Originally Posted by Kc61
Stubbs was in the high .680s range last year in almost 700 plate appearances.
.717 is a dream. And not that great a dream BTW.
He was at .707 a week ago, and hit .773 two years ago. Adjust his BABIP just to league average, and he's fine. Adjust it to his career average, and he's even better.
He looked terrible in LA, so I understand the reaction, but even in San Fran and before, he looked better in term of pitch recognition than he ever has.