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Ross was especially effective in 2012 at home and against left-handed pitching. He finished the season hitting .267 with an .807 OPS and 22 home runs in 130 games, but totaled a .298 average with a .921 OPS at Fenway Park, while managing a .295 average with 1.010 OPS vs. lefty pitching.
Folks seem to get surprisingly worked up about Ross sometimes. He is what he's been since he came into the majors -- a top 4th OF or a below-average but adequate starter. He's the player everybody in baseball seems to think Francoeur is. It's true that he's probably not long for this baseball world but no reason not to think he'd got another couple of Reed Johnson seasons in him.
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