Did Rose blatantly envision trouncing the career hits record. Or, was it a self fulfilling destiny that he had to meet so that he may validate himself? Who had reassuringly encouraged him that the mark was an assuredly possible objective?? We know he had a major impact in the winning success of the Big Red Machine, dynastic sporting regime. But he had never been publicly embraced as the ruler over it, as it was a collectively realized team quest. In which case, raw stats alone cannot assume all the credit here there had to be a certain level of personal chemistry lurking behind the data. Intellectually determined human beings often seek out inherent pattern as a tool for rationalizing existence. Yet, we tend to apply the same axiomal decrees in the continuing struggle to find our unvarying purpose.

In this regard, we'd think that the produced statistical outcomes have some kind of distinctive semblance when they seldom convey the full story. In this extant, we've grown far too exceedingly accustomed to any ordered structure when indeed it is very much of an illusory derivation. Increasing entropic circularity shows that reality as we know it, rapidly becomes chaotic with each new passing moment. On this ground, wherefore baseball players try to reach such extreme plateaus you'd think that it would defy natural laws we all live by and on that accord, seemingly terminate. Had Jeter not been part of the ideal criteria many wish to surround themselves with as well?? Churning principally unfaltered batting success every year, up to a time until organic decay got to him too.

In both events, they were the best overall hitters with contact rate in mind fruitfully clipping base hits in a habitual consistent duration. Orioles legend, Ripken shortstop played quite consecutively flourishing [without major injury] with an admirable perseverance but had erratically disposed of the opposing competition [with the bat]. If you look at his offensive production, it does sporadically fluctuate a lot after and before each various season yet natural talent appears present despite this. Wrigley notable, Banks slugger overcame transitional hindrances and made the constructive adjustments to be an effective fielder at a less wearying position. He didn't have equivalent performance at a matching standard, was still able to get the runs in and contributed outstanding leadership.

Did his ego block him from eagerly pursuing the title crown?? If the general manager had pulled him aside and deliberately suggested that he hunt down such an awarding emblem would the effort had been made in turn? So if the home club gainfully acquired the most prominent moneyball infielder and put the famed captain in a utilitized firstbase on the field role... they'd surely benefit in a lot of ways. The Yanks usually prefer a diversely arranged lineup that is elastically adapted to face either bullpen arm, and it is frequently convenient to stock upon lefty handed swinging outfielders repeatedly than the infield wielders. Stadium park factors also ought to be diligently considered, as the signed athlete can have more errors, not as abundant doubleplay opportunities due to the move [when they join]. Scouting reports for the two main stars of note are easily retrieved if the urge ensues to comparatively demonstrate unique polarities between them.

Added detail: In part this is a creative writing endeavor and is speculatively orchestrated.

Link to a prior thread that has precursory motivations while having started this one: http://forum.sportsmogul.com/showthr...ter-Trading-AI

Excellently documented content article that thoroughly investigates the topic: http://grantland.com/features/the-tr...jeter-defense/