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08-11-2011, 06:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Yoshimitsu View Post
Simply citing batting average with runners in scoring position has very little value, by the way. It completely ignores half of the equation, which is getting on base so that you can be driven in. When you factor in both, Victorino has been responsible for many more runs than Howard, and it really isn't close.

Howard has driven in more runs because of where he bats in the lineup. That's it.
Or can we say that Howard bats where he does because of the runs he bats in?

... I'm just sayin'.

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