Analyzing the 2012 Miami Marlins Through the PYS Rating System

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This work runs the 2012 Marlins Season -and its most interesting facts- through the evaluation system used in Konami's Pro Yakyuu Spirits series of baseball games -especially its 2010 version-.

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Analyzing the 2012 Miami Marlins Through the PYS Rating System

  1. 1. ANALYZING THE 2012 MARLINS THROUGH THE PYS RATING SYSTEM (PLUS SOME SEASON FACTS) By Rodrigo Lema González (@RoderickCrowley)
  2. 2. • Journalism degree, Universidad Diego Portales.Chilean, 24. • Started following the team in early Who am I? 2009, and blogging about it in 2010. • Interested in baseball since at least 2005. • The only Miami Marlins blog written in Spanish –as far Creator as I know-. • Part of the small Spanish-based community within the ofDesde MLBlogs system. • At least 95% of my posts are in Spanish; the rest in Santiago English. I‟ve covered • Feb. – Jul. 2010; the team in stopped due to two different thesis work. • Feb. 2011 - present. periods.
  3. 3.  The Fish started their new era in full force, opening a state-of-the-art ballpark and stealing most of the attention at the Winter Meetings.  The club spent $191 million to sign three Free Agents – Mark Buehrle, Heath Bell and José Reyes-, more than in the 14 previous offseasons… combined.  Team payroll on Opening Day was of $118.078.000, the biggest in franchise history and 7th in the Majors…  …only to finish in the cellar of the NL East, with a 69-93 record, 29 games behind the first-place Washington Nationals (?!). The Fish failed to win at least 70 games for SOME the first time since 1999. In three words: a major disappointment.  36.601 spectators witnessed the first game at the new FACTS  ballpark, a 4-1 loss against the St. Louis Cardinals. The Marlins drew a total of 2.219.444 fans to the new ABOUT stadium, an average of 27.400 per game, marking a 145.9% increase compared to the 2011 season. It was also the third time in team history that over 2 million people attended home games –the others being „93 and „97-.YOUR 2012  Emilio Bonifacio was the first baserunner of the season (HBP). José Reyes got the first hit –breaking a no-no in MIAMI  the process- and John Buck drove the first run, scored by Omar Infante. Only three players –John Buck, José Reyes and Giancarlo MARLINS Stanton- that appeared in Opening Day played the final game of the season, as the Front Office pulled three trades before August 1, obtaining some valuable pieces in return. The farm system jumped from 29th place overall to the Top 10 in less than a week.  Ozzie Guillén‟s squad used a total of 45 players during the 2012 campaign –21 pitchers and 24 position players-.
  4. 4. REASONS FOR THIS EXPERIMENTWHY THE PRO YAKYUU SPIRITS SYSTEM?
  5. 5. THREE BASIC POINTSRatings aren‟t inflated Heavy emphasis on Wide range of basic or disproportioned in pitching and defense, skills, tendencies andrelation to the player‟s which have been two special abilities that real-life abilities, of the Marlins‟ main capture the which is very focuses since the complexity of each common in other paradigm shift (*) of player‟s own style. baseball games. 2010. (*) After the 2009 season, the Fish decided to ditch their longball dependence and focus on pitching and defense, their main weaknesses at the time. The trade of Dan Uggla –a slugger known for his atrocious fielding- for Omar Infante and Michael Dunn, plus the signing of Javier Vázquez in 2011 are symbolic moments of this new vision.
