This is the third in a series of four articles regarding a power decline in baseball.
Previously I looked at corner infielders and outfielders. Compared to the performance enhancement era we have recently come through, clubs are now searching for guys to provide the long ball.
Pitching and defense as well as being able to hit the ball on the ground and bunt are becoming very important in roster construction.
Surprisingly, I think there is some real power potential among middle infielders, the subject of this article.
Please bear in mind that I am looking at power potential for middle infielders and not in comparison or relationship to outfielders or corner infielders. I am looking at a player’s power potential only in relation to other middle infielders and as a subset of an entire offensive roster. You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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