Great Lake Loons July Stats Snapshot & Overview

Hitters:

  • Top prospects coming and going. Keibert Ruiz is now in Rancho but Jeren Kendall the 2017 number one pick is playing for the Loons
  • Keibert Ruiz and Cristian Santana would appear to be the only two hitters who have overcome the pitching league and park.  I feel what Ruiz did at this level is much more impressive than the crazy numbers he’s putting up with Rancho.
  • Kendall, Wong, and Yarnall are new pieces, can they crack the code and put up some offensive numbers? Probably not, but Yarnall is off to a good start.
  • Oneil Cruz and Brendon Davis are both on new teams.
  • 2016 Number one pick Gavin Lux started flexing some muscle over the past few weeks but overall has had an abysmal offensive season.  He probably just needs to get promoted to Rancho to start showing some power.
Name                 Age  PA 2B HR   BA  OBP  SLG  OPS
Cody Thomas*          22 391 14 15 .229 .286 .411 .697
Oneil Cruz            18 375  9  8 .240 .293 .342 .635
Brendon Davis         19 367 19  8 .245 .357 .403 .760
Gavin Lux*            19 366  8  6 .212 .313 .328 .641
Carlos Rincon         19 327 13 16 .199 .269 .412 .681
Mitchell Hansen*      21 299  9  5 .198 .288 .312 .599
Keibert Ruiz#         18 251 16  2 .317 .372 .423 .795
Saige Jenco*          22 250  9  3 .242 .341 .363 .704
Steve Berman          22 184  8  0 .226 .283 .274 .556
Luis Paz*             20 153  4  3 .196 .248 .301 .549
Eric Meza*            19 114  5  1 .233 .289 .311 .600
Gage Green*           24 107  8  0 .213 .271 .298 .569
Cristian Santana      20  94  6  3 .333 .340 .495 .835
Gersel Pitre          20  93  5  0 .247 .304 .306 .610
Errol Robinson        22  86  5  3 .247 .291 .455 .745
Zach McKinstry*       22  69  7  1 .308 .478 .500 .978
Zach Reks*            23  65  2  0 .309 .406 .345 .752
Darien Tubbs          22  60  1  0 .137 .233 .157 .390
Jared Walker*         21  56  1  4 .176 .250 .431 .681
Moises Perez          19  55  4  0 .163 .236 .245 .481
Nick Yarnall*         22  35  1  2 .250 .400 .500 .900
Brayan Morales        21  34  1  0 .185 .353 .222 .575
Connor Wong           21  29  1  0 .167 .276 .208 .484
Brandon Montgomery    21  26  2  0 .217 .308 .304 .612
Jeren Kendall*        21  25  0  1 .174 .240 .478 .718
Shakir Albert         20  15  2  0 .231 .333 .385 .718

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 8/1/2017.

Cristian Santana might want to look at a few pitches.

At least Gavin Lux has shown excellent plate discipline, just can’t seem to hit the ball hard yet.

Name / Age PA BB% K% wOBA / wRC+ ISO
Cody Thomas / 22 396 6.60% 29.30% 0.315 / 95 0.179
Oneil Cruz / 18 375 7.50% 29.30% 0.291 / 79 0.102
Gavin Lux / 19 371 12.40% 17.30% 0.305 / 89 0.121
Brendon Davis / 19 367 12.80% 29.20% 0.35 / 118 0.158
Carlos Rincon / 19 332 8.40% 37.70% 0.301 / 86 0.209
Mitchell Hansen / 21 299 10.70% 25.10% 0.278 / 71 0.114
Saige Jenco / 22 254 11.40% 20.10% 0.33 / 105 0.128
Keibert Ruiz / 18 251 7.20% 12.00% 0.363 / 127 0.106
Luis Paz / 20 153 6.50% 26.80% 0.254 / 55 0.105
Eric Meza / 19 114 6.10% 16.70% 0.278 / 71 0.078
Cristian Santana / 20 99 1.00% 22.20% 0.374 / 134 0.153
Gersel Pitre / 20 93 7.50% 21.50% 0.286 / 76 0.059
Nick Yarnall / 22 40 22.50% 27.50% 0.416 / 162 0.226
Brayan Morales / 21 34 17.60% 17.60% 0.296 / 82 0.037
Brandon Montgomery / 21 30 10.00% 23.30% 0.343 / 114 0.074
Jeren Kendall / 21 30 6.70% 26.70% 0.285 / 75 0.259
Connor Wong / 21 29 10.30% 24.10% 0.24 / 46 0.042

Pitchers:

  • A.J. Alexy and Angel German are gone. Alexy had swing and miss stuff but also some command issues. Lowest BA against among the starters.
  • 17-year-old Melvin Jiminez and 20-year-old Imani Abdullah just showed up. Have to admit I was expecting alot from Abdullah this year but he has missed most of the year and will try to use the final month to get ready for next year.
  • With A.J. Alexy gone, Dustin May is the best prospect here and pitches like it. Will be curious to see which one has the better career or if either even have a career.
  • For a 22-year-old in a pitchers league in a pitchers park, Jordan Sheffield has sure been underwhelming. If I didn’t know the draft pedigree I’d look at the numbers and think Devin Smelzter was the better pitcher to bet on.  Smeltzer is already at Rancho while Sheffield looks to finish the year with the Loons.

