Multi-year batting park factors for 2012: LAA = 92, DET = 103. Numbers are the same for single-year. Higher number means it is easier for the batter. That's why Trout is so close to Cabrera in OPS+, despite trailing by more than 60 points in OPS. And since OBP should be weighted more, and he only trails Cabrera by three points there, the unadjusted gap is closer. Trout is the league's best base stealer, and his fielding edge seems obvious, even if WAR is overrating him there. An acronymous uberstat is not necessary to make the Trout case.