Dustin Ackley And The Relentless Tug Of Hope
Monday, October 08, 2012
It was frustrating from start to finish, because Ackley was supposed to be as close to a guarantee as you can get. Nobody ever had any questions about whether Ackley could hit; it was only a matter of how much. In 2012, Ackley didn't hit, at home or on the road. His first-half OPS was better than his second-half OPS and his first-half OPS was bad. (Lookout Landing)
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