Bret Boone had a few monster seasons and an otherwise pedestrian career.
2001: .331/.372/.578, 153 OPS+, 37 home runs, 77 extra base hits, 141...
Luke Appling. Career line of .310/.399/.398 and a 113 OPS+ (for reference, Ripken had a 112 OPS+ and Jeter's was 115) with 10254 PA as a...
he's seen his strikeout rate dip, but he's barely walking anyone this year.
He had a power slump to start the season (slugged only .374 through his first 25 games despite a .333 BA, only 4 doubles), but he's hitting...
And besides, he only finished in the top 10 in IP 6 six times. That's not to say his longevity wasn't impressive.
get off his lawn
Which means little when they're selecting starters.
also, enjoy the impending regression
Jose Ramirez is having a much better year and actually has a track record of playing at an All-Star caliber level.
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