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You're forgetting the inevitable human drift toward love in the course of aging. I think that creates a perpetual equilibrium :)
He must be pretty unpopular there.
The home/road runs obviously support the factors, but a big dose of skepticism is in order about whether they're reflecting what they purport to reflect, as opposed to being merely tautological.
I'm a little skeptical of the two PF's as well. Not specifically for those reasons (many sea level parks are pitchers parks) but by simply comparing to five years ago. The trend is not just one year, so I guess its real, but any guesses as to the reason?
Just like Cesar Cedeno, Al Kaline and Dwight Gooden did.
Why would we ever adjust WPA for leverage? The leverage in a situation is the entire point of WPA.
This is not a particularly informed comment. Yes, the climate is nice for the fans, but fans don't have to try to hit home runs through the marine layer at night. The Angels have hit more home runs on the road than at home in 11 out of the last 12 seasons. The only hitters' park the Angels ever played in was Wrigley Field, in 1961.
The last four years have seen a monumental shift to make it one of the better pitcher's parks in all of baseballdom. Has there been any environmental/structural change to account for this?
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