Hunter Dozier - Top College Hitter in 2013?
I was looking for a website with all the college stats available (I am still looking) and came across this list of college players. Once adjusting for ballpark and strength of schedule, Hunter Dozier had the highest OPS and wOBA in 2013.
|Hunter Dozier||Stephen F. Austin||212||18||35||34||0.434||0.514||0.816||1.330||0.551|
|Kris Bryant||San Diego||228||31||68||43||0.333||0.486||0.825||1.311||0.528|
|Joe Jackson||The Citadel||228||14||43||29||0.417||0.509||0.706||1.215||0.514|
|Ryan Huck||Western Kentucky||196||16||39||45||0.367||0.472||0.694||1.166||0.490|
|DJ Peterson||New Mexico||218||15||46||35||0.344||0.458||0.674||1.133||0.475|
I am a little confused, but it seems the Royals may have made a sabermetric draft pick.
Arizona Fall League Update
Jonathan Mayo and Jim Callis talk Jason Adams and Jorge Bonifacio
Here are the stats for the eight players in Arizona right now
- I don't know about you, but it continues to look like at least one part of there is ready. I think it is about impossible to teach a 8.25 K/BB ratio.
- Some interesting numbers. Adam has gotten his walks under control. Baez is seems to only be able to get hitters out with the strike out. Arguelles still sucks really, really, really bad.
Additionally, Jorge Bonifacio was named to the All-Stars roster.
Royals Farm System Ranked 5th by Baseball America
Kansas City placed four starting pitchers in league top 10 rankings and also has interesting position players who just missed this top five in 3B Hunter Dozier (1 PIO) and OF Jorge Bonifacio (11 CAR).
I didn't expect the team to be this high. It will be interesting to see how other sources rank the team.
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