Originally Posted by nyjwagner
Really, you need 3 minimum to be over .900, unless your pitching is lights out, which the Reds can't say yet.
FWIW, there were only 15 players in the NL last year who OPS'd .900 or better and had enough qualifying plate appearances, so a little less than one per team. One of those players was Adam Dunn. If you look at guys who had 200 or more plate appearance, that adds about another half dozen. Josh Hamilton was one of them. The only team with three .900+ guys was Colorado and none of them OPS'd .900+ away from Coors Field. Dunn did OPS .900+ away from GABP.