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Rob Reed  
Subject:  The value of the BABIP (batting avg on balls in play) stat, exemplified by looking at Melvin Mora's 2004 season
Date:  12/20/08, 7:08pm
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I've added the ability to rank hitters' BABIP from highest to lowest and lowest to highest.

In this blog post, I rank the 2008 hitters in BABIP+ (high to low, min 10 games played, 250 ABs) and AVG. This resulted in a few players who might have a batting average crash and burn much like Mora did from 2004 to 2005 (as a result of a ridiculously high BABIP).

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