Monday, March 16, 2015

Where are they now?

A quick look at the ones that got away...

Yangervis Solartes, Padres: 22 AB, .318 BA, no HRs, no RBIs, two walks.
Martin Prado, Marlins: 17 AB, .294 BA, no HRs, 1 RBI, two walks.
Frankie Cervelli, Pirates: 9 AB, .111 BA, no HRs, no RBIs, one walk.
Pete O'Brien, Diamondbacks: 22 AB, .227 BA, no HRs, 2 RBIs, two walks.
Zolio Almonte, Braves: 23 AB, .174 BA, no HRs, 2 RBIs, three walks.

Chien-Ming Wang, Braves: 5.1 innings, 5.06 ERA, no wins or losses, three earned runs, three walks, five strikeouts.
Sean Kelley, Padres: 3.1 innings, 8.10 ERA, no wins or losses, three earned runs, two walks, five strikeouts.
Manny Banuelos, Braves: 1.2 innings, 32.40 ERA, no wins, two losses, six earned runs, two walks. Ouch. 

And of course, Robbie... 11 AB, .364, no HRs or RBIs, yet.


Leinstery said...

I cracked up at the Banuelos stats. How long ago were we anticipating his arrival to the big time? Also nice to sen Chein Ming Wang is still alive, I still hope they bring him back some day. Not because I think he would be an addition at this point in his career, but just for nostalgia. Do you remember how majestic he looked rounding the bases in Houston? I do, straight Chariots of Fire moment. Actually who knows, now that Derek "el Deck Furniture" Jeter is no longer in the field maybe someone can finally field those ground-balls he always generated.

John M said...

Good thing we didn't sign Cano and spent the money on McCann, Ellsbury and Beltran. And Drew and Roberts. I think if you add up all of their averages you get to .364. So there, Mr. Greedy Seattle Person.

Anonymous said...

May be true but Cano couldn't field catcher, 2b, Center and right at the same time.