Monday, March 18, 2013

Quick glance at some former Blue Jays spring stats

 
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I know spring stats don't really matter, but I still find myself looking at boxscores over the course of the spring, always keeping an eye on just how some of the former member of the Toronto Blue Jays are doing these days.

Thanks to baseballreference.com, spring stats are easier to find, with the site using a new tool to determine the quality of opposing pitcher or batters faced.

Here's a look at how a few former Toronto Blue Jays are doing this spring.



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Vernon Wells (Angels)

11-for-31, .423/.452/.923, 4 HR, 11 RBI, OppQual 9.0

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Aaron Hill (D'Backs)

14-for-31, .452/.455/.710, 1 HR, 9 RBI, OppQual 9.2

John McDonald (D'Backs)

7-for-27, .259/.333/.296, 1 double,  OppQual 8.9

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Travis d'Arnaud (Mets)

8-for-26, .308/.387/.423, 2 RBI, OppQual 8.8

Henderson Alvarez (Marlins)

3 starts, 7.2 IP, 10 H, 4 ER, 4.70 ERA, OppQual 8.8

Adeiny Hechavarria (Marlins)

6-for-37, .162/.220/.243, 5 RBI, OppQual 8.8

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Lyle Overbay (Red Sox)

8-for-32, .250/.359/.406, 7 RBI, OppQual 8.4

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Jason Frasor (Rangers)

5 games, 5 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 K, OppQual 8.1

Jake Marisnick (Marlins)

5-for-11, .455/.500/.727, 2 RBI, OppQual 8.0

Kelly Johnson (Rays)

5-for-34, .147/.275/.176, 2 RBI, OppQual 9.0

Yunel Escobar (Rays)

9-for-35, .257/.270/.400, 1 HR, 7 RBI, oppQual 9.0

Travis Snider (Pirates)

8-for-31, .258/.297/.387, 4 RBI, OppQual 8.5

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A.J. Burnett (Pirates)

3 starts, 7.88 ERA, 8 IP, 9 H, 7 ER, OppQual 9.2

All stats as of 18/03/13

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