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Cabrera dodsn't have to make up a WAR "gap"; Trout has to make up a gap in offense.
No one's buying the ca. 12% park adjustment
On the question of whether my future selections will be swayed by numbers or narratives, my riposte is a bald-faced equivocation: It depends. In some years, I will probably agree with the sabermetric orthodoxy. In other cases, I won’t.
Hate to imagine what BBTF would've done in 1996 for Gonzalez over A-Rod
MT home: 976 OPS
MT road: 951 OPS
MC home: 1094 OPS
MC road: 913 OPS
Which of these guys "hit far better at home" than he did on the road? Which of these guys hit better on the road when compared to the other? Which of these guys benefits most if we ignore park effects?
Not responsive. Cabrera isn't the guy asking for a 12% welfare check.
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