Mariners Offense Is Just Plain Crazy Bad
Crazy Stat of the Day
The Mariners team numbers look like this for 2012:
.232 AVG, .294 OBP, .364 SLG, .657 OPS.
For his career Randy Johnson allowed hitters to bat the following off of him:
.221 AVG, .297 OBP, .353 SLG, .650 OPS.
Meaning on your typical day the M’s offense makes your run-of-the-mill average MLB pitcher literally as dominant as a five-time Cy Young winning, first ballot Hall of Famer.