What can you say about the Cleveland Guardians after one weekend of baseball? Almost nothing.

They’re 1-2 and they had a very good game on Sunday. Anything more granular is silly.

So, let’s be silly.
Your fWAR leader as of Monday morning? Steven Kwan, of course.

But it’s not just the 0.6 fWAR he’s already compiled — he also leads the league in K% (0, duh),

average (.800), on-base percentage (.857), and wOBA (.770). He’s destined for the Hall of Fame, is what I’m saying.

You can read more about his record-breaking debut elsewhere, because on a more serious note there is something 

that will stabilize more quickly and it’s the tiny, almost afterthought on this graphic:

When we’re talking sample sizes after one weekend of play, almost all data come from tiny samples.

The most numerous group of data, however, are pitches seen, and the 58 that Kwan has seen are hopefully instructive

because the numbers look just as good as those gaudy and unsustainable stats mentioned previously.

Steven Kwan not miss