I know most of the posters in this thread won't think this matters, but during this 0-28 streak, Stubbs BB/K rate is actually better than his career's .44 to .32.
Right now, Justin Upton is in a 2-25 streak, and Corey Hart recently had a 1-24 streak. I am sure I could find over a dozen examples of good hitters who have been in similar bad luck streaks as Stubbs.
"....the two players I liked watching the most were Barry Larkin and Eric Davis. I was suitably entertained by their effortless skill that I didn't need them crashing into walls like a squirrel on a coke binge." - dsmith421
I keep hoping he'll work himself back into 2010 form-but I think it's time to send him to AAA. He's in a really bad stretch- I hope he can fix things in the minors. If he shows some major improvement, call him back up in September.
Give me Stubbs at his worst in center over Valdez any freakin day of the week.
He looked terrible in LA, so I understand the reaction, but even in San Fran and before, he looked better in term of pitch recognition than he ever has.
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