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It’s been 2 weeks since my last update, so it’s time for another edition. Ian Kennedy has been a pleasant surprise for the Arizona Diamondbacks, and his full season numbers are starting to catch up with his recent performances. As Stephen R. detailed yesterday, Matsui has been slumping and Johnny Damon has been rolling. Here’s the full list:

Melky Cabrera-

G-28 PA-110 H-18 BB-12 HR-0 SO-13 BA-.189  OBP-.280 SLG-.221 OPS-.501

Hideki Matsui-

G-32 PA-132 H-28 BB-13 HR-4 SO-25 BA-.237  OBP-.311 SLG-.390 OPS-.700

Johnny Damon-

G-308 PA-127 H-32 BB-19 HR-1 SO-19 BA-.302  OBP-.409 SLG-.443 OPS-.853

Ian Kennedy-

G-6 ERA-3.65 IP-37.0 H-32 ER-15 BB-10 SO-30 WHIP-1.135

Austin Jackson-

G-29 PA-138 H-47 BB-11 HR-1 SO-36 BA-.370  OBP-.420 SLG-.512 OPS-.932

Arodys Vizcaino (A)-

G-6 ERA-4.35 IP-31 H-32 ER-15 BB-9 SO-34 WHIP-1.322

Xavier Nady-

G-22 PA-48 H-7 BB-5 HR-1 SO-9 BA-.179  OBP-.333 SLG-.282 OPS-.615

Brian Bruney-

G-15 ERA-6.00 IP-15.0 H-17 ER-10 BB-18 SO-13 WHIP-2.333

Phil Coke-

G-15 ERA-1.80 IP-15.0 H-15 ER-3 BB-8 SO-412 WHIP-1.533

Mike Dunn (AAA)-

G-9 ERA-0.69 IP-13.0 H-10 ER-1 BB-5 SO-15 WHIP-1.15

Jose Tabata (AAA)-

G-27 PA-119 H-41 BB-12 HR-2 SO-19 BA-.345  OBP-.414 SLG-.454 OPS-.867

..and since he’s been making such a splash as the Washington National’s closer, I’m going to start tracking the progress of a player we affectionately once knew as ‘The Yankee Clippard’

Tyler Clippard

G-5 ERA-0.79 IP-22.2 H-11 ER-2 BB-11 SO-15 WHIP-0.971

One Response to “Keeping up with the ex-Yanks: May 10th edition”

  1. Tabata’s going to earn himself a call up if he keeps hitting, so it will be interesting to see how he fares in the bigs. Bruney has been mind-numbingly bad. I have a strong suspicion that A-Jax is a big candidate to regress, his sky-high BABIP is well known. Clippard was good out of the pen last year, so while he’s on a hot streak he should be continue to be good. Clippard for Alby looks like a bad deal right now.

    Couldn’t be happier for IPK, who’s always been a personal fave. What’s most encouraging is that his peripherals are exactly what we saw in the minors. BB/9 are a bit high, H/9 are low and gets his SO despite not being overpowering. That’s Ian.  (Quote)

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