The Best Contact Hitters of 2012

Baseball has migrated from the days of McGwire and Bonds, with players swinging for the fences and trading 10 homers for 30 batting average points. Now, you see more teams playing small ball, advancing runners, sac flies, bunts. (Shhh. Don’t tell Adam Dunn or Mark Reynolds.) With contact hitting emerging as the way to win ballgames inContinue reading “The Best Contact Hitters of 2012”