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Batting Trends Over the Years

Over the years, Capra has had a steady decline in offense numbers.  This often results in difficulties in relating past and present eras in regards to stats.

For entertainment value only, check out the decline of statistics across years.  Please note that the OBP calculations don't take Sacrifice Flies into account.


 





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