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  1. It’s really tough to intuitively judge catchers because their scale for what’s acceptable offensively is so much different than every other position, even shortstop. Baseball Prospectus lists league-average catcher offense at .325 OBP and .390 SLG this year, meaning IRod was right there. And Justin’s stats have him as a slightly above-average defender based on passed balls, wild pitches, and caught-stealings.

    Comment by Sky — October 15, 2008 @ 3:01 pm

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