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  • Ex-Cubs in 2010

    I did this two years ago and here it is again.

    I thought it would be fun to take a look at what former Cubs players did in 2010.
    Below is all the ex major league Cubs hitters performances in 2010. Here are the 28 ex-Cubs and what they did in 2010.

    Code:
    name	        AB	H	2B	3B	HR	BB	RBI	SB	CS	HBP	SF	BA	OBP	SLG	OPS
    Juan Pierre	651	179	18	3	1	45	47	68	18	21	2	0.275	0.341	0.316	0.657
    Casey McGehee	610	174	38	1	23	50	104	1	1	2	8	0.285	0.337	0.464	0.801
    Angel Pagan	579	168	31	7	11	44	69	37	9	1	3	0.290	0.340	0.425	0.765
    Jim Edmonds	492	136	46	0	22	48	46	4	0	2	2	0.276	0.342	0.504	0.846
    Cesar Izturis	473	109	13	1	1	25	28	11	5	6	2	0.230	0.277	0.268	0.545
    Ronny Cedeno	468	120	29	3	8	23	38	12	3	2	2	0.256	0.293	0.382	0.675
    Jason Kendall	434	111	18	0	0	37	37	12	7	6	7	0.256	0.318	0.297	0.615
    Jerry Hairston	430	105	13	2	10	31	50	9	6	5	6	0.244	0.299	0.353	0.652
    Jake Fox	396	86	20	2	14	16	44	0	0	8	2	0.217	0.261	0.384	0.645
    Eric Patterson	374	80	16	10	12	28	32	22	2	2	0	0.214	0.272	0.406	0.679
    Corey Patterson	308	83	16	1	8	20	32	21	4	1	1	0.269	0.315	0.406	0.721
    Felix Pie	288	79	15	5	5	13	31	5	2	1	3	0.274	0.305	0.413	0.718
    Milton Bradley	244	50	9	1	8	28	29	8	2	3	2	0.205	0.292	0.348	0.641
    Reed Johnson	202	53	11	2	2	5	15	2	2	4	2	0.262	0.291	0.366	0.657
    Miguel Cairo	200	58	12	0	4	17	28	4	0	4	3	0.290	0.353	0.410	0.763
    Jose Molina	167	41	4	0	6	9	12	1	0	5	0	0.246	0.304	0.377	0.681
    Andres Blanco	166	46	10	1	0	11	13	0	2	3	2	0.277	0.330	0.349	0.679
    Aaron Miles	139	39	5	0	0	6	9	0	1	1	2	0.281	0.311	0.317	0.627
    Henry Blanco	130	28	5	0	2	11	8	1	0	0	3	0.215	0.271	0.300	0.571
    Ross Gload	128	36	8	0	6	8	22	1	0	1	0	0.281	0.328	0.484	0.813
    Mark Grudanek	110	30	0	0	0	8	11	2	0	1	0	0.273	0.328	0.273	0.600
    Brendan Harris	108	17	3	0	1	9	4	0	0	2	1	0.157	0.233	0.213	0.446
    Matt Stairs	99	23	6	0	6	11	16	2	0	0	1	0.232	0.306	0.475	0.781
    Mark DeRosa	93	18	3	0	1	9	10	0	2	2	0	0.194	0.279	0.258	0.537
    Scott Moore	86	18	2	0	3	8	10	3	0	0	1	0.209	0.274	0.337	0.611
    Augie Ojeda	79	15	3	0	0	8	5	0	1	0	2	0.190	0.258	0.228	0.486
    Jody Gerut	71	14	4	1	2	3	8	0	1	0	0	0.197	0.230	0.366	0.596
    Gary Matthews	58	11	3	0	0	6	1	1	0	0	0	0.190	0.266	0.241	0.507
    Average	       7583	1927	361	40	156	537	759	227	68	83	57	0.254	0.308	0.374	0.682

  • #2
    Here are the 21 ex Cubs' pitchers.

    Code:
    name	        W	L	SV	ERA	INN	G	GS	SHO	CG
    Aaron Heilman	5	8	6	4.50	72.0	70	0	0	0
    Chad Gaudin	2	8	0	5.65	130.7	84	0	0	0
    Clay Rapada	0	0	0	4.00	9.0	13	0	0	0
    David Aardsma	0	6	31	3.44	49.7	53	0	0	0
    Jamie Moyer	9	9	0	4.84	111.7	19	19	1	2
    Jason Marquis	2	9	0	6.60	58.7	13	13	0	0
    Juan Cruz	0	0	0	3.38	5.3	5	0	0	0
    Kerry Wood	6	8	16	3.13	92.0	94	0	0	0
    Kevin Gregg	2	6	37	3.51	59.0	63	0	0	0
    Kyle Farnsworth	6	4	0	3.34	129.3	120	0	0	0
    LaTroy Hawkins	0	3	0	8.44	16.0	18	0	0	0
    Michael Wuertz	2	3	6	4.31	39.7	48	0	0	0
    Miguel Batista	1	2	2	3.70	82.7	58	1	0	0
    Rich Harden	5	5	0	5.58	92.0	20	18	0	0
    Rich Hill	1	0	0	0.00	4.0	6	0	0	0
    Ron Mahay	1	1	0	3.44	34.0	41	0	0	0
    Scott Downs	5	5	0	2.64	61.3	67	0	0	0
    Sean Gallagher	4	2	0	5.77	115.3	92	0	0	0
    Sergio Mitre	0	3	1	3.33	54.0	27	3	0	0
    Todd Wellemeyer	3	5	0	5.68	58.7	13	11	0	0
    Will Ohman	0	4	0	3.21	84.0	136	0	0	0

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    • #3
      Wow, doesn't look like we're missing much in most of those cases. Thanks for the lists, Ubiquitous.
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      • #4
        I really liked Angel Pagan's play and thought he would turn into a nice outfielder and get better at the plate. He did pretty well for the Mets last year.

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        • #5
          I'm thinking the Cubs wish they hadn't placed McGehee on waivers.

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          • #6
            Edmonds on a one year contract would have been a really nice addition as well as a 5th OF'er.

            though it should be pointed out that Edmonds' counting stats are wrong. For some reason Access double counted them, but his rate stats are correct.
            Last edited by Ubiquitous; 02-28-2011, 12:36 PM.

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            • #7
              Juan Pierre (still hate him for playin on the Marlins back-when), but hit by 21 pitches? That's an order of magnitude more than the average. Must lean in a LOT and/or have a built-in baseball magnet.

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