Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Drunk Dizzy Phan



This dumbass makes Phillies fans worldwide so proud. Just imagine the pride his momma must be feeling.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Ozzie Guillen - Luckiest Bigot in Baseball

Before last season, the Miami Marlins signed Ozzie Guillen to a four year, $10 million dollar contract. In return, he alienated his own fans by praising Fidel Castro, he alienated his own players by telling everyone that Giancarlo Stanton was the only reason for fans to show up, and he lead the team to one of the most disappointing seasons in team history.

His reward for this terrific year of work??? Well, $7.5 million over three years to sit on a beach.

Guillen had this to say about his firing on Twitter - "To the fans that support me and for those who are happy as well my love and respect to you. In life there are worse things and I have experienced them. I have lived through bad moments and I will get through this with support."

Yeah, he'll get through this with support... and $7.5 million. Some guys just can't catch a break...

Good riddance Ozzie. I hope I don't see him around a baseball field anytime soon. Take your hate and ignorance elsewhere.



Sunday, October 28, 2012

Name that Phillie- Lefty Edition

Can you name this Phillies player of yesteryear? Hint- it's not Steve Carlton.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Michael Martinez and Others are Gone

Pete Orr was removed from the 40-man roster.  In parts of two seasons in Philly, Orr played 2nd and 3rd base, batting .253/.616 over 81 games.  Signing him to a minor league deal for a third straight season would be wise because he provides depth at Triple-A and is passable in short spurts in the Majors.  Plus, he's Canadian, so that's cool.

Minor league veteran catcher Steven Lerud finally got the proverbial "cup of coffee" he's been seeking, playing in all of 3 games for the Phillies last season.  He too, was taken off the 40-man roster.  The only reason I would like him back, is that he's my birthday buddy (October 13th).  Other than that, he really doesn't have any redeeming value.

Tyson Brummett made his MLB debut on the final day of the season, pitching 2/3 of an inning.  The Phils took him off the 40-man roster and he was claimed by the Toronto Blue Jays...only to be released a few days later when they selected another Phillie off of waivers.

That Phillie was former Rule 5 pick David Herndon, he of Tommy John surgery in June.  Over 3 seasons with the Phils, Herndon compiled 117 innings in 97 appearances with a 3.85 ERA.  He was mediocre, and he's currently injured, so this loss isn't really a loss.

Unfortunately Toronto didn't continue their cavalcade of waivers picks when Michael Martinez was also outrighted off the 40-man roster.  Nope, instead, he was optioned to Triple-A where he'll be a threat to return at any time to Citizens Bank Park (pray J-Roll doesn't see DL time!).  Mini-Mart, the subject of much ridicule and dissastifaction on this blog, has the lowest batting average of any player in the Majors over the past two seasons with at least 320 at bats.  Overall, the worthless piece of poop hit .188/.512, and robbed much more deserving minors leaguers of time in the Show.  It's hard to believe no team wanted a 30 year old utility infielder that sucks at everything he does.  What is the world coming to?


Look at him, he's like friggin' Superman.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Phillies 2013 Third Base Solution

I am a wannabe GM, so here goes...

2013 is going to be a transition year at many positions on the diamond for the Phillies, but I believe the solution for 3rd base is an easy and inexpensive one.  Sure, fans are going to say, "Trade for David Wright or Chase Headley."  Ha, keep dreaming.  Let's go with something we already have, plus a reinforcement.  Kevin Frandsen and Eric Chavez.  Combined salary of roughly $4M.

Frandsen did a tremendous job for the Phillies over the final couple months of the season, with Polly banged up and nobody else capable of both fielding and hitting at 3rd base.  He hit .338/.834 playing in 55 games.  Although his defense is not stellar, he did have a positive DWAR (0.3).  He is 30 years old (will be 31 at the end of May) and is a right-handed batter that hits lefties better than righties.  His career split versus southpaws is .282/.748 with only 14 K in 263 plate appearances.  Estimated 2013 salary- $700K.

Chavez is known for his quality defense, although those skills have diminished with age and injury, and he is a left-handed batter that will turn 35 years old in December.  He hit .281/.845 with 16 HR in 113 games with the Yankees this season.  For his career he's killed righties to the tune of a .280 batting average and .869 OPS.  Due to his age and history of injuries, it's likely that he could be had on a 1 year contract at a low base salary, say between $3-4M.

