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Curtis Pride wrote:Isn't it great when people use one example and think that it somehow disproved countless volumes of other facts?
The guy has a career .803 OPS outside of Coors. He's no longer playing Coors. It's not really that difficult to comprehend. Yes, he will benefit from playing a tiny portion of his games in Texas, and will benefit from playing against rubbish AL West pitching staffs instead of fantastic NL West pitching staffs.
Those will likely result in him with around a .300/.375/.525 line instead of his normal .320/.400/600 as a lot of his homers turn to doubles and hits turn to outs. The major point isn't that he likely won't hit 25 homers this year, but that there's no chance in hell he matches his SB number from last year.
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