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    Reds will sign Bernadina

    MLB Trade Rumors ‏@mlbtraderumors 4m
    Reds To Sign Roger Bernadina http://dlvr.it/4qL9TT #mlb

    I guess all of our problems are solved now and we are a lock to win the division.

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    Re: Reds will sign Bernadina

    This guy has terrible numbers.

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    Re: Reds will sign Bernadina

    Pretty good 2012 numbers in limited at bats, terrible 2013. Don't love the signing, but don't hate it either. Worst case he seems to be decent AAA depth. Best case scenario he makes the team and ends the year with a slight improvement on his career .239/.307/.359 slash line, and makes for a decent bench player.

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    Re: Reds will sign Bernadina

    How does anyone go from hitting .290 one year, then .181 the next?

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    Re: Reds will sign Bernadina

    Quote Originally Posted by bullseye View Post
    How does anyone go from hitting .290 one year, then .181 the next?
    Ryan Hannigan. Though i contend he never really recovered from injury.

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    Re: Reds will sign Bernadina

    Quote Originally Posted by bullseye View Post
    How does anyone go from hitting .290 one year, then .181 the next?
    Being very lucky in one year (.359 BABIP) and unlucky in the next (.234 BABIP).

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    Re: Reds will sign Bernadina

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    Being very lucky in one year (.359 BABIP) and unlucky in the next (.234 BABIP).
    Yeah, in fact his career BABIP is .291 or pretty close to half way between these figures. If you take the average of his two OPSes for 2012 and 13, he comes out at .661, within five points, I think, of his lifetime. So if he has his average year, we can pretty well predict what we ought to get out of him: .660


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