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Major League News for July 3

Yesterday’s Results
Today’s Games
Standings
Game of the Day
Yesterday’s Home Runs
Top Minor League Performances
Player News
Stats


Yesterday’s Results
Interleague
DET     9  PIT     8    (Recap and Boxscore) Miner: 5.2 IP, 2 R; Sanchez: 3-4, 4 RBI
NYA    16  NYN     7    (Recap and Boxscore) A-Rod: 7 RBI, 2 HR; Beltran: 4-5, 2 HR
MIN     8  MIL     0    (Recap and Boxscore) Liriano: 8 IP, 0 R, 12 K, 1 BB, 3 H
LAA     4  LAN     0    (Recap and Boxscore) Lackey: 6.2 IP, 0 R, 10 K, 1 BB, 4 H
BOS     4  FLA     3    (Recap and Boxscore)
CLE     6  CIN     3    (Recap and Boxscore) Ross: 2 HR
STL     9  KC      7    (Recap and Boxscore) Pujols: 4 RBI
PHI    11  TOR     6    (Recap and Boxscore) Abreu: 4 RBI; PHI sweeps TOR
WAS     6  TB      2    (Recap and Boxscore) Ortiz: 7 IP, 1 R
HOU     9  TEX     5    (Recap and Boxscore) Munson: 5 RBI; Matthews: 4-5
COL     4  SEA     3    (Recap and Boxscore) 11 innings
CHN    15  CHA    11    (Recap and Boxscore) See below
ATL    10  BAL     3    (Recap and Boxscore) Ramirez: 8 IP, 3 R; Francoeur: 2 2B
ARI     3  OAK     1    (Recap and Boxscore) Webb: 9 IP, 0 R, 

National League
SF      6  SD      2    (Recap and Boxscore) Morris: 7.1 IP, 2 R


Today’s Games
Visitors                         Home                                Time
CIN - Harang A. (9-5, 3.45)      MIL - Bush D. (5-6, 4.45)           2:05
NYY - Wang C. (8-3, 4.01)        CLE - Sowers J.* (0-1, 7.20)        7:05
FLA - Nolasco R. (6-4, 3.26)     WAS - Astacio P. (0-0, -)           7:05
BAL - Bedard E.* (8-6, 4.72)     CWS - Garcia F. (10-4, 4.65)        7:05
STL - Reyes A. (1-2, 2.16)       ATL - Smoltz J. (4-5, 3.73)         7:05
PIT - Maholm P.* (2-7, 4.97)     NYM - Oliver D.* (3-0, 2.45)        7:10
BOS - Beckett J. (10-3, 4.64)    TB - Kazmir S.* (9-5, 3.59)         7:15
SF - Lowry N.* (3-5, 3.86)       COL - Cook A. (6-7, 3.49)           8:05
TOR - Lilly T.* (8-7, 3.87)      TEX - Rheinecker J.* (3-2, 4.35)    8:05
CHC - Marmol C. (1-2, 4.18)      HOU - Clemens R. (0-2, 2.38)        8:05
MIN - Santana J.* (9-4, 2.59)    KC - Elarton S. (3-9, 5.13)         8:10
DET - Robertson N.* (8-3, 3.14)  OAK - Blanton J. (7-7, 4.85)       10:05
LAA - Weaver J. (4-0, 1.37)      SEA - Hernandez F. (8-7, 4.92)     10:05
ARI - Cruz J. (3-3, 4.05)        LAD - Lowe D. (6-4, 3.49)          10:10


Standings

The graphics next to each team are called “sparklines.” They depict each team’s performance over the last month. Each “up” bar is a victory and a “down” bar is a loss. There are horizontal lines for home games and gray bars represent games decided by two runs or less. “PWins” is short for Projected Wins, based on each team’s Run Differential, and is often a better measure of a team’s true strength.

Other team graphs and stats can be found on our Team Page. Please note that some of the sparklines may be a little off. We are working out the details.

