consider this wrote:
As I've said repeatedly, success for a batter is getting on base (not getting a hit). I don't care to look up players who succeeded more than a third of the time (OBP) and who are not in the hall of fame but there are plenty.
Nobody is talking about an OPB of .333 you idiot. The discussion is around putting a round bat on a round ball so as to have a .333 batting average. Even against a range of pitching quality, anyone who can hit safely 1 out of 3 times is HOF.