Assuming you don't already do so, let's imagine a world where grams of carbs equates to Home Runs, and % of calories from fat is Batting Average.
Now, for those of you still with me, let's see how some top Chipotle® ingredients stack up with some key returning Dodgers (yes, this is real data from Chipotle®'s nutritional chart):
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With several 0.300 hitters but only two bats with over 20 HR's, the Chipotle® lineup is not without both virtues and challenges. Here's how my batting order would read:
(% cal from fat)
Barbacoa's high OBP is ideal for the leadoff spot, and Taco Shell's Jeter-like stats make for a great #2. Burrito Tortilla's power is my choice for the #3 spot, with Lime Rice's dangerous but whiff-prone bat offering protection in the cleanup spot. I'm sure some will argue for inverting the 3 and 4 hitters, but I say let's start off with this lineup and see how it goes. In the 5-hole I'd put Taco Tortilla, by virtue of his ability to hit for decent average and some power. Green Salsa, Steak, and Fajita Veggies round out the lineup, collectively hitting a solid 0.300 at the tail end of the order.
Would you bat them in a different order? Would you take this lineup over the Dodgers'? Do you think we've lost it completely? Let's hear it in the comments!