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An OPS Comparison

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Postseason World Series
Postseason World Series
Rollins .757 .680 Jeter .963 .846
Victorino .937 .495 Damon .268 .911
Utley 1.122 1.651 Tex .579 .577
Howard .943 .501 Arod 1.304 .919
Werth 1.152 1.047 Matsui 1.002 1.822
Ibanez .735 .750 Posada .799 .708
Stairs .320 .286 Swisher .505 .833
Feliz .592 .632 Cano .585 .325
Ruiz .977 .931 Cabrera .626 .308

I'm looking at Postseason vs World Series stats to see if we can differentiate between a struggling postseason (Tex) and a great player held in check (Howard).

The Yankees have done very well at holding down the top of the Phillies lineup, while the Phillies have really smothered Cano and Cabrera.

Matsui hasn't gotten the fan fair of Johnny Damon in their mutual quest to return to the Yankees next season, but he's making as strong a case.

No more fastballs over the plate to Utley.