95

1

29

102

.270

.317

.471

Scouting Report: Yonder Alonso – 1B – CIN

Yonder Alonso – 1B – Cincinnati Reds. Bats: L Throws: R 6’2″ 210. DOB: 1.8.87. College: Miami (FL) Drafted: 1st Round (7th Overall) 2008.


Scouted: Louisville Bats @ Columbus Clippers 6.1.10 (In Person)


The Twins selected Alonso as a catcher in the 16th round of the 2005 draft, but he opted to go to Miami where he had a prolific college career as a first baseman. After leading the Canes to Omaha as a junior, the Reds used the 7th overall pick on Alonso and signed him to big league contract at the deadline.

Stuck behind NL MVP Joey Votto at first base, the Reds experimented with Alonso in left field in both AA and AAA last season to the tune of 30 total games. Alonso made one error and had an impressive 4 assists as an outfielder, but he’s just not fast enough to play out there at the MLB level.


College Stats

Year

Age

Class

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

CS

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2006

19

FR

66

244

48

72

18

0

10

69

4

1

32

37

.295

.373

.492

2007

20

SO

61

210

57

79

13

1

18

74

13

3

64

31

.376

.519

.705

2008

21

JR

64

211

80

78

12

1

24

72

9

6

76

35

.370

.534

.777


Minor League Stats

Year

Age

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

CS

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2008

21

A+

6

25

1

6

1

0

0

2

0

0

5

5

.316

.440

.368

2009

22

A+/AA

84

295

33

86

24

0

9

52

1

1

41

46

.292

.374

.464

2010

23

AA/AAA

132

507

69

147

36

2

15

69

13

3

56

92

.290

.362

.458

TOT

222

821

103

239

61

2

24

123

14

4

102

143

.291

.368

.458

Major League Stats

Year

Age

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

CS

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

23

MLB

22

29

2

6

2

0

0

3

0

0

0

10

.207

.207

.276

It’s important to note that getting one live look doesn’t provide nearly enough information to produce a true scouting report, but that’s not going to stop me from giving you my report anyway.

HITTING: Alonso is a patient hitter who knows the strike zone well. His appeal is his above average BB% and his relatively low K% for a slugger. My big concern with Alonso has always been his ability to hit LHP, as he struggled in that area in college and in his first full year as a professional. Last year, however, Alonso hit a respectable .269 v. LHP in AAA and .273 v. LHP in AA.

POWER: Alonso has plus power to all fields and uses his patience to punish pitches in the zone.

SPEED: Alonso has well below average speed.

ARM: The arm is average and adequate at first base.

DEFENSE: The Reds have tried Alonso at third base and left field and there’s no denying that he’s a first baseman and nothing more. While he’s not fast, he’s athletic enough that he could develop into an above average defender at first base.

FUTURE: Though he received a late season promotion during Cincinnati’s pennate race, Yonder is clearly blocked by one of the National League’s best players. I anticipated that the Reds would have attempted to use an Alonso headlined package to secure a left fielder this off season but that hasn’t happened. Alonso will almost certainly start the season in AAA to garner consistent playing time and baring a Joey Votto injury, he’ll stay in Louisville until the contending Reds want to buy at at the deadline.

Scouting Report: Desmond Jennings – OF – TB

Desmond Jennings – CF – Tampa Bay Rays. Bats: R Throws: R 6’2″ 180. DOB: 10.30.86. College: Itawamba CC (MS) Drafted: 10th Round 2006

Scouted: Durham Bulls @ Columbus Clippers 5.14.10 (In Person)

The Devil Rays changed the course of their brief history in 2006 when they used the 3rd overall pick on Evan Longoria, but 9 rounds later they selected another player with star ability. A decorated wide receiver at Itawamba CC, Jennings’ athletic ability is apparent to all observers. Jennings’ speed/plate discipline combination captured my attention years ago and I was so high on him last season that he came in at #3 on my top 100 prospects list. While 2010 was a success, Jennings didn’t duplicate his impressive 2009 campaign and will enter 2011 as my #3 outfielder. Jennings had some trouble staying healthy early in his professional career but the past two seasons have been generally incident free.