  6. 6. Grad Hitting Starter Everythi e Power Preparatio ng n Else G 0-59 0-9 0-8 F 60-79 10-19 9-10Basic Ratings Chart E 80-99 20-29 11-12 (2010 Version) D 100-119 30-39 13-14 C 120-139 40-49 15-16 B 140-159 50-59 17-18 A 160-184 60-69 19 S 185-210 70-79 20
  7. 7. CONDITION BONUSESCONDITIO On Pitchers On HittersNVERY • Less stamina consumption. • +5% Contact • Fastball reaches maximum velocity (number • +12% PowerGOOD displayed on player’s profile). • +1 Control. • +1 Break, +2 Sharpness to two breaking balls. NOTE: All playerGOOD • Less stamina consumption. • +2.5% Contact • Fastball reaches 99% of its maximum velocity. • +6% Power ratings on this • +1 Control. document are • +1 Break, +1 Sharpness to one breaking ball. calculated underNORMAL • Maximum fastball velocity is 98% of the profile • No value. bonuses/penal the “Normal” ties. setting.BAD • More stamina consumption. • -2.5% Contact • Fastball only reaches 97% of its maximum • -6% Power velocity. • -1 Control. • -1 Break, -1 Sharpness to one breaking ball.VERY BAD • Even more stamina consumption. • -5% Contact • Fastball reaches 96% of maximum velocity. • -12% Power • -2 Control. • -1 Break, -2 Sharpness to two breakingSource: Spirits pitches.Translation
  8. 8. PITCHERSAP Photo/Matt York (via FanFeedr)
  9. 9. Positive Skill Neutral SkillSkill Chart Negative Skill Reflects player‟s tendencies and on-field behavior List of Pitcher-Related Special Skills List of Player Tendencies About Bonuses/Penalties Depending on their skills, pitchers can receive bonuses in certain situations. A bonus gives the pitcher an increase in speed, sharpness, control and break while consuming less stamina. A penalty is the exact opposite.
  10. 10. No. 55 Josh Johnson 17 Bats/Throws: L/R Pitcher 94 mph Hitting Arc 3 4-Seam FB Fireball P E Contact vs. F 9 C C Strong Finisher C RHP Back-to-Back 1B Contact vs. G 8 Hard Slider +1 2B LHP B C Vs. Runner +1 3B Power E 94 Poker Face S Speed F 9 Pinch -1 S Arm Accuracy C 15 C C C B Losing Luck LF Glove D 14 Drop Curve Change of Pace C Arm Strength A 19 F POWER Tempo -1 Changeup R F Fatigue Recovery D 14 APP/GS/IP 31/31/191.1VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina S 73 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter B 17 W-L, ERA 8-14, 3.81 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 65/165/4 H/HR 180/14 BUNTING SPEED
  11. 11. No. 56 Mark Buehrle 20 Bats/Throws: L/L Pitcher 87 mph Hitting Arc 1 4-Seam FB Big Stage P A Contact vs. G 5 D B Release C RHP Slider Escape Pitch 1B Contact vs. G 5 B C Winning Luck 2B LHP Cutter Strong Finisher 3B Power G 30 B A Pickoff +2 S Speed F 9 S Reaction +2 Arm Accuracy B 18 C C C B Vs. Lefty +1 LF Glove B 18 C Curve Change of Pace Arm Strength D 14 F POWER Tempo +1 R Changeup F Fatigue Recovery B 18 APP/GS/IP 31/31/202.1VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina S 70 CG/SHO 1/0 Starter B 17 W-L, ERA 13-13, 3.74 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO 40/125/4 H/HR 197/26 BUNTING SPEED
  12. 12. No. 47 Ricky Nolasco 15 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 93 mph 4-Seam FB 2-Seam FB Hitting Arc 2 Escape Pitch P E Contact vs. F 10 C D D D Stable Velocity C RHP Strong Finisher 1B Contact vs. F 9 Slider Vs. Runner +1 2B LHP C F Walk 3B Power F 71 Slow Starter S Speed E 11 S Losing Luck Arm Accuracy D 14 D E C E Pinch -1 LF Glove F 10 Drop Curve C Change of Pace Arm Strength B 17 F POWER Tempo -1 R Splitter F Fatigue Recovery C 16 APP/GS/IP 31/31/191.0VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina B 59 CG/SHO 3/2 Starter B 18 W-L, ERA 12-13, 4.48 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 47/125/8 H/HR 214/18 BUNTING SPEED