American League East        Pwins  Diff
BOS     50  29 .633    0.0   46      4      
NYA     46  33 .582    4.0   47     -1      
TOR     46  35 .568    5.0   46      0      
BAL     38  45 .458   14.0   37      1      
TB      35  47 .427   16.5   34      1      
American League Central
DET     56  26 .683    0.0   53      3      
CHA     53  28 .654    2.5   50      3      
MIN     45  35 .563   10.0   44      1      
CLE     37  43 .463   18.0   43     -6      
KC      27  53 .338   28.0   27      0      
American League West
OAK     42  39 .519    0.0   40      2      
SEA     42  41 .506    1.0   44     -2      
TEX     41  41 .500    1.5   42     -1      
LAA     37  44 .457    5.0   37      0      

National League East         Pwins Diff
NYN     48  33 .593    0.0   46      2      
PHI     37  44 .457   11.0   37      0      
FLA     35  43 .449   11.5   39     -4      
ATL     35  47 .427   13.5   39     -4      
WAS     35  48 .422   14.0   36     -1      
National League Central
STL     44  36 .550    0.0   42      2      
CIN     44  38 .537    1.0   40      4      
HOU     40  42 .488    5.0   38      2      
MIL     40  43 .482    5.5   35      5      
CHN     30  51 .370   14.5   31     -1      
PIT     28  55 .337   17.5   36     -8      
National League West
SD      43  39 .524    0.0   43      0      
COL     42  39 .519    0.5   42      0      
SF      42  40 .512    1.0   43     -1      
LAN     41  40 .506    1.5   44     -3      
ARI     40  42 .488    3.0   40      0      


Game of the Day

The wind was blowing out at Wrigley, accounting for nine home runs (including a few by some unlikely characters), as the Cubs beat the crosstown White Sox 15-11.

It was originally thought that this would be a pitching duel, featuring All-Stars Mark Buehrle and Carlos Zambrano on the mound, but the wind changed that. Angel Pagan hit two (!) home runs, the first two of his career, and was joined by Michael Barrett, Neifi Perez (!) and Carlos Zambrano (!) in the home run department.

CHI WHITE SOX (11) VS CHICAGO CUBS (15) - FINAL

CHI WHITE SOX          ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
S Podsednik lf          5  2  2  0   0  2   0  .265
T Iguchi 2b             4  1  2  1   1  1   1  .293
P Konerko 1b            5  0  1  1   0  2   2  .314
J Dye rf                5  2  2  1   0  1   3  .311
A Pierzynski c          4  1  1  1   1  0   3  .326
A Cintron 3b            3  1  0  0   0  0   3  .289
 C Politte p            0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 b-R Gload ph           1  0  1  0   0  0   0  .291
R Mackowiak cf          4  1  2  0   1  1   2  .289
J Uribe ss              4  1  1  4   0  2   3  .238
M Buehrle p             2  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 D Riske p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 a-J Thome ph           1  1  1  1   0  0   0  .292
 J Crede 3b             2  1  1  2   0  0   2  .303

Totals                 40 11 14 11   3  9  19

a-homered to right center for D Riske in the 7th;  b-singled to left for C 
Politte in the 9th.

BATTING: 2B - J Dye (12, C Zambrano); S Podsednik (17, C Zambrano). 3B - R 
Mackowiak (1, S Williamson). HR - J Uribe (10, 4th inning off C Zambrano 2 on, 
2 Out), J Thome (27, 7th inning off C Zambrano 0 on, 0 Out), J Crede (16, 8th 
inning off S Williamson 1 on, 1 Out), T Iguchi (9, 8th inning off S Eyre 0 on, 
2 Out). SF - J Uribe. RBI - J Dye (57), A Pierzynski (27), J Uribe 4 (41), J 
Thome (68), P Konerko (63), J Crede 2 (57), T Iguchi (38). 2-out RBI - J Dye, A 
Pierzynski, J Uribe 3, T Iguchi. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - A 
Cintron 2, J Crede 1. Team LOB - 7. 
 
FIELDING: E - R Mackowiak (1, throw); A Cintron (4, ground ball). 

CHICAGO CUBS           ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
J Pierre cf             5  1  2  0   0  1   0  .260
R Cedeno ss             5  1  2  0   0  1   1  .273
 B Howry p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0 1.000
D Lee 1b                5  1  2  1   0  2   1  .303
A Ramirez 3b            4  1  0  1   0  1   1  .255
M Barrett c             5  3  4  1   0  1   1  .313
A Pagan rf-lf           5  2  3  3   0  0   1  .320
M Murton lf             4  3  2  1   0  0   2  .268
 S Williamson p         0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 S Eyre p               0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 T Walker 2b            1  0  1  0   0  0   0  .293
N Perez 2b-ss           5  2  2  4   0  0   3  .243
C Zambrano p            3  1  1  2   0  1   0  .171
 R Novoa p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .250
 a-J Jones ph-rf        1  0  1  1   0  0   0  .308

Totals                 43 15 20 14   0  7  10

a-doubled to deep center for R Novoa in the 7th.

