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Baseball Trivia (General)/How can a polayer's batting average be higher than his on base4 percentage?


Tomahawk wrote at 2013-03-15 17:28:05
Simple. Very few or no walks. The gap widens with a player who makes many outs (such as strikes outs) and no walks.  Tony Gwynn came close to AVG>OBP in 1999, in which he had a low amount of walks compared to previous seasons.  

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