Softball Statistics Card



Proper Name: Dr. Joel David Green
Born: 1978
New York, NY
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190 lbs.
Age: 39

Bats: Right
Throws: Right
Pos: OF/2B
Experience: 17 years
2015 Salary: Way better than 2014!
College: Cornell University

June 28, 2006: CURRENTLY ON THE DL WITH A BROKEN WRIST (obtained Hideki Matsui style on an attempted outfield catch)

Update: Surgery performed on July 3rd to insert a metal plate; stitches out July 17th; rehab begins July 19th; bone healed/no more splint as of August 15th

Update: June 28, 2007: A year on, the wrist is stronger than ever.

Joel Green Softball Statistics
SeasonTeam G AB H 1B 2B 3B HR BB K RBI R SF SLG AVG OBP
2001Maxwell's Demons7221313000-0441.591.591----
2002Maxwell's Demons13432926300-011170.744.674----
2003Maxwell's Demons13342018200-11081.647.588----
2004Uncivil Engineers8301918100-07131.667.633----
2005Uncivil Engineers9251210110-0580.600.480----
2006 Engineers373201010130.714.429.500
2007---Freud's Mom---9281814400-0980.786.643----
2007---Uncivil Engineers---133219142121012100.906.594.606
2007Combined Total226037286121021180.850.617.623
2008---Freud's Mom---8201312010-0770.750.650----
2008---Quantum Fielders---113625213012112130.861.694.711
2008Combined Total195638333112119200.821.679.690
2009---Ultra Deep Fielders (spring)---675500010841.714.714.750
2009---Freud's Mom---1444000-02101.0001.000----
2009---Ultra Deep Fielders (fall)---254400001020.800.800.800
2009Combined Total9161313000111071.813.813.823
2010---Ultra Deep Fielders (spring)---4103300010410.300.300.364
2010---Freud's Mom/Quantum Fielders---2754100-0220.857.714----
2010---Ultra Deep Fielders (summer)---494400000410.444.444.444
2010Combined Total10261211100101040.500.462.481
2011---Ultra Deep Fielders (spring)---493210000100.444.333.333
2011---Ultra Deep Fielders (fall)---4126510011650.583.500.538
2011---Happy Scrappy ---4117700001530.636.636.636
2011Combined Total12321614200121280.563.500.515
2012 Ultra Deep Fielders 373300000110.429.429.429
2013 Ultra Deep Fielders 253300000100.600.600.600
2014 Ultra Deep Fielders 362200000110.333.333.333
2015 Space PandAs 519128130----6901.000.632---
2016 Space PandAs 518117400----740.833.611---
2017 Space PandAs 417137510----7901.176.765---
TOTALCareer 1474232562162983741311344.733.605.612


Batting

Green has an impatient eye at the plate, and is likely to swing at the first low pitch anywhere near the plate. He is a striking lowball hitter, often lofting flyballs into right or right-center field, although he is capable of spraying groundballs all over the field. His power is developing substantially, although he remains for the most part a high average singles hitter. With the new addition of the walk rules, his patience at the plate may be sorely tested. although he has managed one walk each year. His speed on the bases is average, and his baserunning instincts are still developing.

Defense

Green has shown that Priority One is "Avoid taking the softball in the chest." Priority Two is "Catch the ball." This tendency makes Green a natural outfielder, albeit one who should avoid slippery grass in the future. He can cover significant ground in the outfield but is sorely out of practice at actually catching the ball. He needs to work on throws to first base.

2008 Outlook

Green made it through 2007 without shattering any wrists! Yay. He also hit his first pair of homeruns, set career highs in slugging percentage, extra-base hits, doubles, singles, RBI, runs, games, plate appearances, hits, and just generally had a long and productive year, splitting time between two different teams (and two different leagues). He hopes to continue the momentum next season! He has signed a three year deal with Texas for the 2009-2011 seasons.

2009 Outlook

Green followed up his record setting 2007 with an exciting concluding season in Rochester, setting new career highs in hits, singles, walks, runs, batting average, on-base percentage, and also managed his first strikeout since 2003. Well. It remains to be seen if the trade to the warm climes of Texas will adversely affect his hitting skills, and is now a proud co-manager of the Ultra Deep Fielders of the Astronomy Department at the University of Texas at Austin. The second season ran in October and November, and he got more (limited) playing time! He also dropped in for a guest appearance with Freud's Mom in the Rochester Summer League, which will end up a significant fraction of his total at-bats.

