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Zobrist does that at a ridiculously low price — he is in the final year of a four-year, $18 million contract, and the Rays can retain him on a $7 million option for 2014 and a $7.5 million option for ’15.
I'm sure he's one of the All-Time Great Z-name players
Looking at his war...and I must have missed where they fixed oWar and dWar where they now add up to war again...when did that happen?
After comparing another player that doesn't seem to be the case...weird that Zobrist oWar and dWar equal his war total(most seasons or very close), but not other players like Pujols.
I think that just means his positional adjustment is 0. He gets it from playing all over, but third baseman and center fielders are probably similar.
It's just weird to see how well it tracks. Of course I really wish they would get over that adjustment, I liked it better when oWar and dWar equaled War. I prefer to look at dWar and see how good his defense was relative to other players at his position, than to see a sum that constantly lists firstbaseman, no matter how good, at a very low or negative number.
Can't you just look at Rfield?
OK, the 68 Astros conversion is about 8.3 runs/win. 68 Dodgers about the same. 2000 Coors looks to be about 10.5
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