View Single Post
  #74  
Old 02-14-2013, 01:29 PM
dickallen15 dickallen15 is offline
WSI High Priest
 
Join Date: Dec 2002
Posts: 5,900
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by russ99 View Post
Dayan Viciedo - .255/.300/.444, 4.28 K/BB, 4.52 PA/K - 762 PA after his age 23 season.

Willie Stargell - .243/.290/.428, 4.47 K/BB, 3.85 PA/K (HOF) - 362 PA

Andre Dawson - .253/.299/.442, 4.26 K/BB, 5.15 PA/K (HOF) - 1300+ PA, but was ROY the year before at .282/.326/.474

Dave Parker - .282/.322/.409, 5.30 K/BB, 4.40 PA/K ('78 MVP) - 377 PA

Jermaine Dye - .252/.286/.394, 4.55 K/BB, 4.77 PA/K, ages 22-24 ('05 WS MVP) - 591 PA (close)

Ryan Howard - horrid 3.63 PA/K at age 23...in high A ball. ('06 MVP)
- He was 24 in his first season with 42 PA.

Nice try.

Viciedo's comparables through age 23 are: (source: Baseball Reference)
  1. Bernie Carbo (974)
  2. Jim King (974)
  3. Tommie Agee (972)
  4. Phil Plantier (970)
  5. Mike Marshall (969)
Real scary hitters there...
Through age 23. Bernie Carbo put up a 1.000 OPS as a 22 year old and was second in ROY voting. Plantier hit 34 homers and drove in 100 as a 24 year old, so Viciedo should be pretty good next year. Tommie Agee was Rookie of the Year when he was 23, with the White Sox. Mike Marshall made the All Star team as a 24 year old. Of course you also didn't want to go 2 more names down the list because those were Logan Morrison and Carlos Gonzalez.

You're embarrassing yourself.

Last edited by dickallen15; 02-14-2013 at 01:49 PM.
Reply With Quote