Sunday, March 6, 2011

Dodgers' team leaders after the first week-plus of Spring Training

The Dodgers are 3-7 in their first 10 games of Spring Training. Here's how the numbers break down through those 10 games.

Hitters


Batting average: Jamie Hoffmann and Matt Kemp - .417
Hits: Hoffmann, Kemp, James Loney, Aaron Miles - 5
At-bats: Gabe Kapler, Miles - 15
Runs: Jerry Sands - 3
Doubles: Marcus Thames - 2
Home runs: Rod Barajas Juan Castro, Sands - 1
RBI: Castro - 4
Stolen bases: Tony Gwynn - 4
Walks: Justin Sellers - 4
Strikeouts: Xavier Paul - 8
On-base percentage: Loney - .545
Slugging percentage: Castro - .727

Pitchers

Games: Roman Colon, Lance Cormier, Wilkin De La Rosa, Jon Huber, Jon Link, Carlos Monasterios, Luis Vasquez, Oscar Villarreal - 3
Innings: Clayton Kershaw - 7
ERA (> 1 IP): Colon, W. De La Rosa, John Ely, Jon Garland, Huber, Kenley Jansen, Kershaw, Mike MacDougal, Tim Redding, Ramon Troncoso - 0.00
Walks: Scott Elbert - 6
Strikeouts: Kershaw - 6
WHIP: Troncoso - 0.30
Saves: Nathan Eovaldi, Villarreal - 1
  • The Good: Sands getting on base, Gwynn stealing bases and Kershaw and Billingsley dominating and Troncoso is impressing thus far
  • The Bad: Paul striking out way too much and Andre Ethier is 1-for-13
  • The Ugly: Castro is atop the HR, RBI and SLG categories

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