Bill Petti at Beyond the Box Score had this nice, easy to read graphic about sluggers single handedly carrying offenses. They are doing good work, and it looks like Albert Pujols is doing most of the heavy work in St. Louis. It’s an open secret that their lineup is actually not very good, a secret hidden by the fact that they have the best offensive player in baseball as the anchor.
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