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baseballcb95 wrote:What about Total Bases instead of runs? Runs are more dependent on the guys behind you while total bases reflects that players ability on his own more..
RAmst23 wrote:Is there a lot of variation between a pitcher's QS each year? I've always viewed QS as somewhat of a boring stat and not used it.
CBMGreatOne wrote:I like OPS as an additional category, not as a substitute for batting average. As for rewarding power hitters, I suppose it does, but honestly, maybe they deserve it. I've heard the OPS stat characterized as "the most accurate measure of a player's offensive proficiency." I can get on board with that thinking. I like it because traditional 5x5 doesn't show any difference between a single and a double and it doesn't reward a walk, except insomuch as these difference may lead to more runs scored or RBIs. Either way, it's nice to see a BB change something on the stat tracker, as well it should, even when the runner is retired soon after.
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