Top 50 Stat Roundup: April

I am going to try and do this every month with just a quick roundup of the monthly stats (and yearly) as well as injury updates if available.

  1. J.P. Crawford (CLW) – Oblique Injury, playing in Extended Spring Training
  2. Aaron Nola (REA) –  4 GS 2.55 ERA 24.2 IP 2 BB 18 K
  3. Maikel Franco (LHV) – .318/.355/.489 10 2Bs 1 HR 5 BB 21 K
  4. Yoel Mecias (CLW) – Shoulder soreness, pitching in Extended Spring Training
  5. Zach Eflin (REA) – 3 GS 0.00 ERA 15.2 IP 3 BB 7 K
  6. Jesse Biddle (REA) – 4 GS 3.38 ERA 21.1 IP 7 BB 19 K
  7. Roman Quinn (REA) – .347/.388/.573 5 2B 3 3B 2 HR 9 SB 5 BB 19 K
  8. Kelly Dugan – Stress fracture, foot, out of walking boot and rehabbing in Clearwater
  9. Deivi Grullon (LKW) – .297/.328/.406 1 HR 3 BB 16 K
  10. Carlos Tocci (LKW) – .359/.444/.500 8 2B 1  HR 7 SB 9 BB 7 K
  11. Ben Lively (REA) – 3 GS 1.42 ERA 19.0 IP 6 BB 15 K
  12. Tom Windle (REA) – 3 GS 5.00 ERA 18.0 IP 5 BB 16 K
  13. Matt Imhof (CLW) – 2 GS 1.80 ERA 10.0 IP 4 BB 2 K – DL with bicep tendonitis
  14. Victor Arano (CLW) – 2 GS 5.23 ERA 10.1 IP 1 BB 4 K
  15. Franklyn Kilome (EST) – Pitching in Extended Spring Training, likely in Williamsport Rotation
  16. Elniery Garcia (LKW) – 3 GS 4.40 ERA 14.1 IP 5 BB 7 K
  17. Jose Pujols (EST) – In Extended Spring Training
  18. Dylan Cozens (CLW) – .247/.293/.329 4 2B 1 HR 5 BB 23 K
  19. Cord Sandberg (LKW) – .221/.284/.250 2 2B 4 BB 8 K
  20. Ricardo Pinto (LKW) – 4 GS 2.42 ERA 3 BB 23 K
  21. Zach Green (CLW) – .167/.214/.179 1 2B 5 BB 24 K
  22. Jesmuel Valentin (CLW) – Restricted list following arrest for domestic violence
  23. Andrew Knapp (CLW) – .263/.310/.350 3 2B 2 3B 6 BB 25 K
  24. Joely Rodriquez (LHV) – 5 GS 7.43 ERA 23.0 IP 17 BB 9 K
  25. Aaron Altherr (REA) – .302/.434/.488 5 2B 1 HR 10 BB 9 K (13 Games)
  26. Aaron Brown (CLW) – .209/.274/.403 4 2B 3 3B 1 HR 4 BB 16 K
  27. Luis Encarnacion (EST) – Extended Spring Training, likely headed to Williamsport
  28. Odubel Herrera (PHI) – .301/.341/.422 6 2B 2 3B 4 SB 5 BB 18 K
  29. Nefi Ogando (REA) – 7 G 3.60 ERA 10.0 IP 4 BB 9 K
  30. Severino Gonzalez (LHV/PHI) – 3 GS 3.57 ERA 17.2 IP 2 BB 9 K (LHV)/1 GS 23.62 ERA 2.2 IP 2 BB 0 K (PHI)
  31. Arquimedes Gamboa (EST) – Extended Spring Training, likely GCL
  32. Cameron Perkins (REA) – .206/.261/.270 4 2B 3 BB 5 K
  33. Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez (LHV) – DL,  shoulder injury
  34. Jiandido Tromp (LKW) – .145/.203/.188 1 2B 1 3B 4 BB 22 K
  35. Andrew Pullin (CLW) – .303/.372/.434 7 2B 1 HR 9 BB 14 K
  36. Chris Oliver (LKW) – 3 GS 3.00 ERA 15.0 IP 5 BB 10 K
  37. Rhys Hoskins (LKW) – .324/.432/.554 5 2B 4 HR 9 BB 18 K
  38. Edubray Ramos (CLW) – 7 G 2.31 ERA 11.2 IP 1 BB 8 K
  39. Willians Astudillo (CLW) – .309/.337/.420 6 2B 1 HR 1 BB 5 K
  40. Jesus Posso (EST) – Extended Spring Training, likely Williamsport
  41. Malquin Canelo (LKW) – .295/.360/.436 8 2B 1 HR 3 SB 8 BB 14 K
  42. Jan Hernandez (EST) – Extended Spring Training, likely Williamsport
  43. Jonathan Arauz (EST) – Extended Spring Training, likely GCL
  44. Daniel Brito (EST) – Extended Spring Training, likely GCL
  45. Adam Morgan (LHV) – 4 GS 3.74 ERA 21.2 IP 5 BB 11 K
  46. Miguel Nunez (CLW) – 4 GS 6.75 ERA 17.1 IP 8 BB 5 K
  47. Samuel Hiciano (LKW) – Broken Ankle, Out for the season
  48. Brandon Leibrandt (CLW) – 4 GS 1.80 ERA 25.0 IP 4 BB 19 K
  49. Drew Anderson (LKW) – Tommy John Surgery, Out for the season
  50. Grenny Cumana (LKW) – .194/.242/.226 2 2B 5 SB 4 BB 9 K

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Author: Matt Winkelman

Matt Winkelman
Matt is originally from Mt. Holly, NJ, but after a 4 year side track to Cleveland for college he now resides in Madison, WI. His work has appeared on Phuture Phillies, The Good Phight, and TheDynastyGuru.

6 comments

  1. Eric

    I know the stats don’t tell the whole story, but other than the injuries that’s a pretty nice start for the top 11.

  2. Pitchers and batters competing to see who can have the lowest BB:K ratio?

  3. Romus

    Hoskins at 37 on the top 50 parade leading Phillies org in HRs.

    • Handzus

      It’s good to see Hoskins hitting like he is, but I need to see him do the same at Clearwater before I start to get a little hopeful about him. He should be raking at Lakewood if he’s any kind of 1B prospect.

  4. Gotta love what Hoskins and Canelo have done too. I’m really hoping that Sandberg starts getting on base more. I haven’t seen him play yet, but it sure seems like he’s been unlucky. He’s cut his strikeout rate in half (from 19.8% to 10.5%) and has a BABIP of .250. Something has to give, right?

  5. allentown1

    Pointer is the guy who snuck up on me. I didn’t really that his May had been this good. Those are very good stats for him.