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Triple Milestones 2011–Ten Games to Go

September 21, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

Despite 2011 being considered a pitchers year, a surprising number of players are making a run at the triple milestones of a .300 batting average, 30 home runs and 100 RBIs.  Here’s the lineup. (Stats as of Sunday, September 18.)

Already In

Ryan Braun .336 31 103
Matt Kemp .320 34 113

 

Will Make it if BAVG Holds

Jose Bautista .304 42 100
Paul Konerko .306 30 103
Troy Tulowitski .304 30 105

 

Needs some RBIs

Albert Pujols .300 36 95

 

Need Some Home Runs

Robinson Cano .303 26 112
Adrian Gonzalez .333 26 111

 

Needs RBIs and Home Runs

David Ortiz .313 29 94
Joey Votto .312 28 98
Miguel Cabrera .331 26 97
Jacoby Ellsbury .312 27 96

 

Needs a Boost in Batting Average

Prince Fielder .296 34 112

 

Gave it a Run but Likely to Fall Short

Lance Berkman .296 30 87
Justin Upton .293 30 86
Adrian Beltre .287 27 94
Michael Morse .302 27 86
Carlos Gonzalez .295 26 92
Aramis Ramirez .308 25 92

 

 

 

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One Response to “Triple Milestones 2011–Ten Games to Go”
  1. Tom says:

    This has been a great year for batters as well as pitchers. For one player he started off the season bad and will most likely end the season bad – Adam Dunn.

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