Originally Posted by alnorth
I changed my mind, I'd still happily take Holland and presume he's one of my best 3 pitchers, but he's not quite as valuable as I first thought. His away babip in 2012 was .236, it might not all be the Rangers ballpark, some of that away split may have been luck.
Colon + someone else or bullpen guy may be enough.
His career away BABIP is .275 (.314 at home). Not freakish at all.
And in 2011, his best year, his split was .274/.343.
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