Someone please figure out Ron Cey's number, it's got to be below .100He always seemed like he should be using crutches when he limped up to the plate didn't he? I always thought he was older than he was because he walked around like my grandfather.
Slowest Cub ever?
I'm too lazy to do the math, but Mark Grace in the late 90's had to have one of the all time records for SAP. I have a hard time remembering a slower man on the base paths. Grace is one of my favorite Cubs in my lifetime but that dude was hilariously slow.
Jodyyyyyyyyyyyy, Jody Davis
Just did the math. According to the above calcs, Jody Davis' SAP is an beyond-anemic .191.
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NEW BNMETRICS......or other ways to measure bad Cubs
Posted 04 January 2012 - 05:21 AM
Posted 04 January 2012 - 01:04 PM
Ron Cey, during his Cubs tenure, had a SAP of .233.
Someone please figure out Ron Cey's number, it's got to be below .100
I really believe that it's unlikely anyone had an SAP below Jody Davis'.
That .233 for Cey must have been when he was running downhill with the wind at his back.
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