The 5 Most Shocking Statistical Flip-Flops of the 2013 Season

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The 5 Most Shocking Statistical Flip-Flops of the 2013 Season
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There's something off about R.A. Dickey this season.

When you look at statistics long enough, you’re bound to find trends. Sometimes these trends help project a player or team’s production over the next several seasons, but others just uncover mind-boggling anomalies and flip-flops. 

Between the deterioration of the once one-run dominant Baltimore Orioles to the uncharacteristically impatient Carlos Beltran, the 2013 season has seen its fair share of the above.

Below are the five most shocking statistical flip-flops of the 2013 season.

All statistics sourced (through July 11) from Baseball-Reference.com and FanGraphs.com.

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