AAA Outfielders ordered by OPS
|Valentino Pascucci||29||91||.286||.410||.563||.973||16||24||65||86||83-LF 0|
|Chris Aguila||29||94||.291||.377||.543||.920||14||23||43||81||64-RF -3|
|John Rodriguez||30||38||.305||.410||.475||.885||6||4||16||22||99-CF 11|
|Jesus Feliciano||29||116||.324||.379||.390||.770||19||1||34||46||16-LF 1|
The final column measures defense. It is derived from data presented here by Clay Davenport at Baseball Prospectus. The first number is the number of games a player has played in the field, and the final number is how many runs above or below average he has been worth.
Valentino Pascucci is the only man is OPSing better than .950 and is leading the group in walks and HR. Aguila is a slightly better defender than Pascucci but isn't as patient or as powerful. Rodriguez has played the least of the group. Feliciano's entire game is contact and good defense.
Hey did you know that in 79 AB this year, Pascucci has hit .392/.505/.785 against southpaws?
Ted Berg at SNY.tv made the case for adding Valentino Pascucci to the big league roster here and here. Tim Marchman copied Ted here. I think that for the moment that ship has sailed since there's no spot for him on the Mets roster.
Marisa Belaidi did a nice John Rodriguez profile for SNY.tv here.