Sammy Sofa wrote:David wrote:Sammy Sofa wrote:
Seemed like when you break down those seasons he was hitting around a .330-.340 BABIP when he was on. I dunno; seems a bit unsustainable for a guy who didn't project to be a big hitter.
.336 was his career high for a season (in the 50 game sample in 05), which isn't outlandishly high. for the most part (and for his career) he was in the low-mid .300s, though.
Like I said, I was just eyeballing his season breakdowns. The split in 2007 alone seems pretty glaring.
I get that you don't know anything about prospects, but I have no idea what you're arguing here. Murton was not a beneficiary of an unsustainable BABIP.