  13. 13. No. 33 Jacob Turner 17 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 94 mph Hitting Arc 1 4-Seam FB Fireball P E Contact vs. F 10 B D Escape Pitch C RHP Pinch +1 1B Contact vs. G 7 Reaction +1 2B LHP Vs. Runner -1 3B Power G 47 Change of Pace S Speed F 10 S Arm Accuracy C 15 C C C C LF Glove D 14 Curve C Arm Strength B 18 F POWER R Hard Changeup F Fatigue Recovery C 15 APP/GS/IP 7/7/42.2VS. VS. Base Stamina B 57 CG/SHO 0/0RHP LHP Starter C 16 W-L, ERA 1-4, 3.38 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 9/29/0 H/HR 33/5 BUNTING SPEED
  14. 14. No. 24 Nathan Eovaldi 14 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 96 mph Hitting Arc 1 4-Seam FB Spin P F Contact vs. G 8 C E Pinch +1 C RHP Vs. Runner +1 1B Contact vs. F 10 Slider Walk 2B LHP C F Losing Luck 3B Power F 65 Tempo -1 S Speed F 10 S Arm Accuracy E 12 E F D E LF Glove E 12 Drop Curve C Arm Strength B 17 F POWER Changeup R F Fatigue Recovery C 15 APP/GS/IP 12/12/63.0VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina B 54 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter C 15 W-L, ERA 3-7, 4.43 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 27/44/3 H/HR 70/5 BUNTING SPEED
  15. 15. No. 19 Aníbal Sánchez 16 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 90 mph 4-Seam FB 2-Seam FB Hitting Arc 2 Strong P D Presence Contact vs. G 8 D B D D C RHP Spin 1B Contact vs. F 10 Slider Sinking FB Escape Pitch 2B LHP C C D C Vs. Runner +1 3B Power E 81 Quick Delivery S Speed E 11 +1 S Arm Accuracy B 17 Poker Face C B LF Glove D 14 Slow Starter C Arm Strength C 15 Losing Luck F POWER Change of Pace R Changeup F Tempo +1 Fatigue Recovery D 14 APP/GS/IP 19/19/121.0VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina A 64 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter C 16 W-L, ERA 5-7, 3.94 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 33/110/3 H/HR 119/12 BUNTING SPEED
  16. 16. No. 23 Wade LeBlanc 16 Bats/Throws: L/L Pitcher 88 mph Hitting Arc 2 4-Seam FB Escape Pitch P D Contact vs. E 12 D D Pinch +1 C RHP Vs. Runner +1 1B Contact vs. E 11 Cutter Quick Delivery 2B LHP C C +1 3B Power E 94 Allocate Power S Speed G 7 Slow Starter S Arm Accuracy C 15 D C D D Vs. Lefty -1 LF Glove C 15 Curve Change of Pace C Arm Strength D 14 F POWER Breaking Ball P R Vertical Tempo +1 Slider F Fatigue Recovery C 16 APP/GS/IP 25/9/68.2VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina C 46 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter D 13 W-L, ERA 2-5, 3.67 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 19/43/1 H/HR 71/7 BUNTING SPEED
  17. 17. No. 57 Chad Gaudin 7 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 94 mph Hitting Arc 1 4-Seam FB Poker Face P D Contact vs. G 6 D D Walk C RHP Responsiblity 1B Contact vs. G 7 Slider Shuuto Spin 2B LHP D E Change of Pace 3B Power G 52 S Speed E 12 S Arm Accuracy D 13 D E LF Glove D 13 C Arm Strength C 16 F POWER Sinking FB R F Fatigue Recovery D 13 APP/GS/IP 46/0/69.1VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina C 44 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter D 13 W-L, ERA 4-2, 4.54 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 26/57/3 H/HR 72/6 BUNTING SPEED
  18. 18. No. 38 Carlos Zambrano 15 Bats/Throws: S/R Pitcher 96 mph 4-Seam FB 2-Seam FB Hitting Arc 4 Strong P F Presence Contact vs. E 11 B E C F C RHP Fireball 1B Contact vs. E 11 Cutter Escape Pitch 2B LHP D E Wildness 3B Power D 105 Walk S Speed F 10 Short Temper S Arm Accuracy F 10 D E C F Breaking Ball P LF Glove F 10 Hard Tempo -1 C Arm Strength A 19 Sinker F POWER R Splitter F Fatigue Recovery D 14 APP/GS/IP 35/20/132.1VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina A 62 CG/SHO 1/1 Starter C 15 W-L, ERA 7-10, 4.49 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 75/95/10 H/HR 123/9 BUNTING SPEED
