29 thoughts on “MLB Best Defensive Players Part 2

  1. Stephen Piscotty? Christian Yelich? Jonathan Villar? Carlos Correa? Paul Goldschmidt? Hanley Ramirez? Jason Kipnis? Man sporting videos really failed

    1. Windy Wrigley Highlights he isnt below league average in CS%, but a reason why he is so good is because he has control of the running game. Statistically speaking, stealing a base is bad compared to not stealing it. In 51 games behind the dish, only 38 people have attempted to steal against him. he has the most innings as a catcher, and the only person with less attempted base stealers with a similar amount of time played is Martin Moldanado, with 36 attempts. he is one of the best defensive catchers of all time

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