What Carlos Beltran means to Giants: Statistical analysis

Carlos Beltan is now a San Francisco Giant. And that’s good news.

Carlos Beltran looks good in the black and orange. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Beltan makes the Giants’ lineup better. And don’t think there’s any question about that.

Here’s how Beltran’s number compare with the Giants’ best of 2011 (among players not on the DL)

BATTING AVERAGE
Beltran — .289
Sandoval — .298

OBP
Beltran — .391
Sandoval — .344

SLUGGING
Beltran — .513
Sandoval — .485

HOME RUNS
Beltran — 15
Huff/Sandoval — 9

RBI
Beltran — 66
Huff — 47

DOUBLES
Beltran — 30
Torres — 22

WALKS
Beltran — 60
Ross — 34

STRIKEOUTS
Beltran — 61 (in 419 PAs)
Ross 68 (296), Torres 67 (286), Rowand 67 (290), Huff 65 (412) Burrell 61 (202)

I think that’s all you need to know about whether Beltran will help the Giants

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