• Yankees TRAA, FRAA, RCAA & RSAA Leaders

    Posted by on July 31st, 2011 · Comments (4)

    Via the Complete Baseball Encyclopedia -

    TRAA                           TRAA     FRAA     RCAA    
    1    Brett Gardner                26       20        6   
    2    Curtis Granderson            25       -2       27   
    3    Nick Swisher                 20        4       16   
    4    Alex Rodriguez               17        3       14   
    5    Mark Teixeira                15       -1       16   
    6    Robinson Cano                 6       -8       14   
    7    Russell Martin                4       11       -7   
    8    Eric Chavez                   2        2        0   
    9    Andruw Jones                  1        1        0   
    10   Greg Golson                   0        0        0   
    T11  Brandon Laird                -1       -1        0   
    T11  Chris Dickerson              -1       -3        2   
    T11  Gustavo Molina               -1        0       -1   
    T11  Ramiro Pena                  -1        2       -3   
    15   Francisco Cervelli           -4       -1       -3   
    16   Eduardo Nunez                -8       -6       -2   
    17   Jorge Posada                -10       -1       -9   
    18   Derek Jeter                 -22      -18       -4   
    
    RSAA                           RSAA      BFP      IP     
    1    C.C. Sabathia                29      686    168.2   
    2    David Robertson              12      178     41     
    3    Freddy Garcia                11      471    111.1   
    T4   Bartolo Colon                10      453    109     
    T4   Mariano Rivera               10      151     39.1   
    6    Luis Ayala                    9      135     32.2   
    T7   Joba Chamberlain              4      110     28.2   
    T7   Cory Wade                     4       68     17.1   
    T9   Hector Noesi                  3      147     35     
    T9   Boone Logan                   3      127     28.1   
    T11  Lance Pendleton               1       62     14     
    T11  Jeff Marquez                  1       18      4     
    T11  Ivan Nova                     1      434     98.2   
    T14  Kevin Whelan                  0       10      1.2   
    T14  Steve Garrison                0        2      0.2   
    T16  Brian Gordon                 -1       46     10.1   
    T16  Buddy Carlyle                -1       34      7.2   
    T18  Rafael Soriano               -2       72     16     
    T18  A.J. Burnett                 -2      591    138.1   
    20   Sergio Mitre                 -5       30      5.1   
    21   Amaury Sanit                 -7       40      7     
    22   Phil Hughes                 -15      155     31.2   
    

    Comments on Yankees TRAA, FRAA, RCAA & RSAA Leaders

    1. Corey Italiano
      July 31st, 2011 | 10:08 am

      Despite all the time out, A-rod has a RCAA similar to Tex and Cano…

      Kind of surprised Swisher is as high as he is, I know he’s hit well since June 11 but I didn’t realize it would bring his stock that far up.

    2. Evan3457
      July 31st, 2011 | 11:11 am

      Curtis Granderson and Nick Swisher are 3rd and 4th on the Yanks in runs above average. Imagine that.

      Hughes is the 2nd biggest drain; no surprise there, given the way he’s pitched. But Jeter is the biggest, and nearly all of that is in fielding, and Posada is the 3rd biggest.

    3. Evan3457
      July 31st, 2011 | 11:21 am

      Corey Italiano wrote:

      Despite all the time out, A-rod has a RCAA similar to Tex and Cano…
      Kind of surprised Swisher is as high as he is, I know he’s hit well since June 11 but I didn’t realize it would bring his stock that far up.

      He’s now hitting .270 after a dreadful start. His OPS is well over .800 after last night.

      Among 59 regular major league outfielders (BAVG qualifiers, I think), Granderson is 7th, Gardner is 14th, and Swisher is 19th in fWAR.

      Among 30 AL regular outfielders, Granderson is 4th, Gardner is 6th, and Swisher is 8th.

      Gardner is 2nd in LF (to Alex Gordon), Granderson is 2nd in CF (to Ellsbury), and Swisher is 3rd in RF (deceptive; he’s way behind Bautista and Zobrist, and slighty ahead of everyone else).

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      Re: Swisher

      What you have to watch out for is the big slump following the long streak. Back in late May, when he was still hitting .204, with only 2 HR, 19 RBI and a SLG under .300, I speculated that he might be in rapid decline, because he had old player’s skills. I was wrong. It was just another long slump, 43 games worth.

      His hot streak (.317/.425/.565, with 11 HR and 40 RBI in 54 games) has now gone on for over 2 months. He might be due to cool off. Or not. He’s very streaky; always has been with the Yanks.

    4. LMJ229
      July 31st, 2011 | 11:35 am

      Evan3457 wrote:

      Hughes is the 2nd biggest drain; no surprise there, given the way he’s pitched. But Jeter is the biggest, and nearly all of that is in fielding, and Posada is the 3rd biggest.

      I don’t know, since seeing Nunez out there, I’ve come to really appreciate the steady defense of Jeter.

      Looks like Jorge is starting to come around a bit (again). Let’s hope he can keep it going this time.

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