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change in hat and helmet size. “There’ s definitely going to be adjustments,” Bradley said. “I did the Juan Pierre -style, as in the hat under the helmet, because early on in the season my helmet was falling off a lot. I tried
The most negative man in Buffalo, Jerry Sullivan joined the show to discuss the Bills chances this weekend. Needless to say he did not like them.
player finish in the top 10 in MVP or Cy Young balloting. (The 2003 Marlins, however, barely qualified, sneaking Juan Pierre (?!) in as the 10th Most Valuable Player in the NL.) Eighteen of those 20 teams and each of the last nine World
old. Former Red Sox Otis Nixon was 38 when he stole 59, and the current leader in steals among active players, Juan Pierre , notched 68 steals last season at the age of 32. And while Henderson's all-time mark of 1,406 steals might be
others: Henderson, Raines, Cobb, Delino DeShields, Juan Pierre , Vince Coleman, Julio Cruz, Cesar Cedeno, Bert Campaneris ..... stealers endured a dramatic decline in stolen bases. Juan Pierre , who is still active and played his age 32 season last year, has seen his steals drop
such as Brad Penny, Dontrelle Willis and Carl Pavano (yes, back when he was promising), but the lineup had speed ( Juan Pierre and Luis Castillo), young power hitters in or entering their primes (Mike Lowell, Derrek Lee, Ivan Rodriguez) and a young phenom in Miguel Cabrera. Even so, this team had no business
homers on the year, and his teammates kiddingly called him Juan Pierre for his power drought. But in the Sox’ 25-8 victory ..... Big Papi, rather than ones deserving of comparison to Pierre . Here are four other things we learned during the Sox’ 499th straight sellout: IF EVER THERE WAS A TIME FOR THE SIX-MAN ROTATION, THIS IS IT First, let’s get this out of the way: the Sox are not interested in reinventing the wheel
Pedroia is the all-time leader in 0-and-2 batting average (min. 120 PA): .282 – Dustin Pedroia .268 – Juan Pierre .266 – Paul Molitor Note this: Pedroia’s .348 career average in interleague games ranks second all-time (through Monday; min. 300 AB): .353 – Nick Markakis .348 – Dustin Pedroia .347 – Albert Pujols —————————————
3 walks, 6 strikeouts Placido Polanco (32): .185/.313/.222, 1 double, 2 RBIs, 2 walks, 3 strikeouts Juan Pierre (11): .222/.364/.222, 2 walks, 2 strikeouts Shane Victorino (10): .300/.300/.600, 1 HR, 3 RBIs
Phillies vs. Lester (LHP) Ty Wigginton (26 plate appearances): .400 BA/.538 OBP/.600 SLG, 1 HR, 4 walks Juan Pierre (11): .222/.364/.222, 2 walks, 3 strikeouts Jimmy Rollins (9): .125/.222/.125 Shane Victorino
Phillies vs. Bard (RHP) Ty Wigginton (8 plate appearances): .333 BA/.286 OBP/.333 SLG, 1 RBI, 1 strikeout Juan Pierre (2): .000/ .000/.000 Shane Victorino (2): .000/.000/.000, 1 strikeout Placido Polanco (1
in the majors (min. 100 plate appearances): 2 – Jason Kubel, Diamondbacks 3 – Ryan Sweeney, Red Sox 3 – Juan Pierre , Phillies 3 – AJ Ellis, Dodgers ———————————————————————————————– * – Below are the league leaders in home runs hit with two strikes this season. See if you recognize anyone: 6 – Josh Reddick, A’s 5 – Five players tied