  19. 19. No. 58 Ryan Webb 14 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 97 mph Hitting Arc 2 4-Seam FB Strong P E Presence Contact vs. G 4 C D C RHP Fireball 1B Contact vs. G 6 Hard Slider Pinch +1 2B LHP D D Allocate Power 3B Power G 54 Walk S Speed F 9 Responsibility S Arm Accuracy D 13 E E E F Tempo +1 LF Glove F 10 Drop Curve C Arm Strength A 19 F POWER R Changeup F Fatigue Recovery A 19 APP/GS/IP 65/0/60.1VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina E 25 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter F 10 W-L, ERA 4-3, 4.03 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 20/44/4 H/HR 72/2 BUNTING SPEED
  20. 20. No. 36 Randy Choate 16 Bats/Throws: L/L Pitcher 86 mph 4-Seam FB 2-Seam FB Hitting Arc 1 Release P E Contact vs. G 5 D C D D Escape Pitch C RHP Vs. Lefty +3 1B Contact vs. G 4 Slider Walk 2B LHP C D Breaking Ball P 3B Power G 34 Tempo -1 S Speed F 10 S Arm Accuracy D 14 LF Glove E 12 C Arm Strength C 15 F POWER R F Fatigue Recovery C 16 APP/GS/IP 44/0/25.1 Base Stamina E 28 CG/SHO 0/0VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 7 W-L, ERA 0-0, 2.49 Preparation SV/Opp. 1/1 BB/SO 9/27 H/HR 16/0 BUNTING SPEED
  21. 21. No. 40 Michael Dunn 13 Bats/Throws: L/L Pitcher 98 mph Hitting Arc 1 4-Seam FB Fireball P E Contact vs. F 10 B E Vs. Lefty +1 C RHP Vs. Runner +1 1B Contact vs. G 7 Hard Slider Wildness 2B LHP D E Walk 3B Power G 45 Responsibility S Speed G 8 S Tempo +1 Arm Accuracy F 10 E E LF Glove E 12 C Hard Curve Arm Strength A 19 F POWER R Fatigue Recovery B 18 APP/GS/IP F 60/0/44.0 Base Stamina E 29 CG/SHO 0/0VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter F 9 W-L, ERA 0-3, 4.91 Preparation SV/Opp. 0/0 BB/SO/HBP 29/47/0 H/HR 49/3 BUNTING SPEED
  22. 22. No. 21 Heath Bell 12 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 96 mph Hitting Arc 2 4-Seam FB Spin P E Contact vs. G 5 C E Quick Delivery C RHP +1 1B Contact vs. G 5 Cutter Allocate Power 2B LHP E E Walk 3B Power F 62 Choker S Speed G 7 Meatball S Arm Accuracy D 14 E F D F Responsibility LF Glove D 14 Pinch -1 C Curve Arm Strength B 18 F POWER Tempo +1 R Sinking FB F Fatigue Recovery B 17 APP/GS/IP 73/0/63.2VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina D 30 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter F 9 W-L, ERA 4-5, 5.09 Preparation SV/Opp. 19/28 BB/SO/HBP 21/51/0 H/HR 70/5 BUNTING SPEED
  23. 23. No. 31 Steve Cishek 19 Bats/Throws: R/R Pitcher 94 mph Hitting Arc 1 4-Seam FB Intimidation P F Contact vs. G 6 B D Spin C RHP Stable Velocity 1B Contact vs. G 5 Hard Slider Vs. Runner +1 2B LHP B C Poker Face 3B Power G 27 Walk S Speed F 10 S Back-to-Back -1 Arm Accuracy C 15 E E C D Change of Pace LF Glove F 10 Hard C Tempo +1 Arm Strength A 19 Sinker F POWER R Changeup F Fatigue Recovery A 19 APP/GS/IP 68/0/63.2VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina D 34 CG/SHO 0/0 Starter F 9 W-L, ERA 5-2, 2.69 Preparation SV/Opp. 15/19 BB/SO/HBP 29/68/6 H/HR 54/3 BUNTING SPEED
  24. 24. POSITIONPLAYERSAP Photo/Mark J. Terrill (via FanFeedr)
  25. 25. Positive Skill Neutral SkillSkill Chart Negative Skill Reflects player‟s tendencies and on-field behavior List of Position Player-Related Special Skills List of Player Tendencies About Bonuses/Penalties Just like pitchers, hitters perform differently in certain situations. But bonuses increase hitting power, contact and, in some cases, speed when batting. Penalties work in the same way as with pitchers.
