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Daily Archives: December 14, 2016

Latest on RHP Sergio Romo

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I’m sure you’ve heard by now that the San Francisco Giants aren’t likely to bring back any of their free agent bullpen arms. There still hasn’t been many teams linked to any Giants free agents.

Giants sources have said that reliever Sergio Romo has a few offers on the table from other clubs. The Brawley native is confident that he’ll find a good fit.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – December 14, 2016

img_8039I visited CitiField, the new home of the Mets. It is a monument to the Brooklyn Dodgers and a missed opportunity to honor baseball of the 1960’s.

Missing out of the Don Draper era on this episode of  The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

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The 20 Least Powerful MLB Hitters Who Slugged 20-Plus Homers in 2016

There aren’t many better ways for a ballplayer to display their power than by sending an incoming pitch over the outfield wall. That happened plenty this past season, which was one of the best cumulative power performances we’ve ever seen.

There were a grand total of 111 players who surpassed the 20-homer plateau. Not only is that an increase from the 64 players who accomplished it in 2015, it’s a new record.

However, as we detailed last week, there are other ways to determine how powerful a hitter actually is.

So, going off our idea to find the most powerful players who didn’t hit 30 homers, we’re now looking for the opposite. Below is a table displaying the 20 least powerful players who collected at least 20 round-trippers last year.

To figure this out, we limited the search to qualified hitters, sorting them by their ISO (Isolated Slugging Percentage).

Now, to be clear – none of these hitters are “below average.” They’re actually all above average in the ISO department, according to FanGraphs.

Check out who made the list:

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