5/10/2013 10:29 AM
final tally from Season 1 of the Herman in RF experiment:
573 AB's 75-35-116 (R-HR-RBI) .309/.367/.538 (.905 SLG) in a pitcher's park!
1234.2 innings in RF 135 PO, 5A, 6E, 1DP, 0+ plays, 10- plays, .959 fld%, 1.02 RF
5/10/2013 10:37 AM

 

 

inn

po

A

e

Plus

neg

Total

PPPS

Glenn Herman

RF

1234

135

5

6

0

10

0.100

146.5

The Rest

 

228.2

33

0

0

1

0

0.149

217.2

5/10/2013 10:42 AM
The Rest are the other guys I played in RF?
PPPS = Poor Plays Per Season?
5/10/2013 10:52 AM
Positive Plays Per Season.

PO + A + Positive - errors - negative x 1458

Herman cost you 70 good results in RF as compared to the other RF you used.   That would be assuming he/group played the full 162 games at 9 innings each.   That doesn't happen because of d-replacements and whatnot but it's a good guideline to use in figuring out his worth.   In the "Pinch hitting" thread I posted two guys I used in RF last season in MG.   Fielding was comparable but one raked while the other did not.   Therefore, one was worth the neg D while the other was not(which is why he found himself riding pine in the 2nd half).
5/10/2013 11:15 AM

is minus 70 good results in RF worth this at the plate?
573 AB's 75-35-116 (R-HR-RBI) .309/.367/.538 (.905 SLG) in a pitcher's park!
 

5/10/2013 11:28 AM
It depends on what you'd have gotten from the other guys had they played full time.    Without getting too convoluted, Herman had an RC27 of almost 2 more than your team average.    I'd look at the others and see if Herman giving up 2 1/2 games worth of outs was a plus for you.    Just guessing, it was. 
5/11/2013 11:56 AM
Can a guy with a Range of 1 and an Arm of 62-61 survive in RF?  Well, I'm not too concerned about the Arm, but more about the Range.  I used a guy with Range of 7 the last two years and he was decent (.979/5 minuses/635 innings) and then less than decent (.902/4 minuses/376 innings) over the two years.  His arm was 58-61.

But I have HarryDiaz coming.  HIs bat is 66-84-72-62-74 after his 2nd year.  Projects to 74-94-81-66-86.  Makeup is only 34, but he only has a small bit to go to hit projections and several years of growth.  He's a potent bat.  Will mash lefties.

But I also have WesleyWilson already in the majors.  Just raked as a MLB rookie.  Projects to 86-84-62-88-84.  His range is 3, so I don't gain anything over Diaz defensively, really.

I could platoon those two in a year. But I usually like to have a better PC guy in a platoon situation, especially a guy who hits lefties so I can give my #1 guy the day off against them.  Currently JoeSchneider , who I have for one more year then may resign. 

Having all three of those guys would be great, if I can use a guy with 1 or 3 Range in RF some.

What do you think?
5/11/2013 12:08 PM
Wilson RF
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