Originally Posted by Cyclone792
During games of April 10th through May 27th, Patterson put up a .167/.208/.219/.427 line over 122 plate appearances. He's 0-2 tonight already so if you extend it to now, that line is even worse.
For comparison purposes, the Chicago Cubs pitchers have a collective OPS of .543 so far this season in 146 plate appearances. Cardinals pitchers are putting up a .485 OPS, and Diamondback pitchers are putting up a .444 OPS this season.
Pitching staffs are providing more damage offensively than Corey Patterson.
Let me add some nausea in there for Reds fans.
Paul Bako has over 80 plate appearances since April 28, and has a .227 OBP, and sub .500 ops over that time period. (that was b4 that last ab...now at
I must admit....Patterson was really fun to watch those first two weeks in ST, and Bako sure had a solid 3 weeks in April.