The Rockies signed outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a three year, $31.5 million deal. Cuddyer is older then I thought. He had a solid season on a bad team last year with a .284 batting average and 20 home runs.
Cuddyer’s best season was 2009 when he hit 32 home runs and he had an OPS of .862. In the past six years, he’s had 100+ OPS+ in five of those six seasons and in three of those seasons, it was over 120. It’ll be really interesting to see how his numbers translate to Coors Field. Target Field is a pitcher’s park although Cuddyer is just one for twelve in three games at Coors Field.
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