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Hot or Not...the offense

Shamrock

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HOT
*LF Josh Willingham...289/373/578 = 950
-add in the walkoff shot and he's been our best player this month
*2B Dan Uggla...289/396/533 = 930
-Getting on base and hitting for power to start the month after a poor April/March. He'll hold onto the #2 slot for awhile. Absolutely vital to our success as we have no other decent options at 2B.
*C Miguel Olivo...324/342/486 = 829
-not exactly scorching, but this is a nice turnaround for a guy who's taken a lot of lumps this year from posters and baseballs. Dropped balls continue to be a problem

NOT
*3B Miguel Cabrera...238/385/333 = 718
-Alarming defensive miscues and lukewarm batting line is a major contributor to the the overall team play this month. I think his injured oblique has caused more harm than he let's on.
*SS Hanley Ramirez...269/321/365 = 687
-Florida's firestarter has, in conjunction with Cabrera, reigned in the hot offensive start.
*1B Mike Jacobs...200/231/320 = 551
-He's been playing hurt...plain and simple. Expect a much needed DL stint.
*CF/UTIL Alfredo Amezega 094/143/094 = 237
-Being stretch again as an everyday player...cant be replaced soon enough.
*RF Joe Borchard 140/159/279 = 438
-After a palatable start as Hermida's fill-in, Borchard has hit rock bottom. Hermida is back and Borchard can go back to being a decent reserve.

PROGNOSIS: Hanley and Cabrera need to hit or we're sunk.
 

LordMagnus

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It would be nice if someone else in the line up did something for once.
 

Mauer7

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we just need to get healthy. plain and simple.
 

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