Guest Column: A Look at How the 2012 Cubs Draft is Going
It seemed a lot of you liked it when WISCGRAD did a brief rundown of the 2013 draft and how the draftees are doing so far, so WISCGRAD just went ahead and did the 2012 draft as well. What a guy...
|1||Albert Almora||OF||.321/.331/.464 between Arizona and Boise in 2012, .329/.376/.466 in 272 ABs for KC in 2013 before heading to DL. Will Play in the Arizona Fall League|
|CA||Pierce Johnson||RHP||Only 11 IP in 2012 after signing; now 11-6 with a 2.81 ERA in 20 starts for KC and Daytona|
|CA||Paul Blackburn||RHP||3.48 ERA in 20 IP for Arizona in 2012, 3.35 ERA in 43 IP for Boise in 2013|
|2||Duane Underwood||RHP||Only 8 IP in 2012 after signing; 4.56 ERA in 51 IP for Boise in 2013|
|3||Ryan McNeil||RHP||20 solid IP for Arizona in 2012 before requiring TJ surgery|
|4||Josh Conway||RHP||Recovered from TJ surgery in 2012, sufferred stress fracture to same elbow in Extended Spring Training 2013|
|5||Anthony Prieto||LHP||2.33 in 19 IP for Arizona in 2012; 4.29 ERA in 21 IP for Arizona in 2013|
|6||Trey Lang||RHP||Only 13 IP in 2012 after signing; 8.88 ERA in 24 IP for Arizaon and Boise in 2013|
|7||Stephen Bruno||3B||.361/.442/.496 in 252 ABs for Boise in 2012; .362/.436/.478 in 69 ABs for Daytona in 2013 but on DL most of season with recurring hamstring injury|
|8||Michael Heesch||LHP||2.45 ERA in 25 IP for Arizona and Boise in 2012; 3.78 ERA in 119 IP for KC in 2013|
|9||Chadd Krist||C||.274/.335/.433 line in 208 ABs for Boise and Peoria in 2012; .249/.361/.355 line in 291 ABs for KC and Daytona in 2013|
|10||Chad Martin||RHP||5.06 ERA in 16 IP for Arizona in 2012; now playing in the Frontier League|
|11||Rashad Crawford||OF||Only 30 ABs after signing in 2012; .208/.302/.277 line in 130 ABs for Arizona in 2013|
|12||Justin Amlung||RHP||4.00 ERA in 18 IP for Arizona/Boise in 2012; 3.95 ERA in 66 IP for KC in 2013|
|13||Bijan Rademacher||OF||.278/.320/.396 line in 187 ABs for Boise/Peoria in 2012; .287/.355/.381 line in 310 ABs for KC and Daytona in 2013|
|14||Corbin Hoffner||RHP||Only 12 IP in 2012 after signing; 1.55 ERA in 40 IP for Boise in 2013|
|15||Carlos Escobar||C||.234/.358/.390 line for Arizona/Boise in 2012; .233/.298/.373 line in 150 ABs for KC in 2013|
|16||Michael Hamann||RHP||Only 11 IP in 2012 after signing; 1.82 ERA in 24 IP for Boise and KC in 2013|
|17||Nathan Dorris||LHP||1.88 ERA in 24 IP for Arizona/Boise in 2012; 2.80 ERA in 61 IP for KC in 2013|
|18||David Bote||SS||.232/.349/.360 line for Arizona in 2012; .225/.329/.341 line for Daytona/KC/Boise in 2013|
|21||Stephen Perakslis||RHP||3.42 ERA in 26 IP for Arizona/Peoria in 2012; 2.95 ERA in 55 IP for KC in 2013|
|22||Eddie Orozco||RHP||1.88 ERA in 28 IP for Arizona/Boise in 2012; 4.88 ERA in 31 IP for KC/Boise in 2013|
|26||Jasvir Rakkar||RHP||Only 10 IP in 2012 after signing; 3.98 ERA in 31 IP for Boise in 2013|
|27||Tyler Bremer||RHP||5.71 ERA in 17 IP for Arizona/Boise in 2012; 2.25 ERA in 24 IP for Boise in 2013|
|28||Lance Rymel||C||.188/.246/.344 line for Boise in 2012; .260/.335/.329 line Boise in 2013|
|30||Izaac Garsez||OF||.246/.331/.410 line for Arizona/Boise in 2012; not playing in 2013|
|32||Tim Saunders||SS||.381/.431/.536 line in 194 ABs for Arizona/Peoria/Daytona in 2012; .226/.316/.321 line for Daytona in 2013|
|35||Ben Carhart||3B||.353/.419/.456 line for Arizona in 2012; .246/.297/.336 line for Daytona in 2013|
|40||Jacob Rogers||1B||.326/.462/.507 line for Arizona/Peoria in 2012; .284/.396/.419 line in 236 ABs for Boise in 2013|
Cubs @ Dodgers tonight...
First Cub victory at home this year for me!
Saw all four starters this year
RIP Arnie. We could use a lot more like you -- a man who succeeded and failed on his own terms, a true original, and, finally, a remarkable example of graciousness towards others.
Cubs finish 33 over at home. I was, personally, one game over at 3-2, which was one of my better years in a while.
I do hope that's the last time we see the Cardinals this year. A lot of power, which is dangerous, particularly in a short series, and they have really shut down KB all year.
Oh, and Jon Lester? Damn!
Yes. Boating accident at 3AM. Very sad, but stupid. Young men do stupid things.
lester puts 2 on and is taken out at 96 pitches. oh well.
2 out in the 7th, lester at 84 pitches, ross taken out for the standing O.
it's possible contreras will catch lester for another inning+.
What a weird day. Jose Fernandez and Arnold Palmer, but then Scully and, on a much more modest level, Ross....
d.ross gets his 2nd standing O on the night (last home game of the season)...hits HR #10...curtain call. baseball.
as a fan, he only "owes" us the game on the field and not getting in the way of others on his team being ready to play (imo).
it's exponentially worse to his family and friends, but this dude most likely had 15+ years of play left and even though he just turned 24 a couple months ago he had already established himself as a top guy in the game.
Carrie Muskat [email protected]
Updated #Cubs probs vs Pirates: Mon, Hendricks vs Kuhl; Tue, Lackey vs Vogelsong; Wed, Arrieta vs Taillon; Thu, Zastryzny vs Nova
I know what you're trying to say, Charlie, that none of us feels what his loved ones must be feeling.
On the other hand, what makes a death like this tragic is precisely the loss, based on Fernandez's youth and brilliance, to the baseball world.
So, for example, we can say that Princess Diana's death meant more, in aggregate, to millions of admirers who didn't know her personally than to her loved ones.
boston pitching snags a couple of mlb team records...
"Over nine innings of play, Boston's staff struck out 11 straight Tampa Bay Rays hitters Sunday, breaking the major-league record for most consecutive strikeouts in a game.
The previous record was held by former New York Mets right-hander Tom Seaver, who struck out 10 straight hitters in 1970.
Not only that, but with a strikeout to end the ninth, sending the game into extras, Boston's staff also struck out an MLB-record 21 batters over nine innings."
What a loss to baseball, which I'm sure pales in comparison to the personal loss to his loved ones.
Somehow I am sensing alcohol was involved. The highest number of boating accidents by a wide margin...
Reports this morning that Marlins' pitching ace Jose Fernandez died in a boating accident - just horrible news.