Originally Posted by dougdirt
How is that OBP with RISP? At one point it was over .400 and people were claiming that he sucked with runners on base.
It's pretty good at .399. I guess he's a walk/so/hr machine with RISP. That said, his defense was bad and there are things there with Dunn to which you can say he's not good in some areas. With Holliday, until last season, he was the only player in baseball other than Pujols that had an OPS over .900 for 6 straight years. Holliday has quietly been one of the more dominant, consistent hitters since he entered the league. I don't know, if you saw some of the stuff they were saying about him and the rest of the Cardinals offense you would see what I'm talking about. People ask me why I come in here. The answer is to save what little sanity I have left.