History shows very few pitchers could really hit
Originally Published: May 7, 2008By Rob Neyer | ESPN.com
How hard is hitting in the major leagues? To answer that question, let's use OPS-plus, which has the twin virtues of context and simplicity. Context, because it allows us to accurately compare players from one era to those of another.
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