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Castro in the lead off since 8/02 is 1.279-OPS

Over the last seven games Castro has been in the lead off spot scoring a batting line of .444/.464/.815/1.279-OPS. Overall this year Castro's line in the lead off spot is .379/.412/.565/.977-OPS the last seven games representing 22% of the the AB's split. Over the entire year it is .313/.341/.442/.783-OPS Comparing with NL hitters who are hot over the entire 4 weeks since the All Star Break (as of Monday's games) OPS Tulowitzki (1.139), Infante (1.099), Uggla (1.070), Morse (1.057), Guzman (1.047), & Victorino (1.025), though Castro's OPS since the break is .839 (very good but not like the top six). Hardball Talk. OPS leaders since the All Star Break

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