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Yankees struggling with bases loaded

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on May 30, 2012 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Last night, Robinson Cano struck out with the bases loaded. Twice. But he’s hardly the only Yankees hitter who’s struggling when the bases are full this season. There are strictly numbers with the bases loaded…

Robinson Cano
1-for-10 (.100/.182/.400)
One grand slam, six RBI, four strikeouts

Alex Rodriguez
1-for-9 (.111/.111/.111)
No extra-base hits, one RBI, two strikeouts

Curtis Granderson
1-for-7 (.143/.250/.143)
No extra-base hits, four RBI, two strikeouts

Derek Jeter
1-for-7 (.143/.250/.143)
No extra-base hits, three RBI, one strikeout

Raul Ibanez
0-for-6 (.000/.000/.000)
Two RBI, one strikeout

Nick Swisher
2-for-4 (.500/.400/1.500)
One grand slam, one double, eight RBI, no strikeouts

Eric Chavez
0-for-3 (.000/.000/.000)
One RBI, one strikeout

Russell Martin
0-for-3 (.000/.250/.000)
One RBI, one walk

Mark Teixeira
1-for-3 (.333/.500/.667)
One double, three RBI, two strikeouts, one walk

Chris Stewart
1-for-1 (1.000/1.000/1.000)
Two RBI

Andruw Jones
0-for-0
Two RBI, one walk

 
 

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