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but overall, we see that they haven’t performed all that differently
I think that this stat is actually a case for Bauer, not Cashner.
DIPS theory says there's a small variance in ability for major league pitchers in controlling BABIP against
Any reason they pulled him at 74 pitches?
Edit: and I think you misunderstand DIPS theory. It's possible that sample size; fielders, run environment make such a big difference that we can throw out BABIP for these two, but outside of knuckleballers and batting practice pitchers throwing 65 in the same spot, pitchers ate going to end up w/similar BABIPs given similar defense/run environments.
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