That gives the Phillies an ideal platoon situation.  Chavez plays against RHP and Frandsen against LHP.  This also allows for hot hitting 3rd base prospect, Cody Asche, to possibly take over at the hot corner in 2014.  There ya go Amaro, solved.  Check that off of the to-do list.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Larry Andersen a Screwball



Not only is Phillies banished to radio color commentator Larry Andersen a screwball, he's also a big fan of the Reading Phillies mascot Screwball.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Mets Trick & Treat

Look at the schmuck with that Mets pumpkin cooler in hand.  That is me.  I had no idea what trick was being pulled on me, only saw the treat inside (6 pack of beer).  My buddy, pictured with me, is a hardcore Mets fan and we're constantly ribbing each other.  He got addicted to the Mets in the 80's, much like the 80's Mets got addicted to cocaine. 

What We're Drinking:
Millbock Brewing Company- Richard Cranium Rye and White.  Fantastic beers from a newish microbrew in the Harrisburg area (Linglestown to be exact).  It was my birthday this past weekend and Millbock showed up with a keg of each.  Party goers were delighted with the wheat ale known as White.  It is unfiltered with the aroma and taste rounded out with oranges and coriander.  Good stuff!  Richard Cranium Rye is a Belgian Blonde Ale brewed with Rye. Light yellow to gold in color. The flavor is a combination of Belgian yeast, biscuits, citrus and a crisp, slightly spicy rye flavor and all at 6.5% ABV.


Thursday, October 11, 2012

Freakin' Raul Ibanez!

Damn you Raul Ibanez! Damn you!

The Phillies are out of the playoffs, so I truly have no vested interest in any of the clubs currently playing in October, but I certainly dislike the friggin' Yankees more than the others.  However, I am pulling for the O's and A's, because I like their underdog story line and complete team/never give up mentality.  Former Phillie Raul Ibanez is doing his best to make sure that one of those teams doesn't move on to the next round in the American League Championship Series for the pennant.

Jim Johnson, he of 51 regular season saves and a 2.49 ERA, has been the culprit of Baltimore's meltdowns.  He allowed 3 homeruns all season long, spanning 68.2 innings.  Yet, it 4.1 postseason innings he's surrenders 2 4-baggers.  Last night, the killer blow came off the bat of Ibanez in the 9th inning to tie the game, who was pinch hitting for A-Rod (ballsy move by Girardi).  Then Ibanez did it again in the 12th inning, for the walk-off win.  Wow!  That's 2 homeruns for the Yankees in only 5 postseason at bats.  In comparison, he only hit 3 homeruns in 100 at bats in the playoffs for the Phillies.  Son of a...

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Greg Luzinski Miller Lite Commercial

It's officially the Phillies offseason, so let the randomness begin (did it ever stop?). Today we bring to you a vintage Greg "The Bull" Luzinski Miller Lite commercial. Enjoy...

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

The Howard- Final 2012 Standings



The Howard by Definition- any time a player commits an error, strikes out, and hits a homerun within the same game.

Congratulations to Ian Desmond and Ryan Zimmerman of the Washington Nationals and Mark Reynolds and Matt Wieters of the Baltimore Orioles for "winning" the 2012 Howard.  Battle of the beltway...

