Just wanted to put a couple of charts up that give a pretty decent view of Albert’s offense through the years.  First, his wOBA by components graph (note these were computed with each year’s coefficients)

That’s pretty consistent, with only one year that tickles .400 or below.  And for another look, the same chart from a percentage view

This gives a better view into the relative way he’s amassed his offensive production.  Wow he got a lot of his value from the HR in 2006…  anyway, just thought these graphs were interesting given the occasion of his 3rd MVP.

 

My plan is to get my simulation back out now that I have my defensive projections to input in there, so look for some comparisons of different potential roster constructions.  If you have any you’d specifically like to see drop them in the comments and I’ll see what I can do.

Steve Sommer

Simulation analyst by day, father and baseball nerd by night

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One Response to “Pujols Graphically Through the Years”

  1. I think this might be better as side by side graphs for each “event” (doubles, home runs, etc.) by year, instead of a stacked graph. With these, you can’t really cross compare events because their position on the graph is influenced by the events underneath them… if that makes sense.

    Otherwise, great work!

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