  26. 26. No. 14 John Buck 14 Bats/Throws: R/R Catcher 75 mph Hitting Arc 5 4-Seam FB Power Hitter P Contact vs. F 10 G G Opp. Field C E RHP Power 3 Contact vs. E 11 Opp. Field 1B LHP Hitter 2B Power B 140 Bases Loaded 3B Speed F 10 Block S Arm Accuracy D 14 Strikeout S Glove F 10 Steal -2 LF Arm Strength C 16 Baserunning -2 C POWER F Short Bounce -1 R Balanced F Catcher Fatigue Recovery B 18 GP/PA/AB 106/398/343VS. VS. Reflex SwingRHP LHP Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .192/.297/.347 Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 12/41/29 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 49/103/3 SB/CS 0/0 BUNTING SPEED
  27. 27. No. 19 Rob Brantly 15 Bats/Throws: L/R Catcher 75 mph Hitting Arc 3 4-Seam FB Line Drive P Spec. Contact vs. C 15 G G C D4 RHP Chance Maker 1B Contact vs. D 14 Bunt +1 2B LHP Baserunning +1 3B Power D 105 Steal -1 S Speed D 13 Short Bounce -1 S Arm Accuracy C 15 Error LF Glove D 14 Balanced C Arm Strength C 15 Catcher F POWER Hitting: Team R F Fatigue Recovery C 16 GP/PA/AB 31/113/100 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .290/.372/.460VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 3/8/14 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 13/16/0 SB/CS 1/1 BUNTING SPEED
  28. 28. No. 9 Brett Hayes 10 Bats/Throws: R/R Catcher 75 mph Hitting Arc 4 4-Seam FB Chance +1 P Contact vs. D 13 G G Bunt +1 C C RHP 4 Pinch-Hitter Contact vs. E 12 1B Baserunning +1 LHP 2B Block Power E 99 3B Strikeout Speed D 14 S Balanced Arm Accuracy C 15 S Catcher Glove D 14 LF Hitting: Team Arm Strength C 16 C POWER Fastball -1 F Breaking Ball R +1 F Fatigue Recovery D 14 GP/PA/AB 39/118/114VS. VS.RHP LHP Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .202/.229/.254 Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 0/3/7 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 4/49/0 SB/CS 1/0 BUNTING SPEED
  29. 29. No. 15 Gaby Sánchez 9 Bats/Throws: R/R First Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 4 4-Seam FB Line Drive P Spec. Contact vs. F 10 G G C RHP Opp. Field 1B C Hitter Contact vs. E 12 2B LHP First Pitch 3B E Power D 103 Saving Catch S Speed E 12 Bunt -1 S Arm Accuracy C 15 Chance -1 LF Glove C 16 Baserunning -1 C Arm Strength E 12 Reflex Swing F POWER Cons. Stealer R F Fatigue Recovery B 17 GP/PA/AB 55/196/183 Base Stamina G 0 Hitting Line .202/.250/.306VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 3/17/12 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 12/36/0 SB/CS 1/0 BUNTING SPEED
  30. 30. No. 45 Carlos Lee 15 Bats/Throws: R/R First Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 6 4-Seam FB Arc Specialist P Contact vs. C 15 G G Chance +2 C RHP Opp. Field Hitter 1B D Contact vs. C 15 Sticky Hitter 2B LHP Double Dip 3B Power C 124 Saving Catch S Speed G 8 S Bunt -2 Arm Accuracy D 14 LF F Baserunning -3 Glove C 15 C Patient Hitter Arm Strength D 13 F POWER Fastball +1 R F Fatigue Recovery B 18 GP/PA/AB 81/338/292 Stamina G 0 Batting Line .243/.328/.325VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 4/48/29 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 39/32/1 SB/CS 3/0 BUNTING SPEED
  31. 31. No. 17 Donovan Solano 17 Bats/Throws: R/R Second Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 3 4-Seam FB Average Hitter P Contact vs. C 15 G G Chance +1 C RHP Bunt +2 1B Contact vs. C 15 Bases Loaded 2B C LHP Multi-Hit 3B C Power D 106 Spinning S Speed C 15 Throws S Arm Accuracy C 15 Relay Plays LF E Glove B 17 Hitting: Team C Arm Strength C 15 F POWER Fastball +1 R Aggr. Fielder F Fatigue Recovery B 17 GP/PA/AB 93/316/285 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .295/.342/.375VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 2/28/29 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 21/58/2 SB/CS 7/0 BUNTING SPEED