The Howard- Final 2012 Standing:
I. Desmond/WSH - 3
M. Reynolds/BAL - 3
M. Wieters/BAL - 3
R. Zimmerman/WSH - 3
P. Alvarez/PIT - 2
C. Barmes/PIT - 2
W. Betemit/BAL - 2
C. Davis/BAL - 2
P. Fielder/DET - 2
K. Johnson/TOR - 2
B. Lawrie/TOR - 2
E. Longoria/TBR - 2
J. Lowrie/HOU - 2
W. Middlebrooks/BOS- 2
A.J. Pierzynski/CHW - 2
H. Ramirez/MIA - 2
J. Rollins/PHI - 2
B. Ryan/SEA - 2
I. Stewart/CHC - 2
J. Willingham/MIN - 2
D. Ackley/SEA - 1
J. Bell/ARI - 1
Y. Betancourt/KCR - 1
R. Braun/MIL - 1
A. Cabrera/CLE - 1
M. Cabrera/DET - 1
A. Callaspo/LAA - 1
C. Carter/OAK - 1
L. Chisenhall/CLE - 1
P. Ciriaco/BOS - 1
C. Corporan/HOU - 1
Z. Cozart/CIN - 1
L. Cruz/LAD - 1
N. Cruz/TEX - 1
D. Descalso/STL - 1
J. Donaldson/OAK - 1
A.J. Ellis/LAD - 1
D. Espinosa/WSH - 1
L. Forsythe/SDP - 1
J. Francoeur/KCR - 1
D. Freese/STL - 1
J. Gomes/OAK - 1
S. Hairston/NYM - 1
J. Hamilton/TEX - 1
B. Harper/WSH - 1
C. Hart/MIL - 1
C. Headley/SDP - 1
J. Heyward/ATL - 1
M. Holliday/STL - 1
R. Howard/PHI - 1
N. Hundley/SDP - 1
C. Ianetta/LAA - 1
O. Infante/MIA - 1
T. Ishikawa/MIL - 1
C. Johnson/HOU - 1
A. Jones/BAL - 1
C. Jones/ATL - 1
K. Ka'aihue/OAK - 1
A. Kearns/WSH - 1
G. Kottaras/OAK - 1
E. Kratz/PHI - 1
J. Kubel/ARI - 1
A. LaRoche/WSH - 1
A. Lind/TOR - 1
J. Lopez/CLE - 1
J. Lucroy/MIL - 1
J. Mauer/MIN - 1
J. Mercer/PIT - 1
J. Montero/SEA - 1
A. Moore/KCR - 1
S. Moore/HOU - 1
M. Moustakas/KCR - 1
M. Napoli/TEX - 1
C. Nelson/COL - 1
M. Olivo/SEA - 1
A. Pagan/SFG - 1
C. Pena/TBR - 1
C. Pennington/OAK - 1
T. Plouffe/MIN - 1
B. Posey/SFG - 1
O. Quintanilla/BAL - 1
H. Quintero/KCR - 1
N. Reimold/BAL - 1
J. Rivera/LAD - 1
R. Roberts/ARI - 1
W. Rosario/COL - 1
C. Ross/BOS - 1
C. Ruiz/PHI - 1
J. Rutledge/COL - 1
J. Saltalamacchia/BOS - 1
J. Smoak/SEA - 1
C. Snyder/HOU - 1
G. Soto/TEX - 1
G. Stanton/MIA - 1
D. Stubbs/CIN - 1
J. Tabata/PIT - 1
M. Trout/LAA - 1
D. Uggla/ATL - 1
J. Upton/ARI - 1
J. Valdespin/NYM - 1
W. Venable/SDP - 1
D. Viciedo/CHW - 1
J. Vitters/CHC - 1
A. White/COL - 1
K. Youkilis/BOS - 1

 Inside the Numbers:
*This is Mark Reynolds 4th consecutive Howard Award.  He's committed 17 Howards since the stat's creation.

*A total of 129 Howards were committed this season by 105 players.  This shatters the previous seasons' trends: 2011- 107/84, 2010- 112/82, and 2009- 111/90.

*There were 5 Howards performed by members of the Phillies this year.  All 5 games were wins.

*Had a pair of AJ's do it this season- Pierzynski and Ellis, both catchers.

*The Colorado Rockies Alex White became the 2nd pitcher to collect a Howard (previously only done by Cliff Lee).

*The Howards of 2012 will be archived near the bottom of the right sidebar.

Monday, October 08, 2012

WSBGMs Collection of Phillies

We Should Be GMs was established March 28, 2006 and GM-Carson & Corey have been blogging for 7 seasons now. In that time we've witnessed the Phillies ascend the NL East and triumph over all of baseball and stake claim to being a perennial contender in the National League until plummeting this season. Many players and coaches have come and gone with some even staying for the duration. This post is intended as a means of reflection on all those men who've donned the Phillies uniform during our time in the blogsphere. Enjoy...

