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January 5, 2010

Chris Carter scouting report

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ January 5, 2010 5:54 pm
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Baseball-Intellect’s Chris Eisenberg lists Oakland’s top prospects and a certain ex-Sox prospect is atop the list:

The biggest change from Carter’s 2008 season to his 2009 season is his batting average. Taking strikeouts and homeruns out of the equation, Carter’s BABIP went from .296 to .406. That .406 number is obviously unsustainable and there was plenty of luck involved in achieving that number. However, the improvement in BABIP is certainly real to a certain extent as all we have to do is look at his line drive percentage, which went from 7.6% all the way up to 24%. Almost all of those line drives came from the fly ball department. …

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