|Not even once|
Oh, right right right right right. Forgot something yesterday. It was actually the entire point of my story.
Rasmus, much like a lot of hitters in baseball, hits way, way better at home. The thing with that is that the
.289/.346/.520 at home (.375 wOBA), .248/.322/.442 (.335 wOBA) away.
This is probably about as good as Rasmus will get, and with another year before he hits free agency, his value is at it's peak right now. It would be a great time to either extend or trade him.