Toledo Mud Hens Season-Total Statistics

Toledo finished the 2012 season at 60-84.  It was a rough season for them, but somewhat expected, seeing as they played most of the season with minimal talent, and even fewer actual prospects, particularly in the position players area.

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The pitching staff has some major-league talent, namely Casey Crosby, Andy Oliver (I know, I know), Bruce Rondon, and Adam Wilk (to some extent), but all of them, aside from Wilk, seriously underperformed this season.

From a positional player standpoint, only Danny Worth and Bryan Holaday hold any real major league ability/projection, and even then, their individual ceilings are probably both up-and-down guys or career backups.

Let’s move on to the numbers:

Position Players:

-OF Justin Henry (27): .300/.372/.357/.729/131 Games. 476 AB, 143 H, 14 2B, 5 3B, 1 HR, 38 RBI, 72 R, 54 BB, 65 K, 22 SB.

-OF Ben Guez (25): .289/.403/.459/.863/108 Games (btwn AA and AAA). 370 AB, 107 H, 24 2B, 6 3B, 9 HR, 48 RBI, 65 R, 53 BB, 93 K, 15 SB.

-C Bryan Holaday (24): .240/.312/.320/.632/75 Games. 250 AB, 60 H, 12 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 25 RBI, 18 R, 22 BB, 43 K.

-IF Danny Worth (26): .264/.364/.421/.785/60 Games. 216 AB, 57 H, 15 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR, 24 RBI, 30 R, 31 BB, 58 K, 10 SB.

Starting Pitchers:

-SP Adam Wilk (24): 7-11, 2.77 ERA, 149 2/3 IP, 123 H, 28 BB, 128 K, 1.01 WHIP.

-SP Casey Crosby (24): 7-9, 4.01 ERA, 125 2/3 IP, 112 H, 65 BB, 112 K, 1.41 WHIP.

-P Andy Oliver (24):

Oliver Overall: 5-9, 4.88 ERA, 118 IP, 103 H, 88 BB, 112 K, 1.62 WHIP

As a Starter: 4-9, 5.06 ERA, 101 1/3 IP, 85 H, 76 BB, 92 K, 1.59 WHIP

As a Reliever: 1-0, 3.78 ERA, 16 2/3 IP, 18 H, 12 BB, 20 K, 1.80 WHIP

Relievers:

-P Luke Putkonen (26): 3-3, 4.92 ERA, 56 2/3 IP, 68 H, 20 BB, 46 K, 1.55 WHIP

-P Collin Balester (26): 1-1, 3.64 ERA, 47 IP, 38 H, 12 BB, 45 K, 1.06 WHIP

-P Luis Marte (26): 3-2, 3.70 ERA, 24 1/3 IP, 20 H, 10 BB, 27 K, 1.23 WHIP

-P Bruce Rondon (21): (Numbers combined at A+, AA, and AAA) 2-1, 1.53 ERA, 53 IP, 32 H, 26 BB, 66 K, 1.09 WHIP, 29 Saves

From these prospects/players, I only see Crosby, Oliver, and Rondon as impact major leaguers (Crosby as a SP, Oliver as a RP, and Rondon as a CL).  That’s not to say that guys like Holaday, Worth, or Marte can’t play roles on major league teams as backups or long relievers, but as for impact guys, I’m only seeing the 1st three.

As time goes on this off season, I’ll be doing full scouting reports and profiles of guys I see as “impact” major leaguers, so expect to see such reports on Crosby, Oliver, and Rondon (and potentially Holaday).

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