2012 Cincinnati Reds (97 – 65)

I am still in shock so I won’t write much right now but I am ready for the off-season to begin and see what Walt Jocketty and crew have planned. Here are the stats for the Reds hitters this season. Ryan Hanigan once again impresses me with his OBP with 44 BB and only 37 SO in 371 PA.

                                                                    
Rk                    Pos   G  AB  R   H HR RBI   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS
1     C      Ryan Hanigan 112 317 25  87  2  24 .274 .365 .338  .703
2    1B       Joey Votto* 111 374 59 126 14  56 .337 .474 .567 1.041
3    2B  Brandon Phillips 147 580 86 163 18  77 .281 .321 .429  .750
4    SS       Zack Cozart 138 561 72 138 15  35 .246 .288 .399  .687
5    3B       Scott Rolen  92 294 26  72  8  39 .245 .318 .398  .716
6    LF      Ryan Ludwick 125 422 53 116 26  80 .275 .346 .531  .877
7    CF       Drew Stubbs 136 493 75 105 14  40 .213 .277 .333  .610
8    RF        Jay Bruce* 155 560 89 141 34  99 .252 .327 .514  .841
Rk                    Pos   G  AB  R   H HR RBI   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS
9    CI      Todd Frazier 128 422 55 115 19  67 .273 .331 .498  .829
10   OF      Chris Heisey 120 347 44  92  7  31 .265 .315 .401  .715
11   SS     Wilson Valdez  77 194 15  40  0  15 .206 .236 .227  .463
12    C    Devin Mesoraco  54 165 17  35  5  14 .212 .288 .352  .640
13   CI      Miguel Cairo  70 150  9  28  1  13 .187 .212 .280  .492
14   LF      Xavier Paul*  55  86  8  27  2   7 .314 .379 .465  .844
15    C   Dioner Navarro#  24  69  6  20  2  12 .290 .306 .449  .755
16   UT    Willie Harris*  25  44  5   5  0   2 .114 .170 .205  .375
17   SS   Didi Gregorius*   8  20  1   6  0   2 .300 .300 .300  .600
18   UT    Mike Costanzo*  17  18  0   1  0   2 .056 .095 .056  .151
19   2B  Henry Rodriguez#  12  14  0   3  0   2 .214 .313 .286  .598
20   OF      Denis Phipps   8  10  4   3  1   2 .300 .364 .700 1.064
21   CF Kristopher Negron   4   4  2   1  0   0 .250 .400 .250  .650
Rk                    Pos   G  AB  R   H HR RBI   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 10/12/2012.

2 Comments

I an sorry! Really sorry! I hate to see the Giants in the playoffs. I was looking at stats between the Reds and Giants. Shockinky the Reds stats were better.
Emma

http://crzblue.mlblogs.com

I was shocked too.

Those first three games were crazy. Reds pitching was making it look like a lock but that is why I love baseball so much, you never know what is going to happen. :)

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