Compare and Decide

Who was the more successful major leaguer here? Both are still playing so obviously it’s not completely settle but there is a substantial bit of ground that needs to be made by one of these to catch the other. If you wouldn’t mind let me know in the comments who you voted for and why…

 

Player X

 

Age Lev PA R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB
18 A- 228 24 53 13 3 7 39 2 7 27 74 .270 .361 .474 .836 93
19 A 416 48 86 10 8 4 39 22 7 48 103 .240 .329 .345 .674 124
20 A+-AA 567 99 144 26 6 15 84 29 11 67 136 .298 .390 .470 .860 227
20 A+ 507 91 129 25 4 14 77 27 10 60 116 .299 .392 .473 .866 204
20 AA 60 8 15 1 2 1 7 2 1 7 20 .288 .373 .442 .815 23
21 AA-AAA 394 58 95 22 4 11 46 12 8 39 96 .277 .357 .461 .817 158
21 AA 289 46 72 18 3 8 30 11 6 30 66 .290 .375 .484 .858 120
21 AAA 105 12 23 4 1 3 16 1 2 9 30 .242 .308 .400 .708 38
22 AAA 282 58 77 15 2 13 32 6 3 25 48 .310 .378 .544 .922 135
23 AAA 93 6 16 1 0 0 5 4 0 11 17 .200 .293 .213 .506 17
6 Seasons 1980 293 471 87 23 50 245 75 36 217 474 .276 .361 .441 .802 754
AAA (3 seasons) AAA 480 76 116 20 3 16 53 11 5 45 95 .274 .346 .449 .795 190
AA (2 seasons) AA 349 54 87 19 5 9 37 13 7 37 86 .290 .374 .477 .851 143
A (1 season) A 416 48 86 10 8 4 39 22 7 48 103 .240 .329 .345 .674 124
A- (1 season) A- 228 24 53 13 3 7 39 2 7 27 74 .270 .361 .474 .836 93
A+ (1 season) A+ 507 91 129 25 4 14 77 27 10 60 116 .299 .392 .473 .866 204

Player Y

Age Lev PA R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB
20 Rk 131 25 37 8 2 1 16 1 2 9 18 .308 .366 .433 .800 52
21 A-A- 341 42 81 14 2 5 36 0 5 45 54 .278 .374 .392 .765 114
21 A- 156 16 38 5 2 0 15 0 3 21 23 .284 .378 .351 .729 47
21 A 185 26 43 9 0 5 21 0 2 24 31 .274 .370 .427 .796 67
22 A 363 55 102 30 3 7 59 10 5 32 37 .312 .375 .486 .861 159
23 A+ 414 59 120 23 9 20 108 4 3 41 49 .332 .395 .612 1.007 221
24 AAA-AA 541 71 143 28 4 12 60 10 9 52 63 .297 .364 .447 .811 215
24 AA 85 12 28 8 1 1 13 3 2 8 7 .368 .424 .539 .963 41
24 AAA 456 59 115 20 3 11 47 7 7 44 56 .284 .353 .430 .783 174
25 AAA 478 84 133 30 5 15 84 7 5 32 75 .304 .349 .498 .847 218
26 AAA 216 24 41 8 1 6 25 1 1 24 47 .216 .301 .363 .664 69
12 Seasons 2614 376 688 149 26 71 407 34 30 242 372 .295 .360 .473 .833 1102
AAA (8 seasons) AAA 1277 182 320 66 9 37 175 16 13 106 206 .278 .337 .447 .784 515
A (2 seasons) A 548 81 145 39 3 12 80 10 7 56 68 .300 .373 .467 .840 226
AA (2 seasons) AA 88 13 28 8 1 1 13 3 2 9 8 .359 .420 .526 .946 41
Rk (1 season) Rk 131 25 37 8 2 1 16 1 2 9 18 .308 .366 .433 .800 52
A- (1 season) A- 156 16 38 5 2 0 15 0 3 21 23 .284 .378 .351 .729 47
A+ (1 season) A+ 414 59 120 23 9 20 108 4 3 41 49 .332 .395 .612 1.007 221

Who was the more successful player?

  • Player X (53%, 23 Votes)
  • Player Y (47%, 20 Votes)

Total Voters: 43

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  • Keith Myers

    As usual I’m the loan dissenting opinion. It would be easy to pick player X based on age and consistent >.800 OPS. My problem with player X is his K rate. A guy who swing and misses that often isn’t as likely to have success at the big league level.

  • Lauren

    I picked player X because comparing the two, player Y has double the experience as X but X is very close or even surpassing a lot of Y’s numbers in half the time.

  • http://www.sodomojo.com Brett Miller

    Player X. Comparable success, younger.

  • raj

    Saunders X?
    Wilson Y?

    • Harrison Crow

      The answers on the next blog post … but it’s Michael Saunders (x) and Raul Ibanez (y).

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