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  • Originally posted by Sultan_1895-1948 View Post
    Speaking of that, how on earth can a guy like Rickey compete with other players on the list.

    Tell me if this is crazy. Take the value of a SB using that linear weights thingy and then multiplying his number of SB by it. Maybe incorporate that into TB which would impact SLGeff.
    Well it would be pretty easy to add in a player's baserunning runs to his batting runs. If a player has 400 batting runs and 50 baserunning runs, and he has a 140 OPS+, his OPS++baserunning would be (450/400 x 40) plus 100. 450/400 would show his baserunning adjusted runs above average in ratio to just hit batting runs above average. A 140 OPS+ is 40 points above average so the 40 gets multiplied by the ratio and then added to 100 (the average level).

    I would do that as an additional stat if you want it. Since I plan to use your projected OPS+ to adjust WAR or WAA up and down, I am doing it the other way around.

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    • Originally posted by brett View Post
      Well it would be pretty easy to add in a player's baserunning runs to his batting runs. If a player has 400 batting runs and 50 baserunning runs, and he has a 140 OPS+, his OPS++baserunning would be (450/400 x 40) plus 100. 450/400 would show his baserunning adjusted runs above average in ratio to just hit batting runs above average. A 140 OPS+ is 40 points above average so the 40 gets multiplied by the ratio and then added to 100 (the average level).

      I would do that as an additional stat if you want it. Since I plan to use your projected OPS+ to adjust WAR or WAA up and down, I am doing it the other way around.
      My fault for not being more clear.

      For sure, if we were looking to go a bit further and look at a players total contributions, base-running, and stolen bases would be part of that.

      Talking about just for SLGeff purposes here, I'm wondering if there's a way to add to the TB of some guys who, because of play style, have no shot at competing with the guys they got on base for. Of course, nor should they. It wasn't their role to slug, and it's probably just over-thinking and muddying the waters. Just wanted your opinion.

      This is sorted by career SB, the top 25. It's PA/SB, and in parenthesis is where they rank on the all-time SA list. N/A means outside the top 1000.

      Keep in mind too, a couple important rule changes along the way.

      1909 - If a runner is thrown out on an attempted double-steal, neither runner shall be credited with a stolen base.

      1920 - No stolen base is to be credited when the defense makes no attempt to get the runner out.

      Rickey --- 9.492 (738)
      Brock --- 11.982 (845)
      Hamilton - 8.323 (585)
      Cobb ---- 14.586 (75)
      Raines --- 12.820 (667)
      Coleman -- 7.938 (N/A)
      Latham -- 10.140 (N/A)
      ECollins ---16.253 (623)
      Wagner -- 16.248 (275)
      Morgan -- 16.442 (641)
      WWilson - 12.450 (N/A)
      TBrown -- 12.488 (N/A)
      BCampy - 14.830 (N/A)
      Lofton --- 14.847 (688)
      Nixon ---- 9.354 (N/A)
      GDavis -- 16.442 (918)
      Pierre --- 13.485 (N/A)
      Hoy ----- 14.068 (N/A)
      Wills ---- 14.174 (N/A)
      VHaltren -15.466 (746)
      OSmith -- 18.582 (N/A)
      Duffy ---- 13.660 (391)
      McPhee -- 16.600 (N/A)
      Butler ---- 17.105 (N/A)
      Last edited by Sultan_1895-1948; 05-31-2014, 05:46 PM.
      "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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      • Speaking of rule changes. Check a few of these out.

        The silliest one is the sac fly rule being toyed with back and forth. According to this website http://www.baseballlibrary.com/chronology/rules2.php

        This means that the only year of Dimaggio's career, where the sac fly rule was in place, was 1939; which also happens to be his highest BA year of his career.

        1909 - A bunt on a third strike is a strikeout. The catcher is credited with the putout.

        1912 - Earned runs are charged to a pitcher when a player scores by means of safe hits, sacrifice hits, bases on balls, hit batters, wild pitches, and balks.

        1917 - Earned runs are also charged to a pitcher when a player scores by means of a stolen base.

