In July the Twins had a 9-17 record. These are the stats for the Twins starters in July.
I was curious about how our 2013 draft selections were doing. I thought I would share it with everyone.
I will try to update the days results, daily and the weekly results on Mondays.
Depth Chart - Catcher July 11, 2013
Player AB BA OBP SLG OPS
Joe Mauer 339 .316 .396 .466 .862
Ryan Doumit 282 .241 .299 .394 .693
Player AB BA OBP SLG OPS
Chris Herrmann 235 .230 .300 .306 .606
Eric Fryer 114 .193 .343 .333
I am going to post each days stat line for Aaron Hicks while he is in Rochester.
Updated 06-30-2013 at 07:09 PM by Thegrin
Until Thomas stops hitting and/or Hicks starts hitting, I suggest that the Twins keep Hicks in AAA and keep Thomas in CF.
He'll be able to pitch again on Friday. I hope it is for the Twins.
Scoreboard | Rochester Red Wings Scoreboard
We all have seen pitchers that seemed to have difficulty in Spring Training, find their stuff once the season starts. We've see players hit for high average and then can't hit above .200 in real games.
If we go by Spring Training results so far, the starting rotation would be:
ahead of Worley, Pelfrey & Correia.
Wouldn't that be a wonderment.
2013 Twins Starters Predictions
These predictions are based only on my gut feelings. I post these here now
Worley - Will be fighting to recover from surgery. will largely be ineffective
Pelfrey - Will be fighting to recover from surgery. will largely be ineffective
Correia - A waste of money and time
Diamond - Will be fighting to recover from surgery. will largely be ineffective. May be a 1 year wonder
Diduno - The
This is the story by Joe Christensen:
IF Liriano had pitched like we know he can ...
IF Baker had not been hurt and pitched like the Baker we know ...
IF Pavano had not been hurt and was the innings eater he was in 2010 ...
IF Blackburn had recovered his touch ...
IF Slowey had been the pitcher we thought he was ...
We would win the pennant this year and maybe even last year,
Instead we have 5 minor league starting pitchers and only one came up though the Twins organization. (not counting
With the emergence of Chris Parmelee as a Major League quality hitter, someone recently commented that the Twins could easily fit 7 players into 6 positions. So I tested the theory.
If nobody is traded, the Twins have 7 players to use in 6 positions.
Mauer C, 1b, DH
Doumit C, LF RF DH
Morneau 1b, DH
Revere LF, CF, RF
Parmelee LF, RF DH