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**layson27**View PostWe found a player's (road) slugging and on base relative to the actual league numbers and then adjusted pitchers out and

We took road s-OPS+ (with pitchers) season by season, weighted by plate appearances and then factored pitchers out.

And I think the league OPS+ was more like .935 which would give us 166.4

There is a tiny percent we didn't account for and that is that he should have hit in YS on the road a fraction of the time, and there's your other point and a fraction.

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