Discussion in 'MLB Baseball Forum' started by PolarVortex, Jul 12, 2018 at 8:12 AM.
Like your Moms ass....
Until scoring runs becomes bad in baseball, its a great stat, its no coincidence that all the best hitters in the game typically lead the league in RBIs'
Joe Carter > Mickey Mantle
More 100 RBI seasons!
Im sure there are outliers to every single stat that exists in baseball, even the more current analytical measures
When Rajai Davis and Devin Mesorasco start ranking in the Top 10 in RBI's, Ill reconsider, but right now year in and year out Im seeing some of the best hitters in the game driving in the most runs, just dont buy thats because of "other" players being on base.....The good ones drive them in, the bad ones simply dont
and Arbys means RB's or Roast Beef.
carter never had an OPS over .849.
i always considered him a one swing pony. that HR. infamous.
outside of that he was a .771 OPS guy who drove in runs.
I would love to have seen Carter put up Mantle's stats playing hungover or high every game.
my latest bible.
next up, fluid mechanics.
did you see this? Scientists trace the origin of high-energy cosmic radiation
thats the ghost particle right?
yeah. Not the Higgs. something different.
I've never been a fan of the RISP definition. It should be ROB (runner on base). Many times a double scores a runner on first. That counts as an RBI, but is not counted is a hit with RISP.
I like to say Rs B'ed I.
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