Originally Posted by Randar68
It's fun to try to come up with a way to characterize these things, but some of these White-Sox-only examples basically invalidates his method/theory he applied...
Well in my opinion the obvious problem is that we're less than two thirds through the season and the remainder of the players' minor league history hasn't been taken into account. We're looking at a pretty small sample size here.
Jeremy Reed Watch
.252/.316/.343 for Seattle in 2005
23 for 58 with 4 2Bs, 7 BBs, and 3 SBs for Seattle in 2004
.305/.366/.455 with 13 SB in 15 Attempts at AAA Tacoma in 2004