BATTING: 2B - D Lee (6, M Buehrle); M Murton (9, M Buehrle); N Perez (8, M 
Buehrle); J Jones (17, C Politte). HR - M Barrett (9, 1st inning off M Buehrle 
0 on, 1 Out), C Zambrano (3, 1st inning off M Buehrle 1 on, 2 Out), N Perez (2, 
5th inning off M Buehrle 2 on, 1 Out), A Pagan 2 (2, 7th inning off C Politte 0 
on, 0 Out, 8th inning off C Politte 1 on, 2 Out). SF - A Ramirez. RBI - D Lee 
(13), A Ramirez (49), M Barrett (31), N Perez 4 (20), C Zambrano 2 (8), M 
Murton (22), A Pagan 3 (4), J Jones (43). 2-out RBI - N Perez, C Zambrano 2, A 
Pagan 2. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - R Cedeno 1. Team LOB - 5. 
 
BASERUNNING: SB - M Murton (4, 2nd base off C Politte/A Pierzynski). CS - J 
Pierre (9, 2nd base by M Buehrle/A Pierzynski). 
 
----------------------------------------------------
    CHI WHITE SOX   - 200 300 231   --  11
    CHICAGO CUBS    - 700 040 22x   --  15
----------------------------------------------------

CHI WHITE SOX                ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
M Buehrle (L, 9-5)            5      13  11  10   0   4   3   3.86
D Riske                       1       1   0   0   0   2   0   2.60
C Politte                     2       6   4   4   0   1   2   8.37

CHICAGO CUBS                 ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
C Zambrano (W, 7-3)           6       7   7   7   3   6   2   3.33
R Novoa                       1       1   0   0   0   1   0   4.93
S Williamson                    1/3   2   2   2   0   1   1   4.56
S Eyre                          1/3   1   1   1   0   1   1   2.52
B Howry (S, 2)                1 1/3   3   1   1   0   0   0   3.37

C Zambrano pitched to 3 batters in the 7th.

WP - C Zambrano. HBP - A Cintron (by C Zambrano). Pitches-strikes: M Buehrle 
76-58; D Riske 19-14; C Politte 39-25; C Zambrano 112-63; R Novoa 13-10; S 
Williamson 7-6; S Eyre 7-5; B Howry 25-19. Ground balls-fly balls: M Buehrle 
4-6; D Riske 0-1; C Politte 3-2; C Zambrano 7-5; R Novoa 1-1; S Williamson 0-0; 
S Eyre 0-0; B Howry 1-3. Batters faced: M Buehrle 28; D Riske 4; C Politte 12; 
C Zambrano 29; R Novoa 4; S Williamson 3; S Eyre 2; B Howry 7. 
 
UMPIRES: HP--Jerry Meals. 1B--Andy Fletcher. 2B--Mike Reilly. 3B--Jeff 
Kellogg. 

T--2:53. Att--40,919. 
Weather: 78 degrees, cloudy. Wind: 8 mph, out to center.


Yesterday’s Home Runs

The following stats are provided by Hit Tracker, which logs the projected distance of each home run (if it were to land uninterrupted at field level) and its “standard” distance, which is corrected for weather conditions.

According to Hittracker, it was a huge day for wind-aided tape measure shots. There were 11 home runs that went 440 feet or more (three during the Yankees-Mets game alone).