        1900 - No sac fly rule
        .
        .
        1908 - The sacrifice fly rule is adopted, exempting the batter from an at-bat when a run scores after a catch
        .
        .
        1926 - The sacrifice fly rule is amended to exempt a batter from an at-bat when a runner advances from first to second or second to third as well as on scoring
        .
        1931 - The sacrifice fly is eliminated
        .
        .
        1939 - A batter is credited with a sacrifice fly and not charged with a time at bat if he hits a fly ball that is caught and a runner scores on the catch. This rule lasted only a year
        .
        .
        1940 - A batter is no longer credited with a sacrifice fly
        .
        .
        1954 - A batter is credited with a sacrifice fly and not charged with a time at bat if he hits a fly ball and the runner scores on the catch
        Last edited by Sultan_1895-1948; 05-31-2014, 06:15 PM.
        "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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        • Originally posted by layson27 View Post
          Just to finish up on Cobb.
          His "estimated" road OBP% for 1905-1913 is .424. I plugged his estimated 1905-13 road SLG% & OBP into the OPS+ calculator @ http://wahoosonfirst.com/war-calcula...s/version-2-1/. That resulted in an estimated road OPS+ of 185- four points above actual.

          Combining his 1905-1913 estimated road OPS+ with his 1914-1928 expected/road predicted OPS+ of 165 results in a estimated road predicted career OPS+ of 173-five points above actual.
          Good work Layson, that certainly seems reasonable

          How bout this....

          Can you put your estimation skills to work on Speaker for 1909-1913? If you need anymore info let me know.

          1914
          Home .322/.396/.455
          Away .356/.449/.554

          1915
          Home .344/.439/.439
          Away .302/.392/.386

          1916
          Home .405/.492/.518
          Away .373/.455/.491
          Fenway .361/.465/.500

          1917
          Home .372/.452/.543
          Away .333/.416/.435
          Fenway .400/.455/.550

          1918
          Home .373/.473/.530
          Away .271/.338/.357
          Fenway .238/.289/.310

          1919
          Home .346/.449/.524
          Away .250/.340/.352
          Fenway .257/.366/.343

          1920
          Home .379/.483/.567
          Away .396/.483/.556
          Fenway .407/.543/.519

          1921
          Home .399/.482/.622
          Away .312/.380/.427
          Fenway .563/.667/.813

          1922
          Home .440/.536/.698
          Away .332/.430/.537
          Fenway .429/.500/.714

          1923
          Home .421/.500/.688
          Away .340/.443/.535
          Fenway .413/.491/.522

          1924
          Home .359/.452/.561
          Away .331/.415/.468
          Fenway .262/.367/.381

          1925
          Home .432/.521/.644
          Away .337/.426/.497
          Fenway .286/.286/.314

          1926
          Home .303/.406/.481
          Away .305/.409/.458
          Fenway .238/.360/.310

          1927
          Home .285/.346/.382
          Away .366/.439/.500
          Fenway 364/.400/.455

          1928
          Home .323/.349/.556
          Away .164/.243/.254
          Fenway .208/.269/.292
          "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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          • Originally posted by Sultan_1895-1948 View Post
            Good work Layson, that certainly seems reasonable

            How bout this....

            Can you put your estimation skills to work on Speaker for 1909-1913?
            I'll give it a shot. So ignore 1907 & 1908?

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            • Originally posted by layson27 View Post
              I'll give it a shot. So ignore 1907 & 1908?
              Up to you, they're barely partials.

              Do you need me to get PA, AB, or OPS+? Or all three? Lemme know. Wanna make it easier for ya.
              Last edited by Sultan_1895-1948; 05-31-2014, 07:50 PM.
              "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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              • Originally posted by Sultan_1895-1948 View Post
                Up to you, they're barely partials.
                I'm skipping 1907, so it will 1908-1913.

                Do you need me to get PA, AB, or OPS+? Or all three? Lemme know. Wanna make it easier for ya.
                I can get Speaker's stats from BBRef. For Cobb I used the league OBP & SLG under "more stats" because I was too lazy to get the league averages. If you want to get actual league averages for accuracy I will do the math.

                Incidentally, I forgot to use expected/road predicted averages for Cobb' 1905-1913 seasons so it would be good to "start over" using all the proper numbers. I already have Speaker's estimated 1908-1913 numbers, so that part is done.

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                • Originally posted by layson27 View Post
                  I'm skipping 1907, so it will 1908-1913.


                  I can get Speaker's stats from BBRef. For Cobb I used the league OBP & SLG under "more stats" because I was too lazy to get the league averages. If you want to get actual league averages for accuracy I will do the math.

