They don't have to do with HR power. But they are still doubles for everyone in the league and doubles are still valuable power to have, especially at a weak hitting position like C, SS or CF.
Of those top 20, 15 were no higher than 64th this season in doubles. Carl Crawford has 4 triples and 8 doubles. Explain to me his power. He's a speed guy. Brian Roberts is a speed guy. In fact, Roberts might be MLB's best comp for Stubbs in a best case scenario.
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