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But the consensus does not gel with the very leaderboards that ranked them the No. 8 MLB offense in 2012, according to wRC+.
The disconnect between popular perception and the reality of their past and future production comes from two key sources: (1) Three especially cold months of run production in 2012 and (2) the under-appreciated pitcher’s haven, Tropicana Field.
Hey, nobody needs offensive help. You could always try to assemble a staff of five Greg Madduxes and six Mariano Riveras.
(1) Three especially cold months of run production in 2012
That's half the season.
The aught-three Dodgers were kind of like that - they reached 85 wins.
And the only money they've spent so far was 2 million for Loney, right?
The Rays had no one at 1B. The only guy who wasn't a free agent who made a start at 1B last year was Drew Sutton.
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