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Tag Archives: Brandon Belt
How Many Good Giants Were Good Prospects?
Usually one sees this the other way around — how many good prospects became good players? It’s the foundation of any good prospect analysis, and indeed what we see is that higher-ranked prospects usually perform better in the majors than … Continue reading
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What’s the Matter With RBI?
Back on May 9, Grant Brisbee over at McCovey Chronicles wrote a piece about the fabulous numbers the Giants’ hitters were putting up and the huge totals they were on a pace for. Brisbee admitted, “On-pace stats are useless. But … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 2004 Giants, 2006 Giants, 2008 Giants, Aaron Rowand, Bengie Molina, Brandon Belt, J.T. Snow, Marquis Grissom, Pedro Feliz, Randy Winn, Ray Durham, statistical analysis Comments Off on What’s the Matter With RBI?
The Young, Struggling First Baseman Isn’t Struggling Anymore
If you follow the Giants every day, you know about the weird relationship between Brandon Belt and a vocal subset of Giant fans. For them, Belt is the problem. Take this Facebook comment from when the official San Francisco Giants … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Aubrey Huff, Brandon Belt, Damon Minor, Darrell Evans, Dave Kingman, Dave McCarty, first basemen, Mike Ivie, Orlando Cepeda, Snow, Todd Benzinger, Will Clark, Willie McCovey, Willie Montanez Comments Off on The Young, Struggling First Baseman Isn’t Struggling Anymore
Spring Training Stats Tell Us Almost Nothing
Last night I was poking around at baseball-reference.com, looking at Brandon Belt, for whom I hold a lot of hope. I guess they’ve been there for a while, but it was on his page that I first noticed 2013 spring-training … Continue reading
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