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01-18-2013, 01:26 PM
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ESPN.com had his OBP at .351 ... which would be amazing for a .211 BA. 37 BBs.
Baseball Reference has him at 8 BBs and your .281 OBP. I'm assuming ESPN is wrong.
.351 is his combined OBP last season, from time spent with Milwaukee and Oakland.
Baseball Reference has the same, it just breaks down his stats with each team below the 2012 combined totals.
09 : 3-2.
10 : 2-3.
12: 2-1; Orlando Hudson and Alex Rios walkoffs.
14: 1-0; Opening Day 5-3 win vs Twins.
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