 

Name                  Age  ERA  GS    IP  WHIP   H9 BB9  SO9 SO/W
Leonardo Crawford*     20 4.90  19 104.2 1.328  9.1 2.8  6.6 2.33
Dustin May             19 4.24  20 102.0 1.225  8.9 2.1  8.6 4.08
Jordan Sheffield       22 3.84  19  82.0 1.488  8.9 4.5  8.9 1.98
A.J. Alexy             19 3.67  19  73.2 1.127  5.6 4.5 10.5 2.32
Chris Mathewson        21 3.29   7  68.1 1.434  9.5 3.4  8.7 2.54
Devin Smeltzer*        21 3.78  10  52.1 0.994  6.9 2.1  9.8 4.75
Sven Schueller         21 1.49   0  48.1 1.179  7.3 3.4  5.6 1.67
Vinny Santarsiero      23 2.82   0  44.2 1.410  9.1 3.6  4.2 1.17
Christian Stolo*       23 4.31   1  39.2 1.487 10.2 3.2  8.8 2.79
Miguel Urena           22 2.14   0  33.2 1.188  7.0 3.7  6.4 1.71
Nolan Long             23 2.70   0  33.1 1.230  6.5 4.6 13.8 3.00
Angel German           21 1.91   0  33.0 1.091  6.0 3.8 10.1 2.64
Andre Scrubb           22 1.64   0  33.0 1.182  4.4 6.3  9.5 1.52
Willian Soto           21 3.03   2  29.2 1.685 12.1 3.0  8.2 2.70
Ryan Moseley           22 7.71   0  21.0 1.619 10.3 4.3  7.7 1.80
Patrick Duester        23 4.82   0  18.2 1.179  7.2 3.4  9.2 2.71
Parker Curry           23 1.88   1  14.1 0.767  5.0 1.9 10.7 5.67
Imani Abdullah         20 5.11   6  12.1 1.541  8.8 5.1  9.5 1.86
Lenix Osuna            21 9.00   1  11.0 1.818 11.5 4.9  8.2 1.67
Jay Muhammad           22 3.38   0  10.2 1.313  7.6 4.2 14.3 3.40
Austin French*         23 6.00   0   9.0 2.111 11.0 8.0  9.0 1.13

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 8/1/2017.

 

Name / Age IP K% BB% K-BB% AVG
Leo Crawford / 20 104.2 16.90% 7.20% 9.70% 0.253
Dustin May / 19 102 22.10% 5.40% 16.70% 0.246
Jordan Sheffield / 22 82 22.40% 11.40% 11.10% 0.258
A.J. Alexy / 19 73.2 28.40% 12.20% 16.20% 0.178
Chris Mathewson / 21 68.1 22.20% 8.80% 13.50% 0.266
Devin Smeltzer / 21 52.1 27.90% 5.90% 22.10% 0.209
Sven Schueller / 21 48.1 14.50% 8.70% 5.80% 0.214
Vinny Santarsiero / 23 44.2 10.50% 9.00% 1.50% 0.259
Christian Stolo / 23 39.2 22.70% 8.10% 14.50% 0.289
Miguel Urena / 22 33.2 17.00% 9.90% 7.10% 0.211
Nolan Long / 23 33.1 35.20% 11.70% 23.50% 0.189
Angel German / 21 33 27.40% 10.40% 17.00% 0.186
Andre Scrubb / 22 33 26.30% 17.30% 9.00% 0.147
Willian Soto / 21 29.2 20.30% 7.50% 12.80% 0.325
Ryan Moseley / 22 21 18.00% 10.00% 8.00% 0.27
Patrick Duester / 23 18.2 24.70% 9.10% 15.60% 0.217
Parker Curry / 23 14.1 30.90% 5.50% 25.50% 0.154
Imani Abdullah / 20 12.1 23.60% 12.70% 10.90% 0.25
Lenix Osuna / 21 11 17.90% 10.70% 7.10% 0.286
Jeremiah Muhammad / 22 10.2 36.20% 10.60% 25.50% 0.214
Austin French / 23 9 19.60% 17.40% 2.20% 0.29
Tony Gonsolin / 23 8 36.40% 0.00% 36.40% 0.242
Gregorio Sequera / 19 8 14.00% 20.90% -7.00% 0.294
Melvin Jimenez / 17 7 25.90% 14.80% 11.10% 0.087
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