                  Incidentally, I forgot to use expected/road predicted averages for Cobb' 1905-1913 seasons so it would be good to "start over" using all the proper numbers. I already have Speaker's estimated 1908-1913 numbers, so that part is done.
                  Ok, I posted everything I have in post #228 as an image. I would post the excel file but you said you don't have it? Oh nevermind, forgot we're looking before 1914. Ok I'll get 'em.
                  "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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                  • Here ya go

                    1905-1913.jpg
                    Last edited by Sultan_1895-1948; 05-31-2014, 08:36 PM.
                    "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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                    • Code:
                      Ty Cobb 1905-1913
                      
                      OBP: .420					SLG: .515
                      Estimated road OBP: .420 + .91% = .424		Estimated road SLG: .515 + 1.18%= .521  
                      Est. Expected OBP: .4325			Est. Expected SLG: .5315 
                      League OBP: .3117				League SLG: .3232
                      Est. EXP REL OBP: 1.388			        Est. EXP REL SLG: 1.6440
                      
                      League OPS+: 94.11
                      Est EXP OPS+: 191
                      Actual OPS+ 181
                      All things considered, this might be a little inflated, but keep in mind Cobb's OPS+ from 1907-1913 was 189. When I put Cobb's est. expected numbers from 1905-1913 into the OPS+ calculator, it resulted in a 190 OPS+. So maybe it isn't that inflated...

                      Will do Speaker tomorrow.

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                      • Originally posted by layson27 View Post
                        Code:
                        Ty Cobb 1905-1913
                        
                        OBP: .420					SLG: .515
                        Estimated road OBP: .420 + .91% = .424		Estimated road SLG: .515 + 1.18%= .521  
                        Est. Expected OBP: .4325			Est. Expected SLG: .5315 
                        League OBP: .3117				League SLG: .3232
                        Est. EXP REL OBP: 1.388			        Est. EXP REL SLG: 1.6440
                        
                        League OPS+: 94.11
                        Est EXP OPS+: 191
                        Actual OPS+ 181
                        All things considered, this might be a little inflated, but keep in mind Cobb's OPS+ from 1907-1913 was 189. When I put Cobb's est. expected numbers from 1905-1913 into the OPS+ calculator, it resulted in a 190 OPS+. So maybe it isn't that inflated...

                        Will do Speaker tomorrow.
                        Thanks Layson. Dang, Brett wasn't too far off, talking about Cobb dominating on the Williams level I guess. Interesting.
                        "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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                        • Just did Henderson. He comes in one point behind Walker and a couple points ahead of Griffey and Morgan.

                          A couple things.

                          Henderson slugged .419. He was a .435 slugger through age 37. By holding on much longer, he lowered his slugging 16 points AND declined through an extremely offensive era. Both of which, kill his relative SA, only 1.077. Still, his away SA was 28 points higher than home, making his expected SA .4406. Everything looks good, until you factor in the boppers in the league (leadoff hitter vs boppers is fair?), league SA of .409 is higher than everyone so far, except Piazza, Griffey, and Boggs.

                          His OBP makes a nice comeback with his expected being higher than everyone except who you'd expect. Say that ten times

                          By the way. Anyone notice Goslin?

                          Something with that guy and Washington. It killed his stats for 8 full seasons; he goes to play in Sportsman for a few years and he puts up huge home numbers. Then he leaves and goes back to Griffith for a year. Then to Detroit, and then back to Washington to finish up. Weird. Without that stint in St Louis, his splits would be even more extreme.

                          But think about if this guy had been a Yankee. Perhaps he'd be talked about more than...well, never, like he is now. He put up his second highest career SA (by far).555 in YS, with the first being Sportsman.

                          Code:
                                                                                                                                                         
                                                  HOME     AWAY   .(AWAY * 1.02)        .(EXP SA / LG SA)        .HOME   AWAY   .(AWAY * 1.02)            .(EXP OBP / LG OBP)            .(ACTUAL OPS+)   
                                          .SA       SA       SA     EXP OVR SA   LG SA   ADJ REL SA    OBP   .OBP    OBP    EXP OVR OBP    LG OBP     ADJ REL OBP    LG OPS+    ROAD REL OPS+
                          Code:
                           
                          Ruth           .690     .698     .682     .6956    .3809     1.826    .474   .483   .466     .4753       .3418       1.390       94.00      208.3 (206)
                          
                          TWilliams      .634     .652     .615	  .6273    .3825     1.640    .482   .496   .467     .4763       .3367       1.414       93.57      192.1 (190)   
                          
