After the jump, here’s as much information we could find about the very late round draftees by the Cardinals.
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As we work our way into day three, info becomes scare on some of these draftees — here’s what we’ve found.
erik in 2010 MLB Draft, tags: boone whiting, daniel bibona, john gast, seth blair, tyler lyons
In case you missed it, College Splits has a glowing review for the Cardinals draft. They also gave us all sorts of nerdy split data to nerd around with. As with the college hitters, here’s a few advanced stats for college pitchers.
The Cardinals have signed 34 players according to Baseball America. The scoreboard at Busch Stadium said 33 on Wednesday night when I was there. None of the top 4 picks have signed. If you’d like give me your predictions in the thread — tell me if the player a) signs and b) how much (if applicable) and c) the day (if applicable).
1) Zach Cox
2) Seth Blair
3) Tyrell Jenkins
4) Jordan Swagerty
5) Austin Wilson
erik in 2010 MLB Draft
All stats are schedule and park adjusted and come courtesy of College Splits.
Earlier in the week I posted some of these advanced stats for the picks taken on day one and two of the draft, now here’s day three, plus I added in a few new stats – walk-to-strikeout ratio, batting average of balls in play and speed score. Read the rest of this entry »
erik in 2010 MLB Draft, tags: cody stanley, colin walsh, geoff klein, greg garcia, nick longmire, pat biserta, taylor black, victor sanchez, zack cox
Well, the last four columns are advanced. The stats come courtesy of college splits. All I did was add the ISO, BB% and K%. College Splits is what would happen if Rivals College Baseball or Baseball America had a lovechild with FanGraphs. If you care about the draft or college baseball at all, and haven’t bookmarked College Splits already, well, shame on you. These numbers are adjusted for park and strength of schedule.
Coverage of the Cardinals’ 2010 Draft Selections: