Saturday, August 18, 2012

JewishBaseballNews.com By the Numbers

Position Player Team B.A. HR RBI OBP SLG
1 Ryan Braun (LF) Brewers .305 33 83 .383 .594
2 Ike Davis (1B) Mets .219 22 67 .285 .437
3 Sam Fuld (CF) Rays .279 0 2 .311 .372
4 Ryan Kalish (CF) Red Sox .203 0 5 .247 .241
5 Ian Kinsler (2B) Rangers .264 13 55 .333 .424
6 Ryan Lavarnway (C) Red Sox .107 0 0 .167 .143
7 Joshua Satin (3B) Mets .000 0 0 .000 .000
8 Daniel Valencia (3B) Red Sox .125 0 1 .111 .125
9 Daniel Valencia (3B) Twins .198 2 17 .212 .310
10 Kevin Youkilis (3B) White Sox .241 10 29 .358 .457
11 Kevin Youkilis (3B) Red Sox .233 4 14 .315 .377

Pitcher Team W L ERA SV SO BB
12 Craig Breslow (P) Diamondbacks 2 0 2.70 0 42 13
13 Craig Breslow (P) Red Sox 0 0 2.45 0 5 2
14 Scott Feldman (P) Rangers 6 8 4.63 0 62 22
15 Jason Marquis (P) Twins 2 4 8.47 0 12 14
16 Jason Marquis (P) Padres 6 7 4.08 0 74 25
17 Michael Schwimer (P) Phillies 2 1 4.59 0 34 16

2 comments:

  1. Members of Red Sox Nation will recognize the recent news from boston.com baseball blog about the All-Yale Battery in modern baseball history. What the blog failed to mention was that it was likely the first All-Jewish battery.

    http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2012/08/finally_the_all.html

    I'm sure their parents are proud of both Yale graduates. The Breslows are probably still waiting patiently for their son to give up this game and go to med school and use his Yale MBB degree.

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  2. Norm Sherry caught both his brother larry and sandy koufax of the dodgers.

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