Some ASB musings:
Ryan Hanigan and Drew Stubbs have about an equal amout of plate appearances: 500 for Hanigan, 527 for Stubbs. But that's were the similarities end.
Hanigan is a slow-footed catcher with little pop but a nifty .380 OBA.
Stubbs is sitting on a pretty awful .310 OBA but is averaging 24 homers and 34 steals per 162 game season.
So who wins, nine Ryans or nine Drews?
We all know that "outs-are-precious" argument for Hanigan. But in a 162 game season, Stubbs is averaging 94 runs and 77 RBI while Hanigan is averaging a paltry 45 runs and 41 RBI.