Hitter                  Pitcher                True Dist. Std. Dist.  HR #
Rodriguez, Alex   NYY   Bell, Heath      NYM        445       446      19
Guillen, Carlos   DET   Snell, Ian       PIT        456       437      10
Barrett, Michael  CHC   Buehrle, Mark    CWS        442       414       9
Belliard, Ronnie  CLE   Milton, Eric     CIN        461       413       7
Cabrera, Miguel   FLA   Tavarez, Julian  BOS        411       412      13
Thomas, Frank     OAK   Webb, Brandon    ARI        388       412      18
Shelton, Chris    DET   Snell, Ian       PIT        443       407      16
Thome, Jim        CWS   Zambrano, Carlos CHC        441       404      27
Langerhans, Ryan  ATL   Benson, Kris     BAL        422       403       5
Green, Nick       NYY   Bell, Heath      NYM        440       401       1
Beltran, Carlos   NYM   Beam, T.J.       NYY        441       399      23
Rodriguez, Alex   NYY   Soler, Alay      NYM        431       399      18
Ortiz, David      BOS   Johnson, Josh    FLA        378       399      26
Betemit, Wilson   ATL   Benson, Kris     BAL        414       394       6
Howard, Ryan      PHI   Burnett, A.J.    TOR        402       394      28
Rolen, Scott      STL   Wood, Mike       KC         445       392      12
Uribe, Juan       CWS   Zambrano, Carlos CHC        415       388      10
Edmonds, Jim      STL   Wood, Mike       KC         442       387       9
Ross, David       CIN   Sabathia, C.C.   CLE        440       387      11
Utley, Chase      PHI   Downs, Scott     TOR        394       387      16
Durham, Ray       SF    Young, Chris     SD         404       386      10
Jones, Chipper    ATL   Rleal, Sendy     BAL        408       383      10
Pagan, Angel      CHC   Politte, Cliff   CWS        414       382       2
Mora, Melvin      BAL   Ramirez, Horacio ATL        388       380      10
Sexson, Richie    SEA   Jennings, Jason  COL        386       377      15
Morneau, Justin   MIN   Jackson, Zach    MIL        381       376      21
Youkilis, Kevin   BOS   Johnson, Josh    FLA        381       374      10
Varitek, Jason    BOS   Johnson, Josh    FLA        379       373       8
Pagan, Angel      CHC   Politte, Cliff   CWS        395       369       1
Perez, Neifi      CHC   Buehrle, Mark    CWS        397       367       2
Iguchi, Tadahito  CWS   Eyre, Scott      CHC        392       365       9
Broussard, Ben    CLE   Belisle, Matt    CIN        422       363      10
Pujols, Albert    STL   Wood, Mike       KC         397       363      27
Zambrano, Carlos  CHC   Buehrle, Mark    CWS        381       363       3
Suzuki, Ichiro    SEA   Dohmann, Scott   COL        365       363       6
Zimmerman, Ryan   WAS   Seo, Jae         TB         373       362      11
Crede, Joe        CWS   Williamson, ScottCHC        392       361      16
Ramirez, Hanley   FLA   Lester, Jon      BOS        361       360       4
Feliz, Pedro      SF    Sweeney, Brian   SD         363       358      13
Boone, Aaron      CLE   Weathers, David  CIN        402       351       4
Ross, David       CIN   Sabathia, C.C.   CLE        406       350      12
Posada, Jorge     NYY   Soler, Alay      NYM        377       341      11
Beltran, Carlos   NYM   Proctor, Scott   NYY        369       339      24
Guerrero, VladimirLAA   Billingsley, ChadLAD        351       330      17


Top Minor League Games

The following list, provided by First Inning, includes the top minor league batting (based on Runs Created) and pitching (based on Game Score) performances from yesterday.

ORG LVL PLAYER            POS AB  H 2B 3B HR BB SO  Notes
ARI A+  Jereme Milons      LF  4  3  0  1  1  1  1   
CHC A-  Russell Canzler    1B  4  3  0  1  2  1  0  4 runs scored
CLE A+  Jordan Brown       LF  4  3  1  1  1  0  0   
KC  A+  Edward Lucas       3B  4  3  0  0  2  0  1   
LAA A+  Ben Johnson        DH  3  3  1  0  2  2  0  6 RBI
NYY A+  Cody Ehlers        1B  5  4  0  0  2  0  0  4 runs scored
PIT A   Mike McCuistion    1B  4  3  0  0  1  1  1  4 RBI
SD  AA  Luis Cruz          2B  4  3  1  0  1  0  0  4 RBI
TB  A   James Hall         LF  5  5  0  0  1  0  0  .56 OBP during past week
WAN AA  Josh Whitesell     1B  5  4  0  0  1  0  1   
 
