I don't believe it, but that spreadsheet, derived from this method, would appear to have come to this conclusion. This data came to my attention by way of this article, authored by BTF's Chris Dial, a guy I generally consider to be reliable. He's wrong about some stuff, and tends to be pretty argumentative, but is never the less a hard worker and a solid thinker. That said, could I have been that wildly wrong about Rent's play at SS? He looked painful out there. I didn't look at that spreadsheet unprompted. A poster at BTF noticed, and I went in to investigate. Dial's system also has Pablo as the NL's 6th best player in 2009, so it can't be all bad. Hopefully one of you number people can sieve through Dial's crunching and come to a conclusion of some sort. Have at it.