Monday, October 17, 2011

Always a Tiger: End of 2011 Edition

Booooooo! New shirt!

Yeah, that's really never been my style. I try to keep tabs on ex-Tigers in their new surroundings and see how they're doing. Guess I really bought into the whole "Always a Tiger" thing...well, except for Jason Grilli. Eff him.

So, if you're interested, here's the final stats of all the ex-Tigers I could think of that played this year. First will be major league stats, followed by Triple-A stats. Take a look...you'll probably come across some guys you forgot all about. In one case, I found a guy that I thought retired YEARS ago.


MLB POSITION PLAYERS

Position, Player, Team, Avg/OBP/SLG, HR, RBI

C Matt Treanor, Tex, .214/.338/.291, 3, 22
C Ivan Rodriguez, Was, .218/.281/.323, 2, 19
C Gerald Laird, StL, .232/.301/.358, 1, 12
C Dane Sardinha, Phi, .219/.419/.250, 0, 1
C Mike Rivera, Mil, .333/.333/.333, 0, 0

1B Aubrey Huff, SF, .246/.306/.370, 12, 59
1B Carlos Pena,ChC, .225/.357/.462, 28, 80
1B Matt Stairs, Was, .154/.257/.169, 0, 2

2B Omar Infante, Fla, .276/.315/.382, 7, 49
2B Scott Sizemore, Oak, .245/.342/.399, 11, 56

3B Placido Polanco, Phi, .277/.335/.339, 5, 50
3B Jack Hannahan, Cle, .250/.331/.388, 8, 40
3B Adam Everett, Cle, .217/.277/.233, 0, 1

SS Edgar Renteria, Cin, .251/.306/.348, 5, 36
SS John McDonald, Arz, .229/.269/.308, 2, 22

OF Curtis Granderson, NYY, .262/.364/.552, 41, 119
OF Johnny Damon, TB, .261/.326/.418, 16, 73
OF Cameron Maybin, SD, .264/.323/.393, 9, 40
OF Matt Joyce, TB, .277/.347/.478, 19, 75
OF Cody Ross, SF, .240/.325/.405, 14, 52
OF Andres Torres, SF, .221/.312/.330, 4, 19
OF Casper Wells, Sea, .237/.317/.442, 11, 27
OF Marcus Thames, LAD, .197/.243/.333, 2, 7
OF Wilkin Ramirez, Atl, .231/.333/.308, 0, 2

MLB PITCHERS

SP/RP, Player, Team, W-L, ERA, WHIP (Saves/Save Opp)

SP Colby Lewis, Tex, 14-10, 4.40, 1.21
SP Edwin Jackson, StL, 12-9, 3.79, 1.44
SP Jair Jurrjens, Atl, 13-6, 2.96, 1.22
SP Freddy Garcia, NYY, 12-8, 3.62, 1.34
SP Charlie Furbush, Sea, 4-10, 5.48, 1.49
SP Dontrelle Willis, Cin, 1-6, 5.00, 1.52
SP Andrew Miller, Bos, 6-3, 5.54, 1.82
SP Armando Galarraga, Arz, 3-4, 5.91, 1.62

RP Francisco Cordero, Cin, 5-3, 2.45, 1.02 (37/43)
RP Kyle Farnsworth, TB, 5-1, 2.18, 0.99 (25/31)
RP Fernando Rodney LAA, 3-5, 4.50, 1.69 (3/7)
RP Chad Durbin, Cle, 2-2, 5.53, 1.64 (0/1)
RP Jason Grilli, Pit, 2-1, 2.48, 1.19 (1/1)
RP Tim Byrdak, NYM, 2-2, 3.82, 1.41 (1/4)
RP Trever Miller, Bos, 0-1, 3.80, 1.73 (1/4)
RP Lester Oliveros, Min, 0-0, 4.64, 1.50
RP Chance Ruffin, Sea, 1-0, 4.08, 1.53
RP Clay Rapada, Bal, 2-0, 6.06, 1.29
RP Brandon Lyon, Hou, 3-3, 11.48, 2.40 (4/8)
RP Wil Ledezma, Tor, 0-0, 15.00, 3.00

TRIPLE A POSITION PLAYERS  (IL, PCL, Mexican)

C Mike Rivera, Nas, .238/.315/.399, 7, 31
C Dane Sardinha, LhV, .140/.238/.172, 0, 1
C Dusty Ryan, Buf, .185/.241/.222, 0, 0

1B Jeff Larish, LhV, .240/.330/.449, 13, 37

2B Scott Sizemore, Sac, .267/.465/.433, 3, 13

SS Brent Dlugach, Paw, .222/.284/.343, 6, 25
SS Mike Hollimon, Roc, .257/.375/.455, 2, 10

OF Hiram Bocachica, Min, .254/.394/.500, 12, 34
OF Karim Garcia, Mty, .322/.432/.528, 7, 53
OF Jeff Frazier, Syr, .226/.295/.364, 10, 46
OF Wilkin Ramirez, Gwn, .267/.307/.458, 11, 36
OF Brent Clevlen, Lou, .247/.302/.393, 3, 10
OF Andres Torres, Fre, .273/.355/.600, 4, 11

TRIPLE A PITCHERS

SP Shane Loux, Fre, 8-12, 4.67, 1.36
SP Luke French, Tac, 9-9, 6.27, 1.76
SP Andy Van Hekken, OkC, 9-6, 3.40, 1.53
SP Nate Robertson, Tac, 6-7, 7.14, 1.85
SP Freddy Dolsi, Cha, 3-7, 6.87, 1.54
SP Dontrelle Willis, Lou, 5-2, 2.63, 1.21
SP Juan Acevedo, Ver, 9-5, 3.68, 1.42 (Yes, THAT Acevedo.)
SP Esteban Yan, 3-3, 5.65, 1.50
SP Andrew Miller, Paw, 3-3, 2.47, 1.17
SP Eddie Bonine, LhV, 3-4, 5.16, 1.46
SP Casey Fossum, Buf, 0-4, 6.56, 1.74
SP Armando Galarraga, 1-2, 9.26, 2.01

RP Jason Grilli, LhV, 4-1, 1.93, 1.16
RP Lester Oliveros, Roc, 1-3, 6.10, 1.81
RP Wil Ledezma, LAS, 1-1, 4.50, 1.42
RP Casey Fien, OkC, 2-2, 4.81, 1.48
RP Clay Rapada, Nor, 0-1, 3.92, 1.35
RP Zach Miner, Oma, 2-1, 1.59, 1.15

I'm blown away that not only is the 41 year old former Tiger closer Acevedo still pitching, but he's a starter in the Mexican League. Learn something new every day, I guess.

Also...Nate...sigh. It's over, Patron Saint. It's over.

5 comments:

H2OPoloPunk said...

The starting pitcher list kinda hurts.

Jay Hathaway said...

Casey Fossum?  Still pitching?  Holy crap!

Pawsdeep said...

The top half atleast. Although looking forward, to have traded some of those guys away and still have a starting staff that looks like JV/Fister/Max/Kid Rick and possibly Turner next year is still mightily impressive.

DD can draft and trade for starters; ill give him that

Kevin L. said...

I am beyond surprised to see Hiram Bocachica and Karim Garcia still receiving paychecks in any organization.

Bob said...

Kyle Farns... DD will probably sign him, his ERA will go up to about 4.9 (how in our ball park) then he'll get dealt and it will drop back down to about 2.2.  It's an endless cycle