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Posted 10/24/2013 09:28:41 EDT
You guys really need to work on what OPS is. You can't have a .217 batting average and .275 OPS. OPS has to be at least twice batting average. Kozma's on-base percentage was .275, his OPS was .548.
Posted 10/01/2013 07:19:02 EDT
By the way, It's Quincy Upper School, not Upper Quincy School.
Posted 01/29/2013 09:23:19 EST
Unfortunately, the authors of this editorial do not understand the data they quote. In fact the 20 and 25% numbers reflect the chances of the child with the least chance to get into a school with dece more »
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