Originally Posted by Redsfansince72
i like to know their averages since Jacoby has been here with men on 3rd or 2nd with 1 or 2 outs. They lead the ML in walks, but probably lead the ML in left in scoring position
This season the Reds have a line of .249/.355/.384 with runners in scoring position, which is good enough for 2nd in OPS, 5th in avg, 2nd in OBP, 5th in slg in the NL...St. Louis' numbers with runners in scoring position are absurd .337/.410./467/.877.
As the #2 team in OPS with runners in scoring position, the Reds are closer to last than they are to the Cards in that stat.