Overall, the rate of strikeouts has increased in baseball over the course of the last several years which Scott Miller over at CBS Sports does a good job of outlining. Obviously, the hitting landscape has changed where a two strike approach is no longer valued as much as it once was. Strikeouts are way up and hitters understand that home runs get you big bucks. However, there are numerous opportunities in every game where failure to do the little things costs your team some runs. Undoubtedly this is true when a batter reaches two strikes and is unable to…Continue reading→
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