  32. 32. No. 12 Omar Infante 18 Bats/Throws: R/R Second Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 4 4-Seam FB Average Hitter P Contact vs. D 14 G G Chance +1 C RHP Sticky Hitter 1B Contact vs. C 15 Steal +2 2B A LHP Baserunning +2 3B B Power C 121 Backhand Toss S B Speed D 14 S Relay Plays Arm Accuracy B 18 LF D Defense Master Glove A 19 C Contact Swing Arm Strength C 15 F POWER Aggr. Fielder R D F Fatigue Recovery C 16 GP/PA/AB 85/347/328 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .287/.312/.442VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 8/33 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 12/42/4 SB/CS 10/1 BUNTING SPEED
  33. 33. No. 29 Greg Dobbs 16 Bats/Throws: L/R Third Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 5 4-Seam FB Chance +2 P Contact vs. C 15 G G Comeback C RHP Opp. Field 1B D Contact vs. D 14 Hitter 2B LHP Pinch-Hitter 3B D Power C 134 First Pitch S Speed E 12 Spinning S Arm Accuracy D 14 Throws LF E Glove C 15 Error C Arm Strength C 16 Hitting: Team F POWER Patient Hitter R E F Fatigue Recovery A 19 Fastball +1 GP/PA/AB 120/342/319 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .285/.313/.386VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 5/39/26 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 14/53/2 SB/CS 4/2 BUNTING SPEED
  34. 34. No. 22 Donnie Murphy 10 Bats/Throws: R/R Third Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 4 4-Seam FB Chance +3 P Contact vs. D 14 G G Walk-Off C RHP Pinch-Hitter 1B Contact vs. F 10 First Pitch 2B E LHP Prevent Injury - 3B D Power E 95 2 S E Speed D 13 Strikeout S Arm Accuracy E 12 Error LF Glove E 12 Patient Hitter C Arm Strength C 15 F POWER Fastball +1 R Breaking Ball -1 F Fatigue Recovery E 12 GP/PA/AB 50/125/112 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .205/.274/.366VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 3/12/12 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 9/33/2 SB/CS 1/1 BUNTING SPEED
  35. 35. No. 2 Hanley Ramírez 17 Bats/Throws: R/R Third Base 75 mph Hitting Arc 6 4-Seam FB Arc Specialist P Contact vs. D 13 G G Opp. Field C RHP Power 1B Contact vs. E 12 First Pitch 2B LHP Steal +1 3B D Power B 159 Baserunning +1 S D Speed B 18 Mood Maker S Arm Accuracy E 12 Prevent Injury - LF Glove F 10 1 C Arm Strength B 17 Strikeout F POWER Error R F Fatigue Recovery D 14 Hitting: Self GP/PA/AB 93/395/353 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .246/.322/.428VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 14/48/49 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 37/72/1 SB/CS 14/4 BUNTING SPEED
  36. 36. No. 7 José Reyes 20 Bats/Throws: S/R Shortstop 75 mph Hitting Arc 4 4-Seam FB Average Hitter P Contact vs. C 16 G G Bunt +3 C RHP Chance Maker 1B Contact vs. D 14 Infield Hit +1 2B D LHP Steal +3 3B Power C 135 Baserunning +3 S B Speed S 20 S Spinning Arm Accuracy C 15 Throws LF Glove C 15 Relay Plays C Arm Strength B 17 F POWER Prevent Injury - 1 R F Contact Swing Aggr. RunnerVS. VS.RHP LHP Fatigue Recovery C 15 GP/PA/AB Fielder 160/716/642 Aggr. Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .287/.347/.433 Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 11/57/86 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 63/56/0 SB/CS 40/11 BUNTING SPEED
  37. 37. No. 5 Logan Morrison 10 Bats/Throws: L/L Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 4 4-Seam FB Line Drive P Spec. Contact vs. D 14 G G C RHP First Pitch 1B E Contact vs. F 10 Pull Hitter 2B LHP Prevent Injury - 3B Power C 120 1 S Speed D 14 Chance -3 S Arm Accuracy D 14 Bunt -1 LF E Glove F 10 Strikeout C Arm Strength E 12 Reflex Swing F POWER Breaking Ball -1 R F Fatigue Recovery C 15 GP/PA/AB 93/334/296 Base Stamina G 0 Hitting Line .230/.308/.397VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 11/36/30 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 31/58/4 SB/CS 1/0 BUNTING SPEED
