As April ends, we are still faced with many statistical oddities this season. No player has more than 128 plate appearances and no pitchers has faced more than 177 batters. In terms of sample size, that gives us
the strikeout rates and walk rates of some pitchers, but everything else is up in the air. As a result, many of these oddities comprise the engine that is fueling some of the more surprising and disappointing starts to the 2014 season.
There are 750 players in the major leagues, I would have given you 749 guesses and you still would not have guessed the current leader in batting average on balls in play.
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