Originally Posted by Cyclone792
Ryan Howard's teammates are better than Dunn's teammates at getting on base and providing baserunners for Howard to drive in.
Originally Posted by BuckeyeRedleg
To Howard's credit, he has produced pretty well with his opportunities.
.288/.386/.588 (.974) with runners on
.328/.441/.629 (1.070) with runners in scoring position
you're both right.
Dunn has delivered RISP at a lesser rate (32 percent vs. Howard's 38 percent), but Howard has also had 42 more RISP to deliver than Dunn has.
If Dunn delivered at the same rate, but had the same number of guys to deliver as Howard, then he'd have 12 more RBI-- still quite a bit short of Howard.
(but there is improvement. over his career, Adam delivers runners at an even lower rate than he's shown this season...)