Minor League Stats

Year

Age

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

CS

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2006

19

RK

56

213

48

59

10

1

4

20

32

5

22

39

.277

.360

.390

2007

20

A-

99

387

75

122

21

5

9

37

45

15

45

53

.315

.401

.465

2008

21

A+

24

85

17

22

5

1

2

6

5

2

14

16

.259

.360

.412

2009

22

AA-AAA

132

497

92

158

31

10

11

62

52

7

67

67

.318

.401

.487

2010

23

AAA

109

399

82

111

25

6

3

36

37

4

47

67

.278

.362

.393

TOT

420

1581

314

472

92

23

29

161

171

33

195

242

.299

.384

.441

Major League Stats

Year

Age

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

CS

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

23

MLB

17

24

5

4

1

1

0

2

2

2

2

4

.190

.292

.333

It’s important to note that getting one live look doesn’t provide nearly enough information to produce a true scouting report, but that’s not going to stop me from giving you my report anyway.

HITTING: Jennings excels with pitch recognition which bodes well for his future projection as a player capable of hitting at a high average, but one minor point of concern is that the right handed hitting Jennings hit just .198 against lefties last season.

POWER: After posting a career high .487 slugging percentage in 2009, Jennings slugged just .393 last season. It’s possible that a wrist injury he battled through limited Jennings’ power, but while he was once projected to develop average power, I just don’t see it. He has a short compact line drive stroke and his wheels will turn singles into doubles but no amount of speed will turn those doubles into home runs.

SPEED: Jennings possesses speed that is truly plus plus and he’s intelligent enough to use it wisely. His CS% is consistently low and the International League mangers voted regarded him as the top baserunner in the league in 2010. I clocked Jennings at 4.3 seconds from home to 1st base.

ARM: I have not been able to get an accurate first hand look at Jennings arm strength, but all accounts have this tool graded as average.

DEFENSE: On top of being voted as the best baserunner, Jennings was also voted the most exciting player and the best defensive outfielder in the International League.

FUTURE: The departure of Carl Crawford should create an opening for Jennings where his OBP and stolen base totals while playing for a contender could generate Rookie of the Year buzz.

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2011 Top 20 Outfield Prospects

1. Bryce Harper – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’3″ 225 – WAS – 10.16.92. When Tom Verdicci wrote his legendary “Chosen One” article, he opened it with the proclamation, “His name is Bryce Harper. You don’t know him, but every big league scouting director does.” Oh Verdicci you underestimate the prospect community! We were well aware of Harper, who had just been named Baseball America’s High School Player of the Year as a sophomore. Harper’s story is truly remarkable and will go down in baseball history regardless of whether he pans out. My prediction for 2011 is that we’re going to see a high K%. Very high. The K’s will cause a low batting average and he’ll begin to press which will lead to more K’s. Some people not quite as smart as my readers will start calling him a bust prematurely. His true test will be dealing with adversity for the first time in his life. Regardless of the numbers he will produce in 2011, Harper will likely be #1 on this list again in 2012. He’s just that talented.

Year

Class

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2008

FR

HS

11

67

.599

2009

SO

HS

115

76

72

22

9

14

55

36

.626

2010

FR

JUCO

66

228

98

101

23

4

31

98

20

39

43

.443

.526

.987

2010

AFL

9

35

6

12

3

2

1

7

1

4

11

.353

.410

.629

2. Mike Trout – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’1″ 215 – LAA – 8.7.91. A New Jersey prep product, Trout was selected by the Angles with the second of their two first round picks in 2009. Trout’s 2010 season was spectacular as he posted a .918 OPS to go with 56 SB while propelling him into the Minor League Player of the Year discussion. While his legs make him a plus center fielder, his arm is below average so he may be a left fielder by the time he reaches the Major Leagues.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

MW

A-

81

312

76

113

19

7

6

39

45

46

52

.362

.454

.526

2010

CAL

A+

50

196

30

60

9

2

4

19

11

27

33

.306

.388

.434

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

131

508

106

173

28

9

10

58

56

73

85

.341

.428

.490

3. Desmond Jennings – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’2″ 200 – TB – 10.30.86. Jennings appeal to me has always been his patient eye coupled with his stolen base ability, as that combination is much more rare in today’s game than it should be. Jennings has had a well above average BB% throughout his minor league career while stealing 171 bases in just over 4 seasons. He should spend most of 2011 as Carl Crawford’s replacement in left, even if he doesn’t make the team out of spring training.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

