Trot Times for June 19, 2013

Today is the 10th anniversary of Miguel Cabrera's Major League debut. What did he do that day? Not much, just hit a walkoff home run (it was his first big league hit). The trot? ~20.64 seconds. In the three-plus years of the Tater Trot Tracker, Cabrera's fastest timed trot was 20.93 seconds (hit this year).

Now on to the trots!


Home Run of the Day: Chris Davis #2, Baltimore Orioles – 24.48 seconds [video]
Twenty-six home runs for Davis already this year. Twenty-six. This one landed somewhere in Canda, I think.

Slowest Trot: Aramis Ramirez, Milwaukee Brewers – 25.74 seconds [video]
A. Ramirez beats out H. Ramirez for slowest trot of the day, with Hanley clocking in at 24.86 seconds.

Quickest Trot: Michael Young, Philadelphia Phillies – 17.95 seconds [video]
Young high-tailed it around the bases on the hit that gave him 1,000 career RBIs. His speed beats out Will Venable, who hustled to the tune of an 18.53 second trot.

 

All of Today's Trots

Aramis Ramirez.......25.74   Brian Dozier.........21.97
Hanley Ramirez.......24.86   Adam Lind............21.94
Chris Davis #2.......24.48   Desmond Jennings.....21.72
Chris Johnson........24.47   Ichiro Suzuki........21.39
Jesus Guzman.........24.39   Alejandro De Aza.....21.18
Chris Davis #1.......24.13   Taylor Teagarden.....20.99
Rickie Weeks.........23.57   Cody Ross............20.89
Lance Berkman........23.21*  Ian Desmond..........20.01
Michael Brantley #2..22.79   Chris Young..........19.53
Yadier Molina........22.75   Jay Bruce............19.35
Carlos Gonzalez......22.59   Yasiel Puig..........19.3
Justin Ruggiano......22.49*  Will Venable.........18.53
Michael Brantley #1..22.48   Michael Young........17.95
Justin Morneau.......22.33

Click here for the ongoing 2013 Tater Trot Tracker Leaderboard. You can also follow @TaterTrotTrkr on Twitter for more up-to-the-minute trot times.

Larry Granillo

About Larry Granillo

Larry Granillo has been writing Wezen Ball since 2008 and has dealt with such touchy topics as Charlie Brown's baseball stats and Ferris Bueller's day off. In 2010, he got the bright idea to time every home run trot in baseball; he has been missing ever since.

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