Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_
And that's pointing at ONE player. Dunn. I wasn't talking about one player or even two. But rather, in general. Dunn's walks were more consistant...he draws quite a few intentional walks (and even more intentional pitched around walks). Those don't have to do with plate discipline. Those have to do with his scary power and the fact that there was nobody surrounding him in the lineup that could effectively move a runner around. In general, walks fluctuate.
Wily Mo Pena may have more power than Dunn.
Never saw him BB 100 times in a season though.
You seem to think taking a BB is not a repeatable skill, but a circumstance of other things. You are incorrect.