RBIs. Production is Nolan Arenado’s middle name.
Swipe to see Nolan keep rollin'. #JustThatGood @nikebaseball
@gar_seeya how come he has more RBI on the road than at Coors
MVP.. and Nolan, get an IG account
85 adj to Coors Field*
From now on he shall be named the bus because he brings everybody home
@versionsss numbers are better on the road than coors...
And will still get robbed of the MVP
No, he's a decent hitter, but not an elite hitter. During his best season (this season) he's posting a 125 wRC+ and is on pace to reach around a 5.7 fWAR, to compare, Josh Donaldson and manny Machado have produced at least 3 seasons each reaching over 6.0 fWAR. In simpler terms nolans best year is not as good as Donaldson or machados 3rd best years
@nick_falbo seeds to success
@versionsss so you're saying arenado is an average hitter?
@matthew_boyd2 there's a coors effect, it's been proven to be real over and over, too many people are trying to refute it, i don't feel like explaining for the 50th time the numbers behind it all
@versionsss did you know that there is a humidor in Colorado to make it more like hitting at sea level and with that said why aren't all the other players on the Rockies hitting like .340 or .350 because with your logic everyone who plays there should be hitting at least those numbers
Really, since when do MLB count player's who reach 100 rbi first? I swear, favoritism, if it's not trout, it's Harper, or Stanton now this guy, smh
Finally gets credit for something
@kelvtwelve yes thanks you lol!!! I hate when they say it's coors field is the reason lmao like people to learn what going on behind the scenes!
@jasper.hohenegger in general his offensive stats are decent but not at the levels of his counterparts in Donaldson Bryant Machado Rendon and Turner
@versionsss yes I agree. But his offensive numbers are also amazing on the road too.