The Book on Nolan ArenadoCOL



Graduated Prospect Info

Nolan Arenado / 3B, COL
Born 4/16/1991
Lake Forest, CA, USA

Height 6-1
Weight 205
Bats/Throws R/R
1557 | 4/30/2013


RAAAAAAMiLBMLB
203 890 516 66 486

Total professional at-bats: .


Nolan Arenado is no longer tracked as an eligible prospect in Scouting Book.

Final rookie-eligible season: 2013.


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4/30/2013




Batting Stats
Yr Age Lv Lg Tm G AB R H HR 3B 2B SB CS BB K BA OBP SLG OPS
2013 22 MLB NL Colorado COL 133 486 49 130 10 4 29 2 0 23 72 .267 .301 .405 .706
2013 22 AAA PCL Col. Springs COL 18 66 14 24 3 0 11 0 2 5 9 .364 .392 .667 1.059
2012 21 AA Texas Tulsa COL 134 516 55 147 12 1 36 0 2 39 58 .285 .337 .428 .766
2011 20 A+ Cal Modesto COL 134 517 82 154 20 3 32 2 1 47 53 .298 .349 .487 .836
2010 19 A Sally Asheville COL 92 373 45 115 12 1 41 1 3 19 52 .308 .338 .520 .858
2009 18 Rk Pioneer Casper COL 54 203 28 61 2 0 15 5 2 16 18 .300 .351 .404 .755



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News and Notes

4/27/2013 by KDaddy



After seeing his hot spring and hot start in AAA, the Rockies have apparently seen enough. Nolan Arenado will join the MLB ballclub later today, and should be in the everyday lineup immediately. If he can keep doing what he's been doing lately, he won't see the minors again.

3/27/2012 by KDaddy



Casey Blake, the veteran nominally blocking prospect Nolan Arenado, has been released by the Rockies following a poor and injury-hobbled spring. But don't jump too fast, Arenado fans: the Rockies have both Jordan Pacheco and Chris Nelson still in camp, and that's probably how they'll break, because Nolan himself didn't look ready for prime time yet, either.

3/22/2012 by KDaddy



Nolan Arenado's spring performance, one of the most disappointing of the season so far (.160/.192/.280) has pretty much punched his ticket to AA Tulsa, according to scouts. No surprise: even if he tears up the minors again, the Rocks are still smart to delay his arbitration clock. We shouldn't see him before June.

2/6/2012 by KDaddy



AFL MVP Nolan Arenado received his widely-expected spring-training invite from his Colorado owners this week. While he could open the season in the minors and wait for a June callup, the odds are fair-to-middlin' that he'll break camp with the Rockies, since the only real starter blocking his playing time is 38 year old Casey Blake.

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