Re: CF Defense, is it that important?
Originally Posted by kaldaniels
What is the correlation going from hits to runs just in general?
For the sake of this discussion the 26 extra hits probably would not include home runs, unless you figure on one of them being a home run robbed by Stubbs that Choo couldn't get. Yet you may figure on there being more doubles and triples because anything to the side of Choo that he can't get is headed to the wall. I don't know. How many bases are we giving the average hit of those 26 hits?
1 play generally equates to .7 to .8 runs.
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