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Triple Milestones–Final 2011

October 1, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Seven players reached the milestones of a .300 batting average, 30 home runs and 100 RBI this year. Four American Leaguers and three National Leaguers made it.  The only repeaters are Miguel Cabrera and Paul Konerko. The three National Leaguers who made it last year, Albert Pujols, Joey Votto and Carlos Gonzalez fell short but Pujols and Votto just missed it by a hair. The strongest runs in the last 10 days were by Jacoby Ellsbury (5 HR, 9 RBIs) and Cabrera (4 HR, 8 RBI).  Final stats for those who made it are shown in bold.

Already In

Player Name Last Reported Stats Final Stats
Ryan Braun .336-31-103 .332-33-111
Matt Kemp .320-34-113 .324-39-126

 

Will Make it if BAVG Holds

Player Name Last Reported Stats Final Stats
Jose Bautista .304-42-100 .302-43-103
Paul Konerko .306-30-103 .300-31-105
Troy Tulowitski .304-30-105 .302-30-105

 

Needs some RBIs

Player Name Last Reported Stats Final Stats
Albert Pujols .300-36-95 .299-37-99

 

Need Some Home Runs

Player Name Last Reported Stats Final Stats
Robinson Cano .303-26-112 .302-28-118
Adrian Gonzalez .333-26-111 .338-27-117

 

Needs RBIs and Home Runs

Player Name Last Reported Stats Final Stats
David Ortiz .313-29-94 .309-29-96
Joey Votto .318-28-98 .318-28-98
Miguel Cabrera .331-26-97 .344-30-105
Jacoby Ellsbury .319-27-96 .321-32-105

 

Needs a Boost in Batting Average

Player Named Last Reported Stats Final Stats
Prince Fielder .296-34-112  .299-38-120

 

Gave it a Run but Likely to Fall Short

Player Named Last Reported Stats Final Stats
Lance Berkman .296-30-87 .301-31-94
Justin Upton .293-30-86 .289-31-88
Adrian Beltre .287-27-94 .296-32-105
Mike Morse .302-27-86 .303-31-95
Carlos Gonzalez .295-26-92 .295-26-92
Aramis Ramirez .308-25-92 .306-26-93

Bill Gilbert

billcgilbert@sbcglobal.net

 

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