Presented Without Comment: Casey McGehee’s Splits | Disciples of Uecker

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We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

Career games 10-282 (first two seasons with Milwaukee): .291/.346/.477, 119 OPS+, .315 BABIP

Career games 367-431 (July 6th-Present): .238/.304/.421, 103 OPS+, .267 BABIP

Career Games 283-366 (Beginning of season-July 5th): .222/.274/.308, 65 OPS+, .253 BABIP

The endpoints here aren’t completely arbitrary (and, I suppose, therefore the presentation isn’t completely without comment). On July 6th, Casey McGehee hit a pinch-hit home run against the Diamondbacks, prompting me to ask if we could believe in him again.

But here we are. Two seasons of very good, 84 games of awful, 65 games of decent. Which matters most? That, I leave for you to decide.

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