Re: Strike out = to any other out?
Originally Posted by BadFundamentals
I think that IS what he is saying. What I was saying is that in the background if OPS is NOT held constant then he's comparing different POPs to Wins but the different OPS levels of the teams are driving the results and smothering any relatively more subtle impact of POP.
So what you're saying is that OPS drives runs scored and things like productive outs have a very small (subtle) impact on runs?
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