                          Gehrig         .632     .620     .644     .6568    .4038     1.626    .447   .436   .458     .4671       .3516       1.328       93.76      183.2 (179)  
                          
                          BaBonds        .607     .618     .597     .6089    .4040     1.507    .444   .449   .440     .4488       .3281       1.367       93.95      176.0 (182)
                          
                          Hornsby	       .577     .589	 .565	  .5763    .3847     1.498    .434   .437   .431     .4396       .3358       1.309       93.73      169.3 (175)
                          
                          JDiMaggio      .579     .546 	 .610     .6222    .3912     1.590    .398   .391   .405     .4131       .3462       1.193       93.46      166.6 (155)
                          
                          Mantle	       .557     .569	 .545	  .5559    .3774     1.472    .420   .428   .413     .4212       .3229       1.304       93.38      165.8 (172)
                          
                          Cobb('14-'28)  .512     .503	 .516	  .5263    .3714     1.417    .441   .437   .445     .4539       .3404       1.333       94.06      164.6 (168)
                          
                          MRamirez       .585     .591     .580    .5916     .4257     1.389    .411   .413   .409     .4171       .3372       1.236       99.26      161.2 (154)
                          
                          McGwire        .588     .591     .586     .5977    .4129     1.447    .394   .402   .386     .3937       .3347       1.176       98.37      159.6 (163)
                          
                          Musial	       .559     .582	 .537	  .5477    .3853     1.421    .417   .427   .407     .4151       .3285       1.263       93.13      156.8 (159)
                          
                          Mays	       .557     .567	 .549	  .5599    .3835     1.459    .384   .387   .382     .3896       .3199       1.217       92.90      155.7 (156)
                          
                          Aaron	       .555     .557	 .552	  .5630    .3817     1.474    .374   .379   .369     .3763       .3199       1.176       93.56      154.3 (155)
                          
                          Foxx           .609     .663	 .561	  .5722    .3976     1.439    .429   .453   .405     .4131       .3485       1.185       93.60      152.0 (163)
                          
                          Piazza	       .545     .515	 .572	  .5834    .4138     1.409    .377   .364   .388     .3957       .3320       1.191       94.50      151.2 (143)
                          
                          Ott	       .533     .558	 .510	  .5202    .3820     1.361    .415   .422   .408     .4161       .3349       1.242       93.45      149.8 (155)
                          
                          EMathews       .509     .488	 .529	  .5395    .3872     1.393    .376   .370   .382     .3896       .3196       1.219       92.88      149.7 (143)
                          
                          FThomas        .555     .599     .511     .5212    .4231     1.231    .419   .424   .414     .4222       .3376       1.250       99.89      147.9 (156)
                          
                          FRobinson      .537     .573	 .504	  .5140    .3778     1.360    .389   .403   .376     .3835       .3179       1.206       94.19      147.5 (154)
                          
                          Schmidt	       .527     .540	 .515	  .5253    .3741     1.404    .380   .393   .368     .3753       .3207       1.170       93.61      147.3 (147)
                          
                          ARodriguez     .558     .575     .542     .5528    .4261     1.297    .384   .389   .379     .3865       .3360       1.150       99.90      144.5 (143)
                          
                          Bagwell        .540     .560     .521     .5314    .4096     1.297    .408   .417   .398     .4059       .3305       1.228       94.13      143.5 (149)
                          
                          Greenberg      .605     .681	 .529	  .5395    .3974     1.357    .412   .440   .382     .3896       .3459       1.126       93.46      138.6 (158)
                          
                          Snider         .540     .569     .511     .5212    .3934     1.324    .380   .390   .369     .3763       .3266       1.152       92.88      137.0 (140)
                          
                          JRobinson      .474     .491     .456     .4651    .3953     1.176    .409   .410   .408     .4161       .3314       1.255       93.10      133.2 (132)  
                          
                          Goslin         .500     .484	 .514	  .5242    .4035     1.299    .387   .388   .386     .3937       .3516       1.119       93.88      133.1 (128)
                          
                          Brett          .487     .506     .469     .4783    .3931     1.216    .369   .383   .356     .3631       .3278       1.107       100.0      132.3 (135)
                          
                          LWalker        .565     .637	 .495	  .5049    .4054     1.245    .400   .431   .370     .3774       .3288       1.147       94.11      131.0 (141)
                          
