so0perspam wrote:curious_george_43545 wrote:Hmmm Kendall .319 3 homers 86 Runs 51 RBI's 11 steals

verus Estrada's .314 9 homers 56 Runs 76 RBI's 0 stolen bases

Estrada had 112 less abats. Now they have about the same average and Kendal has 30 more runs and 11 more steals and Estrada has 20 more RBI's. Now in 112 at bats I think Estrada could improve his stats enough to get equal if not better than Kendall since all he has to do is close a gap of 30 runs and 11 steals - 20 RBI's and 6 homers in 100+ at bats.

You forgot to include the boost in Kendall's numbers that should come with going to a more potent A's lineup this season.

since when do the A's have a potent lineup?