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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

 

Pride of the Yankees: Jim Kaat

In the second inning of tonight's Yankees-Tigers game, Ken Singleton pointed out that ARod is on a pace for about 60 HR and between 175-200 RBI. Then Jim Kaat wisely, insightfully, and impressively noted that were ARod to achieve those numbers, "he would have to be considered to be an MVP candidate."

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posted by Ken Tremendous  # 7:35 PM
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Also, Ken Singleton's math is wrong. A-Rod is on pace for 166 RsBI. Outstanding, yes. But not 200.
 
Also, why the F is A-Rod batting fifth?
 
A-men, dak. The fact that ARod doesn't hit third every day is a testament to how backwards that line-up is, with Womack hitting 2nd and Matsui cleaning up. Insane.
 
Hey "baseball" fans--
Did you not read my May archive???
You need to study your Olneythology.
--Buster
 
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