Jaw-Dropping 2013 Stats for MLB's Stars

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Jaw-Dropping 2013 Stats for MLB's Stars
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Not that anyone needs further proof, but Miguel Cabrera can flat-out hit.

One of the greatest parts of baseball is the plethora of thought-provoking statistics the game generates. Aside from metrics, which can help project a player’s production down the line, the various scenarios and outcomes in baseball make for some pretty unique leaders and losers—even among the game’s greatest.

For instance, while everyone expects Miguel Cabrera to lead the league in almost every category, there’s one particularly impressive feat that Miggy doesn’t get enough credit for. And on the other end of the spectrum, ace pitcher Adam Wainwright—despite his almost flawless resume—is one of the league’s worst in a specific pitching situation.

Read on to see some of the most jaw-dropping 2013 statistics for MLB’s stars.

 

All statistics (through Sept. 5) sourced from Baseball-Reference.com and FanGraphs.com.

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