If we told our reader friend: "We have a batter with 30 home runs and 93 RBIs, in a team with little winning vocation"... The reader friend would surely speak with admiration of that player.
However, there are some perspectives that vary too much when it comes to analyzing a player.
Traditionally, a hitter with 30 home runs and 93 RBIs, here, on the moon and on Pluto, is a respectable hitter, even more so if he achieves such figures in the Majors... Any player, as long as his name isn't Rougned Odor.
The Texas Rangers second baseman led his team in such items. However, some members of the so-called specialized critic insist on saying that the Zulian "had a poor campaign" due to the fact that he hit .205 points.
In addition, Rougned ranked fourth in the club in runs scored with 77... If it really was a "poor season," we don't want to think about the kind of adjectives that will have to be used to define the type of season the rest of the batsmen had. Rangers.
It was laughable the flips GM Jon Daniels and manager Chris Woodward had to do when asked about Odor's 30-homer campaign. This pair of gentlemen who threatened to bench their best slugger and tug for several turns of the game. They couldn't find a way to amend the plan.
Fortunately, the Venezuelan did not reply. Or rather, he let his home runs and RBIs become his own advocate.
Given this partial way of analyzing a player and seeing baseball, perhaps the best path for Rougned is a change of scenery. He would really suit her very well.