Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Good, The Pretty Good & The Futile

THE GOOD

Most Stolen Bases (full season through 8/14)

29 - Jonathan Villar (CC)
27 - Delino DeShields Jr (LEX)
24 - Luis Durango (OKC)*
23 - Jay Austin (LEX)
20 - Austin Wates (LAN)
18 - Grant Hogue (LAN)
18 - Jose Solano (DSL)
18 - Anderson Hernandez (OKC)
16 - Tyler Burnett (LEX)
16 - Neiko Johnson (TCV)
16 - Teoscar Hernandez (DSL)
16 - T.J. Steele (CC)

*Includes his time in the Padres organization

MORE GOOD

Highest SB success rate for a min. 12 SB's (full season through 8/14)

92% - Jon Gaston (CC)
89% - Tyler Burnett (LEX)
84% - Neiko Johnson (TCV)
80% - Teoscar Hernandez (DSL)
80% - Ruben Sosa (LEX)
77% - Austin Wates (LAN)
75% - Grant Hogue (LAN)
75% - Wladimir Sutil (CC)
73% - T.J. Steele (CC)
72% - Jose Solano (DSL)

THE PRETTY GOOD

They may not have stolen many, but these guys have a success rate of 100% (full season through 8/14)

8 - Andrew Simunic (LAN)
3 - J.R. Towles (OKC)
3 - Daniel Adamson (LAN)

THE FUTILE

As of 8/14, these guys have a 0% success rate in a minimum of 2 tries.

Federico Hernandez (LAN)
David Flores (CC)
Enrique Hernandez (LEX)
Matt Duffy (TCV)
Michael Medina (DSL)
Darwin Rivera (GRN)

3 comments:

  1. Duffy's easily the slowest guy on the team.

    He's a third baseman that runs slower than the three catchers...

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  2. What about Parades, Bogie, Shuck & Altuve. I know they are in the bigs now but in the minors, Altuve had 24 before he was called up. Now his success rate wasn't as great 24 out of 38 for 63%. Paredes had 29 with 12 caught for 71%. Shuck had 19 with 11 caught for 63% and Bogie had 20 out of 23 for 87%. That makes some of the good look not quite as good, when you consider these guys have put up those numbers in less time.

    Hey even J. D. Martinez was 100% (1 FOR 1) (Tongue firmly in cheek here)

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  3. Apply Astros Fan - For the most part I'm not including those that have made it to Houston ... editorial imperative, I suppose, but I definitely noticed Paredes numbers as I put this together. I hadn't noticed Bogie's percentage, though, so thanks for pointing that out.

    I'm really impressed with Neiko Johnson with 16 steals in 42 games vs. Villar's numbers (now 30) over 111 games. Think what he could do in a full season!

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