.258 BA.334 OBP.416 SLG.750 OPS
these will be his peripherals in 2013. We should have traded him when we had the chance.
"Do you really expect a .950 OPS from this guy? "
Where'd you pull that number from? He has a career OPS of .887.
It was .856 in 2010, sank to .771 in 2011, then back up to .883 last year.
Does that look like someone in decline?
Look at EVERYONES #s across baseball in 06-08 and compare them to today.
Everyones #s are down. His league adjusted #s (#s compared to what the league is doing that year) has 2012 as David Wrights 2nd best season of his career.
>258 BA.334 OBP.416 SLG.750 OPS
these will be his peripherals in 2013. We should have traded him when we had the chance. <
You are right about that
>But Wright went from being a superstar to just an above-average player. <
He never recovered from his concussion and it don't seem he ever will. Its a shame because he was a very good hitter the first 3 years
>He may need another Matt Cain fastball to the head to reverse the funk. <
That may be his only cure