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Saturday, November 11, 2006


New Stat Alert

From our friend Bill Plaschke, explaining why the Dodgers should be glad to be rid of J.D. Drew:

Sure, he led the team with 100 runs batted in last season, but do you remember more than a handful of them?

We'll call it RBIR, for RBIs Remembered. Drew only had 5 (!) last year. What a lousy player. Jeff Francoeur led the league with 249 RBIR. (People remembered a lot of his RBIs two or three times.)

If you want to be upset, be upset at former general manager Paul DePodesta for giving Drew such a misguided quit clause in the first place.

We get it. You hate Paul DePodesta. Everything bad that's ever happened to the Dodgers is unequivocally the fault of Paul DePodesta.

The Dodgers have finally rid themselves of … what's his name again?

Drew. His name is J.D. Drew. You live in Los Angeles and cover their baseball team. Last year, J.D. Drew led that baseball team in actual RBI, OBP, and home runs. But maybe since you didn't remember that, it didn't happen. Yeah, that's probably it.


posted by Junior  # 4:49 PM
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