Dec 162013
 

Winter Baseball Update
Time for our semi-weekly update on how the notable Nationals minor-leaguers are doing in the winter leagues. All statistics as of 12/14/2013, 1:38 a.m. EST.

BATTERS

PLAYER LG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP SLG SB
Francisco Soriano DWL 14 16 5 3 0 0 1 1 2 7 .188 .278 .375 0
Oscar Tejeda DWL 22 64 7 15 4 1 2 7 3 21 .234 .269 .422 1
Eury Perez DWL 16 48 8 10 0 0 1 2 4 8 .208 .296 .271 4
Jose Lozada PWL 8 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 0
Michael Taylor PWL 29 118 16 44 7 1 2 8 5 33 .373 .408 .500 3
Adrian Sanchez VWL 23 51 5 11 3 0 0 3 1 10 .216 .245 .275 0
Sandy Leon VWL 28 88 14 27 6 1 1 9 15 22 .307 .410 .432 1

PITCHERS

PLAYER LG W L SV ERA G GS IP H R ER HR BB SO WHIP
Manny Delcarmen DWL 0 2 0 1.88 12 0 14⅓ 14 4 3 1 4 18 1.26
Paul Demny DWL 0 0 0 0.00 3 0 3⅓ 0 0 0 0 1 4 0.30
Kelvin Perez DWL 2 3 0 0.00 6 0 6 1 0 0 0 4 2 0.83
Tyler Herron PWL 1 0 7 0.52 15 0 17⅓ 8 1 1 0 7 18 0.87
Gabriel Alfaro VWL 2 1 0 4.50 20 0 18 12 14 9 0 10 15 1.22


A few additions, thanks to MLFA signings… and a few subtractions, though all but Yunesky Maya appear to be due to the player no longer playing since our previous edition. Most of the leagues will finish up in two weeks, after which we’ll have a final wrapup of all the Nats stats from the winter leagues.

  9 Responses to “Winter League Update”

  1. Good to see Tyler Herron continue to put up good numbers as he continues his comeback. Could the Nats have found a diamond in the rough?

  2. Ywo takeaways here for me; Michael Taylor’s raking and with 118 AB’s there’s some substance.
    Maybe this will help Sandy Leon find his stroke after a lost 2013.

  3. Francisco Soriano can’t hit in the Winter League either, and yet this was the first player re-signed by the organization following last season. So now he can waste a roster spot (heaven forbid in Potomac again, where he already qualifies to run for Mayor) and prevent someone else from moving up. Clearly, the Vulcans are not running things.

  4. Chris Marrero signs a minor league deal with the O’s. Good luck, Chris – hope that you solve the “warning track power” problem.

  5. The Soriano reaction to why he is signed
    For A plus or AA bench jockey duty could be that
    His speed and glove can be utilized more
    Than another RH infield stick
    Brass surely won’t bump up Cody Dent
    Or Wilmer Diffo several levels to help out
    The cause

  6. I am looking forward to seeing how Skole comes back from the injury and fares for a whole season. Also want to see Souza rake at AA and/or AAA. I think Goodwin continues to get promoted along despite lackluster numbers. Taylor should get his chance at AA now that Rizzo told the world that he is the one with amazing skills. I think Karns gets another shot at the big time this year. And how about Adrian Nieto? Not sure he can stick with the Sox 25 man but I would sure like to see him succeed. Anyone think Renda makes it to AA sometime during this season?

  7. Wow! Greg Booker must be looking for less time
    On the road being a TripleA pitching coach
    With his Dodger scout gig joining former Expo
    Peter Bergeron who goes full circle back to dodgers
    I guess Paul Menhart will bump up with Cole, Karns
    Trienan and Hill. Gilliam should repeat at
    Burg with the kids who bump up from A plus.
    Tony Renda is one of several guys I would live to see
    The brass push the envelope on- Cody Dent
    And Bryan Lippencott , too

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