Make that .353 .432 .743 1.175 in 192 PAInvincibleCakeEater wrote:Yordan Alvarez is hitting .350 .428 .712 1.140 in 187 PA. He's 22.
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Just a brutal season for the Pirates.CardsofSTL wrote:yikesInvincibleCakeEater wrote:
This reminds me of a joke. A doctor tells a woman who's just delivered by Caesarean section that he has bad news and worse news.
"What's the bad news?"
"You just gave birth to an ear."
"Oh my God! What could be worse than that?"
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Question: DeJong has a higher OPS than Wong, but Wong has a higher OPS+. OPS+ isn't position-dependent is it? Has Wong had more PAs in tougher parks, or something?
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I think OBP carries more weight in OPS+.heyzeus wrote:Question: DeJong has a higher OPS than Wong, but Wong has a higher OPS+. OPS+ isn't position-dependent is it? Has Wong had more PAs in tougher parks, or something?