Tagged: Carlos Beltran

#Reds Johnny Cueto Career HRs against


Milwaukee Brewers 3B Aramis Ramirez just hit a home run off of Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher, Johnny Cueto and has 5 career home runs against him now. Here is the list of players that have hit one off of Cueto in his career.

                                                 
                    PA HR    BA   OBP   SLG   OPS
Andrew McCutchen    55  4  .277  .382  .596  .978
Aramis Ramirez      48  4  .333  .458  .744 1.202
Alfonso Soriano     46  4  .286  .348  .595  .943
Corey Hart          39  3  .229  .308  .486  .793
Carlos Lee          27  3  .333  .370  .750 1.120
Jon Jay             23  3  .476  .500  .952 1.452
Brian McCann         8  3  .429  .500 1.714 2.214
Lance Berkman       40  2  .276  .475  .552 1.027
Yadier Molina       35  2  .258  .294  .484  .778
Prince Fielder      26  2  .304  .385  .696 1.080
Justin Upton        20  2  .333  .400  .778 1.178
Carlos Beltran      16  2  .429  .500  .929 1.429
Marlon Byrd         16  2  .643  .688 1.143 1.830
Shane Victorino     15  2  .385  .467  .846 1.313
Matt Kemp           14  2  .500  .571 1.000 1.571
Gerardo Parra       14  2  .364  .500 1.091 1.591
Will Venable        10  2  .556  .600 1.222 1.822
Elijah Dukes         8  2  .667  .750 1.833 2.583
Jorge Cantu          6  2  .500  .500 1.667 2.167
Travis Hafner        4  2  .500  .500 2.000 2.500
Ryan Theriot        48  1  .302  .362  .419  .780
Garrett Jones       43  1  .282  .349  .513  .862
Geovany Soto        32  1  .233  .281  .500  .781
David Wright        27  1  .227  .370  .364  .734
Colby Rasmus        26  1  .304  .385  .565  .950
Ryan Doumit         25  1  .273  .320  .455  .775
Kosuke Fukudome     25  1  .250  .280  .417  .697
Ryan Howard         22  1  .316  .409  .684 1.093
Nate McLouth        22  1  .316  .409  .526  .935
Jimmy Rollins       22  1  .211  .318  .526  .844
Rick Ankiel         20  1  .444  .500  .667 1.167
Ronny Cedeno        19  1  .278  .316  .556  .871
Lastings Milledge   19  1  .222  .263  .444  .708
Chase Utley         19  1  .263  .263  .421  .684
Geoff Blum          17  1  .154  .294  .385  .679
Raul Ibanez         17  1  .375  .353  .625  .978
Russell Martin      17  1  .200  .294  .467  .761
Martin Prado        16  1  .357  .438  .643 1.080
Delwyn Young        16  1  .250  .250  .500  .750
Ryan Zimmerman      15  1  .286  .333  .500  .833
Andre Ethier        14  1  .250  .357  .583  .940
Craig Counsell      12  1  .222  .417  .556  .972
Lucas Duda          12  1  .273  .250  .545  .795
Carlos Gonzalez     12  1  .400  .500  .800 1.300
Kazuo Matsui        12  1  .556  .667 1.111 1.778
Jhonny Peralta      12  1  .182  .250  .455  .705
Adam Dunn           11  1  .143  .455  .571 1.026
Casey Blake         10  1  .375  .500  .750 1.250
Greg Dobbs          10  1  .111  .100  .444  .544
Rafael Furcal       10  1  .333  .400  .889 1.289
Curtis Granderson   10  1  .250  .400  .625 1.025
Johnny Damon         9  1  .111  .111  .444  .556
Adrian Gonzalez      9  1  .375  .444  .875 1.319
Todd Helton          9  1  .429  .444  .857 1.302
Aaron Hill           9  1  .286  .444  .714 1.159
Cameron Maybin       9  1  .444  .444  .889 1.333
Xavier Nady          9  1  .625  .667 1.000 1.667
Scott Podsednik      8  1  .286  .375  .714 1.089
Matthew Joyce        7  1  .333  .429  .833 1.262
Ryan Church          6  1  .200  .333  .800 1.133
Paul Goldschmidt     6  1  .333  .333  .833 1.167
Bill Hall            6  1  .333  .333  .833 1.167
John Mayberry        6  1  .167  .167  .667  .833
Humberto Quintero    6  1  .333  .333  .833 1.167
Kurt Suzuki          6  1  .400  .500 1.200 1.700
Nick Swisher         6  1  .200  .333  .800 1.133
Mark Teixeira        6  1  .167  .167  .667  .833
Carlos Delgado       5  1  .667  .800 1.667 2.467
Carlos Gomez         5  1  .400  .400 1.200 1.600
Jason LaRue          5  1  .500  .600 1.250 1.850
Augie Ojeda          5  1  .500  .600 1.250 1.850
Carlos Zambrano      5  1  .250  .250 1.000 1.250
Matt Dominguez       4  1  .250  .250 1.000 1.250
Chris Iannetta       4  1  .250  .250 1.000 1.250
A.J. Pierzynski      4  1  .250  .250 1.000 1.250
Eddy Rodriguez       3  1  .333  .333 1.333 1.667
Fernando Tatis       3  1  .667  .667 1.667 2.333
Gordon Beckham       2  1  .500  .500 2.000 2.500
Jay Gibbons          2  1 1.000 1.000 4.000 5.000

