Sunday, December 21, 2003
Bell: .195 BA, .296 OBP, .283 SLG, .579 OPS
Cirillo: .205, .284, .271, .555 OPS
So, it looks like Bell is actually about 10 points better than Cirillo on average. It should be noted, however, that once a player's slugging percentage dips below his on-base percentage, a ten points difference is a drop in a bucket in the Atlantic.