Originally Posted by MWM
And there's no way in hell that a hitter who isn't sound "funamentally" will ever be able to hit major league pitching
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Now you're screaming small sample size when the data I list clearly shows a contradiction to your premise.
MWM, that's it for me for tonite - enjoyed the well reasoned/civil debate
Regarding "fundamentally sound" - in "relative" sense. Yes all big league hitters have some level of the fundamentals - talking about the finer points.
I'm not "screaming small sample size" just pointing out that ONE season RISP stats are small to begin with - slicing them then 5 ways.....even smaller. I hammer Adam for RISP because he's been consistently bad 4 years in a row. That suggest something more than just expected variances/chance etc.......