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Heroes of the Zeros: Right Field

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The Reds had quite an interesting mix of right fielders during the past decade.  There were a couple of old guys, a couple of phenom prospects, a couple of perennial backups, and a guy looking for redemption.  As far as depth of position goes, right field might be the deepest position the Reds have had this decade, which also makes it a tougher decision for all of you.  This may be the first position that I'm not certain who you'll pick.  Ballot is after the jump.

Other ballots: Starting Rotation | Bullpen | Catcher | First base | Second base | Third base | Shortstop | Left Field | Center Field

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Years G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ wOBA WAR
Dante Bichette 2000 125 514 461 67 136 27 2 16 76 41 69 .295 .353 .466 .819 103 .350 0.5
Jay Bruce 2008-2009 209 839 758 110 182 32 3 43 110 71 185 .240 .309 .460 .769 98 .328 0.6
Jacob Cruz 2004-2005 206 312 274 34 63 18 0 7 46 32 89 .230 .321 .372 .693 81 .304 -0.6
Jose Guillen 2002-2003 122 467 424 64 133 24 1 27 79 24 81 .314 .363 .566 .929 142 .387 3.7
Todd Hollandsworth 2006 34 74 68 6 18 6 0 1 8 6 19 .265 .324 .397 .721 81 .319 -0.2
Austin Kearns 2002-2006 452 1835 1593 248 426 92 7 71 263 206 412 .267 .358 .468 .826 113 .357 10.8
Ruben Mateo 2002-2003 120 318 293 27 72 15 0 5 25 18 73 .246 .299 .348 .647 71 .287 -1.2
Alex Ochoa 2000-2001 208 654 593 98 178 41 7 20 93 48 80 .300 .354 .494 .848 111 .361 3.1
Wily Mo Pena 2002-2005 302 898 830 108 206 33 2 51 134 54 288 .248 .303 .477 .780 101 .331 0.5
Michael Tucker 2000-2001 234 588 501 86 128 23 5 22 66 67 119 .255 .348 .453 .801 100 .344 2.1
John Vander Wal 2004 42 55 51 2 6 2 0 2 4 4 20 .118 .182 .275 .456 17 .201 -0.7
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used Generated 12/23/2009.
WAR data made available from BaseballProjection.com
wOBA calculated via the formula included in The Book and does not include SB data.