Record:
Regular Season (2006-2012) 639 W/495 L (.563%)
Postseason (2007-2011) 27 W/19 L (.587%)

Pitchers:
1. Cole Hamels/SP (2006-2012)
2. Jon Lieber/SP (2006-2007)
3. Cory Lidle/SP (2006)
4. Randy Wolf/SP (2006)
5. Gavin Floyd/SP (2006)
6. Jamie Moyer/SP (2006-2010)
7. Adam Bernero/SP (2006)
8. Adam Eaton/SP (2007-2008)
9. Kyle Kendrick/SP (2007-2012)
10. Kyle Lohse/SP (2007)
11. Freddy Garcia/SP (2007)
12. Zack Segovia/SP (2007)
13. JA Happ/SP (2007-2010)
14. Joe Blanton/SP (2008-2012)
15. Cliff Lee/SP (2009 & '11-12)
16. Rodrigo Lopez/SP (2009)
17. Pedro Martinez/SP (2009)
18. Vance Worley/SP (2010-2012)
19. Roy Halladay/SP (2010-2012)
20. Roy Oswalt/SP (2010-2011)
21. Tyler Cloyd/SP (2012)
22. JD Durbin/SP/RP (2007)
23. Brett Myers/SP/RP (2006-2009)
24. Scott Mathieson/SP/RP ('06 & '10-11)
25. Eude Brito/SP/RP (2006)
26. Chan Ho Park/SP/RP (2009)
27. Ryan Madson/SP/RP (2006-2011)
28. John Ennis/SP/RP (2007)
29. Andrew Carpenter/SP/RP (2008-2011)
30. Antonio Bastardo/SP/RP (2009-2012)
31. Aaron Fultz/RP (2006)
32. Ryan Franklin/RP (2006)
33. Fabio Castro/RP (2006-2007)
34. Geoff Geary/RP (2006-2007)
35. Julio Santana/RP (2006)
36. Clay Condrey/RP (2006-2009)
37. Rheal Cormier/RP (2006)
38. Matt Smith/RP (2006-2007)
39. Rick White/RP (2006)
40. Arthur Rhodes/RP (2006)
41. Brian Sanches/RP (2006-2007 & '12)
42. Tom Gordon/RP (2006-2008)
43. Francisco Rosario/RP (2007)
44. JC Romero/RP (2007-2011)
45. Kane Davis/RP (2007)
46. Joe Bisensius/RP (2007)
47. Jose Mesa/RP (2007)
48. Yoel Hernandez/RP (2007)
49. Anderson Garcia/RP (2007)
50. Mike Zagurski/RP ('07 & '10-11)
51. Chad Durbin/RP (2008-2010)
52. Antonio Alfonseca/RP (2007)
53. RJ Swindle/RP (2008)
54. Les Walrond/RP (2008)
55. Rudy Seanez/RP (2008)
56. Brad Lidge/RP (2008-2011)
57. Scott Eyre/RP (2008-2009)
58. Jack Taschner/RP (2009)
59. Tyler Walker/RP (2009)
60. Steven Register/RP (2009)
61. Sergio Escalona/RP (2009)
62. Nelson Figueroa/RP (2010)
63. David Herndon/RP (2010-2012)
64. Danys Baez/RP (2010-2011)
65. Nate Robertson/RP (2010)
66. Jose Contreras/RP (2010-2012)
67. Joe Savery/RP (2011-2012)
68. Justin De Fratus/RP (2011-2012)
69. Michael Stutes/RP (2011-2012)
70. Juan Perez/RP (2011)
71. Michael Schwimer/RP (2011-2012)
72. BJ Rosenberg/RP (2012)
73. Jacob Diekman/RP (2012)
74. Jeremy Horst/RP (2012)
75. Raul Valdes/RP (2012)
76. Jonathan Papelbon/RP (2012)
77. Tyson Brummett/RP (2012)
78. Phillippe Aumont/RP (2012)
79. Chad Qualls/RP (2012)
80. Jeff Lindblom/RP (2012)