IL

AAA

109

399

82

111

25

6

3

36

37

47

67

.278

.363

.393

2010

AL

MLB

17

21

5

4

1

1

0

2

2

2

4

.190

.292

.333

4. Domonic Brown – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’5″ 200 – PHI – 9.3.87. A 20th round pick out of a Georgia HS in 2006, Brown has climbed the prospect rankings year by year. Now a legitimate 5-tool prospect, he’ll be asked to fill Jayson Werth’s shoes and contend for Rookie of the Year on a championship caliber team.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

EL

AA

65

236

50

75

16

3

15

47

12

29

51

.318

.391

.602

2010

IL

AAA

28

107

15

37

6

1

5

21

5

8

23

.346

.390

.561

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

93

343

65

112

22

4

20

68

17

37

74

.327

.391

.589

2010

NL

MLB

35

62

8

13

3

0

2

13

2

5

24

.210

.257

.355

5. Aaron Hicks – Bats: B Throws: R – 6’2″ 185 – MIN – 10.2.89. Let’s face it folks there is a drop off between 4 and 5 but HIcks has legit talent. I’ve been bullish on him since the 2008 draft when I, like many other prospectors, liked him better as a pitcher. While he hasn’t hit for as much power as I feel he’s capable of, Hicks walked at an incredible 17% last season and has posted BB/K ratios of .88, .73 and .79 in his three professional seasons. There’s a lot to like about that.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

115

423

86

118

86

118

27

6

8

49

21

88

112

.279

.401

.428

6. Brett Jackson – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’2″ 210 – CHC – 8.2.88. The Cubs used a 2009 first round pick on Jackson, an athletic outfielder out of Cal. Remember when Cal had a baseball team? If you haven’t figured it out, I’m partial to guys who get on base and Jackson does just that. He posted a .395 OBP and used those on base opportunities to steal 30 bags.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

FSL

A+

67

263

56

83

19

8

6

38

12

43

63

.316

.420

.517

2010

SO

AA

61

228

47

63

13

6

6

28

18

30

63

.276

.366

.465

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

128

491

103

146

32

14

12

66

30

73

126

.297

.395

.493

7. Nick Weglarz – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’3 240 – CLE – 12.16.87. It’s tough for me to look at Nick Weglarz and not think of Adam Dunn. He’s big, he’s powerful to all fields and he takes a ton of walks. A native Canadian, he’s an Olympic and WBC veteran.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

EL

AA

37

137

21

39

10

0

7

27

1

22

26

.285

.387

.511

2010

IL

AAA

50

175

30

50

17

1

6

20

2

28

43

.286

.392

.497

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

87

313

51

89

27

1

13

47

3

50

69

.285

.390

.503

8. Trayvon Robinson – Bats: B Throws: R – 5’11” 195 – LAD – 9.1.87. An intercity Los Angeles product, Robinson was a 10th round pick in 2005. Robinson is a switch hitter who hits for average well against righties (.291) and lefties (.319).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

SO

AA

120

434

80

130

23

5

9

57

38

73

125

.300

.404

.438

9. Engel Beltre – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’2″ 180 – TEX – 11.1.89. Beltre displayed 5 tool ability in his second go around in High A Bakersfield in 2010. While he’s a plus runner, his 9 caught stealings demonstrate a needs to learn the nuances of base running.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

CAL

A+

68

263

38

87

11

4

5

35

10

11

34

.331

.376

.460

2010

TL

AA

47

181

14

46

4

4

1

14

8

10

24

.254

.301

.337

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

115

444

52

133

15

8

6

49

18

21

58

.300

.346

.410

10. Jaff Decker – Bats: L Throws: L – 5’10” 190 – SD – 2.23.90. Power and plate discipline are the calling cards of this oddly shaped and even more oddly spelled prospect. While Decker draws his Matt Stairs comparisons primarily for his body type, like Stairs he walks at a high rate (13.5%) and also strikes out at an equally high rate (27.6%).

