uconn_8 wrote:Well I guess everyone else here can take your word for it. But idk the last time I saw a .400 hitter in high school(especially with wood bats now) batting number 7 in an order on a team that doesn't make it to state.
I believe mrm already stated why he is 7 batter.
mrm wrote:He doesn't get noticed much because he bats 6 or 7. Why? He doesn't have much power so he doesn't bat in the 3-5 spots. He's very slow on the base path, so he doesn't bat 1 or 2. But the averages posted are correct.
uconn_8 wrote:And I'm sure the worst player on your team (who's taking book) knows the real difference b/w getting on base and a hit. Most people on this site would agree with that.
Actually we had a senior girl for a stats person who was taught by the coach before the year started. And if there was a questionable play she asked the coach.