Here’s the data:
Clearly, 2011 was the fluke here. And, based on the last four years worth of data, a reasonable person would expect Granderson to have an OBA this season in the range of the low .320′s.
Seeing that, how can the Yankees bat Curtis in the top or middle of their line-up in 2013? Why would you give someone who makes so many outs more chances to bat?