PRC: Carlos Ruiz

Player: Carlos Ruiz Number: 51 Position: C Bats/Throws: R/R Consistency: Chooch had another solid year by his standards. For an 8-hole hitter, his .255 average and .355 OBP were very good. He started out batting .304 after May but batted .173 during June and July, dropping his average to .223. He then heated up tremendously, … Continue reading PRC: Carlos Ruiz

PRC: Jimmy Rollins

Player: Jimmy Rollins Number: 11 Position: SS Bats/Throws: S/R Consistency: I should give two reports for J-Roll: one for the beginning of the season and then one for the latter half. Rollins started out so poor that Charlie Manuel tried benching him and then dropping him in the batting order. He stuck him back in … Continue reading PRC: Jimmy Rollins

PRC: John Mayberry, Jr.

Player: John Mayberry, Jr. Number: 40 Position: OF Bats/Throws: R/R Consistency: He couldn’t establish any kind of consistency at all. He started out batting .320 in his first 28 AB’s (8 hits) but then completely fell apart, striking out at a worse pace than Ryan Howard could ever do in his nightmares. He struck out … Continue reading PRC: John Mayberry, Jr.

PRC: Pedro Feliz

Player: Pedro Feliz Number: 7 Position: 3B Bats/Throws: R/R Consistency: I don’t want to be too hard on Feliz. He was better this year than last. He had an amazing start to the season and then all of a sudden just became an automatic out. He was a guy who could hit 25 homers in … Continue reading PRC: Pedro Feliz