Winter League Roundup

With no Nationals playing for the Salt River Rafters last night, let’s take a look at how the boys are doing in the various winter leagues, beginning of course with the AFL:







Just a reminder folks: none of these batters or pitchers will get enough repetitions for any of these numbers to be truly meaningful. But I know you folks can’t help but look (and I need something to keep the site going).

Author: Luke Erickson

Since 2009, Luke Erickson has been chief writer, editor, and bottle-washer of Potomac is his home base as a season-ticket holder, but he has visited every affiliate north of Florida at least once, with multiple trips to Hagerstown and Harrisburg.

3 thoughts on “Winter League Roundup”

  1. Seeing Rivero’s name brings up the Rule V draft in about 6-7 weeks. Do they keep him on the 40 man roster?
    His numbers were very good but wasn’t brought up Sept 1, so you’d think they’d cut him loose.
    I’m much more apprehensive about the Rule V than Luke; I’ll just be glad when it’s over.
    Brad Meyers is still in the witness protection program after last years. Not one of Rizzo’s best moments.

    1. Brad Meyers may come back to the Nationals yet, and they didn’t lose anything by having him off the squad last year (he was hurt pretty much the entire season). Because he was on the DL all year, the Yankees still have to carry him on their roster early next year or offer him back to the Nats.

    2. Last I heard, he had shoulder surgery. He’ll most likely be returned next month a la Elvin Ramirez.

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