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    In Response to Re:.722 in May,.688 since April 16th : They also have Granderson in second in the league for home runs which I doubt will continue. It will be a tight race though. May's been a great month for the Sox. Can't help but notice they pretty much righted the ship after May 6th, my birthday. ;) EDIT: We jumped form 16th to 3rd on the ESPN power rankings. LOL!

    Posted by NUSoxFan

    You doubt it will continue but yet I believe he has the 2nd most hr's in the majors since tweaking his swing in Aug of last year.

     

     
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    Re:.722 in May,.688 since April 16th

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    In Response to Re:.722 in May,.688 since April 16th : Are any of these guys under 35?

    Posted by niz-58

    Ummm...yes, last I checked.

     
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    Re:.700 in May,.676 since April 16th

    Babe should join his grandma.
     
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    In Response to Re:.722 in May,.688 since April 16th : Ummm...yes, last I checked.
    Posted by --The--Babe--1

    Who exactly is underperforming then?
     
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    Re:.700 in May,.676 since April 16th

    At first glance I thought that was A-Gonz batting average...LOL...
     
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    In Response to Re:.722 in May,.688 since April 16th : Who exactly is underperforming then?

    Posted by NUSoxFan

    I would say Tex, Swisher, Gardner and Hughes off the top of my head. I guess we could also add Soriano to that list.

     
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    Re:.700 in May,.676 since April 16th

    Putting a Reliever on an underachieving list is difficult to do, relievers have a tendency to blow up. Don't see me expecting anything out of Jenks.

    Swish is someone I think who overachieved his entire Yankee career, but Gardner and Hughes should get better.
     
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    Re:.667 in May,.657 since April 16th

    Bump for this morning's whiners.
     
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    Re:.667 in May,.657 since April 16th

    Great! But you do realize that in order to get to 95 wins, they will have to win 61% of their games ball from here on out?

     
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    Great! But you do realize that in order to get to 95 wins, they will have to win 61% of their games ball from here on out?
    Posted by Alibiike

    So will the Yankees, so will the Rays, it's an even playing field now.
     
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    In Response to Re:.667 in May,.657 since April 16th : So will the Yankees, so will the Rays, it's an even playing field now.
    Posted by NUSoxFan

    Very true. 95 wins would be great, but making the playoffs is the real goal, and right now we're right where we need to be.
     
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