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Generated 5/3/2014.

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Carlos Beltran vs. Reds pitching


I thought it would be nice to compare Carlos Beltran vs. Cincinnati Reds pitching. Johnny Cueto and Mat Latos might have the most problems against him in 2012 if he stays healthy. Even with seeing some of these numbers I am still happy it is him instead of Albert Pujols.


Carlos Beltran vs. Cincinnati Reds pitching.

                                                            
                    AB  H HR RBI BB SO   BA   OBP  SLG   OPS
Bronson Arroyo      18  5  1   4  2  5 .278  .350 .667 1.017
Francisco Cordero   12  3  1   4  1  4 .250  .308 .500  .808
Johnny Cueto        11  4  1   4  1  2 .364  .417 .727 1.144
Mike Leake           6  0  0   0  0  2 .000  .000 .000  .000
Bill Bray            4  1  0   2  0  2 .250  .200 .500  .700
Jose Arredondo       2  1  0   1  1  1 .500  .667 .500 1.167
Jared Burton         3  0  0   0  0  0 .000  .000 .000  .000
Nick Masset          1  0  0   0  1  0 .000  .500 .000  .500
Aroldis Chapman      1  0  0   0  0  1 .000  .000 .000  .000
Sam LeCure           0  0  0   0  1       0            1.000
Total               97 27  4  22 11 22 .278  .355 .474  .829

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Carlos Beltran vs. Mat Latos

                                                      
            AB  H HR RBI BB SO    BA   OBP   SLG   OPS
Mat Latos    2  2  2   2  1  0 1.000 1.000 4.000 5.000

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Carlos Beltran vs. Sean Marshall

                                                       
                 AB  H HR RBI BB SO   BA  OBP  SLG  OPS
Sean Marshall     9  0  0   0  0  1 .000 .000 .000 .000

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Generated 12/23/2011.


Cardinals still don’t scare me


St. Louis Cardinals signed Carlos Beltran today and I still don’t think that is enough to help them win another World Series. Sure, a two-year deal for Beltran instead of a ten-year deal with Albert Pujols might be smart to some fans but they are really going to miss The Machine when the 2012 season starts. If this is their solution for when Pujols signed with Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim the Reds really don’t have a lot to worry about. Don’t get me wrong, they are still a tough team but without Pujols and Tony LaRussa they are not as scary as they once were.

Beltran vs. the Cincinnati Reds is actually a joke compared to Albert Pujols vs. the Reds.


Carlos Beltran career vs. Cincinnati Reds

              Split  G  AB  R  H HR RBI BB SO   BA  OBP  SLG  OPS
    Cincinnati Reds 47 180 32 48 10  44 27 32 .267 .360 .533 .894

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Generated 12/22/2011.


Albert Pujols vs. the Reds.

              Split   G  AB   R   H HR RBI BB SO   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS
    Cincinnati Reds 172 652 146 228 46 143 92 52 .350 .430 .641 1.072

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Generated 12/22/2011.