Monday, November 29, 2004
Fluky White Sox HittingThe folks over at the Hardball Times were kind enough to post an article showing why the White Sox were very lucky to score as many runs as they did this year. Mostly, the Sox were terrible at getting runners into scoring position - they had the fewest number of at bats with runners in scoring position in the AL. But they scored a lot of runs because they hit a fluky .291 with runners in scoring position, highlighted by Timo Perez's absurd .397 average (he hit .246 overall). Bottom line - don't expect the Sox to repeat this performance next year.
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