2010 Outlook

Green began the spring season once again as co-captain of the Ultra Deep Fielders. He did not achieve his first extra-base hit with that team! However he did put up some decent stats before having a poor summer session, broken up by a fantastic pair of visitor games with Freud's Mom and the Quantum Fielders of Rochester.

2011 Outlook

Green had a decent spring season with the Ultra Deep Fielders, including his first extra-base hit! In addition he put in a cameo appearance (no at-bats) with Freud's Mom of Rochester. He has signed a 2-year extension with Texas, and now awaits the Fall League.

2012 Outlook

Green turned on the offense in 2011 but fell short defensively, playing on both the Ultra Deep Fielders and the newly formed Happy Scrappy team, facing stiffer competition than in previous years. He hopes to strike out again in 2012, having gained an extra incentive year on his contract.

2013-14 Outlook

Green slumped in 2012-2014 offensively, but continued solid overall play after signing a 2 year extension with the UDF.

2015-17 Outlook

Green joins a new team, signing with Baltimore (Space PandAs) for a long-term contract! Additionally, the league has allowed his power and consistent contact to return, tearing up the field with his first triple since 2008!


Other softball pages:

Aaron's Softball Page

Alex's Softball Page

Jeff's Softball Page

Natalie's Softball Page

Kevin's Softball Page



Joel Green Kickball Statistics
SeasonTeam G AB H 1B 2B 3B HR RBI R SF SLG AVG
2008BCS Kickball12220000201.0001.000


How's Joel doing in his fantasy baseball leagues as alter ego team "the Manhattan Barbarians"?


2011 Season

Answer: Turning over a new leaf, the Barbrians joined the ESPN league in the Texas department, where as of July they are in 5th out of 18 teams! The Beer League is a disaster once again, though.

2010 Season

Answer: It was a truly horrific season for the Barbarians (I believe we finished dead last and 2nd to dead last), so much so that I stopped keeping track... in both leagues.

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2010"

Kevin Dieter's "Puritanical Puppets"

See the links below for detailed week-to-week splits on the Barbarians' progress toward dominance:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2010"

Kevin Dieter's "Puritanical Puppets"


2009 Season

Answer: In the Beer League, the Barbarians completely collapsed into 11th place after losing the first round of the consolation bracket, with the 9th best regular season finish.

In the Puppet League, the Barbarians pushed their way to the championship round, where they were soundly trounced, to a 2nd place finish (although they had the best regular season record!).

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2009"

Kevin Dieter's "Puritanical Puppets"

See the links below for detailed week-to-week splits on the Barbarians' progress toward dominance:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2009"

Kevin Dieter's "Puritanical Puppets"


2008 Season

Answer: After a first-round playoff drubbing, the Barbarians rallied gamely to finish the season in 5th place.

The Final Standings:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2008"

See the links below for detailed week-to-week splits on the Barbarians' progress toward dominance:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2008"


2007 Season

Answer: Ladies and gentlemen, your Consolation Bracket Champions, the Manhattan Barbarians! (7th place)

The Final Standings:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2007"

See the links below for detailed week-to-week splits on the Barbarians' progress toward dominance:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2007"


2006 Season

Answer: Having lost championship rounds in BOTH leagues... two 2nd place finishes. We weep for the tragedy.

The Final Standings:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2006"

Josh Hamblen's "Bush League Psyche-Out Stuff"

See the links below for detailed week-to-week splits on the Barbarians' progress toward dominance:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2006"

Josh Hamblen's "Bush League Psyche-Out Stuff"


2005 Season

Answer: I took home the gold in Jason's league! Ehhh... not so much in Josh's.

The Final Standings:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2005"

Josh Hamblen's "When's Football?"

See the links below for detailed week-to-week splits on the Barbarians' progress toward dominance:

Jason Nordhaus' "BeerBabesBaseball2005"

Josh Hamblen's "When's Football?"


2004 Season

Answer: I managed the best record in Eric's league, before being stomped by said Eric in the final round of the playoffs, for a 2nd place finish. In Scott's league... um, 7th out of 9. It was an unusual league, scoring-wise.

The Final Standings:

Eric Page's "B&L Freaks and Friends"
Scott Cioffari's "Luxury Tax Smashers"


2003 Season

Answer: I managed a meager 8th place finish (out of 12) in Eric's league. My experience was still building...

The Final Standings:

Eric Page's "Return of Les Expos"


2002 Season

Answer: I think I only played in a "stock market" style league this year and the results are unrecorded. I don't think I did that well.


2001 Season

Answer: A solid record and a massive playoff surge propelled the Manhattan AGN (early form of the team) to 2nd place out of 12!

The Final Standings:

Scott Cioffari's "The Disgruntled Slugger"

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