Originally Posted by TheVulture
I'd think those numbers would work if it weren't for the mile high factor. His home/road splits are drastic. .345/.442/.607 vs .287/.386/.470. I'd hope voters would take into account the inflation to his numbers and leave him out. Not that it really matters whether he gets in or not anyway.
I don't buy the spilt argument. Take into consideration that almost every player is going to have fewer impressive numbers on the road, and then take into account that his road splits aren't particularly bad. Examining his tenure in Colorado in such a way trivializes his longevity and consistency that would have been easily transposed elsewhere.