The Process Versus The Astros | The Process Report

The Process Versus The Astros

Wandy Rodriguez

Rodriguez is one of the better pitchers in the National League, but his accomplishments are swept under the rug because the Astros have been horrid since he came into his own. A 5-foot-11 lefty, Rodriguez sits in the high-80s, and works with a curve and changeup. Despite that, righties have still managed to hit Rodriguez better than lefties.

Bud Norris

Norris always had the strikeouts, but he has curbed the walks and home runs enough to push him towards respectability. His fastball sits around 92-to-94 and he can pump it harder if need be. The heater is complemented with a slider and curve. Lefties hit him better, and have a .294/.350/.494 line against him this season.

J.A. Happ

Lefties are eating Happ alive this season, but historically, he has been a guy who struggles against righties. He throws a low-90s fastball a slider, a curve, and a change.

Pitcher Throws LHOPS RHOPS
Mark Melancon* Right .621 .663
Wilton Lopez* Right .830 .659
Enerio Del Rosario* Right .848 .776
Sergio Escalona* Left .473 .660
Fernando Rodriguez* Right .915 .713
Aneury Rodriguez* Right .784 .803
Fernando Abad* Left .568 .890

 

 

Batter Bats LHOPS RHOPS
Michael Bourn Left .602 .700
Jeff Keppinger Right .842 .647
Hunter Pence Right .792 .806
Carlos Lee Right .867 .800
Brett Wallace* Left .573 .789
Chris Johnson* Right .643 .776
Clint Barmes Right .829 .686
J.R. Towles Right .671 .496
Carlos Corporan* Both .650 .308
Matt Downs* Right .557 .751
Angel Sanchez* Right .618 .634
Jason Bourgeois* Right .686 .591
Jason Michaels Right .707 .715

*Career numbers

 



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