                          RHenderson     .419     .404     .432     .4406    .4090     1.077    .401   .398   .404     .4120       .3322       1.240       98.88      130.2 (127)
                          
                          Simmons        .535     .560     .511     .5212    .3972     1.312    .380   .397   .364     .3712       .3470       1.069       93.70      129.3 (133)
                          
                          Griffey Jr     .538     .573	 .505	  .5151    .4177     1.233    .370   .385   .355     .3621       .3352       1.080       97.70      128.2 (136)
                          
                          Morgan         .427     .434     .420     .4284    .3729     1.148    .392   .405   .380     .3876       .3183       1.217       93.59      127.7 (132)
                          
                          Bench          .476     .486     .466     .4753    .3711     1.280    .342   .348   .335     .3417       .3198       1.068       93.47      125.9 (126)
                          
                          Clemente       .475     .488     .463     .4722    .3828     1.233    .359   .372   .347     .3539       .3181       1.112       92.88      124.9 (130)
                          
                          Yastrzemski    .462     .503     .422     .4304    .3783     1.137    .379   .402   .357     .3641       .3200       1.137       96.34      122.7 (130)
                          
                          Berra          .482     .505     .461     .4702    .3816     1.232    .348   .354   .341     .3478       .3321       1.047       93.57      119.6 (125)
                          
                          Boggs	       .443     .491	 .395     .4029    .4108     .9807    .415   .443   .387     .3947       .3338       1.182       99.94      116.2 (131)
                          
                          Carter         .439     .447     .430     .4389    .3745     1.171    .335   .348   .322     .3284       .3204       1.024       93.73      112.0 (115) 
                          
                          IRodriguez     .464     .482     .447     .4559    .4219     1.080    .334   .345   .322     .3284       .3364       0.976       99.23      104.7 (106)
                          Road Rel OPS+

                          (ADJ REL SA + ADJ REL OBP) - 1) *( LEAGUE OPS+) * 100
                          Last edited by Sultan_1895-1948; 06-01-2014, 02:37 PM.
                          "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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                          • Originally posted by layson27 View Post
                            Almost hate to say it, but it will probably be McGwire & Manny R.


                            Pujols through 2013 has an EXP. OPS+ of 165, matching his actual OPS+. I guess it makes sense since his home parks are basically neutral.
                            Bingo! You nailed it. Ramirez and Mac are back to back, right behind Cobb with a 161.2 and 159.6 respectively. Manny's OPS+ went up seven points, Mac dropped a few.
                            Last edited by Sultan_1895-1948; 06-01-2014, 02:33 PM.
                            "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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                            • Bet nobody saw this one comin'

                              Code:
                                                                                                                                                             
                                                      HOME     AWAY   .(AWAY * 1.02)        .(EXP SA / LG SA)        .HOME   AWAY   .(AWAY * 1.02)            .(EXP OBP / LG OBP)            .(ACTUAL OPS+)   
                                              .SA       SA       SA     EXP OVR SA   LG SA   ADJ REL SA    OBP   .OBP    OBP    EXP OVR OBP    LG OBP     ADJ REL OBP    LG OPS+    ROAD REL OPS+
                              Code:
                              Greenberg      .605     .681	 .529	  .5395    .3974     1.357    .412   .440   .382     .3896       .3459       1.126       93.46      138.6 (158)
                              
                              McGriff        .509     .508     .510     .5202    .4095     1.270    .377   .377   .376     .3835       .3313       1.157       97.00      138.4 (134)
                              
                              Snider         .540     .569     .511     .5212    .3934     1.324    .380   .390   .369     .3763       .3266       1.152       92.88      137.0 (140)
                              "By common consent, Ruth was the hardest hitter of history; a fine fielder, if not a finished one; an inspired base runner, seeming to do the right thing without thinking. He had the most perfect co-ordination of any human animal I ever knew." - Hugh Fullerton, 1936 (Chicago sports writer, 1893-1930's)

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                              • Code:
                                Tris Speaker 1908-1913
                                
                                OBP: 413					SLG: .494
                                Estimated road OBP: .413-4.61%= .394		Estimated road SLG:  .494-7.94%= .455
                                Est. Expected OBP: .4018			Est. Expected SLG:  .4639
                                League OBP: .3168				League SLG: .3280
                                Est. EXP REL OBP: 1.268			        Est. EXP REL SLG: 1.414
                                
                                		          League OPS+: 93.83
                                		          Est EXP OPS+: 158
                                		          Actual OPS+: 167

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