Batter have a true talent BABIP that they tend to hover around from year to year, so for them it more important to look at their career average BABIP to see if a certain year is an outlier as far as luck goes. For instance, Mike Trout has a career BABIP of .354, so last year when he was at .318 you could guess that he was either getting unlucky, or something was causing him to make weaker contact than he normally would (in this case it was a lingering injury). On the flip side, Ian Kinsler is a career .284 BABIP hitter, so looking at his 2015/2016 seasons with the Tigers and putting up BABIPs of well over .300, you could see that he was either getting lucky, or had retooled his swing enough to made an impact (probably more lucky looking back)..
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I met Roger twice. The first time was after the final of 2012 WTF. He was super friendly and obliging even though he just lost the final. Researchers did not look at Nike’s other Tiger endorsed products, but concluded that if Nike got similar returns across product lines, the company has more than recouped the estimated $200 million in endorsement fees it has paid the golfer in the past 10 years.Still, golf ball sales trends used partly because data was readily available are not necessarily a good measuring stick for the Wood’s many endorsement deals, many of which ended in the wake of the scandal.Woods brought value to golf equipment because his game is highly respected, even post scandal although his on course struggles of late might dampen even that effect.By contrast, other non golf brands were “using the goodwill of association and positive image associated with Tiger to sell products that Tiger really had no role in developing,” said Marc Ganis, president of SportsCorp, a Chicago based sports business consulting firm.That goodwill, of course, faded after Tiger’s affairs came to light, and endorsers were “better off [moving on to] positive imaged athletes,” Mr. Ganis said.The companies dropping Woods include Gatorade, AT and Accenture, costing the golfer an estimated $22 million. Schultz is the Chicago Bureau Chief at Ad Age and covers beverage, automotive and sports marketing.