The standard sabremetric view is that stolen bases are largely no more than a nice add-on, given a high success rate. But are exceptions allowed for Coleman/Hamilton speed? Yes, a .310 OBP is too low for a 35sb player or even a 40sb or 50sb player. But a 110sb player?
Has sabremetric view changed at all now that home runs are way down in recent years? Does a SB become more valuable with less HRs?