ORG LVL PLAYER             IP   H  R ER SO BB HR  Notes
CHW AA  Tyler Lumsden      7.0  5  0  0  3  1  0   
CIN AA  Homer Bailey       5.0  2  0  0  9  2  0  1 ER allowed over last 31 IP
CLE AA  Sean Smith         7.0  5  0  0  6  0  0   
COL A+  Ching-Lung Lo      7.0  3  2  1 10  0  1   
FLA AA  James Russ         6.0  4  0  0  5  1  0   
FLA A+  Gabriel Hernandez  8.0  6  0  0  9  1  0  48 K over last 37 IP
FLA A-  Kyle Winters       6.0  3  0  0  3  1  0   
HOU A-  C. Salamida        5.0  2  0  0  5  0  0   
HOU AA  Matt Albers        7.0  5  0  0  6  3  0  0.88 ERA over past month
MIN AA  Kevin Slowey       7.0  5  1  1  6  1  0 


Player News

Player news items are provided by CBS SportsLine.com.

In case you missed them, the All-Star selections can be found here.

Pedro Martinez will miss his scheduled start Monday night for the Mets because of a sore hip. Mets manager Willie Randolph said Martinez slipped in the bathroom and fell on his hip while he was changing his shirt during a series in Florida in May. Darren Oliver was the anticipated fill-in starter, but Elias Sports Bureau was told by a Mets source John Maine will be the replacement in a call-up from Triple-A. Monday would have been his day to start in Triple-A. Also, Alay Soler’s hold on a rotation spot is tentative after being embarrassed by the Yankees on Sunday night. Red-hot Double-A phenom Mike Pelfrey could be a candidate to replace him Friday vs. the Marlins.

Manager Dusty Baker said Glendon Rusch (back) will be activated from the 15-day disabled list on Monday for the start of a three-game set at Houston.

Ryan Dempster will remain the closer for now. Dempster blew his fifth save in 17 opportunities Saturday, when A.J. Pierzynski hit a three-run homer with two out in the ninth to lift the White Sox over the Cubs 8-6. “The other guys are in the roles they’re supposed to be in,” manager Dusty Baker said. “(Scott) Eyre and (Bob) Howry are in the setup role; that’s why we got them.”

Adam Dunn’s RBI single off C.C. Sabathia in Sunday’s game against Cleveland left him with the same number of singles and homers – 26 each.

After Saturday’s pinch hit grand slam home run in Cincinnati, Travis Hafner is the first player since 1968 to hit four grand slams before the All-Star break, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Only four others have done it: Lou Gehrig in 1934, Sid Gordon in 1950, Jim Gentile in 1961 and Jim Northrup in 1968. Hafner hit his fourth slam on Saturday night as a pinch hitter.

San Diego manager Bruce Bochy said that Jake Peavy will go to the back of the rotation after the All-Star break, giving him additional time to rest his sore right shoulder. His last start before the break will come on Wednesday at Philadelphia, so he is a safe play for Fantasy Week 14 (July 3-9).

Dave Roberts (bruised right knee) played in a rehab game with Class A Lake Elsinore on Sunday. He was 1-for-3 with a pair of strikeouts, leaving for a defensive substitution after his at-bat in the bottom of the fifth inning.

Tony Armas said that he expects to come off the DL when eligible on July 5. Armas could replace Michael O’Connor for July 5 or Pedro Astacio for July 8 at this point.

Kevin Millwood left the Texas Rangers’ game against Houston in the fourth inning Sunday night with a strained right biceps. After Millwood gave up an RBI single to Craig Biggio that gave the Astros a 5-4 lead, pitching coach Mark Connor visited the mound. Manager Buck Showalter and a trainer were then called out, and Millwood left the game after a very brief discussion.

A’s 3B Eric Chavez sat out his third straight game with inflammation in his forearms on Sunday vs. Arizona.

Mariners manager Mike Hargrove indicated there might be a minor injury with right-hander Rafael Soriano. Asked why Soriano wasn’t used in Sunday’s game, Hargrove said the reliever wasn’t available for Saturday or Sunday’s game and his availability for Monday was unknown. Soriano had elbow surgery on his throwing arm in August 2004 and didn’t pitch again for Seattle until September of 2005. He last pitched on June 28, throwing a perfect inning against Arizona. “It’s nothing serious,” Hargrove said.

