Monday, June 06, 2005

The Pace Of Things To Come

It's been a while since we've looked at paces. Warning, Junk Stats Ahead!

Brad Wilkerson: 63 doubles; 9 homers; 162 strikeouts
Jamey Carroll: 8 doubles; 3 triples; 0 homers
Jose Guillen: 34 doubles; 28 homers; 82 RBI; 91 runs
Nick Johnson: 40 doubles; 20 homers; 94 RBI; 96 walks
Vinny Castilla: 45 doubles; 11 homers; 85 RBI
Ryan Church: 20 doubles; 11 homers; 57 RBI
Brian Schneider: 28 doubles; 6 homers; 34 RBI; 40 runs
Cristian Guzman: 105 hits; 31 runs; 11 doubles; 3 triples and homers; 23 RBI; 97 strikeouts

Livan Hernandez: 23-6; 3.45 ERA; 260 IP
Esteban Loaiza: 3-11; 3.56 ERA; 223 IP; 173 K
Tomo Ohka: 11-9; 3.33 ERA; 153 IP; 77 BB; 17 homers; 48 K; $2,800 in fines.
Chad Cordero: 77 games; 43 saves; 80 IP; 77 K
Luis Ayala: 14-9; 100 IP; 3(!) walks
Tony Armas: 87 IP; 14 homers; 28 K

All stats from the highly-inaccurate AP (I mean, check out the team's W/L total!)

2 Comments:

  • 14-9; 100 IP

    Sweet! This is like something out of the 60s or 70s.

    Re: Wilkerson---I wonder what the record for highest K-to-HR ratio is, minimum say 150 Ks?

    By Blogger Basil, at 6/06/2005 10:59 AM  

  • I don't know an easy way to check this out but the Ayala walk-hit numbers seem extraordinary. Through Sunday June 12 he's given up 39 hits and just 1 walk. That seems very unusual to me. Fear of Frank?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/12/2005 6:32 PM  

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