J.T. Realmuto Philadelphia Phillies

Age: 30 (March 18, 1991) | 6' 1" | 210lbs. | Bats: Right C-36 1B-6 DH-8 PH-5
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
MIA NL 2017 141 532 68 148 36 106 31 5 17 65 8 2 .278 .332 .451 6 18 .318 48/18/34 19 18
MIA A+ 2018 1 3 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1.00 1.00 2.33 25 0 1.00 n/a
MIA NL 2018 125 477 74 132 38 104 30 3 21 74 3 2 .277 .340 .484 7 20 .312 40/23/37 20 20
PHI NL 2019 145 538 92 148 41 123 36 3 25 83 9 1 .275 .328 .493 7 21 .309 39/23/38 23 23
PHI NL 2020 47 173 33 46 16 48 6 0 11 32 4 1 .266 .349 .491 8 25 .307 48/14/38 26 25
PHI NL 2021 12 37 4 12 2 9 4 0 1 6 1 0 .324 .375 .514 5 23 .407 64/21/14 2 2
Career 8yrs 744 2736 384 761 181 568 160 19 96 364 45 14 .278 .329 .456 6 19 .318 n/a
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You could win a bar bet with this one...... Last catcher before JT to have double figures in HRs and SBs in the same season.............Yadi Molina.
van wilhoite LVW
Sep 12 '16

Add a nice power surge, with 4 HR in his last 10 games...

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Sep 12 '16

Two hits to boost his batting average to .313, a stolen base to raise his SB total to 11.

Far from wearing out, he's batting .324 in the last two weeks.

Alex Patton Alex
Aug 14 '16

Btw highest single season BABIP by a Catcher(min 400 PA) is Jorge Posada 2007 .386

van wilhoite LVW
Jul 5 '16

Pretty amazing tear over the last few weeks ... in 14 games, 2 HR, 4 SBs, and a .439 BA.  After his slow start, he's definitely in overdrive and now only trails Ramos among NL catchers in 4x4.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Jul 5 '16
And on my local league team.
van wilhoite LVW
May 10 '16

Of course he's on my PCL team :-( (Loses HR due to passing Ozuna on the bases)

The Yahoo "Scoring Summary" says this ... 

J.T. Realmuto
 singled to deep left center, 
Marcell Ozuna
 scored. 
J.T. Realmuto
 out advancing on throw

It's always bugged me that every HR hit is to "deep whatever-field-it was-hit-to" ... so now I finally see a good use for the adjective "deep" :-)

Howard Lynch LynchMob
May 10 '16

Maybe this isn't the first time, just the first time I've noticed ... he's hitting leadoff! :-)

Looks like the pressure got to him ... caught stealing :-)

Howard Lynch LynchMob
May 5 '16

Comes in today .188/.204/.229 .225 BABIP 73/5/23 G/L/F 0.0% HR/Fly

2 singles, a double, and a HR in 4 PA later.......

.250/.264/.365 .279 BABIP 66/9/25 G/L/F 10.0% HR/Fly

van wilhoite LVW
Apr 25 '16

As you can see in the archives, I've been touting Realmuto for a couple years now.

I do think we could see double digit SBs along with 15 HR this year, and I spent $12 in CBS to find out.

In my home league, I FAABed him at $5 in 2014, which means he's up for extension this year.  I think I add a year to his contract ($10Y) with the idea that if he has a strong first half, I might be able to turn him into an overpriced Posey, or a Ramos or Cervelli sort plus some other shiny object.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Mar 8 '16