Sunday, October 10, 2010

Always A Tiger: End of 2010 Edition


Just because they’re wearing a different shirt doesn’t mean DNR has forgotten about them. Here’s the final simple stats on the ex-Tigers that I’ve managed to remember for the 2010 season.

Position, Player, Team: Avg, HR, RBI

C Ivan Rodriguez, Was: .266, 4, 49
C Matt Treanor, Tex: .211, 5, 27
C Brad Ausmus, LAD: .222, 0, 2
C Dane Sardinha, Phi: .205, 3, 8
C Mike Rivera, Fla: .000, 0, 0 (14 AB)
1B Aubrey Huff, SF: .290, 26, 86
1B Carlos Pena, TB: .196, 28, 84
1B Jeff Larish, Oak: .179, 2, 9
2B Omar Infante, Atl: .321, 8, 47
2B John McDonald, Tor: .250, 6, 23
3B Placido Polanco, Phi: .298, 6, 52
3B Mike Hessman, NYM: .127, 1, 6
SS Edgar Renteria, SF: .276, 3, 22
OF Cody Ross, SF: .269, 14, 65
OF Andres Torres, SF: .268, 16, 63
OF Curtis Granderson, NYY:  .247, 24, 67
OF Cameron Maybin, Fla:  .234, 8, 28
OF Matt Joyce, TB: .241, 10, 40
OF Marcus Thames, NYY: .288, 12, 33
OF Gabe Kapler, TB: .210, 2, 14
OF Matt Stairs, SD: .232, 6, 16
OF Frank Catalanotto, NYM: .160, 0, 1
OF Brent Clevlen, Atl: .250, 0, 0 (4 AB)

Starter/Relief Pitcher, Team: Win-Loss, ERA

SP Colby Lewis, Tex: 12-13, 3.72
SP Freddy Garcia, CWS: 12-6, 4.64
SP Edwin Jackson, Arz/CWS: 10-12, 4.48
SP Jair Jurrjens, Atl: 7-6, 4.64
SP Nate Robertson, Fla/Phi: 6-8, 5.96
SP Luke French, Sea: 5-7, 4.83
SP Brian Moehler, Hou: 1-4, 4.92
SP Andrew Miller, Fla: 1-5, 8.54
SP Dontrelle Willis, SF: 1-1, 6.85
RP Brandon Lyon, Hou: 6-6, 3.12
RP Francisco Cordero, Cin: 6-5 (40 SV), 3.84
RP Chad Durbin, Phi: 4-1, 3.80
RP Fernando Rodney, LAA: 4-3 (14 SV), 4.24 (7 blown saves)
RP Kyle Farnsworth, KC/Atl: 3-2, 3.37
RP Jeff Weaver, LAD: 5-1, 6.09
RP Tim Byrdak, Hou: 2-2, 3.49
RP Trevor Miller, StL: 0-1, 4.00
RP Denny Bautista, SF: 2-0, 3.74
RP Wilfredo Ledezma, Pit: 0-3, 6.86
RP Clay Rapada, Tex: 0-0, 4.00
RP Romon Colon, KC: 0-0, 18.00 (2 IP)
RP Juan Rincon, Col: 0-0 4.50 (2 IP)

Just a couple things:

-San Francisco made the playoffs putting our garbage on the field. Wouldn’t it be nice to play in the NL for just one season? (Lincecum, Cain, Sanchez, Zito, Wilson…I know. Blow me.)

-You think Florida might be thinking they could have made a better deal for Miguel Cabrera right about now?

-23 ex-Tigers played on teams that made the playoffs. Sigh.

-Carlos Pena hit under .200 and hit 28 homers. That’s awesome. The spirit of Rob Deer lives on. But give Carlos credit…he, at least, can draw a walk.

-Andres Torres…who knew? Didn’t see that one coming.

-I hope Sardinha gets AIDS.

-Finally, the number one question I have for this offseason: WHO SIGNS NATE?

/prays it’s the White Sox

2 comments:

rea said...

WHO SIGNS NATE?

Can I have Nippon Ham in the pool?

Tracy said...

Frickin Huff and Renteria. If Huff had hit those numbers for us last year we would have made the playoffs. It seems any former tiger that San Francisco signs will play well for them, no matter how bad they were for us. They could sign Nate and he would have a sub 4 ERA. Who knows, with the improvements Huff and Renteria made he might even win the Cy Young.