Thursday, May 15, 2014

Astros Minor League Snapshot

Six weeks have now come and gone since the start of the minor league season and we're past the quarter mark. Let's take a look at where things stand.

OKLAHOMA CITY

2nd   22-18   .550   -.-GB   W2

The Redhawks are in second place in the American Northern Division because of a .006 difference in win percentage to first place Iowa. (Iowa has played four fewer games than Oklahoma City and has a .556 win percentage with two fewer wins and two fewer losses.) They are coming off a split with the third place Colorado Springs Sky Sox team (3 games behind OKC) followed by an off day on Wednesday.

The RedHawks are now headed on a 12-day road trip with four games each against three American Southern Division teams. First up are Nashville and New Orleans. For the season, Oklahoma City has a 1-3 record against first place Nashville and a 6-2 record against the last place New Orleans team.

Here are how a few individual players have fared in the league:

Jon Singleton
4th in SLG (.629)
7th in R (29)
2nd in HR (13)
5th in RBI (34)
5th in BB (26)

Gregorio Petit
T9th in 2B (11)

Nick Tropeano
T10th in ERA (2.94)
10th in WHIP (1.10)

And here is how cumulative team stats stack up in the league in a few major categories:

BA - 11th (out of 16 teams)
OBP - 10th
SLG - 9th
ERA - 2nd
WHIP - 2nd

CORPUS CHRISTI

3rd   20-19   .513   5.0GB   W1

In the South Division, the Hooks trail Frisco by five games and Midland by two. They lead the 4th place Missions team by three games and will conclude a series with that team in San Antonio today (they are currently leading the series 2-1). The Hooks will then host Midland for four. They are 3-5 against the RockHounds for the season. That will be followed by an off day/travel day as they head to face the second place North Division Arkansas Travelers, a team they have not faced yet this season.

Here are how a few individual players are faring in the league:

Andrew Aplin
5th in BA (.299)
2nd in OBP (.412)
6th in R (24)
T3rd in H (43)
4th in RBI (25)
1st in BB (29)

Nolan Fontana
8th in OBP (.375)
T2nd in 2B (12)
T8th in BB (19)

Preston Tucker
9th in SLG (.472)
8th in R (22)
2nd in H (44)
1st in 2B (13)
T5th in HR (6)
T8th in RBI (22)

Matt Duffy
T3rd in H (43)
T4th in 2B (10)
2nd in RBI (27)

Leo Heras
T1st in 3B (3)
T10th in RBI (18)

Joe Sclafani
T3rd in 3B (2)

Delino DeShields
T3rd in SB (10)

Tommy Shirley
2nd in ERA (1.67)
2nd in WHIP (0.93)
4th in SO (40)

And here is how cumulative team stats stack up in the league in a few major categories:

BA - 2nd (out of 8 teams)
OBP - 2nd
SLG - 1st
ERA - 2nd
WHIP - 3rd

LANCASTER

T1st    23-17   .575   -.-GB   L1

Lancaster is currently tied with Lake Elsinore for first place in the South Division, with High Desert only trailing by one game. Lancaster will host the rubber game against the North Division first place Bakersfield team tonight followed by four on the road against Rancho Cucamonga and three in Bakersfield. Rancho Cucamonga trails the South Division leaders by five games. The JetHawks are 1-2 against Rancho this season.

Here are a few of the JetHawks who are league leaders:

Tony Kemp
1st in BA (.361)
1st in OBP (.454)
1st in R (44)
1st in H (56)
T5th in 3B (3)
T7th in BB (23)
4th in SB (12)

Teoscar Hernandez
7th in SLG (.516)
T6th in R (27)
T8th in 2B (11)
1st in 3B (6)
T8th in RBI (27)
T7th in SB (10)

Rio Ruiz
T8th in 2B (11)

Danry Vasquez
T8th in 2B (11)

Carlos Correa
T5th in 3B (3)
6th in RBI (29)

Carlos Perdomo
T5th in 3B (3)

Josh Hader
4th in ERA (2.56)
3rd in WHIP (1.01)
2nd in SO (45)

Kyle Westwood
8th in WHIP (1.20)

Chris Devenski
10th in WHIP (1.23)

Jamaine Cotton
7th in Saves (4)

And here is how cumulative team stats stack up in the league in a few major categories:

BA - 4th (out of 10 teams)
OBP - 3rd
SLG - 6th
ERA - 6th
WHIP - 2nd

QUAD CITIES

T5th    18-20   .474   7.5GB   L2

Quad Cities is currently tied with Wisconsin for fifth place in the 8-team division, seven and a half games out of first. After winning six in a row, the River Bandits made it back to .500 only to fall in their next two games. They will face first place Kane County on the road for four followed by three at home against 7th place Burlington. The Bandits are 2-2 against Kane County. Next week's series against Burlington will be their first meeting of the season.

Here are how a few Quad Cities players fare in the league:

Chan Moon
10th in BA (.314)
6th in OBP (.404)
T7th in R (25)
T1st in 3B (5)
T6th in SB (13)

Conrad Gregor
T9th in OBP (.390)
T5th in 2B (11)
T10th in BB (21)

Tyler White
T9th in OBP (.390)

Brett Phillips
T1st in 3B (5)

James Ramsay
T10th in BB (21)

Gonzalo Sanudo has not pitched enough innings to qualify as a league leader, but if he had just a few more innings under his belt, he would be 1st in ERA (1.14) and 1st in WHIP (0.89) in the Midwest League.

And here is how cumulative team stats stack up in the league in a few major categories:

BA - 1st (out of 16 teams)
OBP - 1st
SLG - 1st
ERA - 6th
WHIP - 6th

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