But I wasn't just looking at their splits.
Didn't mean that to sound like I was attacking you - I think it's a little too easy to say "Creature of Coors" and leave it at that. Sure, they're Coors-aided, but how much? 10%? 20%? I think to say Fowler goes to being the left-handed Espinosa is a little extreme.
And as for Gio- you're right, his peripherals are better - but that's cos he's walking less people, not because he's suddenly correcting a flaw that had previously been corrected by playing in Oakland. He's a young pitcher who's still developing and is taking a step forward this year. Fowler and CarGo are both 26 or younger - they've got the ability to find another gear.
Not saying they will, but the stathead habit of implying that otherwise terrible hitters walk into Coors and get turned into magically great hitters seems sort of silly - same as chalking up to luck that which can't be readily found in stats.