Nick Markakis Atlanta Braves

Age: 35 (November 17, 1983) | 6' 1" | 210lbs. | Bats: Left OF-160 LF-3 RF-158 DH-2
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
BAL AL 2006 147 491 72 143 43 72 25 2 16 62 2 0 .291 .351 .448 8 13 .314 n/a 14
BAL AL 2007 161 637 97 191 61 112 43 3 23 112 18 6 .300 .362 .485 9 16 .331 n/a 32 29
BAL AL 2008 157 595 106 182 99 113 48 1 20 87 10 7 .306 .406 .491 14 16 .350 n/a 27 27
BAL AL 2009 161 642 94 188 56 98 45 2 18 101 6 2 .293 .347 .453 8 14 .317 n/a 23 22
BAL AL 2010 160 629 79 187 73 93 45 3 12 60 7 2 .297 .370 .436 10 13 .331 n/a 20 20
BAL AL 2011 160 641 72 182 62 75 31 1 15 73 12 3 .284 .351 .406 9 10 .300 43/23/34 23 21
BAL AA 2012 3 10 4 3 2 2 1 0 2 4 0 0 .300 .417 1.00 17 17 .167 n/a
BAL AL 2012 104 420 59 125 42 51 28 3 13 54 1 1 .298 .363 .471 9 11 .310 42/27/31 16 15
BAL AL 2013 160 634 89 172 55 76 24 0 10 59 1 2 .271 .329 .356 8 11 .291 47/23/31 13 15
BAL AL 2014 155 642 81 177 62 84 27 1 14 50 4 2 .276 .342 .386 9 12 .299 46/20/34 18 19
ATL NL 2015 156 612 73 181 70 83 38 1 3 53 2 1 .296 .370 .376 10 12 .338 52/21/27 15 17
ATL NL 2016 158 599 67 161 71 101 38 0 13 89 0 2 .269 .346 .397 10 15 .300 43/22/35 16 16
ATL NL 2017 160 593 76 163 68 110 39 1 8 76 0 2 .275 .354 .384 10 16 .324 49/22/29 13 14
ATL NL 2018 162 623 78 185 72 80 43 2 14 93 1 1 .297 .366 .440 10 11 .318 43/27/30 23 23
ATL NL 2019 74 258 48 70 38 36 15 2 6 39 0 0 .271 .361 .415 13 12 .290 48/25/27 8 9
Career 14yrs 2075 8016 1091 2307 872 1184 489 22 185 1008 64 31 .288 .358 .424 10 13 .316 n/a
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Since peaking on May6th with slash = .331/.425/.512, he'd gone .186/.270/.275 in 115 PAs ... making me wonder ... he's done?  Well ... he's not done :-)   At least he wasn't yesterday, going 4-for-5 with an HR ... and hit another HR today!

Howard Lynch LynchMob

With five hits, good for five ribbies, last night, he's a good player to nominate early in drafts this weekend.

Then keep paying attention. He might come to you at a good price. People will be thinking Nick Markakis? Surely I can do batter than that.

Alex Patton Alex
Apr 5

A 2.6 WAR player with no qualifying offer can't get a better deal?

Yep - it's a new world.  Teams who are competing, and are willing to take on salary for a player with more  upside ... or teams who aren't competing, and see no value in spending real dollars while blocking development room for a younger player.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Jan 23

His and Asdrubal's signings are an indication that the older players have concluded that the market is not going to get any better this offseason.

John Thomas Roll2
Jan 23

Braves re-signed OF Nick Markakis to a one-year, $6 million contract.

Howard Lynch LynchMob
Jan 22

Hitter No. 44 in $5x5 (both leagues).

No Statcast averages at the MLB link, at least not in November.

I guess Nick will just have to content himself with an All-Star selection (his first), a Gold Glove (his third) and a Silver Bat (his first).

How is the Silver Bat determined? For surely someone in right field hit the ball harder, more often than he did? George Springer? Yasiel Puig? Bryce Harper?

Maybe not. Depends on how much weight you give to often.

Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '18
Fangraphs:   WAR 2.6    Bat 12   Field 1    Run -3   HR/FB 8%    Pull 32%    Hard 41%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '18