Area Code Games by the numbers

My look at the Top 10 performers at the Area Code Games ran recently, and I’m sure all of you devoured the look at the Area Code Games through the eyes of Trackman. Now I thought we could have some fun looking at the stats.

As I’ve mentioned before, statistics at these events need to be taken with several grains of salt, so don’t go yelling about sample size here. The Area Code Games, like the East Coast Pro Showcase before it, does allow a hitter to amass double-digit at-bats (14 was the high) and pitchers can throw multiple innings (5 IP was the high). Here are the leaders in different categories from the event:

HITTERS

Hits

Demi Orimoloye     8
Charlie Donovan    6
Mason Cerrillo     6
Tyler Williams     5
Jeremiah Burks     5
Ford Proctor       5
Nick Madrigal      5
Kevin Collard      5
Jordan Stephens  5
Michael McAdoo  5
Cadyn Grenier      5

RBIs

Demi Orimoloye   5
Joe Davis        5
Bo Bichette      5
Ford Proctor     4

Batting average (min. 10 AB)

Demi Orimoloye       .571
Mason Cerrillo         .500
Charlie Donovan     .462
Michael McAdoo     .455
Jordan Stephens     .417
Nick Madrigal         .417
Kevin Collard         .417
Nick Plummer       .400

Extra-base hits

Shane Potter   3
Garrett Whitley  3

Stolen bases

Ryan McKenna    5
Demi Orimoloye   4
Nick Plummer    4
Stachel McElroy    4

 

PITCHERS

Strikeouts

Evan Sperling            7
Cody Morris               7
Trey Cumbie             7
Peyton Culbertson   7
Dakota Donovan      7
Michael Zimmerman  7

ERA

Six pitchers tossed four scoreless innings: Evan Sperling, Logan Allen, Jordan Gubelman, Mike Soroka, Ryan Connolly and Brent Schwarz. 22 more pitchers put up three shutout frames. Nine of them didn’t give up any hits in those three IP: Peyton Culbertson, Imani Absullah, Beau Burrows, Javier Medina, Luke Heimlich, Sixto Torres, Colton Eastman, Ashe Russell and Chad Luensmann.

WHIP

Peyton Culberson (3 IP)        0.00
Javier Media (3 IP)       0.00
Luke Heimlich (3 IP)     0.00
Colton Eastman (3 IP)    0.00
Cody Deason (2 IP)     0.00
Sean Wymer (2 IP)      0.00
Logan Allen (4 IP)      0.25
Jordan Gubleman (4 IP)    0.25
Imani Abdullah (3 IP)      0.33
Beau Burrows (3 IP)     0.33
Sixto Torres (3 IP)      0.33
Craig Colen (3 IP)     0.33
Chad Luensmann (3 IP)     0.33
Cole Stringer (3 IP)    0.33

 

 

3 Comments

Jonathan, just curious why you would not use plate appearances ? seems to punish kids for walking?

I’d have to go back and look, but I think the stats I had didn’t have plate appearances? Even if it did, this is such a small sample size, I wasn’t penalizing anyone.

Brody Wofford hit .625 in 10 pa”s . He had several balls over 100 mph exit speed. I just was wondering why he was not mentioned. I appreciate all you do and enjoy your articles. Thanks.

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