Thursday, August 29, 2013

Ruben has to have seen this, Pence goes out of Rockies Stadium with a lunar home run





 Ruben Amaro has to look at the MLB highlights from around the league. I hope he saw this one, and in case you didn't get a chance to see it- here it is. Hunter Pence hit one of the longest home runs in baseball two nights ago in Colorado. It hit off the concession stand building outside the seating area in Colorado.

 Pence was carrying the Phillies two seasons ago, but for some unknown reason, the Phillies let him get away. This is the kind of mismanagement of this Phillies team that we've been seeing. Keep signing the strange, bizarre and somewhat incapable players and trading guys away like Pence and Mr Victorino, who both have been having great years.


 Hunter Pence career numbers:

Year Age Tm Lg G AB R H HR RBI SB BA
2007 24 HOU NL 108 456 57 147 17 69 11 .322
2008 25 HOU NL 157 595 78 160 25 83 11 .269
2009 26 HOU NL 159 585 76 165 25 72 14 .282
2010 27 HOU NL 156 614 93 173 25 91 18 .282
2011 28 TOT NL 154 606 84 190 22 97 8 .314
2011 28 HOU NL 100 399 49 123 11 62 7 .308
2011 28 PHI NL 54 207 35 67 11 35 1 .324
2012 29 TOT NL 160 617 87 156 24 104 5 .253
2012 29 PHI NL 101 398 59 108 17 59 4 .271
2012 29 SFG NL 59 219 28 48 7 45 1 .219
2013 30 SFG NL 132 518 68 144 16 66 19 .278
7 Yrs 1026 3991 543 1135 154 582 86 .284
162 Game Avg. 162 630 86 179 24 92 14 .284
HOU (5 yrs) 680 2649 353 768 103 377 61 .290
SFG (2 yrs) 191 737 96 192 23 111 20 .261
PHI (2 yrs) 155 605 94 175 28 94 5 .289
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 8/29/2013.

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