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September 27, 2009

Lou Brock Fan Club asks: Soto or Hill

There's a good post over at the Lou Brock Fan Club, asking where the likes of Geovany Soto and Koyie Hill line up on the Cubs depth chart. (Link)

Phil steps back and looks at the statistical comparison between Soto and Hill and concludes:

With starts fairly evenly divided between the two men, the Cubs are a laboratory right now in the effect of catching intangibles-pitch selection and general in-game captaincy and coaching-on the outcome of a game.

It's a good read. Go read it. (Link)

Posted by Byron at September 27, 2009 2:05 PM | Bookmark and Share

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