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    Re: Team On-Base Percentage and a Balanced Lineup

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamz View Post
    Well I can't find o-swing splits, but his LD% took a very noticeable bump in the second half of the season while his FB% dropped. It's hard to say if it's sustainable, but it seemed like he was no longer trying to crush the ball in every at bat and it benefited him (an increase to .282/.315, which would be awesome as full season numbers). His power took a hit, but the tradeoff (.315 vs. .265 OBPs) is more than worth it.

    If Cozart could post in the .315 - .330 range of OBP over a full season he'd be a very good SS. I'm with you in hoping that the batting coach can help him realize that he doesn't need to swing out of his socks or try to rip a homer in every at bat.
    Thanks for doing the legwork on that part of it. I'm so champing at the bit for spring training to start. Have I said that enough times?
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