Originally Posted by TaylorStSox
For a stats guy, that seems like a flawed way to view the numbers. Those numbers include back ups and AAAA players. Comparing his numbers with other starters is more relevant.
Um, no? "Average AL" means average across the AL, it doesn't mean "cherry picking players to make the stats fit the anser you have already supposed."
Beckham will give you average production from the 2B position offensively. You're free to take that for what it's worth.
If you want to argue he's below median, I can live with that but then it gets a little tricky as to how you're going to define offensive production amongst players.