Originally Posted by Austin Kearns
Based on what?
OPS OBP SLG RC27
Dunn: .963 .386 .577 7.96
Kearns: .954 .388 .566 7.49
EE: .943 .393 .550 7.60
Lopez: .808 .376 .432 6.83
Dunn, Kearns, and EE have all been very good, and there is an argument for each of them, but IMO Dunn is gets the nod because he is the leader in RC/27.
Lopez isn't even in the argument. He is easily last in all of the metrics above.
Batting Average, OBP, RBIs.
Maybe 4th best was exxagerated, but he certainly hasn't been the best. AK and EE have both veen better.