Originally Posted by NJReds
That about sums it all up...
nj, don't come in here and start taking cheap shots and drag down what has been "civil" debate.... :allovrjr: :thumbdown
You get "lifeless blob" results in a study for at least two reasons:
1) there truly is no correlation or
2) as in this case, there may or may not be a stronger correlation but the study itself has too many fluctuating variables to produce more telling results.
The study I suggested which would have number of hits, BBs and as many other variables as possible all equal (re: scientific method "all other things held equal") would be a far better study for measuring impact of strikeouts on runs scored.