Giants 2009 Spring Training Stats

    Games                        
24 – A. Torres               
23 – J. Bowker
22 – S. McClain   
 
      AB
57 – K. Frandsen
55 – T. Ishikawa
54 – E. Burriss
 
    Runs
15 – A. Torres
12 – E. Velez
11 – E. Burriss
 
     Hits
22 – E. Burriss
20 – P. Sandoval
20 – A. Torres
 
      2B
8 – J. Guzman
5 – K. Frandsen
5 – E. Renteria
 
      3B
3 – F. Lewis
2 – A. Torres
2 – E. Velez
 
      HR
5 – T. Ishikawa
4 – J. Guzman
4 – R.. Rohlinger
 
      RBI
14 – J. Guzman
11 – B. Molina
11 – R. Rohlinger
 
     AVG (players with more than 20 AB’s)
.455 – A. Torres
.417 – P. Sandoval
.407 – E. Burriss

5 comments

  1. kingofcali

    Yeah I know they don’t meen much, but it does mean much to the players that are fighting for a spot. I just want to see who’s doing good. I don’t really care about stats or wins in spring. It’s just a blog about the Giants top players in spring right now.

    ~ King of Cali

  2. redbirdchatter

    I was listening to Lee Hamilton on XM Radio on the way home from work. He gave his recap of spring training news that ended with him naming off 7 or 8 young Giants with batting averages over .300. Now those don’t necessarily equate to regular season game, but it’s still something you like to see. His other startling stat was the Padres team ERA that was above 7.00…now that’s a number you don’t want to see even in Spring Training!
    -Kathy
    http://redbirdchatter.mlblogs.com

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