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Old 05-04-2012, 08:26 AM   #316 (permalink)
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Jeter had the best April of his career this year and has raised his career BA by a point to .314. I doubt any major leaguer has ever raised his career BA before at 37 years of age.
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Old 05-05-2012, 02:42 AM   #317 (permalink)
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No question mark needed. I don't know what Bonds career BA was in 2001 when he was 37 but he hit .370 that year and followed it with a .341 and a .362 before dropping to .286, .270, and .276 his last 3 years to finish with a Career BA of .298

How long before the juice comments start with Jeter's Renaissance? Or is he just focused on baseball and not Madonna, et al, this season?


NYC won Friday behind Sabathia's 8 inning and another Jeter multi-hit night. Hit his 5th HR one short of last year's total where he got #5 in September. Hitting .404, 7 hits behind Gwynn and closing fast.

Only Granderson 9, and Swisher 6 have hit more HRs for NY this season than Jeter.
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NY wins 10-4

Hughes (2-4) gets a much needed win as he lowers his ERA to a sparkling 6.67. Made it to 6.2 innings big deal for him this season.

Jeter another multi-hit game. Opened with double to deep center than beat out a bunt to third, grounded out, then walked twice. 2-3 brings his MLB BA to .397.

Jeter trails Gwynn by 5 hits for 18th place on the All-Time hit list.

Cano (GS), A-Rod, and Swisher homered for NY.
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NY Beats Tampa 5-3

behind Nova ( 4-1 ) and Ibanez(2HRs).

Nova gave up 6 hits in 7 innings with 8Ks. He lowered his ERA over 1/2 a run to 5.02 but two of the hits were HRs. So far this year he's given up 8 HRs in 37 innings, one every 4.6 innings. Last season he gave up only 13 HRs in 165 innings or one every 12.7 innings.

Last year he held hitter to .258 BA, this year he's at .340.


Jeter was 1-4, .392. He's 4 hits behind Gwynn, 5 behind Yount.

NY took over 3rd place and pick up a game on the rest of the AL East as they all lost.
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NY Beats the M's 6-2

and move back into 3rd as Toronto loses.

NY got a good outing from Kuroda. Lowered his ERA to 3.56. Kuroda's 3-1 at home and 0-3 on the road.

Jeter 1-4 now 2 hits behind Gwynn and 3 behind Yount. Four hits and he takes over 17th Place on the All-Time Hit list. Right now Jeter's having a career year. At this pace he'd pass Molitor to take over 9th place. He's got 51 hits so far and there's still 80% of the season to go.

Less than a week ago Jeter was hitting .400 and nobody on the Yankees was within 110 points of him. Now he's down to .372 but Cano's jumped up to .308 and A-Rod and quitely built his BA to .297. Texieria is the only "hitter" still hitting his weight.
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and move back into 3rd as Toronto loses.

NY got a good outing from Kuroda. Lowered his ERA to 3.56. Kuroda's 3-1 at home and 0-3 on the road.

Jeter 1-4 now 2 hits behind Gwynn and 3 behind Yount. Four hits and he takes over 17th Place on the All-Time Hit list. Right now Jeter's having a career year. At this pace he'd pass Molitor to take over 9th place. He's got 51 hits so far and there's still 80% of the season to go.

Less than a week ago Jeter was hitting .400 and nobody on the Yankees was within 110 points of him. Now he's down to .372 but Cano's jumped up to .308 and A-Rod and quitely built his BA to .297. Texieria is the only "hitter" still hitting his weight.
Russell Martin has been great defensively, but batting .179 is tough. Definitely below his weight lol.

Love the way the rest of the boys are picking it up though. Hope the old man Andy can come in and stabilize the rotation to some degree. One of my favorite Yankees ever. Total gamer.
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