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11-16-2012, 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Sokil View Post
In this case, lets ignore for a second that Cabrera was way better with runners on than Trout (on average, regardless who had more opportunities total) RBIs still matter for a 'most valuable player' because if one keeps driving in runs, they are, in theory, more valuable to that team's success.

It's not Miguel's fault that he took advantage of the opportunities he was given.
but how is that something that gives him points over trout? How is it Trout's fault that he didn't have as many RBI opportunities as Cabrera?


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