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“The two teams showed why Kentwood is known as a hitter's park -- five players smacked home runs:”
“In two complex formulas used by baseball stats-obsessives for measuring a hitter's prowess, Mr. Vecsey notes, Stan the Man ranked behind only Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb in one, and behind Cobb and Hank Aaron in the other.”
“It measures the percentage of a hitter's at-bats that end with what a scout classifies as a well-hit ball.”
“If your strengths are the hitter's strengths, let the best man win.”
“The one thing Hernandez wants to work on in the bullpen, he said, was his inside fastball to left-handers, the one he throws at the hitter's front hip that backs up over the corner.”
“Isolated power, or ISO, is an advanced metric that measures a hitter's raw power in terms of extra bases per at-bat.”
“OPS is arguably the best measure of a hitter's productivity, and Duda's eclipses those of both David Wright and Jason Bay.”
“By the time he takes the mound, he knows each hitter's tendencies in particular counts.”
“It turned out, for example, that on-base percentages were more important than batting averages as an indicator of a hitter's effectiveness because a walk can also get a player on base.”
“But Girardi took the bat out of his hottest hitter's hands and had him lay down a sacrifice bunt to move the runners over.”
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