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2013 MLB Regular Season Wrapup Discussion Thread

Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Dom Brown in becoming a damn good player

He has to because he was halfway from being classified as a bust.

Sub-.300 OBP = damn good in Philly.
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Dom Brown in becoming a damn good player

He has to because he was halfway from being classified as a bust.

Sub-.300 OBP = damn good in Philly.

Cole Hamels is good too
http://mlb.mlb.com/stats/sortable.jsp?c_id=mlb&tcid=mm_mlb_stats#elem=[object+Object]&tab_level=child&click_text=Sortable+Player+hitting&game_type=%27R%27&season=2013&season_type=ANY&league_code=%27NL%27&sectionType=sp&statType=hitting&page=1&ts=1369691175082&position=&sortColumn=obp&sortOrder=%27desc%27&extended=0


every now and then i like to look up stats, OBP is one I find significant. i expected to see votto at the top, and the gap between his BA and OBP is not a surprise but what the hell shin soo choo?


wow, so i looked through all the stats again. he has been hit 13 times starling marte has been hit 10 times, willingham 7, and casillo/fielder 6.

11 teams have been hit 13 times or less. the reds have been hit 22 times. the pirates have the most with 27 times.
[ Edited by jdt84_2 on May 27, 2013 at 3:11 PM ]
Choo finished top 20 in OBP in three of the last four years (6th in 2010 when he was only hit 11 times )
Originally posted by LisaTwelve:
Choo finished top 20 in OBP in three of the last four years (6th in 2010 when he was only hit 11 times )

It wasn't the OBP that made me go wow. It was the 152 point difference.
Seems like the Nats offense struggles when Harper is not in the lineup; pretty telling when facing a high ERA pitcher.
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Dom Brown in becoming a damn good player

He has to because he was halfway from being classified as a bust.

Sub-.300 OBP = damn good in Philly.

What Brown's splits? Reason I ask is Philly's tiny ass park makes anyone look good. See Rowand...
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Dom Brown in becoming a damn good player

He has to because he was halfway from being classified as a bust.

Sub-.300 OBP = damn good in Philly.

What Brown's splits? Reason I ask is Philly's tiny ass park makes anyone look good. See Rowand...

This link should help, Rubber

http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/8644/splits;_ylt=AuGPAO6BSdfTgGgTkna1jdeFCLcF
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Dom Brown in becoming a damn good player

He has to because he was halfway from being classified as a bust.

Sub-.300 OBP = damn good in Philly.

still on pace for 30 HRs his first full season

"becoming" was the key word
Originally posted by jrg:

Polly getting dizzy!
Only bright spots for the Phils this year have been Lee,Brown and Papelbon

Lee should be a good trade piece at the deadline...possibly the same for Pap
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Only bright spots for the Phils this year have been Lee,Brown and Papelbon

Lee should be a good trade piece at the deadline...possibly the same for Pap

$100
Originally posted by Knowledge:
Only bright spots for the Phils this year have been Lee,Brown and Papelbon

Lee should be a good trade piece at the deadline...possibly the same for Pap

That says a lot about Howard and Utley.