Not a whole lot has changed since I lasted posted about the Dodgers Fall and Winter Leagues, but I figured it was time for an update anyways. The AFL is now over, but it was already pretty much done when I did my last update. The Caribbean Leagues will continue through December. As always, you can find all of the Winter League Stats here.
Jerry Sands had a strong finish to the AFL, and finished the season with 3 homers, a .299 average, and a .410 OBP.
Trayvon Robinson had a little bit of a tougher time, ending his AFL year with a .250 average and way too many strikeouts.
Ivan De Jesus stayed consistent through his AFL stint, and had a .321 average when it was all said and done.
Scott Elbert got stronger as the AFL season progressed, and ended up with a 3.09 ERA and 15 strikeouts in 11.2 innings vs only 4 walks.
Javier Solano has thrown 8.1 innings in the Mexican Winter League, and has a 5.40 ERA. Batters are hitting .273 against him.
Ronald Belisario continues to have a strong showing the Venezuelan Winter League with a 1.54 ERA through 11.2 innings. However, his WHIP is 1.54 and batters are hitting .318 against him, so he must be getting a little lucky in terms of his ERA.
Alfredo Silverio has stayed hot, hitting .355 through 15 games and 31 at bats. The bad news is that he doesn't have a homer and has only collected 1 RBI.
New 40 man roster player Hector Gimenez now has 7 homers in the Venezuelan Winter League through 35 games. However, his .246 average and .779 OPS are slightly less impressive.
Pedro Baez, Jonathan Garcia, and Brian Cavazos-Galvez continue to have limited at bats in the winter leagues, so their numbers are not worth mentioning.
Finally, Dee Gordon has slowed down his torrid pace, but is still hitting .377 with a .946 OPS in the Puerto Rican Winter League. The bad news is that he is only 8 out of 14 in SB attempts, and has made 9 errors in the field through 27 games.