2012 Centerfielder Homers

by Bill Chuck on December 7, 2012

The Twins moved two centerfielders Denard Span and Ben Revere, but they didn’t lose much in terms of power. Between the two, they hit four homers in 2012, the fewest centerfield production of any team in baseball.

 

Here are the 2012 splits for centerfielders by team

Rk HR  RBI BA OBP SLG OPS
1 NYY 45 118 .242 .325 .510 .835
2 BAL 33 85 .289 .336 .511 .846
3 PIT 32 102 .329 .398 .551 .949
4 TBR 28 81 .248 .304 .438 .742
5 TEX 27 101 .296 .356 .515 .870
6 LAA 24 79 .292 .365 .470 .835
7 OAK 24 80 .262 .324 .453 .776
8 TOR 24 81 .229 .299 .409 .707
9 LAD 23 84 .275 .340 .449 .789
10 WSN 22 69 .285 .350 .475 .824
11 MIL 21 59 .258 .311 .417 .727
12 SEA 20 67 .244 .301 .413 .714
13 ARI 19 65 .253 .336 .430 .766
14 COL 16 76 .307 .383 .480 .863
15 DET 16 74 .291 .368 .453 .821
16 PHI 16 66 .268 .332 .412 .745
17 CIN 16 52 .226 .282 .339 .621
18 NYM 13 59 .247 .326 .384 .711
19 HOU 13 59 .209 .290 .317 .607
20 MIA 12 53 .262 .333 .391 .724
21 CHW 10 62 .272 .334 .379 .713
22 SDP 10 61 .241 .302 .354 .656
23 SFG 9 67 .277 .333 .423 .756
24 ATL 9 57 .265 .338 .374 .713
25 CHC 9 38 .230 .303 .337 .640
26 CLE 8 66 .281 .340 .398 .738
27 KCR 8 47 .255 .314 .357 .671
28 BOS 8 55 .264 .299 .354 .654
29 STL 7 59 .294 .357 .393 .750
30 MIN 4 48 .267 .325 .357 .682
TOT 526 2070 .265 .330 .418 .748
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 12/6/2012.

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