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

CAL

A+

79

290

53

76

14

2

17

58

5

47

80

.262

.374

.500

11. Yorman Rodriguez – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’3″ 180 – CIN – 8.15.92. Signed as a 16 year old out of Venezuela, Rodriguez has 5 tool ability. Thankfully walking isn’t an official tool, as his 8 BB in 171 AB’s equal a meager 4.3 BB%. He’ll join 2B Billy Hamilton on a prospect laden Low A Dayton team, where I’ll be able to get a look at him in person.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

PIO

Rk

43

171

25

58

8

3

2

39

12

8

30

.339

.361

.456

12. Anthony Gose – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’1″ 190 – TOR – 8.10.90. Gose was part of a talented group of California prep outfielders in the 2008 draft that included Minnesota’s Aaron Hicks. He led the minor leagues with 76 SB in 2009 but this past season he stole just 45 while being caught an alarming 32 times. Any Sabermetrician, and I’m not claiming to be one, will tell you that the value of a stolen base just isn’t enough to risk when you’re thrown out nearly half the time. Gose was selected by the Phillies in the 2nd round in 2008 before being dealt to Houston in exchange for Roy Oswalt. Houston quickly traded him to the Blue Jays for fellow 2008 draftee, Arizona State’s 3B/1B Brett Wallace.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

FSL

A+

103

418

67

110

17

11

4

21

36

32

103

.263

.325

.385

2010

FSL

A+

27

94

21

24

3

2

3

6

9

13

29

.255

.360

.426

2010

TOT

2Tms

130

512

88

134

20

13

7

27

45

45

132

.262

.332

.393

13. Jared Mitchell – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’0″ 205 – CWS – 10.13.88. Even if Jared Mitchell doesn’t make it to the Major Leagues, he’s already a pretty accomplished young man. Mitchell was a wide receiver on the 2007 LSU national championship team, the College World Series MVP on the 2009 national champion baseball team and a first round pick that same year. Mitchell missed all of 2010 because of a torn tendon in his ankle and his ultimate potential is directly tied to whether or not he can regain his athleticism. Mitchell is patient almost to a fault, often making it difficult for me to discern whether he is truly being patient or just not recognizing pitches in the strike zone.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2009

SAL

A-

34

115

13

34

12

2

0

10

5

23

40

.296

.417

.435

14. Michael Choice – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’0″ 215 – OAK – 11.10.89. Choice rode his DI leading 76 walks to a .568 OBP as a junior at Texas-Arlington. Oakland may be going back to it’s Moneyball routes as they made the on base machine the 10th overall pick in 2010. I’m projecting power and patience on his way to a monster season in the hitters paradise that is the High A California League.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

ARI

Rk

3

7

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

.000

.222

.000

2010

NW

Rk

27

102

20

29

10

2

7

26

6

15

43

.284

.388

.627

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

30

109

21

29

10

2

7

26

6

17

45

.266

.377

.587

15. Xavier Avery – Bats: L Throws: L – 5’11” 180 – BAL – 1.1.90. Avery was part of what is looking like a very promising 2008 Baltimore draft class that included future ace Brian Matusz (1st) and my #8 2B, L.J. Hoes (3rd). Like Hoes, he’s developing rather quickly for a prep draftee and could make an appearance in Baltimore by late 2012.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

CA

A+

109

447

73

125

25

6

4

48

28

42

96

.280

.349

.389

2010

EL

AA

27

107

10

25

6

0

3

18

10

7

34

.234

.288

.374

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

136

554

83

150

31

6

7

66

38

49

130

.271

.337

.386

16. Cesar Puello – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’2″ 195 – NYM – 4.1.91. While I was never officially on the Fernando Martinez bandwagon am officially off and onto Cesar Puello’s “C-Train”. Did I just make that up? It’s certainly no more ridiculous than “F-Mart”! While F-Mart is young enough to turn it around, Puello is young enough that he hasn’t disappointed Mets fans yet. A .292/.375/.359 line is impressive for a teenager in the Low A Sally League.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

