Tulo on the road this year: 57 Games / .303 BA / .368 OBP / .532 SLG / 12 HRs / 35 RBIs / .901 OPS / 152 OPS+
Hanley on the road this year: 72 Games / .291 BA / .360 OBP / .435 SLG / 9 HRs / 31 RBIs / .795 OPS / 125 OPS+
Hanley in his career on the road: .313 BA / .377 OBP / .502 SLG / .879 OPS
* Again those are only numbers on the road
Yeah some may say Tulo for his career is barely at a .800 OPS on the road...But he clearly showed maturity the last few years(He had a .860 OPS on the road last year. He is over .900 this season) and made a lot of strides offensively.
If you throw in the fact that Tulo is a wiz with the glove while Hanley is below average to average at best fielder....Then it's easier to compare, especially for a very important position defensively like SS.
This is clearly not a Carlos Gonzalez(or Todd Helton a few years back) type of situation...not quiet.
If it was offense only I'll take Hanley....Overall and down the stretch I prefer Tulo IMO.
Masahiro Tanaka 2016 Stats:
Wins 1 | Losses 0 | 39.1 IPs | 7 Walks | 35 Strikeouts | 2.29 ERA | 0.91 WHIP
I gotta go Tulo with this one. not taking anything away from Hanley but I think Tulo plays the game harder. His D is unbelievable and his bat is not far behind Hanley. In fact he was better this season.
Tulo, I'd rather not have my SS pose nude.
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Hanley. Tulowitzki would have to outperform Hanley again to become #1 SS. One year doesn't make a difference.
Tulo is better. More professional, better arm/defense, equal offense with more pop, and went to the World Series his 1st year. Pretty much took over as leader his rookie season. We've been a good team since he's been drafted. What exactly has Florida accomplished?
And Florida's park averaged 2.33 HRs to Colorado's 2.31....(2010)
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