April 4, 2009

Spring Stats & Random Stuff

Spring Stats:

Batters
            PA*   AVG   OBP   SLG
Ellsbury 69 .266 .329 .453
Pedroia 46 .333 .426 .487
Ortiz 50 .250 .392 .500
Youkilis 35 .233 .343 .333
Drew 49 .250 .400 .300
Bay 53 .227 .364 .545
Lowell 43 .268 .302 .488
Lowrie 74 .343 .400 .657
Varitek 53 .216 .241 .529

Carter 78 .355 .380 .658
Green 66 .349 .414 .524
Baldelli 53 .273 .333 .500
Kottaras 34 .273 .333 .485
Lugo 22 .450 .478 .550

PA: AB + BB
Notes:
Ellsbury: Only 4 K in 69 PA
Pedroia: 6 of 13 hits were doubles
Ortiz: 10 hits, 3 HR, 10 BB, 7 K
Youkilis: 6 of 7 hits were singles
Drew: 8 of 10 hits were singles
Bay: 10 hits, 2 doubles, 4 HR
Lowell: 11 hits, 3 HR
Lowrie: 23 hits, 8 doubles, 2 triples,
3 HR, 16 RBI
Varitek: 5 of 11 hits were HR, 16 RBI
Carter: 6 HR, 15 RS
Green: 16 RS
Pitchers
            G    IP    H  BB   K   ERA
Beckett 7 27.2 28 5 17 3.25
Lester 6 19.2 18 11 20 1.83
Matsuzaka 2 9.0 3 7 3 1.00
Wakefield 5 15.0 17 8 11 5.40
Penny 3 12.0 9 1 6 3.75

Masterson 7 15.2 12 2 14 2.30
Delcarmen 12 13.2 18 6 9 4.61
Ramirez 12 12.1 11 3 12 4.38
Okajima 11 11.2 7 3 7 2.31
Papelbon 11 11.0 9 3 13 3.27
Saito 9 9.0 11 4 9 2.00
Lopez 7 8.1 7 3 6 3.24
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3 comments:

andy said...

I have never seen the games where non-pitchers do mop up duty.I now really want to see this.

tim said...

BEISBOL in 36 hours!!!!!!!!! Woohoo!

L-girl said...

About 30 now! Can't wait!!!

I start the baseball season completely fresh. I have not seen one inning of one spring training game, as always (unless we're there).