Originally Posted by RedEye
Small sample size, but it did spike to .340 once he went to the Yankees. Some of the low OBP might have had something to do with motivation, no?
Ballpark was an even bigger factor. His Safeco OB in 2011 was .296 and in 2012 it was .259.
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