Throughout this season, I have mentioned the importance of reviewing the data as much as you review the video. There has to be a balance of both because our eyes can deceive us whether we are staring at a spreadsheet of numbers or a spectrum of pixels on a video screen watching a player play on a daily basis.
Your statistical or visual bias can become even more clouded when it involves a player from your favorite team or one you watch and/or cover on a nightly basis. I know when it comes to Rays players, I am extra diligent while reviewing those players and will always reach out to other trusted sources to verify or to disprove things I see from my own research. I bring this up after seeing this tweet on Twitter on Tuesday.
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