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Span vs Revere (Final Numbers)

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Span GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2012 Regular Season 128 516 71 146 38 4 4 41 47 62 17 6 .283 .342 .395 .738
Revere GP AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2012 Regular Season
124 511 70 150 13 6 0 32 29 54 40 9 .294 .333 .342 .675



Who do you want playing in your Minnesota Twins Outfield next year?
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  1. Twins Fan From Afar's Avatar
    Thanks for the stats. I guess my answer is either "both," or Revere. Once we factor in defensive metrics, Revere's lower salary, and the fact that a Span trade could (hopefully) bring in good pitching talent, I guess to me the offensive drop from Span to Revere isn't that big of a deal.
  2. Siehbiscuit's Avatar
    I agree. Revere is also still very young (starts next season at 24, Span, 29) and there's no reason that he can't still become better than Span. If Revere, improved next year by nothing more than drawing 10 more walks, his line changes to .300/.350/.387 and 10 more trips to first means more opportuinties for SB's and runs scored! Get something for Span while he is still a sought after commodity and let's roll with Revere.
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