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June 23, 2010

White Sox sign 10th round draft pick 2B Ross Wilson

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ June 23, 2010 3:36 am
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University of Alabama junior second baseman Ross Wilson signed a contract with the Chicago White Sox on Saturday, meaning the Hoover native will forego his senior season for the Tide.

Bio. Stats:

Year Age G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO HBP SH SF DP AVG OBP SLG OPS
2008 19 62 258 60 76 11 4 15 47 9 4 21 47 5 2 3 6 .295 .355 .543 898
2009 20 55 215 59 76 15 2 9 47 8 4 35 38 7 3 2 3 .353 .456 .567 1023
2010 21 62 231 44 64 8 2 9 47 10 2 40 53 8 2 4 2 .277 .396 .446 842

and

Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld%
2010
.277 62-61 231 44 64 8 2 9 47 103 .446 40 8 53 2 .396 4 2 10-12 88 133 7 .969
2009
.353 55-55 215 59 76 15 2 9 47 122 .567 35 7 38 3 .454 3 2 8-12 97 124 15 .936
2008
.295 62-62 258 60 76 11 4 15 47 140 .543 21 5 47 6 .355 3 2 9-13 88 156 14 .946

Wilson was assigned to Great Falls.

FS:

That didn’t stop him impressing as a freshman though, as Wilson hit .295/.355/.543, displaying great power by knocking out 15 home runs and 11 doubles in 258 AB’s. His power took a slight dip as a sophomore, but his overall line improved to .353/.454/.567 with his K% dropping from 16.3% to 14.5%. He took the summer off after breaking down physically late in the season. Wilson’s production as a junior took a massive drop-off and he suffered a hairline fracture in his wrist just to make things worse. He finished with a line of .269/.388/.426, suffering a further dip in his power output and seeing his K% rise to 19.3%. His park/schedule adjusted line does make for much better reading though at .301/.422/.481.

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