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HOF Profiles: David Justice

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David Justice - Rightfielder

 

Atlanta Braves 1989-1996

Cleveland Indians 1997-2000

New York Yankees 2000-2001

Oakland Athletics 2002

 

Awards

1990 N.L. Rookie of the Year

1993 N.L. Silver Slugger - OF

1997 N.L. Silver Slugger - OF

2000 ALCS MVP

 

All-Star Selections: 3 (1993, 1994, 1997)

 

League Leader

None

 

Career Ranks

SLG%: 90th

OPS: 95th

HR/AB: 73rd

 

Best Performance

May 7, 1999 - Cleveland at Tampa Bay

Went 4 for 4 with two homeruns, four runs scored, and five RBI.

 

Hall of Fame Stats

Gray Ink: Batting - 43 (564) (Average HOFer ≈ 144)

HOF Standards: Batting - 28.7 (309) (Average HOFer ≈ 50)

HOF Monitor: Batting - 43.5 (416) (Likely HOFer > 100)

 

Similar Batters in HOF: 1 (Larry Doby)

Other Similar Batters: Tim Salmon, Ryan Klesko, Rudy York, Kent Hrbek, Greg Luzinski, Jeromy Burnitz, Darryl Strawberry, Roy Sievers, Mo Vaughn

 

Year-by-Year Win Shares & Wins Above Replacement Level (WARP3)

 

1989: 0/0.1

1990: 20/4.5

1991: 22/6.0

1992: 23/8.0

1993: 29/8.5

1994: 19/7.5

1995: 19/5.5

1996: 7/2.7

1997: 26/7.6

1998: 13/4.8

1999: 16/4.8

2000: 20/7.5

2001: 8/2.6

2002: 11/3.5

 

Career Win Shares: 233

Career WARP3: 73.6

 

My Stupid Opinion

 

Good hitter who could rarely stay healthy an entire season. He managed to play over 150 games in a season only once in his career, which also happened to be his best year in 1993. His career does prove that postseason experience doesn't mean shit when it actually comes to playing the postseason as he played in 112 postseason games but hit only .224/.335/.382. He did fuck Halle Berry but he's not close to being borderline candidate where such a feat can be considered.

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Of course I think he's a playoff god soley for hitting that homerun in game 6 of the 95 world series. Which in itself was hilarious because he got booed when he came out and then he won the series. I vaguely remember him being a beast in that 2000 ALCS against the Mariners, and being the complete opposite the next year, where I was wanting them to keep him in the lineup against the D-backs because he was an instant out.

 

As for the Halle Berry thing, didn't he also beat her? Violence against women is usually a bad thing, but its Halle Berry so I think it's worth some extra points.

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