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Bob Ryan

Number crunching has its place

By Bob Ryan
Globe Columnist / April 4, 2010

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Joe Mauer won the American League Triple Crown last year. Wait a minute, you say. He hit a league-leading .365, but he only had 28 homers and 96 runs batted in. Didn’t Carlos Pena and Mark Teixeira each hit a league-leading 39 homers, and didn’t Teixeira lead all comers with 122 runs batted in? (Full article: 904 words)

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