Thursday, June 30, 2011

Always A Tiger: Midseason 2011 Edition

The Tigers and many of the MLB teams have hit their official halfway point in the season and I thought this would be a good time to take a look at how the ex-Tiger players are doing this season. Just because they’re wearing a different shirt now doesn’t mean we should forget about them, right?

Right?

Anyway, here’s a position-by-position look at our former heroes in their newer surroundings, including some guys that have been in the minors all season.



MLB Position Players
Position and Player, Team, Avg, HR, RBI, OBP/SLG/OPS

C Ivan Rodriguez, Was: .215, 2, 17, .276/.336/.612
C Matt Treanor, KC: .216, 3, 15, .354/.304/.658
C Gerald Laird, StL: .214, 0, 4, .313/.381/.693
C Dane Sardinha, Phi: .219, 0, 1, .419/.250/.669
C Mike Rivera, Mil: .333, 0, 0, .333/.333/.667
1B Aubrey Huff, SF: .244, 8, 41, .295/.381/.676
1B Carlos Pena, ChiC: .226, 17, 44, .353/.469/.822
1B Matt Stairs, Was: .132, 0, 1, .246/.151/.397
2B Omar Infante, Fla: .254, 1, 24, .301/.314/.614
2B John McDonald, Tor: .189, 2, 11, .248/.297/.545
3B Scott Sizemore, Oak: .293, 1, 7, .359/.414/.773
3B Placido Polanco, Phi: .288, 4, 39, .339/.363/.702
3B Adam Everett, Cle: .217, 0, 1, .277/.233/.510
3B Jack Hannahan, Cle: .215, 5, 21, .306/.336/.642
SS Edgar Renteria, Cin: .230, 0, 12, .314/.254/.568
OF Curtis Granderson, NYY: .276, 21, 56, .367/.575/.941
OF Johnny Damon, TB: .273, 9, 37, .320/.421/.741
OF Matt Joyce, TB: .308, 10, 38, .369/.529/.898
OF Cameron Maybin, SD: .262, 5, 18, .328/.402/.730
OF Cody Ross, SF: .265, 6, 23, .351/.426/.777
OF Andres Torres, SF: .229, 3, 13, .330/.369/.699
OF Marcus Thames, LAD: .203, 2, 7, .250/.344/.594

MLB Pitchers
Pitcher, Team: W-L, ERA, WHIP

SP Jair Jurrjens, Atl: 10-3, 2.07, 1.14
SP Colby Lewis, Tex: 7-7, 4.32, 1.24
SP Freddy Garcia, NYY: 7-6, 3.28, 1.31
SP Edwin Jackson, ChiW: 4-6, 4.13, 1.48
SP Armando Galarraga, Ari: 3-4, 5.91, 1.62
SP Andrew Miller, Bos: 1-0, 3.09, 1.46

Relief Pitcher, Team, W-L, ERA, SV/SV Opportunities, WHIP

RP Kyle Farnsworth, TB: 3-1, 2.20, 16/18, 0.89
RP Francisco Cordero, Cin: 3-1, 1.53, 16/18, 0.85
RP Fernando Rodney, LAA: 2-3, 4.09, 3/6, 1.41
RP Tim Byrdak, NYM: 1-0, 3.98, 0/1, 1.52
RP Trevor Miller, StL: 0-1, 3.86, 1/3, 1.57
RP Chad Durbin, Cle: 2-1, 6.68, 0/0, 1.77
RP Clay Rapada, Bal: 0-0, 7.30, 0/0, 1.54
RP Brandon Lyon, Hou: 3-3, 11.48, 4/8, 2.40

And as I promised, here’s some names from the past. Can you believe that Andy Van Hekken is still playing baseball? And Freddy Dolsi’s a starter now?

MiLB Position Players

C Mike Rivera, Nas: .255, 4, 23, .336/.434/.770
C Dusty Ryan, Buf: .167, 0, 3, .167/.250/.417
1B Jeff Larish, LhV: .258, 13, 36, .353/.493/.846
SS Brent Dlugach, Paw: .271, 4, 21, .322/.407/.730
SS Michael Hollimon, Roc: .196, 0, 6, .318/.339/.657
OF Wilkin Ramirez, Gwn: .238, 7, 21, .283/.446/.730
OF Brent Clevlen, Lou: .247, 3, 10, .302/.393/.695
OF Jeff Frazier, Syr: .183, 6, 27, .249/.313/.561

SP Andrew Miller, Paw: 3-3, 2.47, 1.17
SP Dontrelle Willis, Lou: 5-2, 2.63, 1.21
SP Nate Robertson, Tac: 2-2, 5.26, 1.79
SP Freddy Dolsi, Cha: 3-6, 6.46, 1.50
SP Eddie Bonine, LhV: 3-4, 5.16, 1.46
SP Luke French, Tac: 4-6, 6.25, 1.73
SP Casey Fossum, Buf: 0-4, 6.56, 1.74

RP Jason Grilli, LhV: 4-0, 1.80, 1.28
RP Wil Ledezma, Las: 1-1, 4.54, 1.46
RP Denny Bautista, Tac: 1-2, 4.21, 1.35
RP Andy Van Hekken, OkC: 2-3, 3.00, 1.57
RP Roman Colon, Alb: 1-0, 4.61, 0.95
RP Casey Fien, OkC: 1-2, 4.09, 1.09

I see Nate still sucks.

If I missed anyone, my bad.

Until next time…

11 comments:

Russell White said...

This made me look up Mike Hessman,  now playing in Japan for Orix Buffaloes.  
http://www.buffaloes.co.jp/team/player/detail/5.html

Eric said...

hahaha! Jason Grilli? remember that guy.  Man, people hated him.

Zach Bayer said...

Good stuff!  The one guy I see you forgot is Jack Hannahan, starting 3B for the Indians, .642 OPS.  I would have thought Dlugach would be a utility guy somewhere, he seemed like a decent fielder that could play multiple positions and hit for a decent average and a little power.  It's especially surprising to me considering Hannahan is a starting third baseman right now.

Julian Miller said...

On January 30, 2011, Grilli hinted on his personal Twitter account that
he will sign a contract to play for the Philadelphia Phillies. He does
not yet have a name on the back of his uniform.[6]Hahahahahaha

SRogo said...

Good catch. I knew I'd miss someone. I'll add him in. Thanks.

Jdornberg said...

Adam Everett was DFA by the Indians. Your move DD

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Jen said...

Still do.

Corey said...

Let's get Grili back!

Pavko1tg said...

I'll sey it again...
Pack up your Gilli and Monroe your ass out of town...

Jay Hathaway said...

Yep, me too.