Offensive home road splits

Some home road splits that I looked up while typing up last night’s recap:

TEAM OFFENSE

Runs scored at home, 2010: 333 (4.1 runs/game)
Runs scored on the road, 2010: 226 (3.05 runs/game)
Runs scored at home, 2009: 360 (4.44 runs/game)
Runs scored on the road, 2009: 276 (3.45 runs/game)

Andrew McCutchen

2010 at home: .309/.397/.500, eight home runs, 20 doubles, three triples, 37 BB, 34 K in 306 PA
2010 on the road: .260/.329/.402, eight home runs, 12 doubles, two triples, 29 BB, 63 K in 316 PA

Jose Tabata

2010 at home:.337/.374/.483, 14 doubles, three triples, three homers, 11 BB, 24 K in 215 PA
2010 on the road: .264/.316/.331, seven doubles, one triple, one homer, 13 BB, 31 K in 194 PA

Pedro Alvarez

2010 at home: .281/.335/.541, 12 doubles, zero triples, 12 homers, 15 BB, 50 K in 203 PA
2010 on the road: .190/.293/.285, eight doubles, one triple, one homer, 20 BB, 63 K in 157 PA

Folks, this right here is the source of the problem. What kills me is that they had a very similar problem last year with a group of players that was almost entirely different than this group. Any ideas?

Pat Lackey

About Pat Lackey

In 2005, I started a WHYGAVS instead of working on organic chemistry homework. Many years later, I've written about baseball and the Pirates for a number of sites all across the internet, but WHYGAVS is still my home. I still haven't finished that O-Chem homework, though.

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