Jeter’s lineup spot means little to his performance

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3 thoughts on “Jeter’s lineup spot means little to his performance

  1. dan l

    After yesterday are you changing your mind about the Jeter moving to 9th?

  2. jay_robertson

    No argument (or surprise) with the stats, Jason. I don't see Jeter changing his approach or anything else, no matter where he bats. Which would lead to your virtually identical stats.

    Obviously, the question is at what spot in the order does his present production maximize wins. Beyond that, I wish both he and Gardner would quit pressing and just play ball.

  3. Andrew

    It's almost as if when sample size increases the data will conform to its true means.

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