Here’s a Thought: Examining Aaron Cunningham

Posted: 2nd October 2009 by Nathaniel Stoltz in MLB
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In the last week, I've looked at two of the A's top Triple-A hitters, top prospects Brett Wallace and Chris Carter. Now, I'm switching gears slightly and looking at another top Triple-A hitter, but one who has gotten a little bit of big league time the past two years: outfielder Aaron Cunningham. If you're wondering why I've stuck to Triple-A guys this past week, it's because I'm waiting for the season to end so players stop accumulating stats and I can look at the season as a whole. So rest assured, in a few days, I'll be looking at some bigger (at least right now) names. But for now, here's my evaluation of Cunningham: á STATISTICAL EVALUATION: In his 45-game big league career, Aaron Cunningham has hit a meager .211/.271/.338. In 103 career Triple-A games, however, he's crushed the ball ...

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