Better Than Choo?
The dividing line for cutting or riding out a cold hitter may surprise you
Throughout the course of a season, most batters are going to have their ups and downs. Heck, even Joey Votto had a slump of sorts, hitting a paltry .192 from May 1-8. That didn't mean you should have gone into a panic and debated whether to place the reigning National League MVP on your bench until he got his mojo back. You kept the faith and were immediately rewarded with a much more Votto-like .351 batting average over his next 10 games.
However, not all players are created ...
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