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I played in an era -- this is hard to say but it sounds funny -- I played in an era when you hit a ground ball up the middle it was a base hit (laughter). It was called a diamond-cutter. It's no longer true. Eight ground balls up the middle, five of them the shortstop's sitting right in front of it if there is any type of research done, if you've got any type of major league experience. The game has changed dramatically with the defensive shifts. You've got to pay attention to that.
Clint Hurdle: From 1977 to 1987, (requiring PA>=10), Order by onbase_plus_slugging asc, then by Name asc
Shane Rawley .091 / .083 / .091
Mike Norris .077 / .143 / .077
Steve Renko .125 / .125 / .125
Rick Wise .077 / .200 / .077
Jim Palmer .111 / .200 / .111
Byron McLaughlin .083 / .154 / .167
Matt Keough .167 / .160 /.167
Wayne Garland .167 / .154 / .250
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