• Grappling with Grandersons fielding stats

    One of the constant story lines over the past months involve the Yankees future plans for Curtis Granderson in light of the teams self-imposed 2014 salary cap. After watching nearly every game Granderson has played this season, the mind keeps switching back and forth about his value to the Yankees. The twenty-seven homers are nice. The walk rate is above decent. His personality and attitude are first rate. But there are the strikeouts and then there are the fielding metrics. The strikeouts, if they come with an ISO of .262 and a wOBA of .367 are somewhat easy to swallow. But the fielding metrics? Hmm