The baseball season has just passed the season's quarter point. Generally, I try not to make too many decisions on dropping players that I thought were talented before the season started. This week, I am going to demonstrate how I dive deeper into a player's stat line to determine how much of a production change is talent, and how much is luck.
When I look at struggling players, I focus on batting average and home runs/power. Runs and RBI are both reliant upon getting on base and making consistent hard contact. Until a player solves his core hitting issues, he can't expect to just magically have more runs and RBI. A team doesn't move a struggling player to the cleanup spot.
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