Craziest career curve

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barlights
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Craziest career curve

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Jeff Cook has gone from a .571 OPS player at OS 24 to MVP with a .929 OPS the following season; 2 more seasons above .850 OPS, to .598 OPS at OS 29 and .575 OPS about 1/3 of the way through OS 30.

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This coincided with his first divorce and years later with his second marriage, but maybe unrelated.
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the wild swings of those high power, low contact/speed guys is crazy
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bpearly69 wrote: Sun Jul 10, 2022 11:55 am the wild swings of those high power, low contact/speed guys is crazy
That's part of it, but I'm guessing that a lot of pitching was sold off prior to him being promoted to the bigs, and then a lot of pitching talent came into his league later on. Be interesting to see how many of the other start gin hitters fared in those same seasons.
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Maybe it's something in the water at the RBL? I remember this wavier wire guy I started for a season.

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