The final argument is correct in its sentiment, just because a category is better in real life does not mean it is better in fantasy. In this case though, OBP is the better category. BA isn’t the only thing that needs to be changed. I’ve made arguments for several other category changes in the past (which you can view below) and I’m sure there will be more arguments for change in the future. Remember this game originally started out as 4×4, runs and strikeout were not included and were added later. Someone realized the addition of these two categories would be beneficial, and it was a change that was easily made and accepted. If they could realize back then that the game needed something else, we should be able to do the same thing today. Granted it will never be a universal change due to the number of fantasy players today compared to 80’s and 90’s, but with so many sites allowing for customized scoring systems, it is something you can do for your league.
Follow through. Properly following through is important for multiple reasons. Not only will it help you to add all-important distance generating backspin to the ball, but it will help point out any flaws in your swing. In most cases, you want your hands to finish high which ensures that the bat head stays through the hitting zone as long as possible.
"It's all about having a quality at bat," said Garrido, who has won five national titles. "You can't just go up there and start swinging and expect to get hit after hit. You have to be able to separate the pitches you can hit and the pitches you can't hit. And when you find that pitch let the ball location help you decide where you want to hit it. If you can do that you are on your way."