SAL

A-

109

404

80

118

22

1

1

34

45

32

82

.292

.375

.359

17. Ben Revere – Bats: L Throws: R – 5’9″ 175 – MIN – 5.3.88. In 2007 the Twins shocked the prospecting community when they used a first round pick on the undersized Kentucky prep standout and signed him quickly for just $750,000. A great contact hitter, Revere has hit at least .305 in each of his professional seasons and has never had a K% over 11.4%.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

EL

AA

94

361

44

110

10

4

1

23

36

32

41

.305

.371

.363

2010

AL

MLB

13

28

1

5

0

0

0

2

0

2

5

.179

.233

.179

18. Reymond Fuentes – Bats: L Throws: L – 6’0″ 160 – SD – 2.12.91. Boston made the Puerto Rican born Fuentes a first round pick in 2009 and then recently traded him to San Diego with RHP Casey Kelly and 1B Anthony Rizzo for Adrian Gonzalez. Defensively, Fuentes shines in centerfield but a poor arm could force a future move to left field.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

SAL

A-

104

374

59

101

15

5

5

41

42

25

87

.270

.328

.377

19. Christian Yelich – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’4″ 190 – FLA – 12.5.91. A first baseman at Westlake Village HS (CA), Yelich will begin his professional career in the outfield. Yelich was regarded as one of the more advanced prep bats in the 2010 draft.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

GCL

Rk

6

24

3

9

1

1

0

3

1

2

7

.375

.423

.500

2010

SAL

A-

6

23

2

8

2

0

0

2

0

1

6

.348

.375

.435

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

12

47

5

17

3

1

0

5

1

3

13

.362

.400

.468

20. Kyle Parker – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’0″ 200 – COL – 9.30.89. While college athletics has seen many two sport stars, Parker became the first player in collegiate history to throw for 20 TD’s and hit 20 HR. As the 26th overall pick in the 2010 draft, Parker signed at the deadline yet still returned to Clemson for one more season on the gridiron. Now that football is behind him he’ll begin his professional baseball career in 2011 where he’s expected to hit for power.

Year

Class

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

JR

NCAA

67

247

85

85

15

1

20

64

4

56

60

.344

.478

.656

2011 Top 10 Third Basemen Prospects


1. Mike Moustakas – Bats: L Throws: R – 5’11” 230 – KC – 9.11.88. As a high school senior in 2007, Moustakas smacked a California record 24 HR on his way to earning Baseball America’s High School Player of the Year. That power has translated into the professional game as Moustakas has accumulated 74 HR in three minor league seasons. Though he was a shortstop in high school, I questioned his ability to stay in the infield but he’s shown some improvement and was even voted as the top defensive third baseman by the Texas League managers.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

TL

AA

66

259

58

90

25

0

21

76

0

26

42

.347

.413

.687

2010

PCL

AAA

52

225

36

66

16

0

15

48

2

8

25

.293

.314

.564

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

118

484

94

156

41

0

36

124

2

34

67

.322

.369

.630

2. Lonnie Chisenhall – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’1″ 200 – CLE – 10.4.88. Chisenhall stared as a freshman and #3 hitter on the same South Carolina Gamecocks team that included future first rounders Justin Smoak and Reese Havens before being arrested and kicked off the team for theft. He then spent a year at Pitt CC (NC) and the Indians made him their first round pick (29th Overall) in 2008. He should spend most of 2011 on a prospect laden AAA Columbus team that will include 2B Jason Kipnis, RHP Alex White and OF Nick Weglarz.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

EL

AA

117

460

81

128

22

3

17

84

3

46

77

.278

.351

.450

3. Miguel Sano – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’3″ 230 – MIN – 5.11.93. The Twins inked the then 16 year-old Sano to a $3.15 MM bonus largely because of his power potential. Sano didn’t disappoint in his first professional season posting an .870 OPS while showing more patience than I anticipated.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

