Sunday, March 21, 2010

Spring 2010 by the numbers so far

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     Spring Training 2010 down in Florida has been about the same as our winter this year, miserable. MLB writer Todd Zolecki just tweeted about it today, he said it’s been the worst weather for Spring Training that he’s ever seen. He confirmed this with the locals who also agree that this has been a tough first three weeks of Spring Training.

     So far, with the first three weeks of the Spring Training schedule about gone, the Phillies have stayed near the top of the standings even while tweaking the lineups and with pitchers adjusting the way they go about throwing their pitches.


                              Here is some of the story as told by the Spring Training numbers and stats that have been accumulated up to now. Not that it always tells the whole story, but numbers are fun to look at and compare. Stats through Sunday night 3/21/2010:

Batting Average LeadersMin 20 ABBatting Average
Domonic Brown24 AB.417
Placido Polonco29 AB.379
Ryan Howard 38 AB.316
Greg Dobbs23 AB.304
Jimmy Rollins41 AB.293
Chase Utley24 AB.292

And here is some starting pitching stats also through the Sunday game 3/21/2010:
Pitching LeadersMin 9 innings pitchedERA
Kyle Kendrick14 IP1.29
Cole Hamels10.2 IP1.69
Roy Halladay15 IP2.40
Jamie Moyer’s first start today on Sunday 3/21 yielded, 5 IP – 5H – 1.80 ERA
JA Happ has 2 starts with 6.1 IP – 3H – 0.00 ERA

             Much more to come on stats and Spring Training, watch this blog – and if you like our blog, keep an eye on “The Phield” which is running a neat March Madness bracket with Phillies blogs, where you can vote on your favorite blog: Vote for us!
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                  sources for stats:   MLB.com and Bloomberg Fantasy Sports program

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