Originally Posted by SteelSD
Based on Owings' offensive performance three-year splits, he's may be worth nearly 12 Runs per 60 PA (not 600) versus your average NL pitcher. To put that into perspective, if Owings produced a 4.50 ERA versus a pitcher who produced the same ERA, it would be as if Owings were producing a 3.90 ERA instead.
At an ERA of 5.00, Owings' performance would replicate an ERA of 4.40 over 180 Innings because of his bat.
fascinating. makes his value as a starter much higher than his value as a reliever.