Infielders:
81. Mike Lieberthal/C (2006)
82. Chris Coste/C (2006-2009)
83. Sal Fasano/C (2006)
84. Carlos Ruiz/C (2006-2012)
85. Rod Barajas/C (2007)
86. Lou Marson/C (2008-2009)
87. Paul Bako/C (2009)
88. Paul Hoover/C (2009-2010)
89. Brian Schneider/C (2010-2012)
90. Dane Sardinha/C (2010-2011)
91. Erik Kratz/C (2011-2012)
92. Steven Lerud/C (2012)
93. Ryan Howard/1B (2006-2012)
94. Mike Sweeney/1B (2010)
95. Ty Wigginton/1B/3B/LF (2012)
96. Chase Utley/2B (2006-2012)
97. Tadahito Iguchi/2B (2007-2008)
98. Brad Harman/2B (2008)
99. Freddy Galvis/2B (2012)
100. Jimmy Rollins/SS (2006-2012)
101. Brian Bocock/SS (2010)
102. David Bell/3B (2006)
103. Wes Helms/3B (2007)
104. Pedro Feliz/3B (2008-2009)
105 Mike Cervenak/3B (2008)
106. Placido Polanco/3B (2010-2012)
107. Greg Dobbs/3B/OF/1B (2007-2010)
108. Kevin Frandsen/3B (2012)
109. Ross Gload/1B/OF (2010-2011)
110. Danny Sandoval/UTL (2006)
111. Abraham Nunez/UTL (2006-2007)
112. Alex Gonzalez/UTL (2006)
113. Jose Hernandez/UTL (2006)
114. Joe Thurston/UTL (2006)
115. Russell Branyan/UTL (2007)
116. Eric Bruntlett/UTL (2008-2009)
117. Miguel Cairo/UTL (2009)
118. Wilson Valdez/UTL (2010-2011)
119. Juan Castro/UTL (2010)
120. Cody Ransom/UTL (2010)
121. Pete Orr/UTL (2011-2012)
122. Michael Martinez/UTL (2011-2012)
123. Mike Fontenot/UTL (2012)
124. Hector Luna/UTL (2012)
125. Randall Simon/PH (2006)
126. Pete LaForest/PH (2007)
127. Andy Tracy/PH (2008-2009)
128. Chris Snelling/PH (2008)
129. John Bowker/PH (2011)
130. Brandon Moss/PH (2011)
131. Jim Thome/PH (2012)
132. Jason Pridie/PH (2012)

Outfielders:
133. Pat Burrell/LF (2006-2008)
134. Raul Ibanez/LF (2009-2011)
135. Juan Pierre/LF (2012)
136. Darin Ruf/LF/1B (2012)
137. Aaron Roward/CF (2006-2007)
138. Shane Victorino/CF (2006-2012)
139. Bobby Abreu/RF (2006)
140. Jayson Werth/RF (2007-2010)
141. Geoff Jenkins/RF (2008)
142. Hunter Pence/RF (2011-2012)
143. David Dellucci/OF (2006)
144. Jeff Conine/OF (2006)
145. Chris Roberson/OF (2006-2007)
146. Michael Bourn/OF (2006-2007)
147. So Taguchi/OF (2008)
148. Matt Stairs/OF (2008-2009)
149. Greg Golson/OF (2008)
150. TJ Bohn/OF (2008)
151. Ben Francisco/OF (2009-2011)
152. John Mayberry Jr./OF (2009-2012)
153. Domonic Brown/OF (2010-2012)
154. Nate Schierholtz/OF (2012)
155. Laynce Nix/OF (2012)

Coaching Staff:
Charlie Manuel/Manager (2006-2012)
Gary Varsho/Bench (2006)
Jimy Williams/Bench (2007-2008)
Pete Mackanin/Bench (2009-2012)
Rich Dubee/Pitching (2006-2012)
Milt Thompson/Hitting (2006-2010)
Greg Gross/Hitting (2010-2012)
Marc Bombard/1st Base (2006)
Davey Lopez/1st Base (2007-2010)
Bill Dancy/3rd Base (2006)
Steve Smith/3rd Base (2007-2008)
Sam Perlozzo/3rd Base/1st Base (2009-2012)
Juan Samuel/3rd Base (2011-2012)
Ramon Henderson/BP (2006-2008)
Mick Bellmeyer/BP (2009-2012)

*Pat Gillick/GM (2006-2008)
*Ruben Amaro Jr./GM (2009-2012)

Friday, October 05, 2012

2012 Phillies Final MLB Ranks

The 2012 Philadelphia season is in the books.  Below you will find the MLB ranks for the offense, pitching, and defense.  It's not pretty...

