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 Post subject: 2008 Pirates draftees.. how are they doing now?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:06 pm 
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Lynchburg Hillcats

Pedro Alvarez 3b .240 9 41
Jordy Mercer ss .231 3 30
Matthew Hague 1b .287 3 23
Justin Wilson lhp (s) 3-3 7.13
Michael Colla rhp (r) 4-0 1.21
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Calvin Anderson 1b .298 7 33
Chase D'Arnaud ss .297 2 25
Robbie Grossman cf .268 1 13
Jeremy Farrell 3b .290 3 20
Owen Brolsma rhp (r) 0-2 2.59, 1 S
Brian Leach rhp (r) 1-0 3.16
Tyler Cox lhp (s) 0-4 10.50
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Played for State College in '08

Matthew Payne 3b .278 0 12
Kyle Morgan inf-dh .235 3 15 StC, .148 0 2 in GCL
Mark Carver c .217 1 8
David Rubenstein cf .249 1 14
Brent Klinger rhp (r) 0-0 0.00
Allen Ponder rhp (r) 1-2 4.22, 2 S
Mike Williams lhp (r) 2-2 4.27
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Played for GCL Pirates in '08

Jarek Cunningham ss (tore acl) .318 5 22
Benjamin Gonzalez ss .207 0 14
Craig Parry lf .274 0 14
Edwin Roman cf .221 2 13
Wesley Freeman of .182 0 2
Albert Fagan rhp (r) 3-2 2.88
Alan Knotts rhp (r) 3-2 4.09 in StC
Christopher Aure lhp (s,r) 3-2 2.90
Kyle Saukko rhp ?
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(s)= starting pitcher, (r) = reliever

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Pirates draftees.. how are they doing now?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:18 pm 
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I'm certainly not blown away by any of those number... :|

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Pirates draftees.. how are they doing now?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:14 pm 
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Can you also get the OBP and SLG numbers of each hitter? Those numbers tell us much more about how good their plate discipline is and how often they hit for extra bases. Also, for the pitchers, it would be extremely helpful to know their walks, strikeouts, and innings pitched. It's hard to tell how good a player is unless we know the rate at which they do good things (and bad things).

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