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GiveMeSox
02-06-2005, 02:35 AM
I did a little research into how well of a hitter Maggs is away from the hitter friendly Cell. Especially I wanted to see what kind of numbers he was put up at comerica the past few seasons, or at least the seasons he was recognized as an all star and Superstar player.

G-AB-AVG-RBI-HR-Notes

1999: No Comerica Field-All Star and batted .301
2000: 6-25-.160-2-1-All Star and batted .315
2001: 9-38-.237-5-0-All Star and batted .305
2002: 10-39-.231-2-0-batted .320
2003: 9-33-.394-4-0-All Star and batted .317
2004: No Data

Averages @ Comerica: 8.5-33.75-255.5-3.25-0.25

So basically speaking just on statistics along; for his career @ Comerica every 8 or 9 games he will have less than 1 HR, less than 4 RBI and hit around .255!! Talk about overpaying.....ouch Tigers ouch!!

Banix12
02-06-2005, 04:01 AM
Well most of that Tigers pitching that beat him back then isn't around now, and he wouldn't be facing tigers pitching anymore anyway. So it's hard to say what that smallish sample would prove. That said he's moving from a big-time hitters park to what is still mostly a pitchers park, even with them bringing in the fences a bit, so his home HR production could drop slightly even if he is healthy.

JRIG
02-06-2005, 10:50 AM
I did a little research into how well of a hitter Maggs is away from the hitter friendly Cell. Especially I wanted to see what kind of numbers he was put up at comerica the past few seasons, or at least the seasons he was recognized as an all star and Superstar player.

G-AB-AVG-RBI-HR-Notes

1999: No Comerica Field-All Star and batted .301
2000: 6-25-.160-2-1-All Star and batted .315
2001: 9-38-.237-5-0-All Star and batted .305
2002: 10-39-.231-2-0-batted .320
2003: 9-33-.394-4-0-All Star and batted .317
2004: No Data

Averages @ Comerica: 8.5-33.75-255.5-3.25-0.25

So basically speaking just on statistics along; for his career @ Comerica every 8 or 9 games he will have less than 1 HR, less than 4 RBI and hit around .255!! Talk about overpaying.....ouch Tigers ouch!!

Stats comprised of about 130 at bats are virtually worthless because of the small sample size.

Jabroni
02-06-2005, 01:41 PM
Stats comprised of about 130 at bats are virtually worthless because of the small sample size.So what is the "correct" sample size in your estimation? Just curious, because there's no way Maggs is going to hit as well in Comerica as he did at the Cell.

Soxzilla
02-06-2005, 05:22 PM
I doubt Maggs will even get 130 at bats in Comerica this year.:cool:

HoustonAstros967
02-06-2005, 08:22 PM
75 million dollars...well worth it!

batmanZoSo
02-06-2005, 09:22 PM
I did a little research into how well of a hitter Maggs is away from the hitter friendly Cell. Especially I wanted to see what kind of numbers he was put up at comerica the past few seasons, or at least the seasons he was recognized as an all star and Superstar player.

G-AB-AVG-RBI-HR-Notes

1999: No Comerica Field-All Star and batted .301
2000: 6-25-.160-2-1-All Star and batted .315
2001: 9-38-.237-5-0-All Star and batted .305
2002: 10-39-.231-2-0-batted .320
2003: 9-33-.394-4-0-All Star and batted .317
2004: No Data

Averages @ Comerica: 8.5-33.75-255.5-3.25-0.25

So basically speaking just on statistics along; for his career @ Comerica every 8 or 9 games he will have less than 1 HR, less than 4 RBI and hit around .255!! Talk about overpaying.....ouch Tigers ouch!!

.394 isn't too bad. And I think that's when they moved the fences in (considerably).

GiveMeSox
02-06-2005, 10:51 PM
.394 isn't too bad. And I think that's when they moved the fences in (considerably).

Yeah but it didn't change his power numbers at all. His average went up, meaning he got hits, but when the moved the fences in he still hit no homers, meaning Maggs probably doesn't have the power to put up big numbers at comerica even with the fences in.

WhiteSoxFan84
02-07-2005, 12:33 AM
In a full season, Magglio will not hit more than 30 HRs.

gosox41
02-07-2005, 12:42 PM
I did a little research into how well of a hitter Maggs is away from the hitter friendly Cell. Especially I wanted to see what kind of numbers he was put up at comerica the past few seasons, or at least the seasons he was recognized as an all star and Superstar player.

G-AB-AVG-RBI-HR-Notes

1999: No Comerica Field-All Star and batted .301
2000: 6-25-.160-2-1-All Star and batted .315
2001: 9-38-.237-5-0-All Star and batted .305
2002: 10-39-.231-2-0-batted .320
2003: 9-33-.394-4-0-All Star and batted .317
2004: No Data

Averages @ Comerica: 8.5-33.75-255.5-3.25-0.25

So basically speaking just on statistics along; for his career @ Comerica every 8 or 9 games he will have less than 1 HR, less than 4 RBI and hit around .255!! Talk about overpaying.....ouch Tigers ouch!!

And you have to consider the fact that he did it against Tiger pitching, which is far from dominant.


Bob