• 2011 Yankees Spring Training Stats

    Posted by on March 30th, 2011 · Comments (11)

    Here they are:

    Player		AB	HR	RBI	SO	SB	OBP	SLG	AVG
    Vazquez		34	3	8	11	0	.444	.765	.412
    Chavez		43	1	4	6	0	.422	.558	.395
    Rodriguez	49	6	15	7	0	.444	.898	.388
    Granderson	39	3	7	7	2	.442	.795	.385
    Krum		17	0	2	1	2	.429	.412	.353
    Jeter		56	0	0	3	2	.328	.375	.304
    Teixeira	51	1	7	10	0	.410	.569	.294
    Martin		42	1	5	5	1	.373	.381	.262
    Gardner		50	1	5	8	4	.373	.460	.260
    Swisher		59	1	8	12	0	.274	.339	.254
    Montero		40	0	2	8	0	.286	.300	.250
    Nunez		57	1	7	5	6	.290	.333	.246
    Cano		55	2	8	6	0	.276	.382	.236
    Maxwell		36	0	3	12	2	.349	.250	.222
    Pena		41	0	2	4	1	.214	.220	.220
    Posada		46	1	7	11	0	.357	.326	.217
    Romine		23	2	2	3	0	.280	.522	.217
    Parraz		19	0	2	3	0	.286	.211	.211
    Mesa		27	0	2	6	1	.313	.259	.185
    Jones		44	1	5	10	0	.265	.318	.182
    Russo		21	0	3	6	0	.208	.143	.143
    Belliard	22	0	1	6	0	.136	.182	.136
    Laird		26	0	2	7	0	.143	.154	.115
    Bernier		17	0	1	10	0	.238	.059	.059
    Molina		18	0	2	10	0	.217	.056	.056
    Player		W	ERA	IP	H	ER	HR	BB	SO
    Rivera		0	0.00	5.0	3	0	0	0	6
    Ayala		0	0.79	11.1	9	1	0	0	9
    Prior		0	1.04	8.2	4	1	0	5	12
    Warren		0	1.59	5.2	4	1	0	3	5
    Nova		2	1.80	20.0	11	4	1	4	9
    Sisco		0	2.08	4.1	1	1	0	4	2
    Banuelos	1	2.13	12.2	10	3	1	8	14
    Colon		1	2.25	16.0	10	4	1	1	17
    Feliciano	0	2.25	4.0	5	1	0	0	6
    Wordekemper	0	2.70	6.2	7	2	1	2	4
    Burnett		1	2.77	13.0	9	4	2	0	11
    Soriano		1	3.18	5.2	6	2	0	0	7
    Sabathia	1	3.31	16.1	17	6	2	3	10
    Chamberlain	0	3.38	8.0	10	3	1	2	7
    Mitchell	0	3.60	5.0	5	2	1	0	5
    Pope		0	3.60	5.0	5	2	0	0	2
    Robertson	0	3.68	7.1	4	3	0	3	14
    Sanchez		0	3.86	7.0	9	3	0	7	4
    Noesi		1	4.00	9.0	10	4	3	1	7
    Hughes		1	4.09	22.0	24	10	4	3	14
    Garcia		1	4.91	18.1	17	10	2	4	15
    Garrison	0	5.23	10.1	14	6	1	2	5
    Logan		1	5.40	6.2	10	4	0	1	12
    Betances	0	6.00	6.0	6	4	0	7	8
    Phelps		1	10.50	6.0	16	7	1	4	8

    OK, now…throw them out the window. The real stuff starts tomorrow – and that’s what counts!

    Comments on 2011 Yankees Spring Training Stats

    1. clintfsu813
      March 30th, 2011 | 9:05 am

      Arod sure raked this ST. Hopin for big year!

    2. YankCrank
      March 30th, 2011 | 9:21 am

      @ clintfsu813:

      It’s an odd-numbered year, we’ll be seeing good things from Alex :)

    3. MJ Recanati
      March 30th, 2011 | 10:05 am

      YankCrank wrote:

      It’s an odd-numbered year, we’ll be seeing good things from Alex

      How great would it be if he followed up the 2003, 2005 and 2007 MVP’s (and 2009 playoff heroics) with another monster year?!

    4. March 30th, 2011 | 10:18 am

      Yeah, it’s like A-Rod is on some sort of cycle or something…

      J/K.

    5. #15
      March 30th, 2011 | 10:18 am

      Yeah, yeah, it’s only ST but,

      Only red flags I see are:

      Robbie and Jorge. They never seemed to get locked in at the dish. Both had a lot of front foot swings. Timing was still not there. Haven’t heard enough behind to know if Jorge is “living in the cages” which he needs to do now that he makes his living entirely with a stick in his hands.

      Logan hasn’t impressed.

      Hughes looked entirely ordinary, at best.

      Garcia’s last outing was acceptable against more or less the Tigers’ starters. If that’s what he can give us against a decent hitting club, it’s good enough.

    6. Corey Italiano
      March 30th, 2011 | 11:11 am

      #15 wrote:

      Haven’t heard enough behind to know if Jorge is “living in the cages” which he needs to do now that he makes his living entirely with a stick in his hands.

      If what we’ve heard about Posada’s reaction time is true, perhaps he’s toast.

    7. MJ Recanati
      March 30th, 2011 | 11:56 am

      Steve Lombardi wrote:

      Yeah, it’s like A-Rod is on some sort of cycle or something…

      I know you’re “joking” but, as I’ve said before, if A-Rod is still using PED’s then he’d have the incentive to use them througout the course of an entire season, not just for the playoffs or for every other season, etc.

    8. MJ Recanati
      March 30th, 2011 | 11:57 am

      #15 wrote:

      Logan hasn’t impressed.

      No surprise there. Logan’s never been a very good pitcher.

    9. #15
      March 30th, 2011 | 2:59 pm

      @ MJ Recanati:
      Just give what he gave last year.

    10. MJ Recanati
      March 30th, 2011 | 3:28 pm

      #15 wrote:

      @ MJ Recanati:
      Just give what he gave last year.

      Not that I’d be opposed to that but I’d really love to see him give a little more than that, if only because I don’t expect the same output from Cano or Gardner and because I believe Jeter, Posada and even Teixeira to be compromised.

    11. Evan3457
      March 30th, 2011 | 8:07 pm

      Steve Lombardi wrote:

      Yeah, it’s like A-Rod is on some sort of cycle or something…
      J/K.

      I see what you’re doing there.

      Neato.

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