  38. 38. No. 20 Justin Ruggiano 18 Bats/Throws: R/R Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 5 4-Seam FB Power Hitter P Contact vs. C 15 G G Chance +1 C RHP Multi-Hit 1B Contact vs. B 17 First Pitch 2B LHP Running Back 3B F Power B 155 Pull Hitter S Speed D 13 S Bunt -1 Arm Accuracy D 14 LF C Strikeout Glove C 16 C C Reflex Swing Arm Strength C 16 F POWER Fastball +1 R C F Fatigue Recovery B 17 GP/PA/AB 91/320/288 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .313/.374/.535VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 13/36/38 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 29/84/0 SB/CS 14/8 BUNTING SPEED
  39. 39. No. 2 Gorkys Hernández 10 Bats/Throws: R/R Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 2 4-Seam FB Bunt +2 P Contact vs. F 10 G G Infield Hit +1 C RHP Steal +2 1B Contact vs. F 10 Baserunning +2 2B LHP Running Back 3B Power F 65 Hitting: Team S Speed A 19 S Aggr. Runner Arm Accuracy D 14 LF D Aggr. Fielder Glove C 16 C C Arm Strength D 14 F POWER R D F Fatigue Recovery D 14 GP/PA/AB 45/147/132 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .212/.288/.341VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 3/11/16 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 12/37/2 SB/CS 5/2 BUNTING SPEED
  40. 40. No. 1 Emilio Bonifacio 15 Bats/Throws: S/R Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 3 4-Seam FB Average Hitter P Contact vs. C 16 G G Bunt +3 C RHP Chance Maker 1B Contact vs. D 14 Infield Hit +1 2B D LHP Steal +2 3B D Power E 99 Baserunning +3 S D Speed S 20 S Running Back Arm Accuracy D 14 LF D Prevent Injury - Glove D 14 2 C C Arm Strength C 15 F POWER Strikeout R C Error F Hitting: Team VS. Reflex SwingVS. LHP Fatigue Recovery D 14 GP/PA/AB 64/274/244RHP Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .258/.330/.316 Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 1/11/30 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 25/52/1 SB/CS 30/3 BUNTING SPEED
  41. 41. No. 11 Bryan Petersen 13 Bats/Throws: L/R Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 3 4-Seam FB Pinch-Hitter P Contact vs. D 13 G G Infield Hit +1 C RHP Baserunning +1 1B Contact vs. F 10 Running Back 2B LHP Running Throw 3B Power D 112 Laser Beam S Speed C 15 S Chance -1 Arm Accuracy D 13 LF C Strikeout Glove C 16 C C Fastball +1 Arm Strength C 15 F POWER Aggr. Fielder R C F Fatigue Recovery D 14 GP/PA/AB 84/273/241 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .195/.272/.257VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 0/17/29 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 25/58/1 SB/CS 8/2 BUNTING SPEED
  42. 42. No. 27 Giancarlo Stanton 20 Bats/Throws: R/R Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 7 4-Seam FB Power Hitter P Contact vs. D 14 G G Chance +1 C RHP Opp. Field 1B Contact vs. C 16 Power 2B LHP Intimidation 3B Power S 200 Double Dip S Speed D 13 Running Back S Arm Accuracy C 16 Laser Beam LF Glove D 14 Bunt -2 C F Arm Strength A 19 F POWER Strikeout R B Reflex Swing F Fastball +1 VS. Breaking Ball -1VS.RHP LHP Fatigue Recovery C 16 GP/PA/AB 123/501/449 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .290/.361/.608 Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 37/86/75 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 46/143/5 SB/CS 6/2 BUNTING SPEED
  43. 43. No. 6 Scott Cousins 11 Bats/Throws: L/L Outfielder 75 mph Hitting Arc 3 4-Seam FB Walk-Off P Contact vs. E 12 G G Baserunning +1 C RHP Running Back 1B Contact vs. F 10 Running Throw 2B LHP Bunt -1 3B Power F 76 Strikeout S Speed C 16 S Steal -1 Arm Accuracy D 14 LF D Aggr. Runner Glove D 14 C D Aggr. Fielder Arm Strength C 15 F POWER R D F Fatigue Recovery B 17 GP/PA/AB 53/92/86 Base Stamina G 0 Batting Line .163/.200/.267VS. VS.RHP LHP Starter G 0 HR/RBI/R 1/3/7 Preparation BB/SO/HBP 4/24/0 SB/CS 1/1 BUNTING SPEED
  44. 44. WHAT ABOUT HIM?Photo: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images (via FanFeedr)
  45. 45. Since PYS doesn‟t have a system toevaluate Managers, I‟ll let you drawyour own conclusions about Ozzie‟s work. #ThereISaidIt

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