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February 20, 2014 12:30 pm

Overthinking It: Last Season in Selective Aggression

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Ben Lindbergh

Looking for the hitters with the most (and least) selectively aggressive approaches at the plate.

Last April, Astros manager Bo Porter was asked about the secret behind his team’s hot hitting during a three-game winning streak. “Selective aggression,” he said. And last October, before NLCS Game Six, Pete Kozma was asked to explain the Cardinals’ season-long offensive success. (All of the good hitters must have been busy.) His response: “selective aggression.” Spring or fall, worst team or best, the answer was often the same. Selective aggression was what every offense strove for.

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