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The NL average BABIP was .296 in 2011, which would put Teajada's .387 BABIP in the 99.9999th percentile if it's his true talent. For comparison, Ichiro has a .351 career BABIP (probably a bit lower than the 99.8th percentile because he's in the AL and BABIP was higher on average in the 2000's). I think it's safe to say Ruben will regress some.
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