Arizona RHP Juan Cruz will come off the DL to start on Monday against the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

Mariners center fielder Jeremy Reed broke his right thumb in the 11th inning of Sunday’s 4-3 loss to the Colorado Rockies. With two outs in the top of the 11th, Reed made a diving attempt at Brad Hawpe’s sinking line drive. Both Reed and right fielder Ichiro Suzuki made aggressive initial moves toward the liner, but there appeared to be a miscommunication over who would take the ball.

Alfonso Soriano did not play for the first time this season on Sunday vs. Tampa Bay. In his last eight games, he is 2-for-33.

In the midst of his best start of the season, Ramon Ortiz also flashed a little baserunning savvy. Ortiz scored from second base on a wild pitch during a bizarre sixth inning and was in control on the mound to help the Washington Nationals beat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 6-2 Sunday. Ortiz reached second on a misplayed sacrifice attempt in the sixth. With Ortiz on second and Marlon Anderson on third with two outs, reliever Jon Switzer threw a wild pitch, which slowly bounded away from catcher Dioner Navarro. Navarro got the ball and flipped it behind his back to try to get Anderson, but the ball sailed over Switzer’s head. Ortiz alertly hurried around third and beat Navarro back to the plate for the Nationals’ final run.

Orlando Cabrera reached base safely in his 59th straight game Sunday for the longest such streak since 1960. He celebrated by stealing home for the first time he can remember.

Their dominating June led to a clean sweep of the AL monthly awards for the Twins. Joe Mauer was named player of the month, Johan Santana pitcher of the month and Liriano was named the top rookie, the first time in the five-year history of the award that all three players came from one team.

The Atlanta Braves placed reliever Chris Reitsma back on the disabled list with ulnar neuritis in his right arm. The team recalled pitcher Kevin Barry from Triple-A Richmond to fill Reitsma’s spot on the roster. Barry was demoted on Friday when Reitsma was activated.

Jeff Cirillo’s single in the sixth inning on Sunday in Minnesota was his 1,500th career hit. He finished the game 2-for-4.

John Lackey pitched 6 2/3 shutout innings and matched a career high with 10 strikeouts and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 Sunday. Lackey (6-5) scattered four hits before being relieved by Scot Shields with two outs and one on in the seventh. Lackey, who threw 108 pitches on a hot day, was taken out after issuing his only walk of the game.

Dodgers 1B Nomar Garciaparra, the NL batting leader, doubled in the ninth Sunday to extend his hitting streak to a season-high 14 games.

Francisco Liriano struck out a career-high 12 in eight innings in the Minnesota Twins’ 8-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday, the Twins’ 10th victory in a row. Liriano (9-1) allowed just three hits and won his fifth straight start for the streaking Twins, who have won 20 of their last 22 and are enjoying their longest winning streak since 1985. Liriano was 1 1/2 years old when that happened. But the Twins’ latest surge coincided with the 22-year-old Dominican’s insertion into the starting rotation back on May 19. He faced the Brewers at Miller Park in his debut, and he’s only gotten better since giving up one run and two hits in five innings to win that one.


THT Stats

Runs and RBI’s are obviously situational in nature (it’s hard to rack up RBI’s unless men are on base), but they still tell you a lot about a batter. So let’s list the top 21 major league batters with 94 or more “Runs Produced,” which is simply runs plus RBI’s minus home runs (since home runs count as both runs and RBI’s). It’s said that Runs Produced was Lyndon Baines Johnson’s favorite baseball stat.

Player         Team        RP
Ortiz D.       BOS        107
Rodriguez A.   NYA        105
Hafner T.      CLE        105
Thome J.       CHA        104
Pujols A.      STL        103
Cabrera M.     FLA        102
Abreu B.       PHI        101
Reyes J.       NYN        101
Beltran C.     NYN        100
Ibanez R.      SEA        100
Tejada M.      BAL         99
Utley C.       PHI         99
Wright D.      NYN         99
Holliday M.    COL         97
Jeter D.       NYA         96
Jones A.       ATL         95
Lopez J.       SEA         95
Konerko P.     CHA         94
Lee C.         MIL         94
Cabrera O.     LAA         94
Rolen S.       STL         94

Access all of THT’s stats here…

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