Blue Jays Prospect Report – August 3, 2012

I don’t have the data in front of me but I have to assume the Jays are like 20 games under.500 in Seattle and Oakland combined over the last decade. Maybe worse? Hopefully we can have better success against the Astros when they are moved to the AL west.

Hitters:

MAJ (1B) David Cooper, 1-3, .276, 2b (5), BB (4)
MAJ (RF) Anthony Gose, 1-3, .206
AAA (SS) Adeiny Hechavarria, 2-4, .311
AA (CF) Jake Marisnick, 1-7, 1 RBI, .204
HiA (LF) Marcus Knecht, 1-3, .202, 2b (24), BB (42)
LoA (RF) Chris Hawkins, 2-4, 2 RBI, .286, BB (38), SB (11)
R (3B) Matt Dean, 1-4, .245
R (SS) Christian Lopes, 2-3, .252, 2 2b (12)

Pitchers:

SS (P) Roberto Osuna, 3 ip, 6 h, 3 er, 2 bb – 4 k, 3.38

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3 Responses to “Blue Jays Prospect Report – August 3, 2012”


  1. 1 chief00 August 3, 2012 at 1:30 pm

    Your muse made me think. TOR just doesn’t match up well against OAK. They’re a little better against SEA, but not much. Over the last decade (’03-’12), the Jays are:
    SEA OAK
    Overall Road Runs Overall Road Runs
    46-37 13-22 401-337 41-46 15-21 403-407

    No matter how you slice it (straight up; Pythagorean; home; road; overall; etc.), it ain’t real pretty. They kill SEA at Rogers (33-15), but are useless at Safeco. They’re pretty much a .500 team against OAK at Rogers (26-25). Two mediocre-to-bad teams who beat on TOR like a pinata in those big parks (combined record of 28-43 over the decade).


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