There are VERY few .700 hitters if you play more than one weekend a year. You may pull off a .700 or higher tournament or maybe a .700 OBA especially if you count walks and errors towards your total. But, I submit that anything above .600 BA is strokin it.
Why? Because for every 0-for-3, you have to put up a 7-for-7 to sustain .700. Take a 1-for-5 and you have to slug a 13-for-15 (.867) to get yourself back to .700.
God forbid you put up a 3-for-10 round robin. To get yourself back to .700, you need to go 18 for your next 20. Thats right, it will take at least 5 or 6 games hitting .900 to make up for that rough RR. And we've all had them.
Anyone that posts or e-mails that they are a .700 hitter probably counts HROs, fielder's choices, walks and errors all as hits. Yer hitting .700? I call BS