FACTS/FLUKES: J. Ramirez, Correa, Choi, D. Norris, Duffey

Patience pays for Ramirez owners...When we examined José Ramírez (3B, CLE) in early May of 2019 he was sporting an ugly .183/.280/.275 slash line. But his underlying skills were largely unchanged from his $44 2018 season, so we called his poor performance to that point a fluke and counseled exercising excruciating patience. Indeed his bat woke up in a big way during the second half ($33 of R$)—but which version of José Ramírez should owners expect in 2020? 

Yr   PA   BA/xBA  h%  HctX   LA~  bb%  ct%  SwK  xPX  HR/F  FBv*  HR/SB   SS^  SB%
==  ===  =======  ==  ====  ====  ===  ===  ===  ===  ====  ====  =====  ====  ===
15  544  240/264  25    94   9.4    9   90   4%   69    6%  86.2   7/23  28.0  74%
16  618  312/290  34    97 ...


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