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Worth About $1.5 Million on the Open Market
2003-04-20 08:06
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

How'd you like to have a player who, with 617 at-bats in a 162-game season, batted .233 with a .655 OPS, 144 hits, 12 home runs, 54 RBI, 58 runs, 30 doubles, two triples, 60 walks, 123 strikeouts, 13 stolen bases in 19 attempts?

That player is the Dodgers. Those are the stats they have so far this season.

Remarkably, the Dodger stats are just about identical to their opponents. The Dodgers are 144 for 617; opponents are 144 for 618. Both have batting averages of .233 and on-base percentages of .308. The Dodgers have 12 home runs; opponents have 13. The Dodgers have 214 total bases; opponents have 213. The Dodgers have an OPS of .655; opponents are at .652.

However, the Dodgers are 7-11; opponents are 11-7.

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