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More Joe Girardi audio

Posted by: Peter Abraham - Posted in Podcast on Feb 12, 2009 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Here is the rest of the Joe Girardi audio from today. This is mostly baseball-related:

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Bill Chuck, who has a spot on the web at, sent along these lists of Yankees superlatives since the start of the 2000 season.

Games: Derek Jeter 1347, Jorge Posada 1191, Bernie Williams 980

AB: Derek Jeter 5488, Jorge Posada 4043, Bernie Williams 3600

Avg. (min 1000 Plate Appearances): Derek Jeter .315, Robinson Cano .303, Alex Rodriguez .303

Runs: Derek Jeter 981, Jorge Posada 626, Bernie Williams 612

Hits: Derek Jeter 1728, Jorge Posada 1142, Bernie Williams 1038

Doubles: Derek Jeter 289, Jorge Posada 263, Bernie Williams 208

Triples: Derek Jeter 26, Robinson Cano 15, Johnny Damon 12

Homers: Jason Giambi 209, Alex Rodriguez 208, Jorge Posada 186

RBI: Jorge Posada 738, Derek Jeter 661, Alex Rodriguez 616

OBP (min 1000 Plate Appearances): Jason Giambi .404, Alex Rodriguez .401, Jorge Posada .388

SLG.: Alex Rodriguez .573, Jason Giambi .521, Gary Sheffield .515

OPS: Alex Rodriguez .974, Jason Giambi .925, Gary Sheffield .898

Walks: Jorge Posada 659, Jason Giambi 619, Derek Jeter 540

Strikeouts: Jorge Posada 955, Derek Jeter 903, Jason Giambi 706

Stolen bases: Derek Jeter 189, Alfonso Soriano 121, Alex Rodriguez 106

Games played by:

Catcher: Jorge Posada 1191, John Flaherty 134, Jose Molina 129

First base: Jason Giambi 897, Tino Martinez 440, Nick Johnson 248

Second base: Robinson Cano 573, Alfonso Soriano 492, Miguel Cairo 257

Third base: Alex Rodriguez 767, Scott Brosius 255, Robin Ventura 230

SS: Derek Jeter 1347, Alberto Gonzalez 40, Erick Almonte 39

OF : Bernie Williams 980, Hideki Matsui 774, Johnny Damon 433

I’m not sure what any of this means, necessarily. But it’s interesting.




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