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Fun With Splits – Brandon Inge

Sometime I find myself wandering around baseball reference and it’s always fun looking for the interesting and sometimes pointless in player splits.  I was looking at Inge’s 2010 season and here’s some interesting tidbits.

Inge was horrible on the road (.648 OPS) but pretty good in his friendly confines (.787 OPS).  Ironically, he had exactly the same number of at bats at home as he did on the road (257).

Inge played in the fewest number of games (13) but he had his best numbers in July.  He used an Austin Jackson like .441 batting average on balls in play to rack up a .937 OPS.  It’s also the only month he didn’t a home run in.

When Inge hit seventh in the lineup, he had an OPS of .764 in 265 plate appearance.  When he hit sixth (239 PA) he had an OPS of only .653.

Inge hit seven of his thirteen home runs in the final three innings of the game.

Inge had a .424 OPS against power pitchers and a .780 OPS against finesse pitchers.


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