DSL

Rk

20

64

11

22

2

1

3

10

2

14

17

.344

.463

.547

2010

GCL

Rk

41

148

23

43

14

0

4

19

2

10

43

.291

.338

.466

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

61

212

34

65

16

1

7

29

4

24

60

.307

.379

.491

4. Zack Cox – Bats: L Throws: R – 6’0″ 215 – STL – 5.9.89. A University of Arkansas product, Cox was the best college bat in the 2009 draft but because of the leverage afforded to the draft eligible sophomore coupled with his high price tag, the Cardinals were able to steal him with the 25th overall pick and sign him for $2,000,000. There is no doubt that the former pitcher has the arm for 3B but the other aspects of his defense will be tested.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

GCL

Rk

4

15

0

6

1

0

0

1

0

1

3

.400

.471

.467


5. Nolan Arenado – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’1″ 205 – COL – 4.16.91. The 2009 2nd round pick out of a California high school earned high marks in his 203 professional AB’s that season by posting a 0.89 BB/K%. While that number took a nose dive to 0.37 in 2010, he showed tremendous power by smacking 41 doubles in just 92 games while keeping his strikeouts in check.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

SAL

A-

92

373

45

115

41

1

12

65

1

19

52

.308

.338

.520


6. Matt Dominguez – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’1″ 205 – FLA – 8.28.89. Dominguez was the High School teammate of the prospect that led off this list, Mike Moustakas. Like Moustakas, Dominguez was a first round pick (12th overall) in 2007. Matt’s glove work is so prodigious that I believe if he can continue to produce acceptable offensive numbers, he could have a 10 year career as an MLB regular.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

SO

AA

138

504

61

127

34

2

14

81

0

56

96

.252

.333

.411

7. Nick Castellanos – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’4″ 195 – DET – 3.4.92. Bonus demands dropped Castellanos to the supplemental round but the right team took a chance on him. The Tigers are becoming renown for opening up their pocket books to sign draftees and they spent a supplemental round record $3.45 MM to sign Castellanos away from a Miami (FL) commitment. It’s too early to use his small sample of professional at bats to make a any projections, but he profiles as a power bat with the ability to stay at 3B.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

GCL

Rk

7

24

5

8

2

0

0

3

0

4

5

.333

.414

.417

8. Kaleb Cowart – Bats: B Throws: R – 6’3″ 190 – LAA – 6.2.92. As a two way standout from Georgia, Cowart was the 2010 Baseball America High School Player of the Year and the Angles took notice and made him the 18th overall pick. He’ll focus on hitting as a professional where he’s projected to have plus power.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

ARI

RK

6

21

0

3

0

0

0

4

0

0

6

.143

.136

.148

2010

PIO

RK

1

5

1

2

0

0

1

3

0

1

2

.400

.500

1.000

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

7

26

1

5

0

0

1

7

0

1

8

.192

.214

.308

9. Brent Morel – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’2″ 220 – CWS – 4.21.87. Morel was a 3rd round pick out of Cal Poly in 2008 despite not being a top 200 draft prospect that year, but he’s been a steady performer since signing for $440,000. Though he hasn’t hit more than 16 HR in a season as professional, Morel’s 40 doubles and 58 XBH in 2010 prove he should provide no lower than average power at his position.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

SO

AA

49

184

25

60

13

1

2

30

5

14

36

.326

.376

.440

2010

IL

AAA

81

306

40

98

24

4

8

34

3

13

50

.320

.348

.503

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

130

490

65

158

37

5

10

64

8

27

86

.322

.359

.480

2010

AL

MLB

21

65

9

15

3

0

3

7

2

4

17

.231

.271

.271

10. Kolbrin Vitek – Bats: R Throws: R – 6’2″ 195 – BOS – 4.1.89. Though he played 2B and 3B at Ball State, many projected Vitek to move to the outfield as a professional, but he’s played strictly 3B thus far. The Red Sox used the 20th overall pick in 2010 on Vitek and signed him quickly for the MLB slot recommendation $1.36MM. Vitek has the speed, quickness and arm strength to stay at 3B.

Year

LG

Level

G

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

K

AVE

OBP

SLG

2010

NYP

Rk

56

204

30

55

13

3

4

30

13

26

61

.270

.360

.422

2010

SAL

A-

12

40

7

11

3

1

0

3

4

7

13

.275

.383

.400

2010

TOT

2 Lgs

68

244

37

66

16

4

4

33

17

33

74

.270

.364

.418

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