Hey, it’s a new Super Stats Pack!
This one is a heavy load, a snapshot of the league leaders at each level of our minors.
It’s not a definitive sketch of our minor leaguers, as some of the best prospects have already advanced at least one level this season and don’t qualify for any particular league’s leaderboard.
But still, it’s something instructive, right?
Comments and feedback welcome.
Donn Roach blowing away Michael Kopech at Triple-A? Yeah, we all predicted that.
Jacob May is not an efficient base stealer.
Zack Collins is a walks machine. Zack Collins is a strikeout machine. Zack Collins is an OBP machine.
Danny Mendick is a pretty efficient base stealer.
Blake Rutherford is on track for Carolina League MVP votes.
Micker Adolfo’s impact on the league is still felt, more than a week after his season ended.
Omar Vizquel is an overly-aggressive manager on the basepaths.
Dylan Cease, Tanner Banks and Bernardo Flores are a tripod of terror in Winston-Salem.
The lingering effects of Laz Rivera ransacking his way through Low-A are still visible.
John Parke ain’t bad.
Great Falls Voyagers
Logan Sowers has put up a helluva rookie league so far. Ian Dawkins, not too far behind.
Corey Zangari’s homers are crazy, but it may be feast or famine with him, with seven homers but no representation among the total bases or slugging percentage leaders.
Bennett Sousa tore up the Pioneer League but quick.
Spencer Moran is off to a nice start.
AZL White Sox
Um, so Luis Mieses and Camilo Quinteiro are important parts of the AZL offense?
Impressive showings so far by Brayan Herrera and Taylor Varnell.
DSL White Sox
This team is dead awful. Based on the utterly hilarious representation on the batting leaderboard, I’m gonna guess the problem is on ... offense.
Digging the power arms in Cristofer Melendez and Yoelvin Silven.