Ok. It's time to once again to look back through my scorecards and see how a Red Sox favorite performed while I was keeping score. Did he perform up to his expectations? Or beyond? Or was I a bad luck charm?
Today I decided to look at the Captain, Jason Varitek. I saw a large number of TEK games over the years. How did he perform? Let's find out!
Told you I saw a lot of his games!
How did he do? Pretty damn good, if I do say so myself.
Looks like I saw over half a season worth of games from Varitek. That's quite a sample size. In those games, he batted over .300 with an OPS over .900! Those are all-star numbers at least.
How do his projections work out? Over a 660 at-bat season, I'd see Varitek hit 21 home runs, and drive in over 100.
Which is great. It means I saw Varitek as he should have been seen. I saw all the quality that he provided in every game. I was glad I got to see it.
How did he do when you were in the park?
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