HR's seem to be the key, this post season. 21 of them in yesterday's games alone, which is a record. There seems to be a lot of HR's hit this post season,
Thanks for your analysis. Here's mine. The problem with the offense was not a decline in HR hitting. They actually continued to hit HRs right through
I think their line of thinking was to convert Price into a LH RP with Cecil out of action. Pretty sure they made that decision when they were down 2-0.
Wow! I'm impressed that we could agree on so many points and only had one area of disagreement.
Thanks for the reply.
Prior to that he was in his 20's. He'll be 32 next year. That's not old, but he's also no longer no longer at his peak as a player, which is where he
OPS+ provides some perspective. By that measure, this year's offense wasn't close to 1998-99, but it was similar to 1996 in the context of the leagues