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A Look at the Minors: Hitters

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With the regular season officially complete, we take a look at the top and bottom five hitters in each category (minimum: 100 AB's, Everett through Tacoma).

Batting Average

  1. Snelling (.370, Tacoma, 23)
  2. Boucher (.340, Wisconsin/IE, 23)
  3. Lopez (.319, Tacoma, 21)
  4. Dobbs (.319, Tacoma, 27)
  5. Eastley (.318, Everett, 22)
...
  1. Menchaca (.226, San Antonio, 24)
  2. Green (.216, Wisconsin, 24)
  3. Ruchti (.211, Wisconsin, 24)
  4. J Arroyo (.206, Wisconsin, 25)
  5. Bradford Jr. (.165, IE/Tacoma, 23)
On Base Percentage
  1. Snelling (.452, Tacoma, 23)
  2. Eastley (.434, Everett, 22)
  3. Boucher (.434, Wisconsin/IE, 23)
  4. B Johnson (.403, Wisconsin, 23)
  5. Falcon (.394, Wisconsin, 23)
...
  1. Oliveros (.279, IE/San Antonio, 22)
  2. Bradford Jr. (.275, IE/Tacoma, 23)
  3. Menchaca (.274, San Antonio, 24)
  4. Nelson (.266, San Antonio, 25)
  5. Ruchti (.259, Wisconsin, 24)
Slugging Percentage
  1. Tucker (.580, Everett, 23)
  2. Snelling (.553, Tacoma, 23)
  3. Balentien (.553, IE, 21)
  4. Heid (.527, Everett/IE, 23)
  5. Clement (.508, Everett/Wisconsin, 22)
...
  1. Hall (.300, Everett/Wisconsin, 21)
  2. J Arroyo (.296, Wisconsin, 25)
  3. Bradford Jr. (.291, IE/Tacoma, 23)
  4. Green (.287, Wisconsin, 24)
  5. Menchaca (.248, San Antonio, 24)
Isolated Power (SLG-BA)
  1. Tucker (.321, Everett, 23)
  2. Balentien (.262, IE, 21)
  3. Heid (.252, Everett/IE, 23)
  4. Gary (.204, Everett, 21)
  5. Saunders (.203, Everett, 18)
...
  1. Collins (.066, IE, 24)
  2. Hudson (.053, Everett, 22)
  3. C Arroyo (.053, IE, 24)
  4. Hall (.043, Everett/Wisconsin, 21)
  5. Menchaca (.022, San Antonio, 24)
Isolated Discipline (OBP-BA)
  1. Jacobsen (.122, Tacoma, 30)
  2. Falcon (.122, Wisconsin, 23)
  3. Eastley (.116, Everett, 22)
  4. Bradford Jr. (.110, IE/Tacoma, 23)
  5. Leone (.108, Tacoma, 28)
...
  1. Nelson (.030, San Antonio, 25)
  2. Rivera (.028, San Antonio/Tacoma, 22)
  3. Betancourt (.028, San Antonio/Tacoma, 23)
  4. Castro (.022, San Antonio, 22)
  5. Oliveros (.020, IE/San Antonio, 22)
BB/K Ratio
  1. Gonzalez (1.23, Tacoma, 31)
  2. B Johnson (0.96, Wisconsin, 23)
  3. Eastley (0.88, Everett, 22)
  4. Rogelstad (0.85, IE, 23)
  5. Valbuena (0.84, Everett, 19)
...
  1. Balentien (0.21, Inland Empire, 21)
  2. Rivera (0.19, San Antonio/Tacoma, 22)
  3. Gary (0.14, Everett, 21)
  4. Nelson (0.12, San Antonio 25)
  5. Oliveros (0.10, IE/San Antonio, 22)
SB/CS Ratio (minimum: 10 attempts)
  1. Womack (88.0%, Wisconsin, 21)
  2. Bubela (87.0%, San Antonio, 27)
  3. Boucher (86.7%, Wisconsin/IE, 23)
  4. Wilson (83.3%, Wisconsin, 22)
  5. Heid (83.3%, Everett/IE, 23)
...
  1. Nelson (52.6%, San Antonio, 25)
  2. Harris (50.0%, San Antonio, 26)
  3. Cabrera (41.7%, Wisconsin/IE/Tacoma, 19)
  4. Castro (40.0%, San Antonio, 22)
  5. Guzman (35.3%, San Antonio, 21)
The entire spreadsheet, with raw stats for all 65 players who accumulated 100+ AB's at or above short-season Everett, is available here. Age and position (roughly) included for each player.

System Averages:

Batting average: .273
On Base Percentage: .343
Slugging Percentage: .416
Isolated Power: .144
Isolated Discipline: .070
BB/K Ratio: 0.46
SB/CS Ratio: 67.9%

Coming next: Pitchers (probably tomorrow).