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  1. It is awfully early in his career and the sample size is too small to speak about much now, but I will be investigating Bobby Borchering splits from each side of the plate in 2010. Obviously any switch hitter will get a significantly greater number of at bats from the left side which is another variable in the whole operation. Of the impressive video I saw of Borchering’s prep career, I believe all the great swings I saw were from the left side. For all the struggles early on, it’s worth noting that his playoff hot streak increased his final rookie league line to .263/.300/.509. The plate discipline must get better though, obviously.

    Comment by Richie Abernathy — February 4, 2010 @ 3:42 pm

  2. That ISO is a statistic for idiots. You give us Borchering’s line of 241/290/425 and then tell us his ISO is .184 like we can’t subtract 241 from 425. Well duh. Who the hell started that crap?

    Comment by Walter Guest — February 5, 2010 @ 12:04 am

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