Offense:
R - 684 (19th)
AVG - .255 (15th)
OBP - .317 (17th)
SLG - .400 (17th)
OPS - .716 (16th)
2B - 271 (16th)
3B - 28 (tied 19th)
HR - 158 (18th)
SB - 116 (11th)
SB% - 83% (1st)
BB - 454 (24th)
K - 1094 (27th)

Pitching:
W - 81 (tied 16th)
ERA - 3.83 (11th)
WHIP - 1.24 (5th)
BB - 409 (30th)
K - 1385 (2nd)
SV - 42 (tied 16th)
SV% - 69% (16th)
CG - 5 (tied 11th)
SHO - 11 (tied 9th)
QS - 99 (tied 2nd)
BAA - .251 (15th)
OPS - .713 (11th)
HR - 178 (9th)

Fielding:
E - 101 (tied 14th)
FPCT - .983 (15th)

This was a mediocre team.  The evidence is above.  Near the middle of the pack in nearly every statistical category, including wins. 

The Phillies pitching staff was once again the best at not walking batters in ratio to striking them out.  Free passes are not something the pitchers give up easily.

Notice the defense took a major turn for the worse.  Over that past 5 NL East championships the Phillies were the best fundamentally sound team defensively.

As much as people love Davy Lopes, is evident the Phillies still swipe bags at an amazingly high success rate.

Not enough "good at bats" on this team.  They hack with wreckless abandon, don't take walks, but do make contact...weak contact that unfortunately produces a lot of outs.

Thursday, October 04, 2012

WSBGMs Phinal Phantasy 6 Standings

WSBGMs fantasy baseball season concluded yesterday along with MLB's regular season.

Final Standings:
1. Steegles
2. SophiaPehawkins
3. Bowker's Bowels
4. furiousBall
5. Eastbound and Down
6. Jersey Micks
7. Jobu's Rum
8. SheLikesMySizemore
9. Inglorious Bastardos
10. bumpin' utleys
11. Coyote Utley
12. The Warriors
13. Shins-So-Cool
14. Harry Kalas Cialis

Congratulations to Steegles on the upset, and to all for a fun and entertaining season.  My squad, Bowker's Bowels, failed to secure me a 4th championship in 6 years, but I'll gladly take the 3rd place trophy and cash winnings.

WSBGMs fantasy football is in full swing and we will have a NCAA Bowl Pick 'Em coming up in December.

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

The End

May the Philadelphia Phillies 2012 season rest in peace.

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

BJ Rosenberg & The Bear

BJ Rosenberg gets the start tonight. He's quietly lowered his ERA by nearly cutting it in half from 13.09 (on September 1st) to 6.86, thanks to 7 consecutive scoreless appearances, spanning 10 innings.

Expect tonight to seem more like a Spring Training game rather than an October baseball. The Nationals have nothing left to play for and will likely rest their regulars the final two games of the season, along with giving their starting pitchers short outings. The Phillies on the other hand might continue trotting out Michael Martinez in the starting lineup due to a J-Roll injury and Manuel not caring. Obviously this is much watch television. Sorry New Girl.

Monday, October 01, 2012

Series Preview- Last One of 2012

Philadelphia Phillies (80-79) @ Washington Nationals (96-63)

Pitching Matchups:
Monday, 7:05- KK the Mediocre vs. Harry Wang
Tuesday, 7:05- Tyson Brummett vs. Gio "Was Phillies Property" Gonzalez
Wednesday, 1:05- UnluckLee vs. Not Stephen Strasburg

To Watch For:
*The Phillies to win 2 games to secure a 10th consecutive winning season.

*The fierce battle for team lead in RBI (J-Roll and Chooch tied with 68 apiece).

*Juan Pierre speeding towards 40 stolen bases (currently with 37).

*Chase Utley to hit career homerun #200 (sitting on 199).

*Tyson Brummett's MLB debut, taking the place of Tyler Cloyd (forearm tightness).  Brummett has bounced in and out of the rotation over his 6 minor league seasons and owns a 4.52 ERA/1.37 WHIP over 640.2 IP with a 26-47 record.  Needless to say, nothing to get your hopes up about here.

*A Beltway showdown for the 2012 The Howard title between Washington's Ian Desmond and Ryan Zimmerman and Baltimore's Mark Reynolds and Matt Wieters (tied with 3 apiece).