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    Re: Karl Ravech destroying Billy Hamilton on the BBTN podcast

    Quote Originally Posted by Rijo's Ghost View Post
    Here's one on fastball usage with SB threats.

    Yeah but there's a chasm of difference between "base-stealing threat" and Billy Hamilton. It's like analyzing every player that hit 20+ HRs then saying "aha, I find that pitchers don't change their approach that much for HR hitters, ergo nobody ever pitched around Barry Bonds in his prime." Tell me the percentage of fastballs thrown when Rickey Henderson, Vince Coleman and Lou Brock were on first base and I'll listen, because that's the league Billy Hamilton's in.
    Last edited by kpresidente; 04-21-2014 at 12:27 AM.


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